This audio tutorial is all about how to apply academic writing to your IELTS essay. Academic writing is communicative i.e transfers ideas in a coherent manner, most likely a fact based argument, and written with your audience in mind. Who is your audience in IELTS? The IELTS EXAMINER! –So make sure your handwriting is legible!!! […]
In this tutorial we look at: Essential language for Task 1: comparison, change, process, and topic specific vocabulary. Task Response, identifying trends, overall ideas, maximums, minimums, patterns and changes. BIG TIP GROUPING IS ESSENTIAL AND LISTING IS ABYSMAL! Transforming graph labels into grammatical sentences – key skill (explained below) Superlatives (explained in details below). Paraphrasing. […]
Tables are frequently some of the most difficult task 1s to complete because the most important information is not always so obvious.
IELTS Letter Writing Samples, IELTS Letter Writing Topics Podcast. In this Podcast you will learn: 1) The different types of letter asked for. 2) How to answer and structure the question perfectly. 3) How to write in a formal / informal style. 4) PLENTY OF TIPS! 5) An exercise to do at home, (free […]
In Task 1 of the Academic Writing component of the IELTS exam, you may be asked to describe a map or plan. The diagram will be of a building, street, village, city or town plan that may ask you to contrast the past and present, or the present and future. There will also be a […]
Describing a diagram isn’t easy, you need to know the language, what to include, the structure, and even paraphrasing. Don’t we worry! We have all of that in this episode and included some valuable tips! In this tutorial we cover: The three types of diagrams you could get Sequencing language Paraphrasing Cohesion Introductions Passive and […]