How to REMEMBER ideas for IELTS ESSAYS

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Firstly – what is an Anagram?

It is a word in which each letter represents another word, and helps you remember lots more ideas

e.g.

S              –              Socialising

P             –              Physical activity

O             –              Organised team sport

R             –              Recreational sport

T              –              Tennis

I know when you are ready to sit your IELTS exam you always want to know which essay will be asked for. So you set about preparing yourself for what ideas you may have. This can go on forever if you are going to practice writing the whole thing. But here is an easy way to help you remember ideas related to your subject.

I am going to give you only a few and then let you do the rest.

F              –              First on your mind

A             –              Adults and children make up a family

M            –              Mother and Father important

I               –              Individuals sometimes need to learn by themselves

L              –              Life lessons learned by families guiding you

Y              –              Youth think they know everything

This is just for FAMILY, and the short phrases after them will help trigger ideas for your essay.

Here are other topics that will come up in IELTS. See if you can make anagrams for each of these that will help you in the exam room:

Arts

Business and Money

Communication and Personality

Crime and Punishment

Education

Environment

Family and Children

Food and Diet

Government

Health

Media and Advertising

Reading

Society

Space exploration

Sports and Exercise

Technology

Tourism

Transport

Work

Try this and let me know how you go!

LINKS:

100 IELTS Essay Questions

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