Today, I uploaded a brand-new video lesson about IELTS writing task 1. In this lesson, I explained what I thought was the most difficult line graph that I had ever seen. For my IELTS writing correction service, I have helped lots of people with this graph and most of them make the same mistakes. As such, I felt I should make a video about it to help everyone.
Here’s the video:
Let’s now look at a few more videos.
The Worst Mistakes for IELTS Writing Task 1
A few weeks ago, I posted this list of 6 huge mistakes that people frequently make when writing task 1 reports. By avoiding these, you can give yourself a much better chance of acing the exam.
How to Describe Maps
People often fear map descriptions for task 1, but actually they are not that hard. It just requires some different language from line graphs and bar charts. With a little practice, you can quickly learn how to do it. Here’s a video of me describing a map:
How to Describe Pie Charts
What makes pie charts different from other task 1 questions? Find out in this video:
How to Describe Process Diagrams
Process diagrams pose totally different challenges to those in other types of task 1 question. For one thing, you need to use passive voice a lot. This is something really wouldn’t do with a line graph or bar chart. Here’s a guide to describing process diagrams:
How to Describe Line Graphs
Ok, let’s get down to the general details of describing line graphs. Above, I showed you the most difficult one, but here are some more common line graphs:
How to Describe Tables
Finally, we come to tables. Are these difficult or easy? Well, it depends on the table of course! Find out how to describe them in this handy video: