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 […]
In this General Training IELTS Writing Task 1 post, I’m sharing three different letter samples with model answers from Cambridge IELTS Series 6, 7 and 9. One of them is a semi-formal complaint letter, one is an official letter for an insurance claim and one is an informal/personal letter. I’m also sharing some tips at the […]
In this General Training IELTS Writing Task 1 post, I’m sharing an official complain letter on a product that does not work properly. Hopefully, this will give you some idea of writing any formal complaint letter describing the given situation. I’ve included a sample answer with vocabulary practice and bonus tips.
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. […]
Since IELTS exam in an English Language Proficiency Test, it focuses on four language skills which are Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking. Having in-depth knowledge in English vocabulary can dramatically improve the score as this contributes up to 25% in the total score. It plays a very important role directly in Listening and Reading section. […]
Many IELTS candidates have requested me to give a post on ‘how to understand or recognize simple, compound and complex sentences’ in a very easy way. It is necessary for IELTS candidates not only to understand simple, compound and complex sentences but also know how to write them correctly. In IELTS Reading, they are used […]
This IELTS General Training Writing Task 1 post covers three example letters. In this post you will find model answers to task 1 letters; informal, semi-formal and formal. Hopefully these samples can work as guides for your further practice.
In IELTS General Training module Task 1, you will be given the task of writing a letter to someone. There are two types of letters, formal and informal. This GT Writing Task 1 post focuses on writing an informal letter to a friend and a formal letter to a university cafeteria authority. Here, you will […]
Some of my students have appeared in the IELTS exam in recent days. When preparing for this exam, they came by a number of matters and talked to me about some important suggestions, tips, and tricks which, they think, should be shared with future IELTS candidates as they will come handy if anybody wants to […]
This IELTS Writing post deals with 10 most common mistakes that candidates do in the Writing module. Most often candidates make some silly mistakes in grammar and spelling for which their expected band cannot be achieved. This post is focused to help you all to correct these 10 silly mistakes with solutions and explanations. It […]