IELTS Grammar: identifying simple, compound & complex sentences; with techniques, explanations & examples

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 […]

IELTS Reading: how to find answers for TRUE, FALSE, NOT GIVEN or YES, NO, NOT GIVEN questions; best strategies, methods, tricks, and tips

This IELTS Reading post focuses on the strategies, tricks, methods or techniques to find answers to TRUE, FALSE, NOT GIVEN or YES, NO, GIVEN questions. After reading the post and applying the methods or strategies, IELTS candidates should be successful to locate the answers to TRUE, FALSE, NOT GIVEN or YES, NO, GIVEN questions. If […]

IELTS Reading: how to deal with unknown and difficult vocabulary/words, with best tips and techniques

This IELTS Reading post focuses on problems which candidates face while dealing with unknown and difficult words in IELTS Reading exam and how to overcome these problems. As IELTS Reading is the toughest for many candidates, the ultimate purpose of this post is to make them confident and brave in building up vocabulary so that […]

IELTS Writing Task 1: top vocabulary practice for line graph/ column graph with example sentences and bonus tips

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 […]

IELTS Writing Task 2: Problematic Essay with tips, structure, sample answer and vocabularies

This post deals with IELTS Writing Task 2, essay writing. In this post, I’m discussing how to handle a problematic topic where candidates are asked to present the effects or results of unlimited use of cars. They are also asked to decide whether discouraging people to use cars might be a good solution or not. […]

IELTS Speaking: Part 0, the very important preliminary stage [the best way to face it]

This post deals with one of the most important sections of IELTS Speaking Exam. Known as Part 0, this section is quite unfamiliar by name to many of us, especially new IELTS candidates. This is the preliminary stage of IELTS Speaking Exam where you are asked some personal questions. This post will dissect this part […]

IELTS Academic Writing Task 1: Cambridge 12 Test 5, bar chart with strategies, bonus tips and sample answer

In Academic IELTS writing task 1, you are given a picture, mainly a chart or graph to explain in more than 150 words. Today I am dealing with a bar chart taken from Cambridge IELTS 12 Test 5 where a bar chart is given detailing the physical activity of men and women in Australia in the year […]

IELTS Writing Task 2: a step by step method to write an essay with explanations and model answer

A number of IELTS takers have asked me to explain the process of writing a good, solid answer to any IELTS Task 2 question. To be frank, different people approach differently. For me, it’s breaking down this 40-45 minute task in some short steps and then working on it. In this post, I’m showing you […]

IELTS Writing Task 1: Column graph writing strategies with model answer

Today I’m going to show you some strategies to write a column graph which is a common figure in IELTS Writing task 1. Following this post, you will be able to deal with writing a column graph effectively. As you know, you need to practice a lot to develop your writing skills, you can follow […]

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