Agree Disagree Type IELTS Essay Questions
When answering a question which requires your opinion like "To what extent do you agree?" is it correct to look both sides?
Like to a greater extent I agree but to a lesser extent, I disagree?
Help to Understand a Question
Here is the question:
Foreign visitors should pay more than local visitors for cultural and historical attractions.
To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?
Shall I focus on should, shouldn't or both sides on these types of questions. Help will be greatly appreciated thanks.
Agree or disagree question
In an essay about "If mothers have to get salary from government" It was an 'agree/disagree' question.
Not 'To what extent do you agree'.
But I approached the theme as partially agreeing from both sides.
Will loose a lot of grades?
What is the difference between these agree / disagree IELTS prompts?
by Shaon Paul
(Sydney NSW Australia)
i would like to know the difference between the questions "do you agree or disagree?" and "to what extent do you agree or disagree?"
Some experts say that i have to just support one aspect in the first one and both aspects in the 2nd question. So i am little confused.
Giving Pros and Cons
by naila khalil
What if a statement is given, then it is asked to what extent do you agree or disagree with it?
And what are the advantages and disadvantages of this development?
In case I totally disagree with the statement, then should I go for both advantages and disadvantages of the development?
Do I have to fully agree or disagree?
I had my test today, and it was an agree/disagree essay.
The question was:
People argue that team sports should be a part of the school timetable for children rather than individual sports such as swimming or running.
Do you agree or disagree?
I wrote that I don’t think any of them should be disregarded as they both have many benefits for students.
Would that make me lose band scores because I didn't fully agree or disagree with a certain aspect?