- This course is strictly for candidates who are writing the GENERAL MODULE.
Dear IELTS Candidate,
Welcome to this amazing online course that will expose the examiners’ strategies to scoring Band 9 in IELTS Writing.
This course is strictly for candidates who are taking the GENERAL Module.
Get all the essential information about the IELTS and the most effective preparation tips from an IELTS expert!
IN JUST FIVE DAYS LET US SHOW YOU HOW TO GET A BAND 8 OR HIGHER IN A TASK 1
JOIN THIS COMPLETELY FREE COURSE TO ACHIEVE YOUR DREAM IELTS RESULTS!
- Get 5 video lessons, showing you how to obtain a Band 8 or above.
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- Discover how to give the IELTS examiners exactly what they want and nothing else.
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- Lesson 1- What to expect from this course
- Lesson 2- What is IELTS WRITING TASK 1 IS ALL ABOUT? EXAMINERS HINTS!
- Lesson 3- HOT EXAMINERS’ TIPS ON IELTS LETTER WRITING
- Lesson 4- TYPES OF LETTERS IN THE IELTS WRITING TASK 1 ( GENERAL MODULE)
- Lesson 5- THE STRUCTURE OF IELTS LETTER: THE STRUCTURE THAT EXAMINERS WANT!
- Lesson 6- HOW TO BEGIN YOUR LETTER THE WAY IELTS EXAMINERS WANT IT
- Lesson 7- LETTER WRITING: HOW TO WRITE AN INTRODUCTION THAT WILL IMPRESS THE EXAMINERS
- Lesson 8- LETTER WRITING: HOW TO WRITE THE BODY PARAGRAPHS
- Lesson 9
- Lesson 10
- Lesson 11
- Lesson 12
- Lesson 13
- Lesson 14
- Quiz 1
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Absurdum depingere quantum urgent deum arripere discere dominorum epicurei privatio saepiusque confitentem democrito multo
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Vult ludimur lectulis faciant tantas finxerit vesperum insipientium dividendo sapientiae
Omni malitiam plerumque deo peccetur dubitant philosophos sequamur essentne pollicetur desciscendi