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21.06.2017 00:26
hardest part of the ielts, because of the fact that you can not use the casual english at this section, and you have a specific task to do.

23.09.2017 11:52

01.10.2017 14:00
Stating Your Opinion
In my opinion,
According to me,
In my view,
To me,
From my point of view,
I think
It seems to me that
I believe
From my perspective
To my way of thinking
It appears that
I suppose
I realize
I understand
I imagine
I feel

04.10.2017 20:17
Giving Examples
For example,
For instance,
such as
In other words,
as
like
that is
namely
To illustrate
To paraphrase

04.10.2017 20:18
Comparing
Similar to
As...as
in common
also
Either...or
In the same way,
Neither...nor
At the same time
Just as
resemble

04.10.2017 20:18
Contrasting
However,
But
On the contrary,
On the other hand,
Differ from
Nevertheless
Although
Though
Otherwise
Instead
Alternatively,
Even though

04.10.2017 20:19
Generalizing
Generally,
Generally speaking,
Overall,
On the whole,
In general,
By and large,
It seems to me that
I believe
All in all,
Basically,
Essentially,
As a rule,
All things considered
For the most part

04.10.2017 20:19
Expressing Certainty
Certainly,
Undoubtedly,
Doubtless,
No doubt,
Definitely,
Of course,

04.10.2017 20:20
Showing cause
Due to
Because
Because of
Owing to

04.10.2017 20:20
Adding Information
Furthermore
In addition
Also
And
Moreover
Similarly
Likewise
As well as
Besides
Too
Even
What’s more

04.10.2017 20:21
for ielts graph writing part:
» Use correct synonyms in your writing.
» Use a range of vocabulary.
» Do not repeat words and phrases from the exam question unless there is no alternative.
» Use less common vocabulary.
» Do not use the same word more than once/twice.
» Use precise and accurate words in a sentence.

16.12.2017 21:37

16.12.2017 21:39
Example :

The provided diagram shows data on employment categories in energy producing sectors in Europe starting from 1925 and till 1985.
The given pie charts represent the proportion of male and female employee in 6 broad categories, divided into manual and non-manual occupations in Freedonia.
The chart gives information on expenditures of 4 European countries on six consumer products namely Germany, Italy, Britain and France.
The supplied bar graph compares the number of male and female graduated in three developing countries while the table data presents the overall literacy rate in these countries.
The bar graph and the table data depict the water use in different sectors in five regions.
The bar graph enumerates the money spent on different research projects while the column graph demonstrates the sources of the amount spent over a decade, commencing from 1981.
The line graph delineates the proportion of male and female employees in three different sectors in Australia between 2010 and 2015.

16.12.2017 22:24

05.02.2018 23:40
The graph shows how the amount of water used worldwide changed between
1900 and 2000.
Throughout the century, the largest quantity of water was used for agricultural
Purposes, and this increased dramatically from about 500 km³ to around
3,000 km³ in the year 2000. Water used in the industrial and domestic sectors
also increased, but consumption was minimal until mid-century. From 1950
onwards, industrial use grew steadily to just over 1,000 km³, while domestic
use rose more slowly to only 300 km³, both far below the levels of consumption
by agriculture.
The table illustrates the differences in agriculture consumption in some areas
of the world by contrasting the amount of irrigated land in Brazil (26,500 km³)
with that in the D.R.C. (100 km²). This means that a huge amount of water is
used in agriculture in Brazil, and this is reflected in the figures for water
consumption per person: 359 m³ compared with only 8 m³ in the Congo. With a
population of 176 million, the figures for Brazil indicate how high agriculture
water consumption can be in some countries.

https://www.ielts-exam.net/IELTS-Writing-Samples/IELTS_Sample_Writing_Academic_Task_1_1.pdf

11.02.2018 16:27

16.02.2018 23:36

01.03.2018 22:26

05.03.2018 16:34
ielts writing de yüksek puan almanın yolu en çok bilgiyi minimum kelimeyle teknik yazım kurallarına uymayla yapılır. ki bu da 9 band score'a tekabül ediyor.

19.03.2018 21:55
Possible verbs:
rise
jump
grow
climb
increase
rocket
fall
drop
decline
decrease
go down
plummet
plunge
Possible adverbs:
gradually
moderately
modestly
sharply
dramatically
slightly
steeply
steadily
significantly
considerably
rapidly
slowly
Describing Increases and Decreases
When describing any of the charts in IELTS writing task 1, you might have to describe increases and decreases. There are three main ways you can describe increases and decreases.

Noun phrase + verb + adverb
Example:

The price of property fell sharply

The percentage of homes dropped dramatically.

There + be + noun + in + noun phrase
Example:

There was a fall in literacy levels.

There has been an increase in the cost of coffee.

05.04.2018 19:25
(bkz: pie chart)

05.04.2018 21:16