IELTS Complete Letter Writing Guide

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There are eight main sections to this lesson: the General Training Writing. Skip it, repeat it…, use it the way you need.

Unit 1: Understanding Writing Task 1
The Writing Task 1 of the IELTS general test requires you to write a letter of at least 150 words in response to a question.

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Unit 2: Understanding the Scoring
IELTS usually rounds the number up or down to the nearest half score which means it would go from 6.66 to 6.5 based on four different criteria.

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Unit 3: Types of Letter
Letters are written for many different reasons. However, some letters are more common than others, and such letters are asked often in IELTS.

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Unit 4: Focus on Task Achievement
Lexical Resource is one of the four IELTS marking criteria that focuses on the range of vocabulary a candidate uses. These vocabulary are sure to enhance your score.

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Unit 5: Focus on Cohesion & Coherence
Coherence and cohesion refers to how well the reader can understand your writing and how
well your writing is organised. It’s all about paragraphing, linking words and many others.

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Unit 6: Focus on Lexical Resource
Lexical Resource is one of the four IELTS marking criteria that focuses on the range of vocabulary a candidate uses. These vocabulary are sure to enhance your score.

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Unit 7: Focus on Grammatical Range & Accuracy
A mix of grammatical range with its appropriate use is what examiner will be looking in your letter. There are specific structures by using which your score will enhance.

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Unit 8: Hing scored Letter Samples
It has 24 example Tasks, with examiner’s comment, that are scored Band 9 to help you develop an overall concept of the content written and examiner’s response by using which you can develop your own superior letter.

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