99 Ielts Writing Task 2 Band 8, Miracel Griff
Miracel Griff

99 Ielts Writing Task 2 Band 8

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99 Ielts Writing Task 2 Band 8 – Second edition
Are you still using rote memorization to recall ideas and vocabulary?
Are you still leaving things until the last minute?
Are you still finding IELTS Writing worrisome?

This part is written by a current IELTS examiners. Having been an examiner for several years and having taught IELTS courses, they are familiar with the main problems students face when preparing to take the writing module. This part, with frequently-tested questions and model answers, will expose to you the testing pattern and how to reach the level of the model answers.

99 Ielts Writing Task 2 Band 8 Essay writing. This part will introduce you how to brainstorm, organize your points and write in response to the question. In addition, brainstorming diagrams will guide you to broaden your mind. There are more than 99 sample questions in this part.
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heart and lung disease, and hence of premature
In more developed countries, there is increasing concern about previously unknown dangers to people’s health, now that traditional killers (particularly contagious diseases) can usually be dealt with by modern medical science. One of these dangers is smoking, which is now generally accepted as being a leading cause of heart and lung disease, and hence of premature death. As a result, many countries have introduced legislation banning smoking in all public places. Is this a good idea? Does it take away some of our freedom? My answer to both questions is “yes”.
The main problem with smoking is that it can be a danger not only to those who smoke, but also to those who do not. There is widespread evidence of second-hand smoking causing the deaths of numerous people, though admittedly this evidence is not accepted by everyone, especially smokers themselves and the tobacco industry.
Smoking can affect non-smokers in other ways. Many non-smokers dislike going to places where there are smokers because the smell of tobacco gets onto their clothes. The direct effect of this is having to have their clothes cleaned afterwards, but it has another result – non-smokers tend to stay away from places where there are smokers. The resultant loss of revenue can be a major problem for businesses in the leisure industry.
Smokers would argue that their freedom is being taken away by anti-smoking legislation. They are correct. Legislation usually results in loss of freedom for someone. The reason that people generally accept legislation is that people understand that legislation is designed to benefit them. Almost everyone dislikes paying taxes, but it is generally accepted that taxes are necessary since governments
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