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IELTS Test Strategies - Writing Test Strategies

IELTS Tips has compiled a number of exercises for IELTS candidates who want to improve their Writing Test techniques. They are available as a web page and also as PDF files. To access the PDF files, you will need Adobe Reader.

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Exercises

Complete the exercises and compare your answers where there are answer keys:

  1. How do I use linking words effectively?   Web | PDF | Key
  2. FAQs about Pie Chart Questions - Task 1   Web | PDF | Key
  3. Useful Language for Pie Charts  Web | PDF | Key
  4. Understanding what you are writing about in Task 1?   Web | PDF | Key
  5. How do I organise my answer to Writing Task 2?  Web | PDF | Key
  6. Understanding what you are being asked to write about in Task 2.  Web | PDF | Key
  7. What do the Writing Task 2 questions mean?  Web | PDF | Key

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avatar Julia Robert
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Thanks for sharing this nice post.It is very important learn about all IELTS Tips for best preparation of IELTS.
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I think the Expression used is correct. Not all expressions has to be in a dictionary. An expression is an expression that is to say that it may come from your own thoughts. The main point to the exam is you present the arguments using uncomplicated words. The \"on the one hand\" it easy to recognize that you are about to present first a stand opposite to the other. DI BA?
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I saw the expression \"on the one hand\" in your writing exercises. I checked dictionaries and encylopedias but there is no \"on the one hand.\" Is this expression grammatically correct?
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