Dear Liz, thank you so much for your guidance n ielts essay writing, that is really helpful for a beginner like me….I also need to know how to write an introduction in writing part 1…if you please give tutorial on that it will also beneficial for me….😊
It is based on successfully utilizing the communication process, avoiding interpersonal communication barriers and advocating audience active listening and feedback....
My concern to you is while writing conclusion in Academic writing Task 2,is it useful to say,”From aforementioned cases and argument,we come to know that…..” in this way is it the right way to express?
Having poor spelling with certainly be a problem for the criteria of vocabulary. You will need to practice writing essays and then review the spelling of all common vocabulary you use. Also consider getting one of my advanced writing task 2 lessons which explain in depth the techniques needed for a high score:
Earlier today I paid to view your video lesson on Writing Task 2. I have a receipt number from Pay Pal, but have received no email to inform me how to access the video. Help!
I was practicing task 2 essay and feel fine with it….until I saw this article. If I begin with :
“Living in the era where advanced technology play significant role in the world, computers are expected to shift people’s role in various job field.”
as the FIRST sentence (it still less than 50 words in total with thesis statement combined), is it still considered to be overused/expression as per you said in point number 2 and 3?
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1. Some IELTS websites advise test takers to write complex sentences to achieve higher band scores. In some others we are told to use simple sentences that are easy to be understood. Since I do need quite a high score (7+) for Writing, what would you suggest? I’d like to go with simple sentences but at the same time concerned I might end up with a low band score.
Thanks Liz, I completely understand what you mean.
In my earlier attempt I scored 7 in writing, where I wrote simple sentences but unfortunately I scored low in reading that time.
Now, I am scoring 7+ in all other parameters but low on writing. I believe because I am trying to make it complex.
Thank you for your guidance.
In addition, effective communication requires a set of skills including nonverbal communication, attentive listening, managing stress at the moment and the capacity to recognize and understand your own emotions and those of the person you’re communicating with.
There are so many mistakes in this sentence. Linking words are not your only problem – you make frequent grammar and vocabulary mistakes as well. If you continue to write in a style that is above your level of English, your score will be a lot lower than band 7.
We rented a property from WCW for 2 years. Over that two years we had an excellent experience. Everyone from the office staff to the maintenance crew went above and beyond to make our experience a good one. They were professional, and always handled any issue we had in a timely manner. Thank you WCW!!!!
The aim of writing is to avoid errors in grammar and vocabulary. All errors will lower your score. Yes, you need complex sentences to hit band 7 but you also need to reduce errors to hit band 7. So, if your English isn’t strong, don’t attempt complex sentences.