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Write great letters and essays and achieve the score you want in IELTS writing General Training module

(1) The essentials about the IELTS writing section

  • Introduction
  • What you need to know about Task 1
  • What you need to know about Task 2
  • How your writing is marked
  • The most important thing about writing a letter
  • Understanding the question
  • What you need to do after reading the question
  • How a letter is structured
  • Writing salutation and signing off
  • Writing an opening sentence
  • Writing a purpose statement
  • Writing body paragraphs
  • Writing a concluding sentence
  • Using the right language
  • Maintaining the tone consistently
  • Writing a formal letter
  • Writing a semiformal letter
  • Writing a personal letter
  • A word of advice
  • The final checklist
  • Essay question types
  • Essay structure in a nutshell
  • Paragraphs and paragraphing
  • What you need to do after reading the question
  • What you must have in the introduction
  • Two ways of writing the introduction hands down
  • The structure and more
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 1
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 2
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 3
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 4
  • Language to further explain your main idea
  • Language to present views
  • Language to indicate your disagreement
  • Examples of body paragraph writing and practice questions
  • What you must have in the conclusion
  • Starting your conclusion with a transitional signal
  • Academic English in a nutshell
  • Prepositional phrases that will boost your score
  • Writing Type 1 essays
  • Writing Type 2 essays
  • Writing Type 3 essays
  • The ultimate checklist
  • A word of advice

(2) Writing Task 1: Letter writing fundamentals

  • Introduction
  • What you need to know about Task 1
  • What you need to know about Task 2
  • How your writing is marked
  • The most important thing about writing a letter
  • Understanding the question
  • What you need to do after reading the question
  • How a letter is structured
  • Writing salutation and signing off
  • Writing an opening sentence
  • Writing a purpose statement
  • Writing body paragraphs
  • Writing a concluding sentence
  • Using the right language
  • Maintaining the tone consistently
  • Writing a formal letter
  • Writing a semiformal letter
  • Writing a personal letter
  • A word of advice
  • The final checklist
  • Essay question types
  • Essay structure in a nutshell
  • Paragraphs and paragraphing
  • What you need to do after reading the question
  • What you must have in the introduction
  • Two ways of writing the introduction hands down
  • The structure and more
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 1
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 2
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 3
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 4
  • Language to further explain your main idea
  • Language to present views
  • Language to indicate your disagreement
  • Examples of body paragraph writing and practice questions
  • What you must have in the conclusion
  • Starting your conclusion with a transitional signal
  • Academic English in a nutshell
  • Prepositional phrases that will boost your score
  • Writing Type 1 essays
  • Writing Type 2 essays
  • Writing Type 3 essays
  • The ultimate checklist
  • A word of advice

(3) Writing Task 1: Understanding each part of a letter

  • Introduction
  • What you need to know about Task 1
  • What you need to know about Task 2
  • How your writing is marked
  • The most important thing about writing a letter
  • Understanding the question
  • What you need to do after reading the question
  • How a letter is structured
  • Writing salutation and signing off
  • Writing an opening sentence
  • Writing a purpose statement
  • Writing body paragraphs
  • Writing a concluding sentence
  • Using the right language
  • Maintaining the tone consistently
  • Writing a formal letter
  • Writing a semiformal letter
  • Writing a personal letter
  • A word of advice
  • The final checklist
  • Essay question types
  • Essay structure in a nutshell
  • Paragraphs and paragraphing
  • What you need to do after reading the question
  • What you must have in the introduction
  • Two ways of writing the introduction hands down
  • The structure and more
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 1
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 2
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 3
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 4
  • Language to further explain your main idea
  • Language to present views
  • Language to indicate your disagreement
  • Examples of body paragraph writing and practice questions
  • What you must have in the conclusion
  • Starting your conclusion with a transitional signal
  • Academic English in a nutshell
  • Prepositional phrases that will boost your score
  • Writing Type 1 essays
  • Writing Type 2 essays
  • Writing Type 3 essays
  • The ultimate checklist
  • A word of advice

(4) Writing Task 1: Refining your letter

  • Introduction
  • What you need to know about Task 1
  • What you need to know about Task 2
  • How your writing is marked
  • The most important thing about writing a letter
  • Understanding the question
  • What you need to do after reading the question
  • How a letter is structured
  • Writing salutation and signing off
  • Writing an opening sentence
  • Writing a purpose statement
  • Writing body paragraphs
  • Writing a concluding sentence
  • Using the right language
  • Maintaining the tone consistently
  • Writing a formal letter
  • Writing a semiformal letter
  • Writing a personal letter
  • A word of advice
  • The final checklist
  • Essay question types
  • Essay structure in a nutshell
  • Paragraphs and paragraphing
  • What you need to do after reading the question
  • What you must have in the introduction
  • Two ways of writing the introduction hands down
  • The structure and more
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 1
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 2
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 3
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 4
  • Language to further explain your main idea
  • Language to present views
  • Language to indicate your disagreement
  • Examples of body paragraph writing and practice questions
  • What you must have in the conclusion
  • Starting your conclusion with a transitional signal
  • Academic English in a nutshell
  • Prepositional phrases that will boost your score
  • Writing Type 1 essays
  • Writing Type 2 essays
  • Writing Type 3 essays
  • The ultimate checklist
  • A word of advice

(5) Writing Task 1: Letter examples and explanations

  • Introduction
  • What you need to know about Task 1
  • What you need to know about Task 2
  • How your writing is marked
  • The most important thing about writing a letter
  • Understanding the question
  • What you need to do after reading the question
  • How a letter is structured
  • Writing salutation and signing off
  • Writing an opening sentence
  • Writing a purpose statement
  • Writing body paragraphs
  • Writing a concluding sentence
  • Using the right language
  • Maintaining the tone consistently
  • Writing a formal letter
  • Writing a semiformal letter
  • Writing a personal letter
  • A word of advice
  • The final checklist
  • Essay question types
  • Essay structure in a nutshell
  • Paragraphs and paragraphing
  • What you need to do after reading the question
  • What you must have in the introduction
  • Two ways of writing the introduction hands down
  • The structure and more
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 1
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 2
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 3
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 4
  • Language to further explain your main idea
  • Language to present views
  • Language to indicate your disagreement
  • Examples of body paragraph writing and practice questions
  • What you must have in the conclusion
  • Starting your conclusion with a transitional signal
  • Academic English in a nutshell
  • Prepositional phrases that will boost your score
  • Writing Type 1 essays
  • Writing Type 2 essays
  • Writing Type 3 essays
  • The ultimate checklist
  • A word of advice

(6) Writing Task 1: You are almost there!

  • Introduction
  • What you need to know about Task 1
  • What you need to know about Task 2
  • How your writing is marked
  • The most important thing about writing a letter
  • Understanding the question
  • What you need to do after reading the question
  • How a letter is structured
  • Writing salutation and signing off
  • Writing an opening sentence
  • Writing a purpose statement
  • Writing body paragraphs
  • Writing a concluding sentence
  • Using the right language
  • Maintaining the tone consistently
  • Writing a formal letter
  • Writing a semiformal letter
  • Writing a personal letter
  • A word of advice
  • The final checklist
  • Essay question types
  • Essay structure in a nutshell
  • Paragraphs and paragraphing
  • What you need to do after reading the question
  • What you must have in the introduction
  • Two ways of writing the introduction hands down
  • The structure and more
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 1
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 2
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 3
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 4
  • Language to further explain your main idea
  • Language to present views
  • Language to indicate your disagreement
  • Examples of body paragraph writing and practice questions
  • What you must have in the conclusion
  • Starting your conclusion with a transitional signal
  • Academic English in a nutshell
  • Prepositional phrases that will boost your score
  • Writing Type 1 essays
  • Writing Type 2 essays
  • Writing Type 3 essays
  • The ultimate checklist
  • A word of advice

(7) Writing Task 2: Essay writing fundamentals

  • Introduction
  • What you need to know about Task 1
  • What you need to know about Task 2
  • How your writing is marked
  • The most important thing about writing a letter
  • Understanding the question
  • What you need to do after reading the question
  • How a letter is structured
  • Writing salutation and signing off
  • Writing an opening sentence
  • Writing a purpose statement
  • Writing body paragraphs
  • Writing a concluding sentence
  • Using the right language
  • Maintaining the tone consistently
  • Writing a formal letter
  • Writing a semiformal letter
  • Writing a personal letter
  • A word of advice
  • The final checklist
  • Essay question types
  • Essay structure in a nutshell
  • Paragraphs and paragraphing
  • What you need to do after reading the question
  • What you must have in the introduction
  • Two ways of writing the introduction hands down
  • The structure and more
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 1
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 2
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 3
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 4
  • Language to further explain your main idea
  • Language to present views
  • Language to indicate your disagreement
  • Examples of body paragraph writing and practice questions
  • What you must have in the conclusion
  • Starting your conclusion with a transitional signal
  • Academic English in a nutshell
  • Prepositional phrases that will boost your score
  • Writing Type 1 essays
  • Writing Type 2 essays
  • Writing Type 3 essays
  • The ultimate checklist
  • A word of advice

(8) Writing Task 2: Understanding each part of an essay

  • Introduction
  • What you need to know about Task 1
  • What you need to know about Task 2
  • How your writing is marked
  • The most important thing about writing a letter
  • Understanding the question
  • What you need to do after reading the question
  • How a letter is structured
  • Writing salutation and signing off
  • Writing an opening sentence
  • Writing a purpose statement
  • Writing body paragraphs
  • Writing a concluding sentence
  • Using the right language
  • Maintaining the tone consistently
  • Writing a formal letter
  • Writing a semiformal letter
  • Writing a personal letter
  • A word of advice
  • The final checklist
  • Essay question types
  • Essay structure in a nutshell
  • Paragraphs and paragraphing
  • What you need to do after reading the question
  • What you must have in the introduction
  • Two ways of writing the introduction hands down
  • The structure and more
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 1
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 2
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 3
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 4
  • Language to further explain your main idea
  • Language to present views
  • Language to indicate your disagreement
  • Examples of body paragraph writing and practice questions
  • What you must have in the conclusion
  • Starting your conclusion with a transitional signal
  • Academic English in a nutshell
  • Prepositional phrases that will boost your score
  • Writing Type 1 essays
  • Writing Type 2 essays
  • Writing Type 3 essays
  • The ultimate checklist
  • A word of advice

(9) Writing Task 2: Essay examples and explanations

  • Introduction
  • What you need to know about Task 1
  • What you need to know about Task 2
  • How your writing is marked
  • The most important thing about writing a letter
  • Understanding the question
  • What you need to do after reading the question
  • How a letter is structured
  • Writing salutation and signing off
  • Writing an opening sentence
  • Writing a purpose statement
  • Writing body paragraphs
  • Writing a concluding sentence
  • Using the right language
  • Maintaining the tone consistently
  • Writing a formal letter
  • Writing a semiformal letter
  • Writing a personal letter
  • A word of advice
  • The final checklist
  • Essay question types
  • Essay structure in a nutshell
  • Paragraphs and paragraphing
  • What you need to do after reading the question
  • What you must have in the introduction
  • Two ways of writing the introduction hands down
  • The structure and more
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 1
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 2
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 3
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 4
  • Language to further explain your main idea
  • Language to present views
  • Language to indicate your disagreement
  • Examples of body paragraph writing and practice questions
  • What you must have in the conclusion
  • Starting your conclusion with a transitional signal
  • Academic English in a nutshell
  • Prepositional phrases that will boost your score
  • Writing Type 1 essays
  • Writing Type 2 essays
  • Writing Type 3 essays
  • The ultimate checklist
  • A word of advice

(10) Writing Task 2: You are almost there!

  • Introduction
  • What you need to know about Task 1
  • What you need to know about Task 2
  • How your writing is marked
  • The most important thing about writing a letter
  • Understanding the question
  • What you need to do after reading the question
  • How a letter is structured
  • Writing salutation and signing off
  • Writing an opening sentence
  • Writing a purpose statement
  • Writing body paragraphs
  • Writing a concluding sentence
  • Using the right language
  • Maintaining the tone consistently
  • Writing a formal letter
  • Writing a semiformal letter
  • Writing a personal letter
  • A word of advice
  • The final checklist
  • Essay question types
  • Essay structure in a nutshell
  • Paragraphs and paragraphing
  • What you need to do after reading the question
  • What you must have in the introduction
  • Two ways of writing the introduction hands down
  • The structure and more
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 1
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 2
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 3
  • Making your writing more cohesive Part 4
  • Language to further explain your main idea
  • Language to present views
  • Language to indicate your disagreement
  • Examples of body paragraph writing and practice questions
  • What you must have in the conclusion
  • Starting your conclusion with a transitional signal
  • Academic English in a nutshell
  • Prepositional phrases that will boost your score
  • Writing Type 1 essays
  • Writing Type 2 essays
  • Writing Type 3 essays
  • The ultimate checklist
  • A word of advice

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