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 […]
This IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 post deals with a column graph/chart sample from Cambridge IELTS Series 13 Test 2. In this post you will find a short discussion on the methods of writing on this task and a great sample answer. We shall also look at a band 6.0 answer by a student and […]
This IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 post deals with an example of combined/mixed/multiple graphs taken from Cambridge IELTS series 4 Test 4. In this post, you can learn about writing a good answer to a combination of a line graph and a bar chart on visits to and from the UK.
Writing a good answer to a combined / multiple/ mixed graph is always confusing for many IELTS candidates. In this Academic IELTS Writing Task 1 post we are looking at this problem in detail and finding solutions so that we can answer this kind of graph easily. The example picture is taken from Cambridge IELTS […]
In this Academic IELTS Writing Post, I’m providing all the IELTS candidates around the world with some brand-new Writing Task 1 questions. I’ve been requested by many candidates through emails and social media to supply some sample questions which are unique so that the candidates can practice them and show to an expert. These questions […]
This IELTSdeal post focuses on the use of vocabularies for line graphs or column graphs in IELTS Writing Task 1. Studying this post you will be able to understand how to write different vocabularies in the same picture description. Look closely at the top example sentences and try to write them regularly for your best preparation […]
This post focuses on IELTS writing Task 1 mixed graph or combined graph. Generally, it seems quite difficult to write a combined graph or mixed graph in IELTS Writing module. Many candidates get confused here. This post provides a sample answer, which the candidates can follow to practice this kind of writing.