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Luckily, IELTS Writing Task 1 is a very predictable exercise. I often recommend this grammar book to intermediate and advanced students. Here you will find everything you need to achieve a high score in IELTS Writing Task 1, including lessons, tips and Band 9 sample answers. This is the first section of your IELTS Academic Writing test. You should spend about 20 minutes on it.

Hi, I'm Liz. This page contains all the information and help you need to do well. This page has tips for Academic writing task 1 and GT writing task 1 see bottom of page. Academic Test Only. GT Test Only.

Consume food means to eat food. You need to look at each context carefully. I am really confused with this case. Thank you so much, Liz. English has a limited number of paraphrases for any word.

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IELTS Table Band Score 9 Model Answer

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Click here: Hi, my name is Elizabeth Liz. Privacy Policy. Note one key feature is not enough for a high score. Divide your body into paragraphs. You can group details together by giving averages or ranges. Be selective. Make sure you write over words but aim for less than Some words will be repeated. There is always a limit to how many synonyms one word has. Sharing is caring Filed Under: Comments Hanh Evans says.

May 10, at 4: Liz says. May 10, at 8: Li says. March 20, at 5: March 20, at 6: February 13, at 6: Hi Liz, I really like your website, you are doing amazing work. February 13, at 7: Jayanatha Wick says. January 6, at 5: Thanks for the writing can you give us to the digram explains and maps? January 6, at 3: Anurag says.

November 30, at 4: India has a lot of respect for you.

Nawraj Sharma says. November 16, at 2: Do not change the titles — they are specific to the information given. August 27, at July 20, at 1: July 9, at 4: Tom says. February 18, at 6: Please check if these two ways are correct. Kim says. January 29, at 6: January 29, at 8: Luca says. November 6, at 2: November 6, at 5: Tolghanay says.

Academic Writing - task 1 | Take IELTS

January 23, at Jingzhong shao says. January 5, at 8: Thank you, Shirley. Otherwise, fine. January 15, at 5: January 15, at 6: Jame says. November 18, at 3: Naresh gurung says.

October 26, at 8: October 26, at November 11, at 4: Nisha says.

February 17, at 6: Amr Hasan says. October 8, at 7: Hi Liz, My test is about 7 days ahead. Please evaluate my answer, correct and advice me. Kiara says. December 20, at 6: Borahae says. March 2, at 6: Moe says. July 15, at 3: Thank you so much. This website is very useful and I appreciate it. April 10, at 6: April 10, at Sadhna says. April 2, at 5: April 2, at 6: April 3, at 2: April 3, at 4: July 11, at 7: March 23, at Dayat says.

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IELTS Writing Task 1 Tips, Model Answers & More

February 23, at 7: February 23, at February 22, at 3: Akmal khan says. February 22, at 6: Hello teacher. My introduction paragraph is right. February 22, at Eman says.

February 6, at Canada has the highest amount of juice consumption Newzealand has the lowest amount of juice consumption My overview: Anwae says. January 2, at 8: January 3, at Shishir says.

December 22, at 7: December 22, at 1: Rojan says. November 30, at 9: November 30, at 6: Miras says. November 26, at 4: November 26, at 6: November 19, at 6: I am finding difficulty in table part can u make up a video for that. November 19, at Patricia says. October 7, at 3: October 7, at 4: Rodora says.

October 5, at Mrym says. August 28, at 6: August 28, at 7: Cherry Anne Galutan says. September 23, at Could somebody check my work? September 24, at 9: Emy says. July 17, at 9: Hi liz…thanks for your this very helpful content…. Syamnadh Reghunathan says. May 31, at 7: June 1, at May 30, at Hi, Liz First of all, I must thank you for the useful information on ielts.

Here is the question about this model essay. May 30, at 6: May 4, at 4: May 5, at 8: Yes, if the numbers are totals given in a chart or table. April 28, at April 21, at 8: April 21, at 9: Write the same as my model. Just leave one line between paragraphs. Hoang Minh says. February 29, at March 1, at 5: Mosi says. February 15, at 9: Dear Liz It would be very kind of you if you could score this sample for the table.

Ashish Kadian says. January 22, at 4: Hi Liz, can we add one line in first paragraph, e. February 10, at Tran LY says. December 15, at December 16, at 5: Ahmed says. December 7, at 5: December 8, at Mai ANh says. November 19, at 8: November 19, at 1: November 11, at November 11, at 1: Thnx mam, Nd plz tell me how writing score calculated. November 11, at 2: Maham says. November 1, at 9: Please explain when it possible to write five paragraphs and why. November 1, at Umna Qureshi says.

IELTS Sample Charts for Writing Task 1 Practice

October 27, at 2: October 27, at 3: October 27, at 7: How many paragraphs should be there for writing task 1 Liz.. Is 3 paragraphs sufficient?

October 27, at Go to the main writing task 1 page and watch the structure and paragraphs lessons. Surjeet Kumar says. October 19, at 1: Mam pls tell me that should overview write in the end or after intro. October 20, at 3: October 21, at 4: Amarjot singh says.

October 17, at 3: October 18, at Pratik Panchani says. September 25, at 9: September 25, at Yes, it is normal to use brackets in writing task 1. September 19, at 7: September 20, at Thanks for reminding me.

I really must do that soon. Nada says. September 15, at 3: September 15, at 7: September 15, at 8: September 16, at September 16, at 3: Haider says. September 14, at 2: You need to find the original. September 16, at 1: Thanks a bundle with my regards. Muhammed Shamsuddin says. September 11, at 5: September 11, at 9: Christian says. August 18, at 1: Currently, I have one sentence which I doubt using: Many thanks in advance.

August 18, at 2: That means you need to put this information in your own words. Do your best to avoid using the same vocabulary and sentence structure as the prompt. Failing to do this will definitely lower your score! Everything else should be paraphrased! Below is a sample Paragraph 1. Notice how the vocabulary and sentence structure differ from both the question prompt and the titles of the visuals. The charts show rates of computer ownership from , including a more detailed look at ownership patterns by level of education.

Paragraph 2: Summarize the visuals sentences In this paragraph, you will provide a summary of the visuals without going into too much detail.

Paragraph 2 is your opportunity to do just that. Avoiding details in this paragraph helps to focus your answer on the most important points contained in the visual s. Save these details for your next paragraph s. In the previous paragraph Paragraph 1 , you explained what the visuals are about—the topic. Now, in Paragraph 2, you need to describe the main information contained in the visuals. You should select the information that stands out to you most. It might be a general trend in the data, or a striking or interesting overall pattern.

In Paragraph 2, you should report in very general terms, whatever seems most noteworthy in the visuals. Take a look at this sample below: These data show a constant increase in the percentage of the population that owned computers during the eight year timeframe. This rising trend occurred across all education levels. However, although having more education correlated directly with higher computer ownership percentages from , the ownership percentage increased most among those with the least education during those years.

This is where you report data related to the summary information you just provided in Paragraph 2. You should not attempt to describe ALL of the data you see in the visuals.

This would probably be impossible within the time limit even if you tried. You have to make choices. Instead, you should report about data that relate directly to the main feature s —the key information—that you just presented in Paragraph 2.

In Paragraph 2 of the sample response, I focused on how 1 computer ownership rose steadily from in general and across education levels, but that 2 those with the least education increased their computer ownership most over this period.

Therefore, it would make sense to follow this paragraph with detailed information on these trends. At this point, you have a second choice to make. Should you present all of the data in one paragraph Paragraph 3 , or should you separate it into two shorter paragraphs Paragraphs 3 and 4? However, many times having two shorter paragraphs can be best. In these cases, a 4th paragraph helps you to present different ideas clearly. For this reason, I chose to present the information in two shorter paragraphs in our sample response.

These are sample paragraphs 3 and 4 for our practice question: In , slightly more than half the population owned computers. Postgraduates were always ahead of the general population. Notably, the three groups at the lowest end of the education spectrum saw the most significant computer ownership gains over this period. Their rate rose approximately 30 percentage points.

College graduates and postgraduates saw more modest gains with 20 point increases between and Review the following sample concluding sentence: The first decade of the 21st century saw steady gains in computer ownership among a variety of education levels.

To accomplish this, it helps to understand the four scoring categories for Academic Task 1 listed below. Read on for more tips and resources that can help you maximize your score in each of the scoring categories. Following the template above helps you most on this one. Grammatical Range and Accuracy This is a measurement of your ability to use a wide range of grammatical structures without making a lot of grammatical errors.

If you have enough time a few months or more before you take the IELTS, consider taking an English class or investing in a good grammar book for self-study.

I often recommend this grammar book to intermediate and advanced students. It offers clear grammar explanations and contains many practice exercises. The next time you write a practice response, take a close look at your sentence structures. Do you use a variety of sentence patterns? Choosing more descriptive verbs opens up many grammatical possibilities.

For example, you can use adverbs and adverbial phrases to describe an action. There is no need to change this.

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