Nowadays English language is becoming more and more popular in the world, so we definitely cannot deny the importance of studying it. English has been playing a major role in many areas including engineering, medicine and, of course, education. But why should we really study it?
To begin with, with the knowledge of English practically every door is open for you. Many universities offer their courses in English, so it is a great opportunity to become a high-qualified specialist after graduating.
To show you what I mean, take a look at this outline of an essay. It contains 125 words: that is half of all the words you need for an IELTS essay.
One of the most controversial issues today relates to . ……………. In this essay, I am going to examine this question from both points of view
On one side of the argument there are people who argue that the benefits of considerably outweigh its disadvantages. The main reason for believing this is that ………………….
Nowadays English is an international language which is spoken almost everywhere.
I think that English has become an international language because of a reason from history. In the XVII - XVIII cc. the North America was colonized by British. Then Indians who lived there started to speak it. So as the colonies had been growing, English language has been extended over the North America. Next, people, who had moved there for a constant place of residence from different counties, had to learn English to live there without any problems and to create families. When some of their children had moved from America, they’ve taught others how to speak English. So English was spread all around the world.
This list is not exhaustive, but has been designed to give you the basic phrases that you can use to structure your essays coherently. Do not overuse these phrases, and make sure that your essays have plenty of interesting and relevant content.
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