Writing 1 Lessons

  • Complete Tense Guide for IELTS Writing and Speaking

    Tense task 1 Using the correct tense Using the correct tense is important in your Task 1 answer. The tense you use will depend on the time period indicated in the Task 1 diagram. In most cases, you will need to use either the simple past or the simple present…

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  • IELTS Writing Task 1 Band 7+ Essay Samples

    Line GraphBand 7+ line graph sample 1 Band 7+ line graph sample 2 Band 7+ line graph sample 3 Band 7+ line graph sample 4 Band 7+ line graph sample 5 Bar Graph Band 7+ bar graph sample 1 Band 7+ bar graph sample 2 Band 7+ bar graph sample…

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  • How to Write a Perfect Body Paragraph in IELTS Writing Task 1

    Writing perfect body paragraph is no brainy, you just need some skills and techniques. Consider these list while writing your next body paragraph. 1. Explain the trend first You should explain the trend at the beginning of each group, and then give your selected figures to illustrate. A simple example…

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  • How to Write a Perfect Body Paragraph for Task 1

    Writing perfect body paragraph is no brainy, you just need some skills and techniques. Consider these list while writing your next body paragraph. 1. Explain the trend first You should explain the trend at the beginning of each group, and then give your selected figures to illustrate. A simple example…

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    Punctuation Rules for IELTS Writing Task 1 and 2

    Ah, the punctuation. Of all the grammar in IELTS writing, this one is perhaps the most abused and misused. With a lot of rules, many will easily get confused, when to use what. Aham! Aham! many but not all. Behold my students behold, below you will find the guidance. So…

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  • Subject Verb Agreement in IELTS Grammar

    Subject Verb Agreement in IELTS Grammar is very interesting, yesterday one of my students wrote :- The graphs compares the use of telecommunication by English people in 2009 and 2019. Do you notice the mistake here? It’s so clear, isn’t it? But, to many students being able to find the…

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  • Vocabulary for IELTS Writing Task 1: Lexical Resource

    A lexical resource (Vocabulary in IELTS Writing Task 1) is your ability to use a wide range of vocabulary correctly (without errors) and appropriately (in the proper context) in your written responses. The goal here is to have good enough vocabulary to properly paraphrase the information you see in the IELTS Academic…

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    Planning and structuring IELTS Writing Task 1 Essay

    Has this ever happened to you too? Did you think of writing something good while the starting of your essay but ended up writing something else? Well, then this article is for you. One of the main reasons why students seldom get a good score in writing is due to…

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  • Adjectives in IELTS

    Adjectives:- Adjectives are used to describe either the nature or number of noun. While IELTS uses a quarter of its scoring criteria from lexical resource and another one from grammar, you can use wide range of adjectives to explain general or precise information. They add enthusiasm and color to your…

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  • Active and Passive Voice for IELTS

    What is active and passive voice? This beautiful girl on your right is Rashmi. Let me use her name to enlighten the concept of active and passive voice in IELTS. There are two different sentences about her divided under active and passive voice. Notice the bold letters, they are the…

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