When it comes to IELTS writing, it is essential to have a good grasp of grammar. In particular, you need to master the basics, and one of the most basic parts of grammar is subject-verb agreement.
In this blog, we will explain subject-verb agreement so that you can understand it well enough to score a higher band in your IELTS test.Read More
In IELTS Writing task 1, there will be a visual representation or a diagram on which you have to write a paragraph. One of these visual representations may be line graphs. Given below is an example of an IELTS Writing task 1 line graph discussing car thefts in four countries within a period. Let’s check the sample question first and then we will discuss how to answer it.Read More
Multiple choice questions in the IELTS Reading Test are used to test a wide range of reading skills. Some of these questions, for example, may require you to understand specific points or the main points of the text. You are required to select the best answer from several options (for example, A, B, C, or D), and to write the letter of the answer you have chosen on the answer sheet.Read More
In task 1 of the IELTS Academic Writing test, you may be asked to describe a map. You are expected to write a 150-word description of the information on the map, which will probably include buildings, routes, or proposed changes for the future.Read More
Writing is an important mode of communication. Writing helps you convey your opinions and message to others. Any mistakes in grammar, spelling, or punctuation can change the meaning of the sentence you’re writing. In this blog, let us take a look at the top Punctuations Rules for grammar that you should know before your next IELTS exam, and get rid of some misnomers surrounding it.Read More
Before we head into the IELTS listening tips, understand how you will be scored on the test. You will listen to four recordings, and then they have to give answers to 40 questions. For every correct answer, the candidate will earn one score.Read More
The IELTS opinion essay comes up frequently in writing task 2. Opinion essays mainly focus on agreeing or disagreeing with a particular fact or information. It presents two opposite views and you have to develop your argument supporting one view. You get 40 minutes to complete this task. You have to write at least 250 words on the topic given.Read More
IELTS multiple graph questions are quite common in the Academic Task 1 Writing test. Candidates often panic when they see these graphs and charts as they are worried about having to interpret two different types of data.
However, as long as you know how to write essays on each type of graph, you will have no problem answering multiple graphs questions in IELTS Academic Writing Task 1.Read More
There are 14 question types in the reading section. You have to read the passage and answer the question with the content taken from the passage. To crack the IELTS Reading Test with a high score, you must have familiarity with the question types and learn the tricks and tips to solve these questions.Read More
In Part 1, we discussed what are formal and informal letters in Writing Task 1 of the IELTS General Training Test and some of the key differences. In Part 2, let’s how to write the opening and closing sentences in both formal and informal letters.Read More