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IELTS Writing: Practical Tips for Preparation


Most recently, we told you what to expect from the writing during the surrender of the IELTS exam. And in this article, Essay Writer Service will tell you more about each type of tasks for both Academic IELTS and General Ielts.


  • ✓ Use different types of proposals. Watch your text to be diverse, you should not write with simple template suggestions - it will immediately rush to the examiner and spoil all the impression. Try to use different types of proposals: simple, complex, complex, etc. Do not forget also about the order of words - so as not to repeat the same clichés from time to once, change the order of words.

    For such cases, you can also make a simple scheme, if the idea of ​​changing the direct order of words will horrify in you.


  • ✓ Hold a formal style. In this part of the written task, it is important to remember that it must be performed in a formal and / or neutral style. Refrain from cuts, as well as jargon and everyday-household vocabulary. Imagine that you write a short note about the article for your chief, the supervisor, a potential business partner or a teacher.

  • ✓What work should produce a faithful effect on the reader. "Effect ON The Reader" is one of the parameters for which the work will be evaluated. Do not forget that it will not be checked by a computer, but Essay Service, which will pay attention to logical links in the text, on the "dryness" and "pattern" of the narration.

  • ✓Dell when you train at home, imagine that your note will read, for example, your colleague or friend. The constant idea that someone else will read what you wrote will help make work more understandable and interesting, even if we are talking about boring economic stories or sociological surveys.


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