Here we have a number of IELTS videos to help you prepare for and understand the exam.
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This video tells you the basics of what to expect in the IELTS Writing Academic Task 1 part of the test.
Find out what kind of graphs or diagrams you may get and the language you'll need to be successful.
This often leaves candidates practicing for the test confused! Find out for sure what you need to do here.
Sometimes in IELTS writing academic task 1 you will be given a process to write about.
This lesson explains the key things you need to know in order to write about a process and get a high score.
Another possibility for a task 1 in academic is a table. This lesson explains the key elements needed to write a high-scoring response to a table.
By using the example of a band 9 letter, this IELTS video shows you exactly what you need to do to get a high score in your task 1 for general training.
You have to write an essay for both academic and general training, so these IELTS videos are relevant to both.
This IELTS video shows you how to generally structure and write an IELTS type short essay in the test. It does this by using the example of an agree / disagree type question.
This next IELTS video provides an overview of the basics of the IELTS Writing Task 2 Essay.
Find out about the different types of essay question you could get.
Brainstorming and planning is a key step to developing a well-supported essay, so you should not miss this out. This lesson explains how to brainstorm and plan.
Many students waste time writing a long essay introduction in the test, which is not clear or does not leave them enough time to finish the essay.
Find out how to write a quick and coherent IELTS essay introduction for the academic or general training Task 2.
Your thesis statement in your IELTS essay is a critical part of your introduction. It must be written clearly and concisely so the examiner knows what your essay will be about and (if asked for) what your opinion is. This lesson shows you how to write an effective thesis statement quickly.
IELTS Essay transitions are important.
This lesson tell you how you can move from an IELTS band 6 to IELTS band 7 for Coherence and Cohesion by improving your linking words, or transitions, between sentences and paragraphs.
These come under cohesive devices in the marking system.
Whether to use personal pronouns (e.g. "I", "you", "we" and "they") in essays for IELTS is a question that comes up often with students studying for the test.
Find out if and how you can use them without affecting your score.
The reading part of the test is difficult, even for native speakers in cases.
These IELTS video lectures guide you step-by-step through a real IELTS test reading passage, looking at the answers and discussing how to make the correct choice.
In this IELTS video I've picked out for you 10 of the best IELTS listening tips.
It is common in part 3 to be asked to compare a current situation with how it was in the past. This IELTS video gives you useful language for answering such questions.
This IELTS video provides you with an overview of the types of questions you will get in parts 1, 2, and 3 of the speaking test.
Listen to a response of somebody talking about a present they gave to someone.
Often IELTS students are confused by how the scoring works in IELTS.
How is each module graded? How is your total score worked out? And what can you do if you do not agree with the score?
Good grammar is obviously very important for the IELTS test so they can provide you with some general grammar training if you are weak in that area.
This IELTS video explains the main types of complex sentences you can add to your writing to ensure you score well for grammatical range and accuracy.
Using a mix of accurate complex sentences is crucial if you want a band 6 or above for your grammar in your writing. To do this you must understand the differing types of dependent clause.
We use reported speech to report back what someone said. This lesson explains how the tenses change when you do this.
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