How to Understand and Analyze an IELTS Writing Task 2 Question

This article will help you understand IELTS writing questions and answer these questions more effectively. One of the main reasons students fail to get the score they deserve in writing task 2 is not analysing the question effectively. I had one student recently who had great grammar and vocabulary, but always failed to read and

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HOW TO GET BAND 9 IN IELTS LISTENING

One of the most important modules of IELTS is the listening part which actually plays a big role in increasing the group of individuals in the IELTS test. Goes. Typically, the listening test takes about 30-35 minutes to complete and is followed by an additional 10 minutes to allow candidates to switch from the listening

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IELTS Test Paper (Academic) in Amritsar

Writing test Writing task 1 (a report) We were given a graph showing annual salaries for language-related jobs in five international cities. Writing task 2 (an essay) Nowadays online shopping is rapidly replacing physical shopping in stores. What are the positives and negatives of this development, in your opinion? Give some relevant examples. It is

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IELTS Test Paper (Academic) in Amritsar

Listening test Part 1. Summer camp application form. Questions: filling in blanks, short-answer questions (no more than 2 words). Part 2. A map description. Questions: multiple choice, map labeling. Part 3. A conversation between a university student and his professor. Questions: multiple choice. Part 4. About rural areas and environment in general. Questions: filling in

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IELTS Test Paper (Academic) in Patiala

Listening test Part 1 Questions: short-answer questions (no more than 2 words). Part 2 Questions: multiple choice, matching information. Part 3 Questions: multiple choice, matching information. Part 4 Questions: short-answer questions (no more than 1 word). Reading test Passage 1 Questions: True/False/Not Given, short-answer questions. Passage 2 Questions: filling in blanks, matching information. Passage 3

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IELTS Test Paper (Academic) in Chandigarh

Listening test Part 1 Questions: short-answer questions (no more than 2 words). Part 2 Questions: multiple choice, matching information. Part 3 Questions: multiple choice, matching information. Part 4 Questions: short-answer questions (no more than 1 word). Reading test Passage 1 Questions: True/False/Not Given, short-answer questions. Passage 2 Questions: filling in blanks, matching information. Passage 3

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