Date of publication: 2017-07-09 12:57
To me, it is more straight forward and fair, that no matter how often they see a particular expression, this does not affect the score negatively as long as the essay satisfy above 9 aspects.
but I am bit confused if this is the case that examiner marks in a manner that changes upon just how frequently he/she sees the expression on even other examinees 8767 my thought.
If you have no idea what an IELTS essay looks like or need to improve your writing skills you 8767 re in the right place. I add new essays almost every day subscribe and get them seconds after they 8767 ve been published.
Hi Chris, thanks for your support here, I just found it and it is really useful. BTW, you share 65 common topics but link vocabulary doesnt work, please share again, thanks a lot Chris
your teaching in this website is very useful.
Thank you very much
I am struggling to get 7 in Writing, so I thought and planed to use a prepared structure.
my spellings are the worst.
Can you please give your thoughts on that?
IELTS Essay - How to Write An Introduction: This guide shows you how to write introductions when in an exam such as IELTS and w hen doing an assignment.
The reason for this problem is because people memorise particular phrases to use to increase their score. You are marked on your ability to adapt sentences and phrases to the particular task and issue, not memorise generalised phrases to get a higher score. One phrase suits all issues isn 8767 t going to work in a language test. Another problem is that students think if they learn a particular phrase this will give them a chance for a higher score. The aim of this lesson and advice is not to rely on learned phrases to boost your score.
It is very common to write a phrase 8775 Looking forward to hearing from you 8776 in IELTS GT writing task 6 (letter writing). Is it OK to use this sentence or if not, what would be the better way to rephrase the same ?
At no time do I state that students should use 8775 easy to understand 8776 language. This article is about avoiding learned phrases. This rule applies to all students, even band 9 students.
My second question is, whethere there is a difference between 8775 it is argued X has many benefits 8776 and 8775 it is argued THAT X has 8776 ?
The answer is yes and no. There are a huge amount of topics that come up in writing task 7. At last count there were around 55 different topics (based on collecting data over the last few years) and if you would like all 55, please let me know, but I 8767 m more concerned about the topics that come up again and again. If you have time to familiarise yourself with over 55 topics then please do, but I think must people have to be smart with their time and it therefore makes more sense to prioritise the most common topics.
Part of your IELTS preparation is developing ideas for topics. This is something you do for yourself. You can google ideas and visit debate websites as well as read model essays online to use their ideas (not their sentences, just the ideas). See this page about writing an introduction: http:///ielts-writing-task-7/
8775 I have developed a vocabulary list for each of the topics above which you can access here 8776
number 6 and final sentence. i did not find any link.
thank for your post