Details of the ielts Writing Test

 

Procedure of the ielts test

 

Ielts writing test is the third test you do on the test day. You have 60 minutes for this test. There are two tasks or parts to do. You will be given a card with the two tasks – one task on each side of the card. You can make notes or write your plans on the card but it will not be seen by the examiner.

You will also be given an answer booklet. You have to write your essays in the answer booklet. Notes are not acceptable and essays under the word limit will be penalized.

 


The Tasks

IELTS Writing Task 1

 

This task tests your ability to perform one or more of the following functions in English:


describe and interpret graphic data

 

describe the stages of a process or procedure describe an object or event or sequence of events explain how something works

 

The question

 

You are given graphic or pictorial information and you have to write a description of this information.

 

Bar charts, line graphs, pie charts and tables are most frequently given for this task. However, you could also be given an object or series of pictures or diagrams or a flow chart to describe.

 

If graphs are used there may be just one – usually a line graph or a bar chart. However, there could also be more than one of the same type of graph or a combination of graphs and charts. For example, you could get a bar chart and a pie chart together (see Cambridge IELTS 1, p.31) or a line graph and a table.



IELTS Writing Length & Timing

 

You have to write at least 150 words.


You are advised to spend 20 minutes on this task.

 

IELTS Writing Marking System

 

Your performance in Task 1 will be assessed on the criteria below:

 

IELTS Writing Task Achievement

Being able to follow the instructions properly.

Being able to write a clear, accurate and relevant description of the information.

Being able to focus on the important trends presented as graphic information.

 

Coherence and Cohesion in IELTS

 

Being able to organize your writing using a suitable structure. Using connective words to link sentences and paragraphs logically. Lexical Resources

 

Being able to use a wide range of vocabulary naturally.

Being able to spell accurately and using the appropriate word formation. Grammatical Range and Accuracy

Using the appropriate grammatical structures accurately Using a variety of sentence structures.

 

Task 1 – Bar and line graphs, pie charts & tables description in IELTS

 

Look at the two examples below.

 

Example 1

 

You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.

 

The chart below shows how primary, secondary and tertiary students in Britain spend their free time.

Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

 

You should write at least 150 words.

How students in Britain spend their free time (5 or more hours a week).

 

ielts task 1 1

 

Example 2

 

You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.


The pie charts below show incidences of firework injuries in Great Britain in 1984 and 1998.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

 

You should write at least 150 words.

 

Incidences of firework accidents in 1984.

 

ielts task 1 2


How to do Task 1 – Bar and line graphs, pie charts & tables

 

· Spend about 5 minutes reading the graph(s) or chart(s) and preparing your answer.

· Make sure you understand what the axis on the graph(s) or the percentages in the pie chart(s) represent.
· Make sure you follow the lines in a line graph correctly and don’t confuse the individual lines if more than one is present. (See Cambridge IELTS 1, p.72 for example).
· Remember there will usually be too much information for you to describe every detail, so you will need to focus on the key information or significant trends.

· If there are two graphs or charts look for ways to compare the data.

· Think about the time period represented and the tense(s) you should be using.

· Think about varying your vocabulary and avoiding repetition by using synonyms. If, for example, the graph refers to job types – interchange ‘jobs’, ‘occupations’, ‘types of employment/work’ etc.
· Make sure you organize your information clearly. You will need an introductory statement, body and conclusion.

 

Your introduction should introduce the graph(s) by stating what

it represents and give an overview to describe what the overall trend is.
v Your body will need to describe the graph(s) in detail.
v Your conclusion should include a brief summary your report.

· Don’t copy phrases from the question as this will not be assessed. Use your own words.
· Don’t include information that is not on the graph or in the chart. This may be considered irrelevant and cause you to get a lower mark.
· Don’t take more than 20 minutes over this task.

· Try to write neatly and cross out errors with one line only.

· Leave a couple of minutes to read through what you have written.

 

Remember


that you will receive a higher mark if your use a range of structures and vocabulary.
you are NOT being asked for your opinion on the information, just to report it. An opinion would be considered ‘irrelevant’ for this task.

 

IETLS Writing Task 1 - Processes or flow charts

Look at the example below.

 

You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.

 

The following flowchart shows the process students at an English language school go through.

 

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

You should write at least 150 words.

 

ietls task 1 3

 

How to do Task 1 – Processes and flow charts

 

· Spend about 5 minutes studying the

 

flow chart or diagram and preparing your answer.

 

· Make sure you understand what the important stages of the flow chart or diagram are and that you know what order they all come in. Find a place to begin and work your way through or around the diagram or chart.

 

· You will need to include all the stages in your description.

 

· Make sure you are aware of any stages that happen at the same time as other stages or are alternatives.


· You will probably be using the present simple passive and present simple if you are describing a process.


· Use any notes on the diagram but put them into your own words.

 

· Think about varying your vocabulary. Use synonyms. If, for example, the diagram describes jobs – interchange ‘jobs’, ‘occupations’, ‘types of employment/work’ etc.


· Make sure you organize your information clearly. You will need an introduction and body for this report. A conclusion is not necessary.

Your introduction should introduce the process or flow chart and give an overview to summarize its overall function.
Your body will describe the process or flow chart in a logical order.

 · For this report you will need to guide the reader with sequence expressions such as ‘first of all’, ‘after that’, ‘at the same time’,‘concurrently’ etc. (See Holmesglen website downloadable writing booklet p.39).


· Don’t copy phrases from the instructions as this will not be assessed. Use your own words.

 

· Don’t take more than 20 minutes over this task.

 

· Try to write neatly and cross out errors with one line only.

 

· Leave a couple of minutes to read through what you have written.

 


Remember

 

that you will receive a higher mark if your use a range of structures and vocabulary.

you are NOT being asked for your opinion on the information, just to report it. An opinion would be considered ‘irrelevant’ for this task.

 

IELTS Writing Task 1 - Objects / how something works

 

See the example below.

 

You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.


The diagrams below show how to plumb in a washing machine.

 

Summarize the information by describing the main features and explaining how a washing machine works.

You should write at least 150 words.

 

ielts task 1 4 

 

How to do Task 1 – Objects/how something works

 

· Spend about 5 minutes studying the object and preparing your answer.

 

· Make sure you understand how the object works. Find the most logical place to begin a description of the object.

 

· If you don’t know the precise word to describe part of the object, think of another way of saying it. You are not expected to have technical knowledge.

 

· Concentrate on significant features.

 

· You are not being asked for the reasons for the development of the object, just a description of it.

· Think about varying your vocabulary – using synonyms.

 

· Make sure you organize your information clearly. You will need an introduction and body. A conclusion is not necessary.

 

Begin with a brief description of the structure and function of the object.

 

Then describe step-by-step how it works.

 

· Remember for this report you will need to guide the reader with sequence expressions such as ‘first of all’, ‘after that’, ‘at the same time’, ‘concurrently’ etc.

 

· Don’t copy phrases from the instructions as this will not be assessed. Use your own words.

 

· Don’t take more than 20 minutes over this task.

 

· Try to write neatly. Cross out errors with one line only.

 

· Leave a couple of minutes to read through what you have written.

 

 

Remember


that you will receive a higher mark if your use a range of structures and vocabulary.

you are NOT being asked for your opinion on the information, just to report it. An opinion would be considered ‘irrelevant’ for this task.

 

· Become familiar with the graph types. See Focus on IELTS, p.33.

 

· Do lots of practice exercises in describing graphs. See Focus on IELTS, pp.17-18; Insight, pp.67-75 & p.115.

· Practise identifying key information in graphs and charts. See Focus on IELTS, p.101.

· Practise working out what graph axes represent. See Insight into IELTS, pp.70-72.

· Become familiar with a variety of ways to:



express percentages

 

express numbers & statistical data

 

express the key points in a graph or describe trends

describe increase and decrease

 

make comparisons between data.

For example, ‘words to describe the degree of change’ – ‘slight’, ‘dramatic’, ‘significant’ & ‘moderate’. See Preparation & Practice: Writing p.107- 115;  Focus on IELTS, p.18 & p.23, pp.33- 35, p.39; Insight into IELTS, p.69 & 74; Helpful Hints for IELTS, p.58-59.

 

· Look at the language used for:

 

describing charts (e.g. pie charts). See Preparation & Practice: Writing p.119.

 

describing tables.See Focus on IELTS, pp.67-68;describing a process.See Focus on IELTS, p.83–85.

 

describing how something works. See Focus on IELTS, p.131. describing and comparing objects. See Focus on IELTS, p.166. writing introductory sentences. See Preparation & Practice: Writing p.121.

 

making reference to graphs/figures. See Helpful Hints, p.56.

 

· Make sure you know how to use ‘sequencing expressions’ when describing a process. See Focus on IELTS, p.87.

 

· Think about the topics that could be used for this task. For example, for graphs and tables, information on:


Births Crime Deaths Education Environment Heath Leisure Old Age Populations

 

Science & technology Transport

 

Travel & tourism Work

 


Practice for Task 1

 

Graphs/tables/charts

Focus on IELTS: p.102, p.117, p.150, p.182

Insight into IELTS: p.116 & p.117

 

Preparation & Practice - Writing: p. 116, p.123, p.133, p.135Helpful Hints for IELTS: p.104. p.138, p.150

Cambridge IELTS 1: p.31, p.72

Cambridge IELTS 2: p.27, p.51, p.73, p.95

Cambridge IELTS 3: p.27, p.51, p.73, p.97

Cambridge IELTS 4: p.31, p.54, p.78, p.100

Cambridge IELTS 5: p.29, p.52, p.98

Cambridge IELTS 6: p.30, p. 52, p.98

 

Cambridge IELTS 7: p.30, p.53, p.78, p.101 IELTS Foundation:p.69, pp.37-45

 

IELTS Academic Practice Tests: p.72, p.74, p.76

 

IELTS to Success: pp. 26-29, p.130, p.132, p.134

Focus on IELTS Practice Tests: p.72, p.74, p.76

Action Plan for IELTS: p.62, p.64, p.65, p.67

 

Strategies to Success: p.65, p.67

 

Processes

 

Focus on IELTS: p.85

Insight into IELTS: p.77

Preparation & Practice – Writing: p.127, p.129

Cambridge IELTS 1: p.51

Cambridge IELTS 6: p.75

IELTS Foundation: p.46

Strategies to Success: p.55

Action Plan for IELTS: p.63, p.68, p.104

 

Objects

 

Focus on IELTS: p.166, p.214

Cambridge IELTS 5: p.75

 


IELTS Writing Task 2

 

This task tests your ability to do one or more of the following:

 


present and justify opinions

 

argue a case

evaluate and challenge ideas, evidence and argument

 

IELTS Writing Task 2 Questions

 

You are given a discussion topic. The question will either present you with an opinion or an argument. You have to discuss the question with two or three main points and supporting detail for each point.

 

IELTS Writing Task 2 Length & Timing

 

You have to write at least 250 words.


You are advised to spend 40 minutes on this task.

 

IELTS Writing Task 2 Marking system

 

Your performance in Task 2 will be assessed on the criteria below:


Task Response

Being able to present a clear position with a logical, well-supported argument.

Being able to support your argument with personal experience and reasons.

Being able to focus on the topic and not include anything irrelevant.

 

Coherence and Cohesion

Being able to write fluently enough to make your message clear to the reader.

Being able to write cohesive sentences and paragraphs.

 

Lexical Resource

Being able to use a wide range of vocabulary naturally.

Being able to spell accurately and using the appropriate word formation. Grammatical Range and Accuracy

Using the appropriate grammatical structures accurately Using a variety of sentence structures.

 

This task carries more weight in marking than Task 1. If, for example, you get a 5 in Task 1 and a 6 in this task, you will get a 6 overall.

 


Task 2 Questions


Look at the example below.

 

You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.

 

Write about the following topic:

 

A great many countries around the world are losing their cultural identity because of the Internet.

To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement?

 

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.

 

You should write at least 250 words.

 

How to do Task 2

 

· Study the question carefully. The instructions will always start with the sentence ‘Write about the following topic…’ and include the sentence beginning ‘Give reasons for your answer…’.

 

· Underline key points in the question.

 

· Make sure you read all parts of the question, so you include everything required.

 

· Quickly brainstorm the topic. Think about your point of view. Think about any personal experience you can add.

 

· Write a plan. Decide which points are your main points or topic sentences.

 

· Decide what supporting details you have for each main point. You should have at least two main points.

 

· Make sure you organise your points logically.

 

· You will need an introductory statement, body and conclusion.

 

The structure for your essay will depend on the type of question. There are two types of argumentative structures. For example:

 

Type 1 – Two-sided Argument

 

Some people think that children get a better education if they study away from home at a boarding school. Others believe it is better for them to stay with their families and attend day school.

Discuss both these points of view and give your opinion.

 

You could use the argument structure - type 1.

 

INTRODUCTION

 

Ø Opening – general statement introducing the topic.

Ø Background information.

Ø * Scope and thesis statement.

 

* REMEMBER

Your scope tells your reader the main points you will make. Your thesis statement tells the reader your opinion.

 

BODY PARAGRAPH 1 (Point of View 1)

 

Ø Topic sentence/main point

Ø Supporting sentence 1

Ø Supporting sentence 2

Ø Supporting sentence 3


BODY PARAGRAPH 2 (Point of View 2)

 

Ø Topic sentence/main point

Ø Supporting sentence 1

Ø Supporting sentence 2

Ø Supporting sentence 3

 


CONCLUSION

 

Ø Restatement of your opinion.

Ø Summary of your main points.

Type 2 – One-sided Argument

 

Children are spending more time at their computers today than playing with their friends.

To what extent do you agree or disagree?

 

You could use the argument structure - type 2.

 

 ielts task 1 5

 

 

* REMEMBER

 

Your scope tells your reader the main points you will make. Your thesis statement tells the reader your opinion.

 

· Remember to link ideas within/between sentences and paragraphs.

 

· You will receive a higher mark if your use a range of structures and vocabulary.

 · Don’t copy from the question as this will not be assessed. Use your own words.

 

· Don’t take more than 40 minutes over this task.

 

· Leave at least 5 minutes to check through what you have written.

 

· You will lose marks if your essay is less than the required number of words.


· Look at as many sample questions as you can. Practise underlining the key points and brainstorming the topics, making plans for each one. Gradually reduce the time you allow yourself to do this, so you can do it in under 5 minutes. See all the practice books and web sites for sample questions. Lots of them have sample answers as well.

 

· Look at the language used:

 

for making paragraphs and sentences cohesive (linking your ideas within and between sentences and paragraphs). For example, logical links that show addition (as well as, in addition) or contrast (whereas, on the other hand). See Focus on IELTS, p.21-22, Helpful Hints for IELTS, p.54

for expressing views. For example, ‘I believe that …’ ‘I would argue that …’ . See Insight into IELTS, p.88.

for making contrasts and concessions. For example, ‘ Despite the fact that …’. See Insight into IELTS, p.88 & Focus on IELTS, p.100

 

for refuting an argument. For example, ‘There is little evidence to support the …’ See Insight into IELTS, p.89

for giving opposing arguments. See Helpful Hints for IELTS, p.71.

 

for providing support to your main points. For example, ‘In my experience …’ or ‘A good example of this is …’. See Insight into IELTS, p.92

 

in conclusions. For example, ‘In conclusion ..’ or ‘’On balance…’. See Focus on IELTS, p.120, Helpful Hints, p.71.

 

· Think about the topics that could be used for this task. For example, Technology Crime Tourism Transport Education Population Media Health Society.

 

· Brainstorm the topics for possible questions.

 

· Write as many timed essays as possible. Do the ones that have sample and model answers in the books in the SAC.

 

Practice for Task 2

 

Cambridge IELTS 1: p.32, p.52, p.73 (p.73 inc. model answer)

Cambridge IELTS 2: p.28, p.52, p.74, p.96 (all inc. model answers)

Cambridge IELTS 3: p.28, p.52, p.74, p.98 (all inc. model answers)

Cambridge IELTS 4: p.32, p.55, p.79, p.101

Cambridge IELTS 5: p.30, p.53, p.76, p.99

Cambridge IELTS 6: p.31, p.53, p.76, p.99

Cambridge IELTS 7: p.31, p.54, p.79, p.102

Helpful Hints for IELTS: p.104, p.125, p.138, p.150

Focus on IELTS Practice tests: p.73, p.75, p.77

IELTS Foundation: p.69, pp.47-53

IELTS Aptitude Tests: p.73, p.75, pp.77

IELTS To Success: pp.30-34, p.131, p.133, p.135, p.137, p.139, p.141

Action Plan for IELTS: pp.70-77, p. 105

 

Test Builder: pp.66-67, pp.95-97, pp.124-126

 

Online Materials

 

www.cambridgeesol.org

 

This is the official IELTS website. It offers tips & advice plus practice exercises.

 

 

Dr. Arian Karimi's Official IELTS Tutoring Website:

 

http://www.arian-ielts.com/new-ielts-sample-tests-2.html

 

 

General tips for ielts Writing

 

Before the ielts exam

 

· Practise writing answers to the tasks in the time allowed, especially if you haven’t written at speed by hand for a while.

 

· Keep up-to-date with current affairs.

 

During the ielts exam

 

· Use a pen. It should be easier to write faster with a pen.

 

· Make sure you have a checklist in mind for editing your writing at the end. Make one up now with the errors you know you make. For example,

 

Have I ….

 

written enough words?

 

dealt with all parts of the question?

 

added ‘s’ to all the 3rd person singular verbs in the present simple?

 

used the correct articles (a, an or the)?

 

added ‘s’ to all the countable nouns I have used in the plural?

 

used the correct prepositions?

 

used the correct tenses?

 

used a variety of sentence structures?

 

used a variety of vocabulary?

 

used a variety of connective words?

نمونه سوالات آیلتس آکادمیک در کشور هند در سال 2018

 

Academic Module of IELTS exam which was held in India on October in 2018

 

IELTS Listening Test

 

Section 1. About a car showroom.

Section 2. The benefits of walking.

Section 3,4. Don’t remember.

 

IELTS Reading Test

 

Passage 1. A text on history and a discovered skull.

Passage 2. About science and research on rats.

Passage 3. Don’t remember.

 

IELTS Writing task 1 (a report)

 

We were given two maps of a park, from 1980 and now, and asked to compare them in our written response.

 

Writing task 2 (an essay)

 

Nowadays many people believe that children should be taught history in schools, however, others argue that children should learn subjects that are more helpful for modern everyday life. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.

 

IELTS Speaking Test

 

IELTS Interview

 

– Can you tell me your full name?

– What is the meaning of your name?

– Where are you from?

– Do you think it is a good place to live?

– Do you work or study?

– What do you do?

– Do you like to cook?

– Do you prefer home made or street food? Why?

– Do you have a car?

– Do you often hire a taxi? Why?

 

IELTS Cue Card

 

Describe a book that you read. Please say

 

– What kind of book it is

– Why you read this book

– When you read it

 

IELTS Discussion

 

In this part P was asked more questions about books that he didn’t remember.

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Following topics and questions are remembered by an IELTS test taker from his recent  ielts exam held in Sri Lanka:

 

IELTS Listening test

 

Section 1. About land line phone services.

Section 2. About a cement production factory.

Section 3, 4. Don’t remember.

 

IELTS Reading Test

 

Passage 1. About an earthquake in Tasmania.

Passage 2. About Tasmania wild life.

Passage 3. Don’t remember.

 

IELTS Writing test

 

IELTS Writing task 1 (a report)

 

We were given two maps showing the same place before a historical discovery in 2004 and after that discovery in 2014. We had to compare and describe both maps.

 

IELTS Writing task 2 (an essay)

 

In some countries people think women should have equality with men, in particular equal rights to work as police officers or serve in the Army. Others think women are not suitable for such jobs. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.

 

IELTS Speaking Test

 

IELTS Speaking Interview

 

– What is your full name?

– Can I see your ID?

– Where are you from?

– Do you work or study?

– What do you do?

– Do you need more training related to your work?

– Do you use a computer?

– Do you use the Internet? Why?

– Do you think the computer use will change in the future?

– Why do you think so?

– How do you usually travel to your office?

– What are you doing while your commute?

– What transport do you use mostly, public or your own car?

 

IELTS Speaking Cue Card

 

Talk about a rule at school that you liked or disliked. Please say

 

– What was it?

– Why did they have it?

– What was the result if someone broke the rule?

 

IELTS Spekaing Discussion

 

– Do you think this rule is still there?

– Do you think schools should have more or less rules?

– Why is that?

– Do you think schools should ask student’s opinion before creating rules?

– Why is it useful in your opinion?

– Should office working hours be fixed or flexible? Why?

– Should companies allow to work overtime? Why?

IELTS Preparation Online course via Skype Whatsapp

 

with Dr. Arian Karimi IELTS Expert Certified by the UK from IRAN

 

General IELTS test in Canada on January in 2018

 

IELTS Listening test

 

Section 1. An employment application form.

Section 2. About arrangements for an event.

Section 3. A conversation between two people about an audio lecture.

Section 4. Don’t remember.

 

IELTS Reading test

 

Passage 1. About cleanliness of public transport including trains.

Passage 2. About several shops selling different items and each paragraph had a particular shop description.

Passage 3. Don’t remember.

Passage 4. About the Great Fire of London that happened in September 1666.

 

IELTS Writing test

 

Writing task 1 (a letter)

 

Write a letter to your colleague from another department asking him/her to give a presentation at a conference. In your letter say

 

– What is the conference about?

– Why do you want him/her to give the presentation?

– What arrangements will you have to make?

 

Writing Task 2 (an essay)

 

Some people want academic subjects such as history and physics to be taught at secondary school. Others want practical skills such asmechanical and gardening to be taught. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.

 

In this tutorial we're going to look at how to describe a pie chart for IELTS academic task 1:

I'm going to give you a variety of expressions to describe pie charts and learn how to say fractions in english because you cannot always use the numbers because it's boring and you've got to show a range of vocabulary to pick up points for lexical resource. So,

 

 fractions in English

 

در این آموزش قصد دارم به نحوه توصیف پای چارت ( Pie Chart ) در تسک 1 رایتینگ آکادمیک در آزمون IELTS نگاه بپردازم.

 

قصد دارم تا شما را با  تعدادی از اصطلاحات برای توصیف پای چارت در آیتلس آشنا کنم چرا که نمیتونید همیشه از در صد و اعداد استفاده کنید چون همه تکراری و کسل کننده میشه هم شما باید دامنه لغات شما را در آیلتس به نمایش بگذارید و به رخ ممتحن آیلتس بکشید تا نمره بیشتری کسب کنید.بنابراین،

 

 

اگر 30٪ باشد، می توانید بگویید: تقریبا یک سوم

 

if it's 30%, you can say: nearly a third

 

 

اگر 52٪ باشد، می توانید بگویید: بیش از نیم بیش از نیمی از پاسخ دهندگان

 

if it's 52%, you can say: over a half e.g. over a half of all respondents

 

 

اگر درصد کمی دارد مثلا 2٪، 3٪، 1٪ شما می توانید بگویید: یک کسر کوچک به عنوان مثال بخش کوچکی از فروش در ویتنام به وجود آمد

 

if it's a small percentage e.g. 2% ,3% ,1% you can say: a small fraction e.g. a small fraction of sales originated in Vietnam

 

 

اگر حدود یک چهارم است، مثلا 24٪، می توانید بگویید: تقریبا یک چهارم از پاسخ دهندگان

 

if it's around a quarter, for example 24%, you can say: roughly a quarter of respondents

 

 

اگر حدود 3/4، 75، 74، 76 یا هرچیزی که می توانید بگوئید، حدود سه چهارم شکست از نیجریه بوده

 

if it's around 3/4 ,75% 74,76 or whatever you can say: around three quarters of Fails from Nigeria

 

 

در کلاس آیلتس دکتر آرین کریمی بصورت آنلاین غیر حضوری یا حضوری شرکت نمایی تا :

 

 

 

1. نکات و اصطلاحات writing آیلتس را به راحتی یاد بگیرید.

 

2. writing آیلتس شما تحصیح و اشتباهاتان برای شما شرح داده شود.

 

3. نکاتی که باعث کم شدن نمره شما در بخش رایتینگ آیلتس میشود به شما گوشزد شود.

 

4. با نکاتی که برای اگزمینر آیلتس مهم است و باعث افزایش نمره در رایتینگ میشود آشنا شوید.

 

 5. یا بگیرید چطور پیوستگی و همبستگی در رایتینگ خود ایجاد کنید.

 

6. چطور به یکپارچکی در رایتینگ آیلتس برسید.

  

7. و از همه مهم تر چطور دل اگزمینر آیلتس را ببرید!

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Dr.Arian Karimi Writing Tips

Dr.Arian Karimi Writing Tips

 

 

This isn’t, in fact, your weakness. But this skill is difficult to self-study. You need to go to an English center where there are teachers who are willing to check and mark your writing. Here are some suggestions I can think of, it maybe can’t help you out. But do your best, you will be fine.

 

1. Before writing an essay, you must know its basic structure. A book about essay writing might show you this.

 

2. Do Task 2 first, because it is worth more marks and is easier.

 

3. Don’t waste too much time on Task 1. Learn all the specific writing structure for each type of task 1. In the real test, you just have to apply that structure with new data and suitable verb tenses. Read sample essays and take note of the ones with good structure to have a wide range of academic structures for task 1. Some structures might be used in the task 2 as well.

 

4. You must complete both tasks. I don’t care how difficult the test is, I don’t care how little time you have got. You MUST complete your test at any cost. If you don’t, you will be penalized.

 

5. Again, practice writing. Do both 2 tasks in one hour. You can focus only on task 1 or task 2, but before the test, you should practice writing both tasks to get familiar with time limits.


6. Practice makes perfect. In writing, this statement is completely true. But it is better if there is someone to check your writing ask for help and, so you can learn from your mistakes.

 

7. Writing requires wide academic vocabulary. You also have to buy a dictionary to work on and enrich your vocabulary.

 

8. Avoid all informal ways of writing. There are some rules of writing you should follow. For example: no abbreviations, no 1st and 2nd pronoun or possessive (I, you, me, my, your), except in conclusion where you have to state your opinion.

 

9. Each body paragraph must include: the topic sentence, supporting sentences (2-3 sentences), development sentences (evidence: example, experience, data). In many languages (English included), there are many ways to develop a body paragraph, which results in a situation where that topic sentence is not the first sentence. But you are advised to put the topic sentence at the beginning of each body paragraph. Don’t be creative in this case.

 

That is all I can think of. I hope you will be lucky in your exam and what I wrote will help you in one way or another. But REMEMBER, to reach success, you MUST make an effort. You should have a clear motivation and a strong will to overcome difficulties. When you do practice tests, you will be exhausted. But no success comes easily. Practice is the only way to gain success. Don’t just wait for a lucky break, it will never come if you don’t know how to grab it.

دوره فشرده رایتینگ آیلتس با دکتر آرین کریمی در 10 جلسه

 

Writing Tip 1

 

کلاس تک مهارت رایتینگ آیلتس

 

نکات آموزشی رایتینگ آیلتس دکتر آرین کریمی استاد با سابقه آیلتس تهران

 

 

در حقیقت، این نشانه ضعف شما نیست ، مهارت رایتینگ مطالعه بصورت خودخوان دشواراست. شما باید به یک مرکز زبانی مراجعه کنید که دارای اساتیدی باشد که حاضر به تصحیح کردن و نمره دادان به رایتینگ شما باشند. در این خصوص راهکاریهایی وجود دارد که ممکن است نتواند به شما کمک کند با این وجود تمام تلاش خود را به کار گیرید که این تلاش باعث رشد شما میشود.

 

1. قبل از اینکه شروع به نوشتن یک مقاله کنید، شما باید ساختار اصلی آن را بلد باشید. یک کتاب درباره مقاله نویسی میتونه این ساختار رو به شما نشون بده.


2. ابتدا بخش ۲ رایتینگ را انجام دهید چرا که این نمره بیشتری دارد وآسان تر است.

 

3. وقت زیادی به بخش یک اختصاص ندهید و وقتان را زیاد تلف نکنید). تمام ساختارهای مفید برای انواع سوالات بخش 1 رایتینگ را بیاموزید. در آزمون رسمی آیلتس، شما فقط باید اطلاعات جدید را در آن ساختارها وارد نمایید و افعال را با زمان مناسب بکار ببرید. نمونه مقالات دیگر را بخوانید و از ساختارهای مفید نت برداری کنید و آنها را برای خود جمع آوری کنید که در نهایت دامنه وسیعی از اصطلاحات آکادمیک مفید را برای تسک 1 داشته باشید. بعضی از این ساختارها ممکن است در تسک 2 رایتینگ آیلتس هم استفاده شود.

 

4. شما باید هر دو بخش Writing را در آزمون آیلتس کامل نمایید. اهمیتی نداره که آزمون آیلتس چقدر سخت است و یا اینکه چقدر زمان کمی در آزمون دارید. هر طورکه شده باید آزمون را تکمیل نمایید و سعی کنید به بهترین نحوه از وقت خود استفاده کنید که اگر آن را تکمیل نکنید، از شما نمره کم خواهد شد.

 

5. برای با دوم رایتینگ تمرین کنید و هر 2 تسک را در یک ساعت یعنی زمان داده شده انجام دهید. شما می توانید بطور جداگانه برروی بخش یک یا دو رایتینگ متمرکز شوید اما قبل از آزمون، شما باید برای درک محدودیت زمانی روی هر دو بخش در زمان مکفی کار و تمرین نمایید.

 

6. کار نیکو کردن از پر کردن است. در رایتینگ، این گفته کاملاً صدق می کند. اما بهتر است اگر شما شخصی برای چک کردن رایتینگ تان دارید از او کمک بگیرید و از طریق شما می توانید از اشتباهات خود درس بگیرید.

 

7. نوشتن رایتینگ آیلتس نیاز به دامنه لغت وسیعی دارد; همچنین شما می‌بایست یک دیکشنری تهیه نمایید و بر روی آن وقت گذارید تا دانش لغوی خود را ارتقا بخشید.

 

8. از به کارگیری کلمات و ساختارهای غیر رسمی در نوشتن بپرهیزید . در رایتینگ آیلتس قوانینی وجود دارد که شما باید پیروی کنید به طور مثال عدم استفاده اختصارات ، عدم استفاده از ضمایر اول شخص و دوم شخص به جز در نتیجه گیری که شما می بایست نظر خود را اظهار نمایید ( که آن هم بهتر است بصورت پیشنهاد غیر مستقیم باشد).

 

9. در رایتینگ آیلتس هر پاراگراف باید شامل جمله موضوع یا تاپیک ، جملات ساپورت کننده ایده شما مانند : دلایل ، مثالها ، تجارب و اطلاعات مرتبط شما به آن موضوع باشد. در بسیاری از زبان ها منجمله انگلیسی راه های زیادی برای نوشتن یک پاراگراف بادی وجود دارد که در این روشها جمله موضوع جمله یا همان تاپیپ جمله اول پاراگراف نیست ، اما به شما توصیه میکنم که در ابتدای هر پاراگراف جمله موضوع را قرار دهید تا موضوع پاراگراف شفاف تر باشد و در این مورد از خلاقیت بپرهیزید.

 

این کل چیزی بود که توانستم براتون انجام بدم. امیدوارم در آزمون شانس داشته باشید و مطلبی که نوشتم در یک جایی در آزمون آیلتس کمکتان کند اما به خاطر بسپارید که برای کسب موفقیت باید تلاش کنید. شما باید یک انگیزه و هدف مشخص و اراده ای قوی داشته باشدی تا بر مشکلات غلبه کنید. وقتی آزمون های تمرینی را انجام می‌دهید، خیلی خسته خواهید شد ولی هیچ موفقیتی به سادگی به دست نمی آید. تمرین تنها راه برای کسب موفقیت است. فقط منتظر بدست آوردن شانس نباشید هرگز اتفاق نخواهد افتاد اگر ندانید که چگونه از آن استفاده کنید.

 

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نمونه سوالات آیلتس مصر در سال 2017 - آیلتس آکادمیک

 

IELTS test in Egypt – September 2017 (Academic Module)

 

IELTS Writing test

 

IELTS Writing task 1 (a report)

 

We were asked to compare two maps of a town, before and after 20 years. The most obvious changes were a new shop that’s been built, replacement of a factory with a supermarket, an increase in the size of school, change of the road to no traffic zone. However, the other features remained relatively unchanged.

 

IELTS Writing task 2 (an essay)

 

These days many advertisements are aimed at children. What effect do you think they have? Should advertising to children be more controlled and regulated?

 

IELTS Speaking test

 

IELTS Interview

 

– Tell me your full name, please.

– Where do you live?

– Do you live in an apartment or a house?

– Do you like it?

– Will you continue living in this apartment or perhaps you have other plans?

– Do you travel by bus?

– Do you prefer underground or bus?

– Would you use a bus in the future?

– Do you think that government should improve bus services?

 

IELTS Cue Card

 

Talk about a useful website that you like. Please say

 

– what website this is

– how you discovered it

– what you use it for

 

IELTS Discussion

 

– What are the effects of the Internet on children?

– Do you think that it is good?

– Does the Internet replace TV in entertainment?

– What is the role of Internet in education?

– Can you depend on it?

– Some people think that online learning will eventually replace the traditional teaching methods, what is your opinion?

 

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General Training IELTS test in India – August 2017

IELTS test in India – August 2017 (General Training)

 

Ielts Reading Test

 

Passage 1. About a certain job and benefits to employees.

Passage 2. About rodeo festival in Canada.

Passage 3, 4. Don’t remember

 

Ielts Writing Test

 

Writing task 1 (a letter)

 

Write a letter to an airline manager to find out about something you forgot on the plane during your travel. In your letter

 

– give details about your flight

– describe the item you forgot

– explain why it is important that you get it back

 

Writing task 2 (an essay)

 

Many people make friends through social sites and chat rooms. Others believe that it is not a good idea to make friends without meeting them face to face. Do you agree or disagree with this statement? Give your own opinion and relevant examples.

 

Ielts Speaking Module

 

Ielts Interview

 

– What is your full name?

– Can I see your ID?

– Where are you from?

– Do you work or study?

– What is your job?

– Do you like it?

 

Ielts Cue Card

 

Talk about an invention that is changed the world in a good way. Please say

– What was the invention?

– How do you use it?
– Why do you like it?

 

Ielts Discussion

 

– Can you name other inventions that you think are great?

– What inventions might be made in the next 20 years?

تست آیلتس جنرال در کویت در جولای 2017

 

IELTS Test in Kuwait – July 2017 (General Training)

 

IELTS Writing test

 

IELTS Writing task 1 (a letter)

 

Your recently did a home renovation. Write a letter to your friend and suggest to use your tradesman if he/she needs one. In your letter

 

– Tell your friend about the renovation

– Recommend your tradesman

– Explain why this is a good idea.

 

IELTS Writing Task 2 (an essay)

 

Some people think that children should be studying all the mandatory subjects until the age of ten, while others believe they should have an option to select favourite subjects to study. What is your opinion? Give reasons for your answer and include relevant examples from your experience.

 

IELTS Speaking test

 

IELTS Interview

 

– What is your full name?

– Can I see your ID?

– Where are you from?

– Do you work or study?

– What kind of accommodation do you live in?

– Do you have a mirror in your house?

– Do you use it a lot?

– What types of programs do you watch on TV?

– Did you watch TV when you were young?

– What is the difference between watching TV in the past and nowadays?

 

IELTS Cue Card

 

Talk about an occasion you have attended an event that you had a specific role in. Please say

 

– When and where did the event occur?

– What was your role there?

– What was the hard part in it?

 

IELTS Discussion Part

 

– Should people do hard things?

– Why don’t most people take risks?

– Should governments prohibit people from taking risks?

– Why is that?

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