Paraphrasing for IELTS Writing Task 1
May20

Paraphrasing for IELTS Writing Task 1

Paraphrasing is an essential skill for IELTS, and it is particularly important for IELTS Writing Task 1. In this exam, you are required to paraphrase the question in order to write your first sentence. If you cannot do this, it becomes very difficult to pass the exam. If you copy the question, you will be deducted marks and it may cost you a high band score. Fortunately, learning to paraphrase is not difficult. In this PPT, I will...

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How to Describe Line Graphs for IELTS Writing Task 1
Sep28

How to Describe Line Graphs for IELTS Writing Task 1

The IELTS Writing Task 1 often features a line graph. Describing a line graph is not as difficult as it seems. In fact, there are a few things to remember to help you gain a band 7.0 score. Grammar You can learn these two structures and, with only a little bit of variation, you can describe almost any trend. Interest rates decreased significantly. Subject (what you’re describing) + verb + adverb Or: There was a significant decrease in...

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Improve Your IELTS Writing With Parallelism
Mar29

Improve Your IELTS Writing With Parallelism

In the article below, I’ll tell you how to improve your IELTS writing score by using parallelism.   What is Parallelism? Parallel means two things (lines, objects, etc) running next to each other, having the same space between them at all points. For example, look at the word “parallel” itself – the two ls in the middle are parallel to one another! Remember the spelling of the word, and you can remember its meaning; remember the...

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