Learn how to write a letter as part of IELTS General Training, Writing Task 1. Learn about all the important features you need to include to reach a band 7.
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Sorry seems to be the hardest thing to say sometimes, but it doesn’t have to be – especially on the IELTS General Training test. In this blog post, we’ll consider two apology tasks (one personal and one more formal), discuss how to approach each and
This article will look at some of the common letters and give some advice on how to approach each. There are many different types of letters that appear on the test (asking for or giving advice, applying for work, declining an invitation, etc.). One
Finding a subject or situation in an IELTS letter writing task that you have nothing to say about is very rare. Even if you do come across something that seems unusual to you, you can still complete the work if you keep your wits about you.
You are getting ready for the IELTS General Training test and you know that you will be given a short (150 word) letter writing assignment. Are you ready for that?
As you may be aware, there are two types of IELTS tests: the IELTS Academic and the General Training test. Before registering for your IELTS test, one important consideration to keep in mind is which one of these tests you will take.
If you are preparing for the IELTS General Training test, you will be asked to write a letter to a fictional person or organization. The reason for writing the letter and the details you need to include will be given to you.