Tag Archives: Writing Tips
This blog post gives seven practical tips for writing or improving your essay writing. It starts the whole process from the scratch and points out how you should go about any essay writing. Understand this process, apply it and improve your writing.
Rules for Punctuation marks in English Punctuation is an essential component of effective writing. It is extremely important for making your writing more clear and improper use of punctuations can make your writing difficult to understand or read. So, it’s important to know how to use these punctuations (colon, semi-colon, hyphen, etc.) Once again, I have this great infographic from Grammar.Net and they clearly explain how to use these punctuation marks. I have added my extra notes to make it more clear. [Infographic provided by Grammar.net] Further explanation for Writing Punctuation marks in Written English 1. Full Stop (Period): The full stop is used to mark the end of a …
This blog post explains the importance of Coherence and Cohesion. How you can build up your Coherence at paragraph level and at essay level.
What actually makes your paragraph and essay cohesive?
All these questions are answered in brief in this particular post.
This blog post explains what constitutes higher band vocabulary in IELTS exams. It is not necessary to use very complex and difficult words to get band 7.0 or more. You simply need to use proper words in proper manner.
This is what I tried to explain in this post.
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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 …