IELTS Writing Task 2: how to write an agree-disagree essay; with methods and example answer from Cambridge 13 Test 1

This IELTS Writing Task 2 post focuses on how to write an agree-disagree essay. You will find a detailed discussion on an example essay taken from Cambridge IELTS Series 13 Test 1 which is on language barriers in foreign countries. You will also get a formula, a short plan and a model answer for this […]

General Training IELTS: how to write a Formal and an Informal letter; with structures, tips and model answers

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 […]

IELTS Writing Task 2: how to write a problem-solution essay on increase of waste; with effective mind mapping technique and model answer

This IELTS Writing Task 2 post offers the insights into writing a great answer to a problem-solution topic. This problem-solution topic asks the candidates to provide some reasons for the increasing waste around the world and suggest some practical solutions. In this post, you will find a plan that can help you to write this […]

Writer’s Block: A Phenomenon You Like To Avoid

This article is titled Writer’s Block: A Phenomenon You Like To Avoid. It is part of a creative writing project for In this article, I have taken the opportunity to simplify the phenomenon ‘Writer’s Block’ to many people who are facing it all the time yet have very little idea about it. I’ve also discussed […]

Overview/ Overall trend in IELTS writing task 1: importance and how to write with examples

As I have been asked by many students and recent IELTS candidates to discuss the issue of ‘overview’ or ‘overall trend’ in IELTS Writing Task 1, I’ve prepared a short yet important post on “Overview in IELTS Writing Task 1, its importance and how to write it”. Reading this post you will clearly understand about […]

IELTS Writing Task 2: confusion on advantage-disadvantage topic; benefits and drawbacks; what to do with ‘outweigh’; best solutions

A good number of IELTS candidates regularly ask me about IELTS Writing Task 2 advantage-disadvantage topics and the differences between “What are the advantages and disadvantages of…..” and “Do the advantages outweigh the disadvantages?” They also ask whether they should write it in the same way or not. This special post deals with this issue and […]

IELTS Writing Task 1: Single bar chart, writing strategies with model answer, vocabulary and bonus tips

This IELTS Writing Task 1 post focuses on strategies to write a good answer to a single bar chart. As you can see in this picture, there are very few data to cover an answer with 150 words. So, I’m going to show you the tricky ways to expand your answer here in an organized […]

IELTS Writing Task 1: how to write single pie chart, with strategies, model answer and bonus tips

In this post of IELTS Writing Task 1, we are looking at the strategies to write a good, strong answer for a single pie chart. Often, writing on a single picture becomes more challenging than writing a combined picture. So, this post is designed for helping you to sort out the problems regarding writing a […]

IELTS Writing Task 1: mixed/combined graph writing; with bonus tips

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.

IELTS Writing Task 1: Cycle Diagram on water table the best way to write with strategies; sample answer and bonus tips

In the Academic IELTS Writing Task 1, different kinds of diagrams can be given. In this post, I’m discussing a very common cycle diagram, known as water cycle or water table. I’ve provided some strategies and the best model or sample answer with the picture so that you can have a good understanding of this diagram. […]

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