Ielts essay vocabulary list

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First of all, i would like to appreciate your blog which helps the ielts test takers like me immensely to score good , i want to ask you about the confusion which i have about the opinion or situation based essay. It sometimes ask about the reasons to be addressed behind the situation. How should we proceed with that? I am giving an example like:
“Paying more money is the only possible motivation to make employees work harder and to increase their productivity. Do you agree? Give reasons and include relevant examples”.
Can we make this an argumentative essay?

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Vocabulary February 2, 2016 August 6, 2017 Vocabulary for Top 9 Most Common Topics in IELTS Exam by IELTS Material Top 9 most common topic Academic Vocabulary for Top 9 Most Common Topics in IELTS Exam Vocabulary plays an important role in achieving a high score in your IELTS test. It will be really useful for IELTS Speaking , Reading , Listening and Writing . The more vocabulary you know how to use, the more comprehensively and fluently you can understand and speak. 

Ielts essay vocabulary list

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