Previously, we have introduced you some types of essays and here we’re moving forward with an opinion essay to be discussed.
The ability to reason will help you make a choice in any situation, give an assessment of what is happening, defend your point of view, assert yourself. It is the ability to think logically, express your thoughts accurately and consistently, not allowing contradictions in your judgments.
World known historical facts (or facts that you can find in such sources as encyclopedias, articles, scientific works, books, etc.) are the best arguments to use in your paper.
Besides it, you can use statistical data, discuss developments, proverbs, and sayings, references to authoritative people, laws of nature which are also considered to be good and solid evidence.
In the second block, we cover the position opposite to ours and validate why we do not consider this position to be correct.
Some tasks state the need to cover an alternative position but others consider it not so important.
As the author, you should think over the discussed later moment that a person should understand when reading your introduction.
In addition, the tone of the whole opinion essay depends on this part.
This lesson looks at how to write an IELTS essay introduction for an opinion essay.
The introduction is the easiest part of any IELTS essay as it follows a similar content for all IELTS task 2 types. Learn how to find main points before continuing with this introduction lesson: Finding Main Points for an Opinion Essay: Eating meat is considered by some to damage our health and for that reason they believe all people should adopt a vegetarian diet.