Quiz - IELTS Graph Language

When you write about a graph or chart and use IELTS graph language, you need to be flexible with the data you describe.

You will achieve a higher score if you are able to show that you can use a variety of vocabulary.

This sample pie chart lesson shows how a mix of language is used.

The quizzes on the following pages are designed so that you can improve your flexibiliy or test what you know from your own knowledge.

Drag and drop the box on the right underneath the box on the left that you think means the same thing.

If it is wrong, it will show up in red. You will then need to drag it back and try again.

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IELTS Graph Language - Quiz One

 

75%
66%
25%
10%
20%
40%
50%
5%
80%
60%
three-quarters
two-thirds
a quarter
one in ten
a fifth
two-fifths
half
one in twenty
four-fifths
three-fifths

 

 

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Writing Task 1 (Academic)

Lesson 1:
Describing a Graph Over Time

Lesson 2:
Describing an IELTS Pie Chart

Lesson 3:
Describing an IELTS Process

Lesson 4:
Describing two graphs together

Lesson 5:
Common Language of Change

Lesson 6:
Gap Fill - Bar Chart

Lesson 7:
Gap Fill - Line Graph

Lesson 8:
Common Language to Compare and Contrast

Lesson 9:
A Common Mistake

Lesson 10:
Describing Tables

Lesson 11:
Organizing your answer

Lesson 12:
Gap Fill - Table

Lesson 13:
Using Prepositions

Lesson 14:
Describing the future

Lesson 15:
Gap Fill - Pie Chart


Writing Task 1 (GT)

Lesson 1:
Opening and Closing a Letter


 




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