A 9 band score in the IELTS examination is a dream come true. With proper plans and approaches, many can attain this goal. And in this article, we will explain how someone can get that 9 band score in the IELTS GT Writing Task 1 or Letter/Email Writing Task.
How to write an informal letter/email in your GT IELTS Exam?
In this preparation series article, we will discuss how to detect an informal IELTS Letter/email in your GT IELTS test, how to plan for it, and finally, how to write a great answer to get a high band score.
How to write a semi-formal letter/email in your GT IELTS Exam?
In this article, we will be discussing how to be sure whether your question is asking you to write a semi-formal letter/email in your GT IELTS writing test, how to plan for a semi-formal letter/email, and finally, how to write a great answer.
How to write a formal letter in your GT IELTS Exam?
Before we begin with the preparation part of this article, we would like to give you a piece of good news! The news is – of all the GT IELTS exam segments, you would probably find the IELTS GT writing task 1 or letter writing task the easiest.
How to write an IELTS Letter/Email to impress the examiner?
In this preparation article, we will learn about tips and ways to impress your examiner with your letter response. So sit tight and keep reading!
How to write an IELTS essay at a band 9 level.
This comprehensive article guides you through the processes and techniques of writing an essay that would get you a band score of 9. This is an extensive article, so read it carefully and grasp the concept. Use the examples to understand the concepts explained in it.
15 Mistakes to avoid while writing a letter for IELTS.
In this post, we will directly dive into the common mistakes made by candidates while writing a letter answer in their IELTS exam. This way, we will learn how not to make those same mistakes.
IELTS Essay instruction clearly states that you should include relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.
So whenever you write an essay for the IELTS test, make sure your arguments, discussions or debates are supported by relevant examples, data or evidence. This article intends to show you how to include “an example” in your essay, when to add it, when not to, and how many examples are expected in the entire essay.
The 5 types of IELTS writing task 2 (IELTS Essay) questions include the below:
1. Opinion (Agree or Disagree) IELTS Essays.
2. Advantages and Disadvantages IELTS Essays.
3. Discussion (Discuss both views) IELTS Essays.
4. Problem/Cause and Solution IELTS Essays.
5. Double Question IELTS Essays or Mixed IELTS Essays.
Reading is perhaps the most interesting (some of you may read ‘strange’) skills of all that are tested in the IELTS exam. We like to ‘read’ rather than ‘write’ or ‘speak’ in our everyday life, as non-native speakers of the language…