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Writing tips:

1) Do not exceed word limit
2) Develop vocabulary by reading
3) Time management is imp- 20 mins for first part and 40 for 2nd part

good morning every body. Im a new member in learn english.
And I would like to know what is the types of writing task will be in writing IELTS test.
and how can I imbrove my writing skills to get band 6.5..
Im looking forword to hear from you...

Hello Nasserboss90,

You can find the answers to these and other questions about IELTS on our sister-site designed for people taking the exam. You can find it here. Click on the tab headed 'Prepare for IELTS' and you'll see links to information about the exam as well as to tips and advice. There are also practice materials available there free of charge, including mock exam papers and sample answers.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Task 1 academic. Process description , passive present simple is used but when we use passive present perfect ( is that the passive voice of past simple ) ???

Hello Philipevictor,

I'm afraid I'm not completely sure what you're asking, but, assuming you're wondering how to form a verb in the present perfect and in the passive voice, I'll explain that. If I'm wrong, please ask your question again.

Imagine the sentence 'He has written a book' (present perfect tense). A sentence in the passive with the same basic meaning is 'A book has been written by him': 'has' in the active sentence becomes 'has been' in the passive sentence.

Hope this helps you.

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

I want to write good English after written i want to check it. Is there any special software for checking my english kindly tell me.

Hello A.S.Gajendhiran,

The most effective way to improve your writing is to work with a teacher or take a class. You might want to look into a British Council class to this end. I'm afraid we do not provide this service here at LearnEnglish.

Cambridge English also has a website called Write and Improve which is supposed to give feedback on your writing. I haven't tried it, so I can't say much more, but it sounds like it might be something that you might find useful.

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

please what is the difference between would be and will be. when can you use either of them in a sentence

Hello prettyclari,

The question here is about the difference between the modals 'will' and 'would'. The verb 'be' here could be replaced by any verb.

Modals have many different uses and it's not possible to explain them all in a comment like this. However, we do have a section on modal verbs in the grammar part of our site. You can find it here - just follow the links to each modal.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

I got 100 percent.. What next..

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