Another instance of a time not to use sentence connectors is when combining sentences could force an assumption on the reader or render the new sentence inaccurate. Take for instance writing an essay on the cause-effect relationship between human energy consumption and global warming, while you may be able to say "human have burned more fossil fuels in the last century than ever before; consequentially, the global temperature has risen," it may not be entirely accurate given the reader's interpretation of that statement without context clues.
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Structuring an essay is an important part of writing for IELTS. For a
Task 2 essay, use a standard essay structure consisting of separate paragraphs:
introduction (one paragraph), followed by the main
body of the essay (two or three paragraphs), then a
conclusion (one paragraph).
There are various connectors that are typically used for conclusions. The first one on the list is the most unimaginative, and it is better to think of a more interesting one if you can.
In conclusion , finally , therefore , consequently , clearly , it is clear , on the whole , in other words , generally speaking
You cannot score above Band 5 if you do not use any paragraph. You cannot score above Band 6 if your paragraphs do not have a clear central topic.
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