When you're writing this kind of essay, you can just say things. You don't have to believe that it's true.
It's okay to write something that's not necessarily your opinion. Some people find that really hard to do.
It's like, "I don't really think that." Just...it's okay in this kind of essay.
And then, the optional part, you maybe want to make your paragraph slightly longer.
Or maybe you've already written two or three short paragraphs,
so this one, you can vary the length and make it a little bit different by sharing your experience.
And that's a good thing to do in an IELTS exam anyway.
So you can use one of these set phrases. "In my opinion", "in my experience", "in my view".
我们可以用这其中的一个固定词组，比如 "In my opinion"（我认为）、"in my experience"（从我的经历来说）和"in my view"（我觉得）。
I...For me, it would be quite easy to say "in my experience", okay? Related to what we've already talked about.
鉴于我之前说过的事情，我用"in my experience"（从我的经历来说）会更简单。
"In my experience, it is not difficult to make friends when attending university in a foreign country because everybody is very open to meeting new people."
And there, that brings it to a close. Put that all together, and you've got a paragraph.
Now, what do you need to do? You need to do the same thing three more times, and then you should have enough.
And then, you get to the conclusion.
So if you follow this pattern, you'll be okay when you do your IELTS exam or CAE or similar discursive essay.
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