AC IELTS Writing Task 1: flow-chart writing; on getting/acquiring a driving license; with methods/writing structure, tips and model answer

This IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 post mainly deals with the methods/structure of writing an answer to a flow chart on getting/acquiring a driving licence. It also provides some important tips on writing a great answer and presents a sample answer to a flow chart. If you think the post is helpful, please follow and […]

IELTS Topic-based vocabulary: pandemic/epidemic/medical crisis; with definitions/meanings and example sentences

This post focuses on a shortlist of some important words for IELTS Writing, Speaking, Reading and Listening. Here, IELTS candidates can learn and practice pandemic/epidemic/medical crisis-related words and phrases. All the words are given here with definitions and their use in sentences. This vocabulary list will help you understand any pandemic or medical crisis-related topics […]

IELTS Writing Task 1: Cambridge 14 Test 4; two maps of GRANGE PARK (1920 and present); with tips and model answer

This IELTS Writing Task 1 post focuses on Cambridge 14 Test 4 where two plans/maps are given of Grange Park depicting 1920 and present time. In this post, you’ll find a short discussion on the task with a model answer and some important tips that can help you write this type of diagrams easily. If […]

Academic IELTS Writing Task 1: Cambridge 14 Test 2; combined / mixed graph; a bar chart and a table on exports of five items; with two model answers and tips

This Academic IELTS Writing post focuses on two model answers for a combined/mixed graph from Cambridge 14 Test 2 on the export of five items. In this post, I’ve written two model answers for you, and given some tips to write Task 1 answers in a great way. I hope this post helps you with your […]

Academic IELTS Writing Task 1: Cambridge 14 Test 3; process diagram on hydroelectric power station; with discussion, model answer and tips

This Academic IELTS Writing post focuses on a discussion on a process diagram from Cambridge 14 Test 3 on a hydroelectric power station. In this post, I’ve tried to analyse the picture step-by-step, wrote a model answer for you, discussed some vocabularies and gave some tips to write Task 1 answers in a better way. […]

IELTS Academic Writing Task 1: two maps of Portview Town; with discussion, bonus tips and model answer

This IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 post can help you write a great answer for task 1 question with maps. In this post, we will look at two maps of the same area named Portview Town with some changes happening at two different times. The post will also help you learn some grammar discussions which […]

IELTS Writing Task 1: Cambridge 14 Test 1, three pie charts; analysis of candidate’s answer, strategies & a band 8+ sample answer

In this IELTS Writing Task 1 post, we are going to have a look at an Academic Writing Task 1 question from Cambridge IELTS Series 14, the latest publication of Cambridge IELTS Series. IELTS candidates will find an analysis of the 6.5 grade model answer for these three pie charts combined in the last part […]

IELTS Grammar: the use of ‘have been’, ‘has been’, ‘had been’ with examples, explanations and bonus tips

In the IELTS test, grammar plays a very important role and none can deny that. Candidates need to learn the basic grammar of English and get rid of the confusions of close grammatical structures, their differences and uses. In this post we are dealing with the differences with the structures, differences and uses of ‘have […]

IELTS test: Recent authentic exam topics and questions from candidates, July 2019

This recent IELTS exam- topics & questions post is based on my interview with two of my students who have recently appeared in IELTS Academic Test in July 2019 and August 2019  and shared their personal experiences with me. They’ve shared the latest topics and questions which they remembered after attending the exam. I hope […]

IELTS Writing: 7 top ideas/tips/ways to maximize/improve/upgrade writing score

When you write, especially for the final exam of a language course, it so often happens that you don’t get your expected score thought you have thought your Writing exam has been a good one. This can be equally true for IELTS, TOEFL, TAFE, SAT, GMAT, GRE; any course, where writing plays a big part. […]

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