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Writing task 2 sample/model answer (Cambridge IELTS 6 Test A)

Here is a sample answer to IELTS 6 Test A task 2 I wrote recently: Considering the enormous commitment and responsibility of taking care of a baby and raising a child, it is understandable that people advocate for compulsory parental training and suggest school as the ideal place for that to occur. While I do …

Writing task 2 sample/model answer (Cambridge IELTS 10 Test 4)

Here is a sample answer to IELTS 10 Test 4 task 2 I wrote recently: Some museums charge an entry fee presumably to cover operating costs, while others receive alternative sources of funding and so are able to offer free admission to their patrons. In my view, most people choose to visit museums [emember_protected for=4-9 …

Writing task 2 sample/model answer (Cambridge IELTS 14 Test 1)

Here is a sample answer to IELTS 14 Test 1 task 2 I wrote today: In life, one can be expected to face unpleasant situations such as working in an unsatisfying job or not having enough money. Many well-meaning people suggest that one should accept one’s lot and deal with it, while others insist that …

How to start your letter (Task 1 general training)?

In IELTS (GT), when writing to someone you don’t know (such as when writing to a company), the question tells you to start your letter with: Dear Sir or Madam, Otherwise, when writing to a specific imaginary person (such as your neighbour, your boss, your colleague etc), the question tells you to start with: Dear …

Writing task 2 sample/model answer (Cambridge IELTS 8 Test 4)

Posted by Grant Richardson, 28th May, 2019 Only a few decades ago, the world used to chastise America for having an obesity epidemic and all of the associated health risks. Now, we see waistlines expanding in places as far away as East Asia where people were once thought to have been blessed with the ‘slim’ …

Writing task 2 sample/model answer (Cambridge IELTS 7 Test 2)

Posted by Grant Richardson, 23th May, 2019 Here is a sample answer to IELTS 7 Test 2 task 2 I wrote today: In most jurisdictions, a judge issues the punishment for a crime according to both a pre-determined maximum penalty for the crime committed and relevant factors surrounding the individual case. Some people, however, feel …

Writing task 2 sample/model answer (Cambridge IELTS 6 Test 1)

Posted by Grant Richardson, 20th May, 2019 Here is a sample answer to IELTS 6 Test 1 task 2 I wrote recently: How far can you leave the house or even go online before you are bombarded with marketing messages from companies vying for your attention? More importantly, do they even help you make better …

英文串字 混淆 奇怪 How can we learn spelling?

In English, pronunciation alone does not always let you know how to spell a word. For example: two, too, to bye, buy, by Even worse, spelling alone may not always tell you how to pronounce a word: read (as present simple, sounds like “reed” — a long vowel sound) read (as past simple, sounds like “red” — …

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