Here are some examples of weak and strong evidence sections:

İf i wish to write a disagree essay should i write about the solutions to prevent it? one seperate paragraph for each solution ( education , controlling tv , to increase punishments etc)?

Evidence that includes information from one source (weak evidence):

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Introductions are very important.

My definition of true friendship is someone who sticks around when things get tough. I’m thankful I’ve met her and I hope our friendship last forever.

Structuring an introductory paragraph

She’s done for me a lot of things when the first time I came to America, such as helping to complet my document for staying in California. She ‘s also helped me for choosing and buying a used car.

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Dear Liz,
kindly, i want to know if we could use highily specialized vocabularies in task 2 (academic).
for example, using medical terms such as intra cranial haemorrhage, dyspnea, diabetes and cappillaries explosion. As some ielts tutuors claim that we cannot use these terms because examiners will not be able to understand them and this will lower my score.

can’t we discuss like agree and dis agree and concluded them at once

It is not about examiners understanding. It is about showing a range of vocabulary. If you pack an essay with high level medical words, but the rest of your vocabulary is only average – the examiner will easily see you do NOT have a wide range of words. The examiner will see you are a doctor and your vocabulary is limited to medical English. This means your vocabulary score will not increase. You can’t cheat IELTS. You need to show a range of vocabulary from all topics – not only medical language. So, don’t full your essay with medical vocab – it won’t help.

Thanks liz it helps me most to solve every confusion……

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In the next two sections of this unit you will learn how to write an introduction and a conclusion.

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If you get stuck developing these claims, try to think of reasons why your thesis is true. Each claim should be a reason why the reader should believe your paper’s main idea. For example, perhaps you’re writing an essay about whether people should drink soy milk instead of cow’s milk. Your "reasons" for this might include health benefits, environmental benefits, cost-effectiveness, and safety, so you would focus one paragraph on each of these topics.

The introduction gives the reader his/her first impression of the text.

Evidence that is specific (stronger evidence):

Body paragraphs do not exist in isolation. They should fit together like a jigsaw puzzle. Transitions show the connections between paragraphs themselves, and the connections between the paragraphs and the overall focus of the essay (the ). They often appear at the end of a paragraph.

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Your essay should be formal in content, not informal.

Analysis that explains why evidence supports the claim and why this is important to the paper’s thesis (strong): The disease-fighting and health-promoting components of soy milk have the potential to change people’s health and to improve their lives by affecting both cholesterol and weight. This makes soy milk an important factor in heart health, so people should consider switching to soy milk.