41. Argumentative and Persuasive essays | How to write a good "agree or disagree" essay


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What makes a good "agree/disagree" essay for the Cambridge exams, at a B2 level? Find out in today's episode.


In your English class, you have been talking about wildlife conservation. Now, your English teacher has asked you write an essay.

Write an essay using all the notes, and give reasons for your point of view.

"Not enough is being done to protect endangered animals."

Do you agree?

Write about:

1. which animals are under threat

2. why we need to protect these animals

3... (your own idea)



As the statement suggests, there are many species at risk today. This essay will give some examples of endangered animals, argue for their better protection, and explain what action could be taken now.

Arctic animals, such as polar bears, are in danger of extinction due to global warming. Other species, such as the white rhino, are facing extincition because they are hunted.

If we let these beautiful creatures disappear, our world will never be the same. Think of a forest without any birds singing, or an ocean with no whales. Furthermore, when species die out, the whole balance of nature is threatened.

There are already several protection programmes, but these often lack money. It is also necessary for governements to pass additional environmental laws, so that pollution from factories can be controlled.

In conclusion, there is no doubt that more could be done to save endangered species. They are worth saving so that future generations can admire them.


Thank you for listening to this episode. I hope that it helped you discovering something about writing that you did not know, or that it helped you looking at things from a different perspective. If you enjoyed it, you might consider leaving a positive review wherever you are listening. It might seem simple, but it really helps.

If you know someone who is struggling with writing in English, you could also think about sharing this episode (or the whole podcast) with them. It might help them in their journey of becoming a better writer. Likewise, if you – or any of your friends – are taking official external exams, you will find valuable info and tricks for the writing part of your exams. You will find this especially relevant if you are taking the Cambridge Exams.

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