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Friday, September 21, 2018

IELTS Writing Tips: How to Use Relative Clauses


Did you know that using various types of sentences is the key to get a high band score in the IELTS writing test? As a student enrolled in an IELTS UKVI review center, it is important that you understand the four types of a sentence such as simple, compound, complex and compound-complex.

However, most test takers find it hard to construct good complex sentences in their essays. To help you overcome this and boost your IELTS training, check out these writing tips on how to use relative clauses in complex sentences.

Friday, September 14, 2018

6 Sentences to Avoid in the IELTS Writing Test


One way to boost your IELTS training and ace the exam is to hone your writing skills. As a test taker, it is essential to look for various writing tips and strategies that can help enhance your language skills. For instance, using writing prompts and avoiding fluff writing are some of the strategies that you can use to construct a good essay in the IELTS writing test.

However, some test takers tend to include unnecessary sentences in their IELTS essays. These sentences have been overused in the IELTS writing test and considered as learned expressions, which are not accepted by the examiner.

Friday, September 7, 2018

How to Delete/Add Words in the IELTS Writing Test


Proofreading is essential in the IELTS writing test. You have to check your essay and look for any errors (spelling, grammar, and sentence structure) before you submit it to your IELTS examiner. However, committing a lot of mistakes in writing can be tricky. You have to delete/add some words to improve your essay. Although deleting or adding words is fine in the IELTS writing test, you still need to be very careful when doing these actions so you don’t end up having a messy essay.