The Basics of Writing Introductions

دوره: IELTS Writing Task 1 Academic / فصل: Part 2 - The Recipe / درس 2

The Basics of Writing Introductions

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In this video I’ll be giving you some basic information for writing the introduction so the first thing

that you need to know about writing the introduction is that you have to paraphrase the question language

in your own words next.

Make sure that you never copy the question language exactly as it appears on the question.

Be sure to always rephrase it and put it into your own words.

Otherwise you’ll lose points for it.

The best way to paraphrase the question language is to other use synonyms or change of the word order

of the question language.

You can also combine using the synonym language and changing the word order.

To paraphrase the question language make sure that you keep your paraphrasing short and to the point

because when you’re writing an introduction you only have two to three minutes to write this introduction

and you only have to write one to two sentences in the introduction.

Now I want to give you some ideas for starting the introduction paragraphs so when you’re opening up

your essay and writing that very first sentence you have to write the first sentence to the introduction

for starting this introduction.

You can use any of the words that are listed in this table.

So when you’re describing what the infographics is about you can combine the words that are listed in

the different columns in any number of ways to construct your own sentence.

So here’s an example to show you how you can mix and match the different words in the different columns

to construct an opening sentence.

So let’s say that we choose these highlighted words from each of the different columns to construct

our sentence.

In this case our sentence would read the supplied illustration outlines the process by which and then

you can go on describing the process that you’re talking about so this table here is just to give you

some ideas for starting the introduction paragraphs.

I’ll be showing you more examples of how to start the introduction paragraph in the following videos

when I take you through real practice exam questions.

Now let’s talk a little bit about paraphrasing since paraphrasing is very important for the introduction

as we’ve stated before there are two main ways to paraphrase you can either use synonym language or

you can change up the word order.

So first let’s look at how to use synonyms.

Basically using synonyms means that you use a different word to express the same meaning.

For example if we have the word shows then instead of saying shows we can use other words such as demonstrate

or present to mean the same thing on the other hand.

You can also change up the word order.

So instead of saying Australian people you can say people of Australia.

So in this case we’ve changed up the word order without changing the meaning so when you’re paraphrasing

the question language in your own words you can use synonyms to rephrase the question language or you

can change up the word order.

It may also be wise for you to combine both of these methods so that you have a better paraphrasing

of the question language.

So that was some basic information on writing introductions.

We’re now going to delve much deeper into how to write introductions and we’ll now see in detail how

to write the introductions for trend graphs comparative graphs process diagrams and maps.

So in the next video I want to show you how to write the introductions for trend graphs.

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