In Academic Writing Task 1 graphs, you may need to make predictions. A simple way to do this is to use ‘will’. In this lesson, you’ll learn more complex ways.
Academic Writing Task 1
IELTS Writing Task 1: examples of different types of question and advice on how to tackle them including paraphrasing the Introduction, choosing key features, the language of change and comparison, writing an Overall statement, choosing tenses, time expressions and prepositions.
Is there a quick and easy way to improve your IELTS Writing Score? Well, it might not happen overnight, but there are certainly a few things that could make a difference. Do you do all of these? Task 1 – the Academic Writing Test 1. Paraphrase the introduction Don’t try to change every word in […]
This lesson will take you step by step through the exact process you need to follow in order to describe a process in IELTS Writing Task 1.
The Past Perfect is a useful tense to master for describing change in Academic Writing Task 1, and storytelling in both GT Writing Task 1 and Speaking Part 2.