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Örnek essayler
Part 1 – Essay
AN ESSAY is always written for the teacher. It should answer the question given by addressing
both content points and providing a new content point of the writer’s own.
The essay should be well organised, with an introduction and an appropriate conclusion and
should be written in an appropriate register and tone.
While it is possible to argue only one point of view (i.e. either agreeing or disagreeing on a
topic) as long as you bear in mind the other point of view and back up your points, it is
probably easier to have a balanced discussion comparing advantages and disadvantages, or
ideas for and against a topic.
 Read the rubric, essay question and prompts very carefully in order to understand
what you are expected to do. This is vital!
 It is important to keep the focus of the topic question and that all your ideas and
opinions are relevant to the question.
 Support your opinions with reasons and examples.
 Think of a third idea of your own in addition to the two given prompts. If any of the
three essay prompts is missed out, then the target reader will not be fully informed
and the candidate will be penalised.
 Ideas need to be expressed in a clear an logical way, and should be well organised and
coherent. It is advisable to use up to 5 paragraphs:
1. Introduction
2. Prompt 1 development + reason(s)/example(s)
3. Prompt 2 development + reason(s)/example(s)
4. Prompt 3 development + reason(s)/example(s)
5. Conclusion (you may include your opinion here)
 Varying the length of the sentences, using direct and indirect questions and using a
variety of structures and vocabulary may all help to communicate ideas more
effectively.
 The correct use of linking words and phrases (e.g. but, so, however, on the other
hand, etc.) and the appropriate use of cohesive devices (e.g. using pronouns for
referencing) is especially important in essays.
FCE PAPER 2 – WRITING
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Hints
PLANNING
 Use the task input to help you plan but try to avoid copying phrases from the input in
Part 1. Use your own words.
[INTRODUCTION] and [CONCLUSION]
 Effective introductory and concluding paragraphs – In the introduction, state the topic
clearly, give a brief outline of the issue, saying why it is important or why people have
different opinions about it.
 DO NOT express your opinion at the beginning of your essay (develop you essay in
such a way that it guides the reader to the conclusion you draw).
 DO give your opinion in the final paragraph.
[SECOND and THIRD PARAGRAPHS]
 Structure your argument. Each new paragraph has one main idea, stated in a topic
sentence.
 Include relevant details to support the main idea: these might include examples,
rhetorical questions (do no overdo it), controversial or surprising statements… If you
include a drawback, give a possible solution, too.
GENERAL
 DO use a relatively formal register and an objective tone. Do not be too emotional.
 Remember to use linking adverbials to organise your ideas and to make it easy for the
reader to follow your argument.
 In the exam, allow yourself time to check your grammar, spelling and punctuation
thoroughly.
FCE PAPER 2 – WRITING
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Linking words and phrases
 Present your ideas clearly.
 Use connectors to link your ideas.
 Make sure you know how to use connectors appropriately (register, punctuation…). If you have any
doubts, you should use a good dictionary to check.
To express personal opinions
In my opinion, I believe (that) / I feel (that) / it seems to me / in my view /as I see it
I think / personally
To show purpose
to / in order to / so as to / so that
To list ideas
Firstly / secondly / finally / In the first place / Lastly
To contrast ideas
However / although / in contrast / whereas / but / nevertheless / in spite of / despite
To describe a cause
Because / since / as / due to
To show a sequence
First of all / then / after that / eventually / in the end / finally
To add information
In addition / moreover / what is more / besides / too / furthermore / and
To describe a consequence
Consequently / as a result / therefore / so / thus / for this reason / that is why
To conclude the topic
In conclusion / to sum up / in short / all in all
FCE PAPER 2 – WRITING MODEL QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

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ESSAY 1 – MODEL QUESTION
TASK
In your English class, you have been talking about the subject of cultural heritage. Now your English
teacher has asked you to write an essay.
Write an essay using all the notes and give reasons for your point of view.
Is is a good thing that countries spend a lot of money on their heritage?
Notes
Write about:
1. preserving the past
2. investing in the future
3. ________ (your own idea)
Write your essay in 140-190 words in an appropriate style.
ESSAY 1 – MODEL ANSWER
Most countries spend large sums of money protecting their national heritage. However, there is strong
argument that we should look forwards and not backwards, spending less money on preserving the past
and more on securing our future.
On the one hand, it is important that we remember our heritage. Once it is lost, it is lost forever. Caring
for important monuments helps with this. It also attracts tourists, which has an economic benefit for
everyone.
On the other hand, governments spend a lot of money on museums and keeping historic sites in good
condition when poor people need houses to live in and businesses need better roads for transporting
their goods.
Another argument is that by making heritage sites attractive for tourists -for example, by putting on
entertainment – we give a very untrue picture of the past and sometimes damage the local environment.
To conclude, while there are strong arguments for not spending too much on preserving the past, I
believe it is important to protect the most famous sites for the future generations but it is not realistic to
try and save everything. We need to invest in the future too.
(+/- 190 words)
FCE PAPER 2 – WRITING MODEL QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
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ESSAY 2 – MODEL QUESTION
TASK
In your English class, you have recently had a discussion about science and young people. Now your
English teacher has asked you to write an essay.
Write an essay using all the notes and give reasons for your point of view.
Science is very important in the 21st century. How do you think it could be made more appealing to
young people?
Notes
Write about:
1. television programmes
2. interactive museums
3. ________ (your own idea)
Write your essay in 140-190 words in an appropriate style.
ESSAY 2 – MODEL ANSWER
Although young people love gadgets and technology, some see science as uninteresting and ‘uncool’. Over
time, the number of young people, particularly girls, pursuing science and technology studies and careers
has dropped.
One way in which science could be made more attractive would be to have lively television programmes
presented by celebrities, with subjects which were relevant to the experience of the young. We live in a
celebrity culture and children identify with well-known young people.
Another idea would be to set up interactive science museums in every town, where parents could take
their children. It is much better to teach children the principles of science through hands-on
experiments than to lecture them in a classroom.
Of course, there would be more incentives if the average scientit were better paid and young people
were made aware of the range of jobs available. A lot of people are put off a scientific career because
they think it means working in a badly paid job in a boring laboratory.
Whichever way we choose, it is vital that more young people are attracted to science, since society’s
prosperity depends largely on continuous scientific progress.
(+/- 190 words)
FCE PAPER 2 – WRITING MODEL QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
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ESSAY 3 – MODEL QUESTION
TASK
In your English class, you have recently had a discussion about relationships. Now your teacher has asked
you to write an essay.
Write an essay using all the notes and give reasons for your point of view.
Is it better to live alone or with someone else?
Notes
Write about:
1. Independence
2. Money
3. ________ (your own idea)
Write your essay in 140-190 words in an appropriate style.
ESSAY 3 – MODEL ANSWER
Nowadays more people are deciding to live by themselves. Some people claim this is more enjoyable and
in young people it develops a sense of responsibility, whereas others disagree.
The main advantage of living alone is that there is nobody to tell you what to do, so you can live your life
in your own way. What is more, you can organise or decorate your house as you want. There is no one
else to disagree with.
On the other hand, it can be quite lonely for some people. By nature, we are social animals. Secondly, it is
more expensive because you have to pay all the rent and bills yourself, so you have less money to enjoy
yourself. Last but not least, it can be quite hard to find a nice flat for one person, so you might not be
able to live in the best area.
To sum up, there are strong arguments on both sides. In conclusion, I believe that living alone is better
for older people who have more money and like privacy but not for young people who need to share the
costs.
(+/- 180 words)
FCE PAPER 2 – WRITING MODEL QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
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ESSAY 4 – MODEL QUESTION
TASK
In your English class you have been talking about happiness. Now your English teacher has asked you to
write an essay.
Write an essay using all the notes and give reasons for your point of view.
Whether you are happy or not depends on the personality you are born with. Do you agree?
Notes
Write about:
1. Money
2. Health
3. ________ (your own idea)
Write your essay in 140-190 words in an appropriate style.
ESSAY 4 – MODEL ANSWER
Some people claim they are naturally cheerful. However, in my view, how we lead our lives is the main
reason we are either happy or unhappy.
Take money, for example. Money doesn’t automatically make us happy. In fact, it makes some people
very unhappy because they are frightened of losing what they’ve got. On the other hand, if we’re not
greedy and don’t spend it foolishly, it can reduce stress and give us security.
Then consider health. If we eat badly, get too little sleep and don’t exercise, our health will decline and
make us miserable. Eating well and going for lovely long walks in the countryside can make us feel
better generally.
The third thing I think is important is to have a positive outlook on life. We should all enluy things like
music and being with our friends. At the same time, it’s important to spend time alone and live as simply
as possible, which is not easy in the 21st century!
All these make a big difference to our happiness, no matter what our natural temperament.
(+/- 170 words)

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