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How to Structure a "Both Sides of an Opinion" IELTS Essay

Learn about the 3 different types of writing questions in IELTS. Discover how each different type has a different essay structure. Follow along as I analyse a model essay for "Both sides of an Opinion". You'll learn exactly what you need to do. Don’t forget to sign up to our newsletter http://ieltsonlinepreparation.com/both-sides-ielts-essay-structure
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Basic Essay Structure for Task 2 IELTS

In Task 2 writing, it's important that you structure your essay appropriately so you can score highly in the coherence and cohesion criteria of the marking. Watch the video below to learn how to structure your essay. Don’t forget to sign up to our newsletter to receive tips and http://ieltsonlinepreparation.com/basic-essay-structure
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IELTS PRONUNCIATION: RISING & FALLING TONES

Intonation is an important feature of pronunciation, one of the assessment criteria in the IELTS speaking test. Using appropriate intonation and fully understanding the intonation used by the interviewer matter a great deal. Intonation is very essential in speaking English because it conveys http://ieltsonlinepreparation.com/ielts-pronunciation-rising-falling-tones
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How to understand IELTS essay questions

Being able to understand what the essay question is asking you to do is essential if you want to score highly in task 2 of the IELTS writing test. There are 3 steps. Watch the video below to learn what these are and how to use these steps to analyse an essay question. Don’t forget to http://ieltsonlinepreparation.com/how-to-understand-ielts-essay-questions
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IELTS Task 2 Writing: Lexical Resource

It’s really important to know the factor you are being assessed on in your writing. The video below shows you exactly what your examiners are looking for in terms of your vocabulary and how you use words and also provides advice on how to score more highly in the criteria of lexical resource. http://ieltsonlinepreparation.com/ielts-lexical-resource
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IELTS READING: SCANNING THE PASSAGE

Scanning is a speed reading technique that you can use to save time in reading a passage, which is very helpful in taking a timed test like the IELTS. Although it is the same with skimming in process, scanning is different in purpose. It aims at spotting a specific name, date, statistic, or fact http://ieltsonlinepreparation.com/ielts-reading-scanning-the-passage
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IELTS Task 2 Writing Criteria: Coherence and Cohesion

It's really important to know the factor you are being assessed on in your writing. The video below shows you exactly what your examiners are looking for and also provides advice on how to score more highly. You'll learn the differences between a bandscore 6, 7 and 8. Don’t forget to http://ieltsonlinepreparation.com/ielts-coherence-and-cohesion
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IELTS Vocabulary: Narrow It Down!

It is believed that there are, at the very least, a quarter of a million distinct English words in a dictionary. That’s quite a number and pressuring yourself to knowing all of it can be overwhelming and may not be that helpful at all. Remember that learning new words also requires http://ieltsonlinepreparation.com/ielts-vocabulary
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IELTS Grammar: Using Present Real Conditional

Structurally, a conditional statement has two clauses, and together, they make up a sentence that has a condition concluded by a specific result. One of the conditionals that we often use is the present real conditional. We use this conditional to express a specific habitual condition that http://ieltsonlinepreparation.com/ielts-grammar-using-present-real-conditional
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How to Remember New Words

Not only is memorizing lists of words ineffective, it is also found lacking. For a word to really become a part of your vocabulary bank, you have to see and hear it used in several different ways over a period of time.  The following tips will help you remember new found words: Make the http://ieltsonlinepreparation.com/how-to-remember-words
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IELTS Grammar: Using Relative Clauses

Relative clauses are used to give additional information pertaining to the subject of the sentence. Additional information is sometimes necessary to emphasize what we are referring to, but there are cases when nothing necessitates it. Defining relative clauses are used to pinpoint which http://ieltsonlinepreparation.com/ielts-grammar-using-relative-clauses
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Reading Task Type: Multiple Choice with Multiple Answers

In tackling a multiple choice question with multiple answers, you are asked to pick out more than one item from a list. The question may require you to look for ideas that are mentioned, that are not mentioned, or that are true or false. This can be quite tough because you will be choosing from http://ieltsonlinepreparation.com/reading-multiple-choice-multiple-answers
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Interesting Issues to Write About

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How To Recognize and Structure Opinion Essays In IELTS

There are 3 basic types of IELTS essays. This video looks at one type of essay - Opinion essays (in which you have to take a position and state your opinion). You will learn how to structure a "To what extent..." essay. Don’t forget to sign up to our newsletter to receive tips and http://ieltsonlinepreparation.com/ielts-opinion-essay
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3 steps to Brainstorming for IELTS Task 2 Writing

Brainstorming is the process of generating ideas for your writing. You need good ideas to score highly on the task response criteria for your writing. Watch the video to discover the 3 steps that will help you brainstorm quickly and effectively. Don’t forget to sign up to our newsletter http://ieltsonlinepreparation.com/3-steps-to-brainstorming-for-ielts-task-2-writing
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IELTS PRONUNCIATION: SENTENCE STRESS

English is a very melodious language – you can go up and down with your pitch, pause before or after a word, or even speed up or slow down just to give certain words in a sentence more meaning than the other words. In fact, you can say the same sentence in different ways with different http://ieltsonlinepreparation.com/ielts-pronunciation-sentence-stress
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Grammatical Range and Accuracy: IELTS Task 2 Writing

It’s really important to know the factor you are being assessed on in your writing. The video below shows you exactly what your examiners are looking for in terms of your grammar and how you use grammar to link ideas logically in your writing. You'll also get advice on how to score more highly http://ieltsonlinepreparation.com/grammar-ielts
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IELTS LISTENING: SENTENCE/SUMMARY COMPLETION

Prediction is a vital skill that can give you a push to focus specifically in section 3 of the listening test, where sentence/summary completion aims at testing your ability to guess information. In this section, you will hear a number of speakers discussing a topic.  Here are some tips that http://ieltsonlinepreparation.com/ielts-listening-sentencesummary-completion
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IELTS READING: SKIMMING THE PASSAGE

The reading section in the IELTS is a timed test. You are then not advised to spend too much time reading the passage. The better thing to do than to slowly read is to put to work a speed reading technique namely skimming. Skimming involves rapid movement of the eyes over text, aimed at http://ieltsonlinepreparation.com/ielts-reading-skimming-the-passage
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IELTS Task 2 Writing Criteria: Task Response

It's really important to know the factor you are being assessed on in your writing. The video below shows you exactly what your examiners are looking for and also provides advice on how to score more highly. You'll learn the differences between a bandscore 6, 7 and 8. Don’t forget to sign http://ieltsonlinepreparation.com/ielts-task-2-writing-criteria-task-response
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IELTS Grammar: Using Future Real Conditionals

Structurally, a conditional statement has two clauses, and together, they make up a sentence that has a condition concluded by a specific result. One of the conditionals that we often use is the future real conditional. We use this conditional to express real possibilities that are more likely http://ieltsonlinepreparation.com/ielts-grammar-future-real-conditionals
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IELTS Grammar: Using Present Real Conditional

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IELTS Grammar: Using Causatives

We use causatives to give reference to actions that we ask other people to do for us. have/get + object + past participle We use this formula to talk about things that other people do for us. I will have my car repainted next month. have somebody + bare infinitive; get somebody + http://ieltsonlinepreparation.com/ielts-grammar-causatives
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SPEAKING FOR IELTS: PROVIDING INFORMATION

Opinions are not graded in IELTS speaking – the examiner doesn’t really mind which side of the issue you are on. However, a lot of weight is given on how you express your opinion.  Use the time to show off your good command of the English language. You can accomplish this by providing http://ieltsonlinepreparation.com/speaking-ielts-providing-information
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