Essential points for writing a good introduction

Essential points for writing a good introduction in Writing Task 2

Introduction is an imperative part of a Writing Task 2. It should be impressive in such a manner that examiner gets a clear viewpoint of your essay. Moreover, it creates a first positive impression on the examiner hence, it should be specific  and relevant to the given statement. 1. Analyse the statement In Writing Task 2, one statement is given along with the questions based on the topic. Candidate should analyse the given statement properly because the whole essay depends on [...]



 IELTS READING Reading is one of the four modules of the IELTS test. This module differs for the students who are appearing for the Academic and General Training exam. The number of and type of questions remain same but the context of questions and passages vary.  About the module For the IELTS Academic reading, there are 40 questions which are divided into 3sections. Each section contains one long passage. These passages can be from scientific journals, magazines, newspaper articles and books. However, for [...]

The way to boost your score in IELTS

Collocations –The way to boost your score in IELTS

Collocations are a combination of two or more words to express your views in a better efficient way. As the word suggests, Co – meaning together and location – meaning place. It is essential to learn collocation to make your English sound fluent and natural. One of the examples of collocation is “heavy rain” instead of “strong rain”, which conveys the desired message. Hence, the usage of such appropriate words at the right place can help you to convey your message correctly. There are [...]

Importance of Coherence and Cohesion in IELTS Writing Task

Importance of Coherence and Cohesion in IELTS Writing Task

One of the ways to ace IELTS exam is to know how the test is scored as this will help you to increase your band score. Understanding the scoring pattern of the test enables you to recognize the expectation of examiner. You can then focus on those essential things and fetch a good score. One of the significant out of the four criteria on which the IELTS Writing Test Task 2 is scored is Coherence & Cohesion. Coherence & Cohesion holds the [...]

Practice Fluency isn’t just a speaking skill

Practice – Fluency isn’t just a speaking skill!

Fluency plays an important role in every language. Talking about IELTS, fluency is not just an imperative factor to be considered in the speaking module but it is also important in the other three modules. Following points will elaborate the vital role of fluency in reading, writing and listening. Fluency in Reading         Fluent readers can easily skim and scan the passages. Such readers are usually focused on their task achievement. Hence, this helps them in finding the answers quickly. Furthermore, this [...]

How to use the vocabulary you've learnt

How to use the vocabulary you’ve learnt

You spent a lot of time writing down new words. You spent an equally good time searching their meanings and memorizing them. Now you’re just hoping you’d get a chance to use them; tick tock and you’re off the clock. So what exactly happened? Did the opportunity never came or did you not see it? Perhaps, you never saw those words the way you were supposed to: less fancy and more of a help in a conversation. The words you’ve been writing down [...]

Importance of Tone

The importance of tone

On the IELTS Writing test, one thing that we must consider is tone. In fact, tone is something that is important whether we are communicating in writing or when we are speaking. Using the correct tone helps to ensure our message is received clearly and in the way we intend. Let’s begin by reviewing the different sections of the Academic and General Training IELTS tests: Academic Test Task 1 – a description, summary or explanation of a graph, table, chart or diagram Task [...]

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Few Mistakes Which MUST NOT be Done in IELTS Writing

Few common mistakes are observed in IELTS writing test which should not be done. Something This word is not seen in any formal writing and it is considered as an informal word.As writing of Ielts is formal and these things should be avoidable.For instance, One must do something whenever he is free” is informal sentence.“One must do random chores in free time.” is a formal sentence which should be used in IELTS writing. So-so This word is used to describe ordinary things or [...]

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Using Idioms In IELTS Speaking Test

Use of idioms is one of the major differences between native English speakers and those who learn English as a second language. Idioms can really help to improve your score in the IELTS speaking test but can also result in lowering the score if not used correctly. Before discussing further, let’s have a little talk about the meaning of idioms An idiom is a group of words or phrases that has a meaning which is not clear through the words used. For instance, ‘It’s raining cats and dogs’ means that [...]

IELTS Success Formula – What to keep in mind for scoring a good band.

The Success of IELTS depends on the number of factors. Basic English Skills+ Analytical skills and Reasoning + Common sense + General Idea about world issues + Presence of mind + Vocabulary knowledge + Relevant Training IELTS has no set or predefined syllabus or course material It means that cramming or attempting any number of tests or reading multitude of books does not mean that you have covered the full extent or scope out of which the test will be conducted. The [...]