IELTS General Writing Task 2

IELTS writing tasks' topics, answers, and comments.

By TNJ, 2018-12-02  
Band: NA (Total words: 278)
  • The conclusion is too simple, rewrite to summarize your points.
  • High ratio basic sight words may degrade your writing, suggest to rephrase some of them. You can try to rewrite Paragraph 3 as start point.
  • Suggest to refine coherence and cohesion by removing wordy linking words.
 IELTS General Writing Task 2 - Topic, Answer, and Comment
Compare the advantages and disadvantages of three of the following ways of learning a foreign language. State which you consider to be the most effective.
  • studying on your own
  • taking lessons with a private tutor
  • taking lessons as part of a class
  • taking lessons online
  • going to live in a country where the language is spoken

Write at least 250 words.
With the growing roots of modernisation, globalisation and advance technology an increasing trend has been perceived among people to learn a foreign language. Though there are different ways of acquiring skill in it.

One can opt for self study. As these days lots of public library have opened, so people prefer to get some books from there and even ask for help from those friends who are on the same path of learning. Secondly it could be learned by taking tuitions from a personal mentor, who can provide knowledge but would not be to give to a large extend. Apart from this, there are numerous websites and online courses accessible for pursuing this other country’s mother tongue.
Besides this, by attending regular classes one can gain and grasp any language precisely as well as most effectively, because under one roof there is not only one teacher and a student but a tutor with many distinctive scholars. Educator shower their hundred percent understanding and mastery on specific tongue on rookies. Different class mates can support each other in explaining along with exchanging the ideas and thoughts on specific topic. Along with this it is reasonable also.
Furthermore this study could also be done by personally visiting that particular country. No doubt it would be very easy to learn this way but it will not be everybody’s cup of tea. As it is quiet expensive procedure and just a sheer wastage of time.
So I personally presume that to hold command in any vernacular taking regular lectures is going to be the best and fastest method.