IELTS Writing

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IELTS Writing

Know Your Tenses…

Our review and practice materials for basic tenses will help you clean up your tenses for your IELTS writing, speaking, listening and reading.

Know Your Tenses…

Before you register for your IELTS Test, make sure your tenses are correct. Your tenses need to be accurate for your IELTS writing, speaking, listening, and reading. In each of these sections your examiner will know immediately if your tenses lack accuracy. For a high score your tenses need to be almost perfect.

IELTS Writing Tutors

If you’re not confident about your tenses and structures, our IELTS tutors can help you online or in our classroom. Tutoring classes are one-to-one, and you may only need one or two classes to familiarize yourself with the requirements of your desired level.

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Know Your Tenses…

Our  review and practice material for your   perfect tenses, both active and passive, will help you increase the accuracy of your perfect tenses.

IELTS Writing Task 1 – General

The first IELTS writing task asks you write a letter. Topics vary, but you should be ready to write about every day experiences and things that people often complain or need more information about, like: neighbours, restaurants, customer service, hotels, courses, and services.

Your letter must have:

* An introduction that identifies the purpose of your email.
* At least two paragraphs that develop the bulleted points.
* A conclusion or concluding sentence.
* An appropriate salutation

If you have completed an IELTS writing Task 1 response and would like to have it corrected, please include the question and submit it here for corrections and feedback.

IELTS Writing Task 2 Essay – General

The second IELTS Writing task for the general test asks you to express your opinion about a topic. The topics are quite varied, but you should be ready to offer your opinion about common topics.

Remember that your essay must have:

* An introduction that identifies the main ideas you intend to develop.
* Paragraphs that develop your main ideas.
* A conclusion

If you have completed an IELTS writing Task 2 response and would like to have it corrected, please include the question and submit it here for corrections and feedback.

IELTS Writing Task 1 – Academic

The first IELTS writing task for the academic test task asks you to prepare a report about a diagram. The diagram may be a graph, a bar chart, a map, a table, a process, or a pie chart.

Your essay must have:

* A restatement of  the question.
* An overview that identifies the significant trends.
* At least two paragraphs that expand on the significant trends you’ve identified.
* A conclusion summarizing the main trends.

If you have completed an IELTS writing Task 1 response and would like to have it corrected, please include the question and submit it here for corrections and feedback.

IELTS Writing Task 2 – Academic

In the second IELTS writing task for the academic test, you are asked to express your opinion about a topic. You should be ready to offer your opinion about common topics.

Remember that your essay must have:

* An introduction identifying your main ideas.
* Paragraphs that develop your main ideas.
* A conclusion

If you have completed an IELTS writing Task 2 response and would like to have it corrected, please include the question and submit it here for corrections and feedback.