IELTS Writing Task 1 – Academic Version – Vocabulary & Word Order for Describing Trends.
We look at the vocabulary you need to know when writing about the line graphs and bar charts that may appear in Writing Task One of the IELTS test. We also look at word order and touch upon compound adjectives.
This is the first in a series of lessons that will help you pass the IELTS exam.
Other lessons mentioned in this video:
How to say the YEAR in English:
The difference between FOR and SINCE:
Prepositions of time – AT, ON, IN:
Prepositions used when describing Trends:
Increase / Decrease Pronunciation: coming soon
Approximate numbers: coming soon
Even though this video is specifically aimed at students taking the Academic Version of the IELTS exam, all students at an intermediate or advanced level will find the information beneficial, especially if you are interested in Business English.
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33 Replies to “IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 – Describing Trends – Vocabulary & Word Order”
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