Friday 18 October 2019

High scoring IELTS Writing Model Answers based on Past Papers

 High scoring IELTS Writing Model Answers based on Past Papers book contains a total of 79 test questions, carefully chosen from almost 100 real test questions to reflect test trends and the exact difficulty level in recent years. The questions chosen include all areas of study of the IELTS Writing Module. For example, as regards argumentative essays, this book contains a broad range of topics such as culture, education, science and technology, social issues, and climate. For academic graph essays, samples of each form are provided with full graph read and language use guidance. For General Training letters, readers can find a wide range of samples, from formal letters of complaint/suggestion to informal letters of friendship.

The most experienced teachers have been teaching and studying IELTS for years. All model essays were published in this book. All these essays use basic languages and recognizable frameworks for the benefit of students so that they can act truly as models for popular candidates. Most of these essays, however, varying with a length of 200 to 300 pages, are detailed and meet the highest language and ideological requirements. Taking into account the performance criteria, all of them achieve the highest marks.

The chapters list all IELTS Writing exam questions by subject area from 2007 to 2009. The Task Strategies for IELTS Writing is largely decided by the topics; once you have a clear understanding of a certain type of topic and know how to construct your arguments, you can tackle similar issues of the same topic. It is recommended that students pick up additional test questions from the 79 model essays and try to incorporate what they find useful and interesting. They may thus consciously apply the vocabulary, frameworks, and ideas formed in these model essays and make them firmly part of their language skills.

In this book "High scoring IELTS Writing Model Answers based on Past Papers" contains a description of the chosen vocabulary and structures following each model essay. The items chosen for clarification are not inherently "new" or "difficult;" instead, they are considered realistic and most efficient in addressing particular IELTS Writing tasks. Many candidates blame their poor vocabulary for the difficulty of improving the quality of their writing. That's just part of the problem, though: what the IELTS Writing test aims at evaluating you is not "how many words you know," but "how well you can use the words you know."Therefore there are few terms in this part that looks plain, but we recommend that you carefully study the definition and read examples to fully understand their use. You will find that learning how to use words in context properly is one of the best ways to enhance your writing skills in general and IELTS Writing in particular. High-scoring IELTS Writing Model Answers (based on past papers) is our hope that will be your great help in getting your targeteed score in the shortest possible time.

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