IELTS Writing

Sample Question: Write about the following topic: City life is better than village life. To what extent do you agree with this statement? Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience. Write at least 250 words. -...
Write about the following topic: Food habits today are a lot different than they used to be. What do you think are the reasons behind this? Give reasons and suggest possible solutions including any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience. Write...
When writing, you should always use the best adjectives to describe nouns or pronouns. Moreover, remember that "really", "very" and other similar words usually sit before these weak adjectives. Examples: Last night the sandwich was really bad. Last night the sandwich was terrible. Your offer...
We have to keep in mind a few things when we start writing a conclusion for either IELTS Writing Task 1 or Task 2. Five of the major Things to Remember are enlisted below: Start with a correct Conclusion...
Cohesion is a vital part in English writing, especially in the IELTS Exam. This relates to the use of lexical resources (vocabulary) to connect sentences and presents a clearer meaning and sequence of the text as a whole. This...
Write about the following topic: Some people believe that parents are the best teachers in life. Do you agree with the statement? You should provide reasons for your answer using your own ideas and experience and make comparisons where relevant. Write at least...
While writing people tend to use a lot of unnecessary words as FILLERS or to maximise the number of words in the essay. Unfortunately, this DOES NOT help and eventually downgrades your quality of writing in the meanwhile. REALLY is...
It's very boring to use VERY before common adjectives to emphasise it. The good news is that we can now replace these VERY and tiring ADJECTIVE with a completely NEW WORD, which is both interesting and enticing. Hope you find...

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