IELTS Writing Sample Answers

IELTS Writing Sample Answers
IELTS Writing Sample Answers   Recent IELTS Writing Task 2 Questions and Sample Answers Question: Some people believe that technology has made man more social. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion? IELTS Writing Sample Answers:  A range of people believe that the spark of technology has made human beings a bit more social. I actually possess a mixture of opinions in this regard. It is true that technological sector has developed to a great extent in recent time, but it is also true that it has made people more active virtually rather making them moreRead more

Coherence and Cohesion in IELTS Writing | Number 1 and best tips for C & C

By Next Step Learning, Best IELTS Coaching in Dhaka Coherence and Cohesion in IELTS Writing   Coherence and cohesion is a vital feature of your writing. It carries 25% mark of your Writing Module. Only by managing the coherence and cohesion perfectly you can make your content much easier for the reader to understand. There are several ways to make your writing cohesive and coherent. First of all, planning your writing (specially task 2 of the IELTS writing) can help you make your writing coherent and cohesive. Moreover, correct use of the cohesive devices can help you a lot inRead more

IELTS writing task 2 Structure & tips

IELTS writing task 2 structure
Overview of IELTS Task 2 IELTS writing Task 2 requires the candidates to write a composition on a specific topic. These topics are usually based on social, environmental or economic issues and concerns. These are of general nature and designed as such that the candidates need no specialized knowledge on them. The examinees are expected to produce an academic style composition, usually targeted towards educated non- specialists. In order to suit the task in the question, a certain style stared below should be followed. The question in the IELTS test will essentially follow the types below- Argument Cause and EffectRead more


9 COMMON MISTAKES OF IELTS WRITING 9 COMMON MISTAKES OF IELTS WRITING Here's 9 most common mistakes of IELTS writing those we've noticed at our IELTS  class tests and mock tests. Hope you will be able to avoid those in future. Not managing the time: Generally, you will get 20 minutes for IELTS writing task 1. But it would be better if you spend 15 minutes in the 1st task and save extra 5 minutes for revising at the end of your writing task. To finish task 1 within 15 minutes you have to practice a lot surely. Else, itRead more