Write logical, organised essays with great vocabulary
Note: This English writing course is FREE for a limited period of time. Make sure to sign up now to take advantage of this opportunity!
Enjoy the first half of this course for free, and watch out for Part 2, coming December 2022.
Learn great English writing skills with this course: Master English Essays
Many students who study English or take English exams have to write English essays.
But writing English essays is a very hard skill.
It’s very hard to write a perfect English essay without help.
This course is designed to help you write logical, organised English essays with great vocabulary.
Who should take this course?
Students of other English exams
University students who write essays in English
High school students who write essays in English
The English writing course is divided into two parts.
Part 1: English Writing Skills
Part 2: English Writing Topics (Part 2 coming December 2022)
What do the parts include?
Part 1 – English Essay Writing Skills
Learn to carefully read & understand English essay questions
Write a core question to help with your English essay writing
Brainstorm ideas for both sides of the argument
Choose the best ideas and write your essay plan
Write a perfect, clear introduction for your English essay
Create organized, logical body paragraphs for your English essay
Finish your English essay by writing a great conclusion
Also… Learn great vocabulary for writing in your English essay
Learn how to use quotes and referencing in your English essay writing
Part 2 – English Writing Topics (coming December 2022)
20 common English writing topics (including Environment; Technology; Environment and many more)
Practice your English essay writing skills by reading typical essay questions and planning your answer
Learn great debate points and arguments you can use for your own English essay writing
Create perfect introductions, body paragraphs and conclusions using your English writing skills
Who this course is for:
- Students studying in English in high school or university
- Students planning to take an English exam (IELTS, TOEFL, PTE, other)