This is the third and final part of how to write IELTS writing task 2 introductions. In this part, we focus on writing task 2 introductions for problem solving questions and two-part questions.
Click here for Part 1: The Basics and Opinion Questions, and Part 2: Discussion Questions.
Task 2 Introductions for Problem Solving Questions Model Answer
In some countries the average weight of people is increasing and their levels of health and fitness are decreasing. What do you think are the causes of these problems and what measures could be taken to solve them?
In different countries around the world, levels of health and fitness are deteriorating and average weight is increasing (1). The main causes of these problems are poor nutrition and exercise habits (Body A). Fortunately, we can solve these issues by focusing on providing healthier food and more opportunities to exercise. (Body B) (2). 48 words
Task 2 Introductions for Two-Part Questions Model Answer
Nowadays the way many people interact with each other has changed because of technology. In what ways has technology affected the types of relationships people make? Has this become a positive or negative development?
Social technology has changed the way that people communicate in the modern world (1). Because of it, people are able to communicate with each other instantly across long distances and maintain relationships throughout life that would never have been possible in the past (Body A). While this technology has also had negative effects on relationships, overall the advantages far outweigh the drawbacks Body B (2). 59 words
Your Action Step
Before you finish this lesson, I recommend you follow these action steps to make sure you really absorb the material. Here are four steps you can follow:
- Find an IELTS problem-solving question and a two-part question (need some questions?)
- Follow my steps to write an introduction for each one.
- Post your introduction in the comments.
- Take a look at other introductions. What are they doing well? Where can they improve?
Hi, Isn’t there a part 4? The common mistakes… Thanks.
Economic prosperity is almost always being a goal that need to be achieved by many governments, and they ,therefore, allocate a large share of there spending to it. However, some people argue that other forms of progress is equally worth spending. From my prospective, I agree that economic growth is crucial for any nation, but labeling other types of progress as ‘second priority’ is simply unrealistic.
Dear sir it is very help ful to write introduction body peragraph by your teap and it give us over all scenario of writing body i and body ii
Thanks Lee, expecting some model answers on different type of tasks. Hope you’ll fulfil my expectation.
Hello Lee, your teaching method is excellent. Please add some model answers of full essays.