Category Archives: General Writing Task 1

This section is specifically for General Training module candidates. Those students who are taking IELTS – General Training module will have Letter Writing in the Writing Task 1. This is similar to e-mail correspondences in real life conditions. In this section, we will learn formal and informal letter writing.

Endings for formal and informal letters

This blog post explains the endings of formal and informal letters. You can simply use them in your letters and create a huge impact with certain stock sentences and phrases. Use them with all your letters.

This post explains clear distinction between formal and informal letter endings with examples.

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Beginning for Formal and informal letters

This blog post gives few stock sentences that can be helpful if you English level is very low. Personally, I think such kind of sentences are very useful as a preparatory phase and gradually you will start creating you own sentences with such tone and accuracy.

Hope you find this post useful.
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Letter Writing: First Paragraph structure

This blog post explains you how you can structure your first paragraph in the letter. Generally, everything you write is structured in a proper manner and it is necessary to make your point clear from the beginning.

So, learn how you can frame your paragraph at the top.

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IELTS Writing: Task Response

This post explains the requirements of Task Response. What do you mean by Task Response and how you can achieve higher points for task response. It also points to some of the common mistakes by students in general.

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IELTS Writing Tip: Use original answer sheets

Writing Tip: Use official IELTS answer sheets When you’re preparing for writing, it is absolutely must that you prepare well with proper word count to fulfill the basic requirement. You should be able to count the number of words in your answer sheet to ensure that you have written enough in the answer sheet. Why should you use answer sheets? In IELTS exam, time is your enemy and you should try to save as much time as you can. In writing, probably you can save few minutes that you would probably use counting the number of words. This is simply straight forward because here you practise in a real answer …

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