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How do I get 9 in the IELTS?
Well I gave the IELTS exam without any kind of preparation and without even knowing the format of the exam and I got a band 9. My individual sectional scores were:
  1. Writing: 9
  2. Speaking: 9
  3. Reading: 8.5
  4. Listening: 8.5
I am originally from India and my mother tongue is Hindi. I studied in an English speaking school in Delhi so I have always been super comfortable with English.
I gave the IELTS exam in Indianapolis, USA in March 2018.
Frankly speaking, you don’t need to prepare at all for the exam if you have studied in English throughout your life. You should easily get a band 8 or 8.5.
However, if you have not then I would definitely recommend preparing for the listening section as it can be tricky, if your concentration lapses for even a single second, you can mess up the entire question and this did happen in my case which is why I got an 8.5. The reading section is similar to the unseen passage questions you may have done during your high school days. The speaking section basically tests your ability to speak English fluently. My speaking section was a breeze as the questioner could easily figure out that I was a native English speaker.

If you feel you need to prepare, I would recommend going through the format of the exam and give 4–5 mock IELTS tests and assess your performance. As I mentioned earlier, there should be a special focus on listening. For reading and writing, you can get feedback from an English instructor or any friend of yours who is eloquent in English. That should be good enough!
What should be avoided in IELTS speaking test?


Here are 10 things to watch out for and avoid in your Speaking test:

  1. Long pauses and short answers.
  2. Speaking in a monotone voice, without varying your pitch. It makes you appear uninterested in what you're saying and it also makes it harder for your examiner to maintain interest and listen actively to what you're saying.
  3. Going off topic.
  4. Using a lot of fillers, such as 'um', 'uh', 'you know', 'like' and so on.
  5. Speaking very quietly.
  6. Speaking too fast or too slow.
  7. Staring at your examiner or avoiding eye contact completely.
  8. Saying arrogant or rude things.
  9. Wearing too casual clothes (ripped jeans, wrinkled t-shirts, flip-flops ) or too revealing tops/skirts.
  10. Wearing too much aftershave or perfume.
How can I prepare for IELTS by myself?


I prepared for IELTS by myself and got an overall band 8.

R 9

L 9
S 7.5
W 7.
First of all get the book ‘Ace the Ielts’ by Simon Baverman. Buy it or download it if available in internet.
Simple steps:
Listening:
Frightens you at first but personally I think the easiest of all.
Practice 4 to 5 tests daily in youtube. Example test link given below
Make sure you score above 36 out of 40. Check the mistakes after every test patiently.
Tips:
If a question is missed, dont stuck.. move on.. check all answers after answering if they are according to the rules given in section headings. (Not more than three words etc.,). This applies for Reading section too.
Speaking:
Practice with a friend or family member. Know the format and ask the speaking partner to act as examiner. Get the confidence to speak about 2 minutes on any given topic. Example topics will be available in internet.
Tips:
Practice to use the best vocabulary you know. Try to be grammatically as correct as possible. Record your answers and check for mistakes. Try not to repeat them from next practice.
Reading:
Buy/download Ielts reading practice tests. Follow reading instructions given in the ace the ielts book. Practice..Practice..Practice..
Tip: stick to the given information and answer accordingly. Dont assume or apply personal conclusions. (Detailed explanation given in book).
Writing:
Consists of letter writing and essay.
150 words for letter, 250 words for essay.
3 paragraphs for letter, 5 paragraphs for essay.
Total 5 typical types of letters and respective formats.
3 types of essays and respective formats.
Book explains the types and the corresponding formats to be used.
Tips:
Practice as many letters and essays as possible. At least 5 letters and 5 essays a week. Examine them and check for grammatical mistakes.
Make a schedule for about 45 days. Put some dedication into preparation and chances are high that you will reach the target band.
Can you get Australian PR with 6.5 in IELTS?
You must be aware of the Australia Points System under which an individual must score at least 65 points to be eligible to apply for Australian PR. English language efficiency is one of the main requirements for Australian PR. Also, a good score in IELTS can help you increase your points under the Australia Points System and increase your chances of getting the visa.
Australian Immigration considers three levels of English Proficiency and awards a different score to the applicant based on their efficiency level.
With 6.5 Bands in IELTS, an individual will be eligible to apply for Australian PR as they have Competent English Level. But, they will not be getting any points for that. So, their total score in other categories like age, educational qualification, work experience etc. must add up to at least 65. Then only they can get Australian PR.

Are IELTS speaking topics repeated?
IELTS loves a particular set of topics they use in the speaking tests and in writing task questions as well.
The topics are not complicated and are general so that any level of English skilled students can speak without much difficulty. Like a couple of instructors have mentioned, they get a stack of the topics regularly, and examiners use the questions from the stack provided.
I usually work on the synonyms of the topics and related phrases that students may be able to use in the exams. The vocabulary is easy but effective from an IELTS perspective. I provide it to all my students during the lessons.
From the best of my experience, but not limited to, I have seen the following topics recur regularly in different capacities-
  • Environment
  • Government
  • Media
  • Movies
  • Television (programs)
  • Healthcare
  • Business
  • Sports
  • Job
  • Vacation (Favorite Place)
  • Money
  • Physical fitness

I am stuck on band 6.5 in writing, I am very frustrated with my writing score? How do I improve my writing band from 6.5 to 7?


Happy to help. I recently(May 2018) took the IELTS and got 7.5 in Writing. However initially they scored me 6.5 in writing but I applied for reassessment and got the new score.
Basic things first. Make sure you hit the words target as a minimum (150 words and 250 words).
Give introduction for both the letter writing and the opinion writing task. Do not give your opinions here.
Give specific examples. Doesn’t have to be factual.
Talk about the pros and cons of your argument and or whom it may be beneficial for or against.
Give a solid conclusion by stating how it can improve the future.
Obviously do spell check and grammatical errors. Keep sentences short. Paragraph properly. Do not change tense. E.g If you start with past tense make sure the whole task reflects that.
You can write more words than required but do not write less than required.

Why are IELTS band 9 essays devoid of any connective words? I heard that an essay about visible linking devices cannot get a band 9 score. Is it true?

Nope, not true. Band 9 in coherence and cohesion is about fluency in your flow of writing. That means that you’re not starting every sentence with “moreover”, “however”, “additionally”, “furthermore”, etc. and that your paragraphs are probably not labeled “firstly”, “secondly”, “thirdly” and “finally”. And all that memorized stuff, like “The issue is complex and has two sides.” would need to be pretty seamlessly inserted, or better yet, not used at all. As you develop your writing skills in English, you become less reliant upon these kinds of “signpost” words and phrases to connect your thoughts and ideas. You can do it through effective use of sentence structure and vocabulary/grammar choices.
(1) “That” and “it” are examples of cohesion, too - you’re referencing backwards to the previous sentence.
So, referencing, yes. Sigh-posting, yes. Excessive use of linking devices? No.



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Writing test

Writing task 1 (a report)

We were given a graph showing annual salaries for language-related jobs in five international cities.

Writing task 2 (an essay)

Nowadays online shopping is rapidly replacing physical shopping in stores. What are the positives and negatives of this development, in your opinion? Give some relevant examples.

Speaking test

Part 1 (Interview)

– What is your full name?
– Can I see your ID?
– Where are you from?
– Do you work or study?
– What do you do?
– Do you work with others?
– What do you like about your work?
– Do you lose patience easily?
– Is patience important?
– Do you like hair styling?
– Do you change your hair style from time to time?
– Why is that?

Part 2 (Cue Card)

Talk about different kinds of local food available in your country. Please say

– What are they?
– Do you buy or make these kinds of food?
– Can you find these dishes in other countries?

Part 3 (Discussion)

– What do you think about international trade activity?
– Let’s talk about world inventions.
– What is the most important invention in the recent past?
– Why do you think it is important?
– How did you hear about it?


Instantly improve your English with 3 easy words!

How can I start speaking English like a native speaker (or close to one) in two months?

Let's find a logical answer to this question together.
Two months is probably not enough to get to near-native level.



But you can improve your English significantly even in this two months.



The question is... how are you going to spend these two months?



Why am I so positive about the improvement?



Logic again. :)

Ask yourself:

How do native speakers communicate?

By listening and speaking - asking and answering questions, interrupting each other in conversations, giving suggestions, making presentations, taking telephone calls. I can continue this list, but, probably, you have already got my point.

By writing - e-mails, reports, answering questions on Quora. And so on.

So, now, why would anyone decide to spend these two months on reading a book "about English", watching TED talks that you can't really follow, or learning vocabulary with flashcards.

How does all this help you improve?

It does only a little. Basically, it does not. And it never will.

Until you start using your English. Until you start speakinglistening and writing it every day. This should be the main part of your language practice, and not flashcards or books.

Now, the difficult question:

How do I start speaking if I don't have native speakers around?

I did. Without any native speakers. In the pre-Internet era, I wouldn't be able to do it. But once you have Internet connection - yes, I was able to, and you can do it too.

Start speaking to yourself. Find people online to talk to. And not necessarily only native speakers. Start speaking English to your friends who are also dreaming about learning English. If they stop dreaming and start speaking, like you do, you will suddenly find yourself a partner to talk to.

Listen to real-life conversations in English. But don't just listen - talk to them, ask them questions, rephrase what they are saying, agree and disagree with them. Everything you would be doing when you normally talk to people in your own language.

It is not that critical if they talking to you or not.

It is a lot more important that you are actually speaking now.

If you are already fluent in your own language, what really stops you from becoming fluent in a foreign language? Books? Yourself?

In sum, no, it is not possible to become fluent in two months.

But you can, and you should, be fluent in less than a year.

If you start using English for most things you do every day - listening, writing and, most importantly, speaking.

Here is one less excuse for you not to speak - you can start here, on Quora:


The most important thing is - try to realize that the more you get into reading and listening, and not speaking English, the further you are from fluency in it.

If native speakers are using the language to communicate with each other, then, would you be different from them?

Hope this helps and keep in touch on your learning progress.


Let me give you an unorthodox advice. Since you are asking on how to speak English fluently, I am assuming you know the basics.

  • Watch good English movies with subtitles preferably on your DVD player/laptop/phone where you can control the pace of the movie. Choose an interesting movie or a movie you can watch multiple times.
  • Initially you will have a lot of trouble keeping up with the original pace of the movie, but that's normal. You pause the scene where the subtitles eluded you and read them properly before resuming the movie.
  • Keep a dictionary nearby in order to understand a particularly difficult word.  Watch the movie multiple times to completely grasp the story and the dialogues.
  • After watching the movie, start visualizing. Imagine yourself as the character you connected with from the movie and converse with the other characters of the movie in English.
  • Do not simply follow the story-line from the movie but create your own hypothetical scenarios. Try to modify the existing dialogues. Twist them. Play with them. Have fun.
  • Repeat the above steps for a number of movies. Do remember to speak  loudly a few times to check your phonetics. Do not dwell much on the accent part. It does not matter much if you speak fluent English.
  • In two months you can easily manage 8 movies with 1 movie/week. That should improve you a lot. Try watching movies panning different genres to increase your familiarity with different scenarios. 

Lastly keep in mind that dexterity comes with time. Follow the other conventional advices as well. Read a lot of good novels. Converse with somebody fluent in English to help you with your doubts and correct your mistakes. Start writing more but stay away from LOL, ROFL and other such texting styles.

Hope this helps. All the best. 

My initial reaction is that your time frame is ostensibly a tall order!

Nonetheless, before I launch a full response to your question, I like to paint a larger scenario for your better understanding about acquiring English proficiency, which necessitates a multi-faceted approach.

First and foremost, you need to have the right frame of mind or mindset in order to attain English proficiency, and ultimately mastery.

This is a harsh reality, by virtue of the fact that English is our global lingua franca today.

As a matter of fact, it's the Language of the 21st Century!
Putting this mindset into tactical terms, this means that you have got to integrate your practising of English from multi-directional and multi-developmental angles into your everyday lifestyle.
Do not approach your practising from the standpoint of ESL or EFL.
[ESL=English as Second Language; EFL=English as Foreign Language].
ENGLISH IS A LIFE SKILL!
In other words, you must not confine your practising of English to the spending of prescribed hours you are studying or learning from a textbook in a classroom, within four walls of a school.
It is important for you to understand that English mastery also involves the acquisition of five critical -  integrative and interactive - skills sets:
- Reading;
- Writing
- Thinking;
- Speaking;
- Listening;
as applied in your everyday life and workflow activities, involving real-world communication with real people!
Like the five spokes of the wheel on the Honda motorbike held all together by the metal rim with the rubber tyre revolving around the hub, each of these areas need to be strong in order for the wheel to run smoothly on the road, where rubber meets the road, just as you need the five skill sets in order for you to attain English mastery.
By the way, to me, the hub analogically represents vocabulary building and generation, as well as grammar.
Seek every opportunity in your daily activities to practising English, using a multi-fold approach, starting with baby steps:
1) Read, read, and read widely, and deeply, both mainstream and the fringe: newspapers, magazines, newsletters, novels, books, literary and scholarly works, and even ad blurbs and mailshots, online as well as offline, etc.;
2) Maintain a roving eye for interesting words or phrases or sentences, and see how they are strung masterfully together to express ideas or messages eloquently and succinctly across to the reader;
3) While reading your daily newspaper, pay particular attention to three specific areas:
a) the editorials;
b) the economic analyses;
c) the political commentaries;
These segments - with powerful word choices - are usually written by editors and senior journalists with a seemingly impeccable command of the English Language;
4) While watching movies, maintain a roving eye and ear for interesting as well as intriguing dialogues or fun conversations;
5) Always keep a large note book handy to capture all the stuff in (1) to (4);
This initiative is called sentence mining;
6) Write, write, and write, as much as you can, and make sure you use the captured stuff in (5) to enliven your language expressions, in emails or blogs or reports or proposals, in addition to helping you to internalise the new vocabulary;
Moreover, writing voraciously also naturally enhances your utility of vocabulary and grammar;
7) Explore and use as much of the stuff you have captured in (5) in your daily dynamic speaking and writing activities, too:
conversations, dialogues, discussions, meetings, doing presentations or sales pitches, writing emails, or blogs or reports or proposals, webcasting, pod-casting, public speaking gigs, etc.;
8) Adopt the Index Card Strategy, as an ancillary strategy to your large notebook, say using 4x3 cards for their pocket portability, from the standpoint of self-quizzing or testing while "learning-on-the-go": commuting or waiting in queue.
More suggestions:
9) Watch any Hollywood movie from a DVD, switch it off at 60-minute point, and grab a sheet of paper to write out your prediction about the ending; alternatively, you can describe it, by speaking aloud, onto the recorder of your smartphone;
You can even precede your description, again by speaking aloud, with an outline of your personal impressions and/or feelings about the movie plot up to the 60-minute cut off point;
10) Listen to an international news broadcast, and do your best to jot down your reactions, in the form of an essay;
You can extend this initiative further by probing from your viewpoint, again by speaking aloud, the rationale and motivations of the report as broadcasted;
You can replicate this initiative when reading your daily English news paper;
11) Grab any postcard or photo or picture at random, and proceed to describe in detail, first orally (on to recorder of your smartphone), and later in written form, what's in the picture:
- whats the theme/what's in the foreground/
- what's in the background/what's in the centre or middle/
- what's on the right/what's on the left/
- what's at the top/what's at the bottom/
- what at the top-right/top-left/bottom-right/bottom-left/
- what's happening/is it inside or outside/who's there/
- how's the weather and/or timing; how do you know/
- compare and contrast/how do you feel/
- what do you like/what do you dislike/
- would you like to be in the postcard or photo or picture; why and why not?
12) Once in a while, invite your friendly English teacher or a buddy who is a top dog in English, over a cuppa or a simple quick meal under the pretext of holding social interactions;
13) Identify a few MNCs in your city, and then, one by one, call up their Customer Service to enquire about a product or service, or make a product or service complaint, just for the sake of having an imaginary conversation;
Naturally you need to do your homework first to put some realism;
14) Go to any Starbucks outlet, if any, or any supermarket in your city and strike up a casual English conversation with any seemingly friendly Caucasian waiting in the queue;
15) You can even pop into any large international class hotel in your city, to pretend to talk to the reception about your desire to check out their facilities for an impending group of your visitors from overseas;
16) Urge your overseas English-speaking friends or pen-pals to come to visit your city or country, and volunteer to be their city guide on a pro-bono basis (naturally with all other expenses on their accounts);
17) Volunteer to work for free at your local Tourist Information Bureau, if any, or any local travel agency with inbound tours;
18) Log your name at foreign embassies in your country, if any, or even local chambers of commerce in your city, if any, and volunteer to be their tour guide for visiting businessmen from overseas, again for free;
19) Join a local chapter of the international Toastmasters' Club in your city, if any;
20) You can also watch - and listen to - recordings of popular Talk Shows, TED Talks and/or YouTube business presentations, and do your shadowing practice, if necessary;
21) As part of your vocabulary building and generation, take your pocket notebook with you, and go for a walkabout in your neighbourhood, or a new neighbourhood, to identify various landmarks or interesting places, which you do not know their English designations;
You can extend this initiative to browsing your city shopping mall and/or supermarket, to explore myriad everyday things which you do not know their English designations; then, do a running commentary in your head or by articulating to yourself aloud;
22) There are a lot of internet websites that teach English where you can explore speaking opportunities, e.g. SpeakAlley.com - Speak OnlineLearn a language online, etc., they may not be the best, but they will do to serve your purpose in some small ways;
Frankly, with a little bit of personal ingenuity and creative imagination on your part, the possibilities to improve your English are virtually unlimited.
I like to reiterate that your verbal facility and conversational fluency - and even writing prowess - in English can only come from massive usage and consistent practice in your everyday life and/or workflow activities, involving real communication with real people!
Now, back to your question:
The timing  depends on your sweat equity of intense effort and focused execution in deliberate and disciplined practice, as I have suggested in the foregoing initiatives.
Meanwhile, I append herewith a nice article for you to read, as I share the author's sentiments about improving English.


Are there any free online practice tests for the IELTS exam?



Yes, there are a variety of online portals that offer free online sample tests for the IELTS exam. A vast majority of them offer you limited practice tests only after you sign up on their online portals. But you have to be very cautious and make sure the quality of the practice tests provided is good enough, up to the mark for you to go through them. The free practice tests available online are designed as per the original IELTS format. These tests give you the key points to get you started for an intensive practice for the IELTS exam and help you ace the IELTS exam with a high score. Some of the portals that offer free online practice are:






And there are many more such portals that provide free IELTS sample tests for practice. They give you a fair knowledge of the pattern of the IELTS exam, familiarize you with different sections and questions they carry. They are designed so as to imitate the real test to give you the real test feel. They give you a complete understanding of the real IELTS test and provide many important resources, practice materials that can hone up your skills that are required for the exam.

There are some portals which provide individual section specific sample tests like listening, reading, writing or reading. Although the free online portals provide you with limited content. Such portals also provide you with quick handy tips and strategies to nail the different sections of the IELTS exam. Reading through a variety of online samples from a good source for different sections will enable you to get the precise idea of how to go about.

English is just a language to convey your line of thoughts and speaking is just a process in which you interject the words into your thoughts. To speak well in English you just need the right words to express your ideas. And if you are looking to create the difference in your IELTS exam performance, there are many online free portals that teach you the concepts, do’s and don'ts, techniques to be used, etc. Even youtube has many IELTS based channels which methodically impart quality based IELTS training and help you prepare for the test with the help of pertinent examples. For the focussed preparation for the IELTS test, it will be best for the candidates to take the practice tests on the free portals available online.



the below images are the band descriptors used to differentiate the scores of the writing subtest:


What are the best, free websites to prepare for the IELTS exam?


In fact, finding a free websites to prepare for the IELTS exam is not hard anymore. However, there is a problem that many of these sites only upload materials without considering if these resources are actual helpful. As a result, IELTS self-learners probably fall into material matrix and they are more likely to choose wrong materials.

Honestly, I used to be a victim of these kinds of website and I wasted a lot of time on materials which did not help me improve my IELTS score anymore!

To help you avoid my mistake, I suggest you to visit these sites:

For free tutorial:

I recommend you to visit ieltsliz or ielts-simon. They are good teachers and the ways they tackle the problems are very smart and easy to understand. Many of their tutorial videos are free but there are also premium videos that require you to pay for them. However, in general, I think the free videos are enough for your IELTS journey

For materials:

To be honest, I was inundated by the number of materials currently available on the Internet. Fortunately, I found selfstudymaterials.com. This site provides free high standard IELTS materials and it seems that their materials were selected very strictly. They also offer free IELTS strategies and tips which will help you boost your score.

Some books that I recommend you to take are:

LISTENING

WRITING (ACADEMIC)
Task 1
Task 2
WRITING (GENERAL & ACADEMIC)
SPEAKING
READING
GRAMMAR
VOCABULARY
PRACTICE TEST
I hope you may find this helpful

For free materials, browse some websites like
  1. Free IELTS material and resources
  2. Free IELTS Download - download material from the IELTS buddy website
  3. Free Download Top 8 best IELTS Preparation Books with PDF and Audio
  4. Download IELTS Materials
For Writing:-
You can refer books by Parthesh Thakkar.
For Speaking:-
You can refer books by Parthesh Thakkar.
For Reading and Listening:-
Cambridge Volume- 1 to 11.
I recommend everyone to solve whole Cambridge Edition for better results.
  • Just solve 11 books and you will be very confident to give exam.
  • Solve 5,6,7,8,9,10,11 and then 1,2,3 and 4.
  • If you can score in Cambridge Volume 4, then you are ready to give exam.
First of all you must know all about IELTS including Syllabus, Exam pattern, How to crack and what after IELTS
>>>>IELTS Syllabus: There are four modules.
  1. IELTS Listening and Reading section
  2. IELTS Writing section
  3. IELTS General Training section
  4. IELTS Speaking section
>>>>How to Crack? Must read the IELTS Preparation Tips:
You can go through the link to get free sample papers here > IELTS preparation- Books and study materials (Sample Papers)
Listening and Reading:
  • Read questions carefully first, underline keywords and then answers.
  • While listening, make a note of answers on the question paper.
  • Read, write and listen at the same time.
  • Often the speaker will give you an answer, then correct themselves - watch out for this.
  • If you think the topic is difficult or the speaker is too fast, relax and tune in.
Writing tips
  • Highlight/circle keywords in the questions.
  • Plan your answer before you write.
  • Stick to the topic.
  • One paragraph = one idea.
  • Make sure you write at least the minimum number of words required.
  • Make sure there is time to check spelling, punctuation and grammar .
Speaking tips
  • Try to relax, listen carefully to the examiner’s questions & instructions.
  • Give full answers to the questions.
  • Aim to speak more than the examiner.
  • Use the preparation time to plan your talk.
  • Before the test, practise speaking for full 2 minutes and try to use all of this time in your turn.
General mantras
  • Spelling is important.
  • Use of informal language, abbreviations and slang is not acceptable.
  • Don’t leave blank answers – you do not lose marks for wrong answers, but you will if you do not try at all.
  • Whatever happens, don’t panic. Keep calm and do your best
What after IELTS Result:
How difficult is IELTS?


Honestly?
difficlulty of an IELTS exams entirely depends on how much of a task you think English is.
Its a fairly standard eat with 4 sections- Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing.
what is sections include is obvious from the names but lemme elaborate-
Reading involves 3 passages and some question based on those. The difficulty increases with each passage but as long as you can get what the passage is, this section is darn easy to score in.
Writing is a bit tricky for me… I used to be amazing at writing in school but it’s been four years so this section is what needed more focus. The section includes two question one is the analysis of chart(s) or picture(s) and second involves an argument. The thing to know about IELTS writing section is that, for an academic module and when you're applying to a graduate research program or well literature program, the university will require you to score high here and extra attention must be given to it.
Listening involves answering question based on an audio tape. Fairly easy section just be attentive of what is being said in the audio.
Speaking by far my favorite section… the process is similar to an HR interview, its 10 minutes long(at max) and you just have to converse with a person knowing you don't ever have to talk to them again. But, thing to focus is not to repeat your points. I did that in mine and I regret it very much. But a slow long as you're confident and don't screw up your grammar and vocabulary, you're good to go.

All in all it's fairly easy just focus on your weak point get acquainted with the paper pattern and make sure to do at least 2–3 mocks before the test day and you’ll be fine.

Which one is easier: the IELTS General or the IELTS Academic?



Purpose of IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training is totally different. Before deciding which one is easier for you, you have to look at difference between two types. After that you will find by yourself which one is easier.

Which module should be selected?

  1. Academic Module:- It is suitable for those who are going to apply for further studies and professional registration. Academic module mainly focuses on the candidates' ability to continue their education in an English speaking university or a professional place.
  2. General Training:- This module is appropriate for those who are going to English-speaking countries to complete work experience and training programs or for immigration purposes. General Training IELTS format mainly focuses on general communication skills of the candidates they will need in the workplace and society in an English speaking country.

Difference between test formats:-


  • The IELTS Listening and Speaking modules are exactly the same for Academic and GT IELTS candidates. Therefore you won't find any differences in Listening and Speaking modules no matter which exam (academic or GT) you take.
  • However, Reading and Writing sections differ for the academic and GT IELTS test takers.

  1. Reading Test:-

  • The academic reading comprises three long reading passages with around 40 questions. Each passage would have approximately 12-14 questions. The candidate will have 1 hour in total to read and answer the questions of these three passages in the academic module. The passages are mainly related to the study materials found on different academic books in the university or college level.
  • The General Training reading module has three sections and lasts for one hour. Section one has 2 or 3 texts that are smaller and easier than the academic reading passages. Those texts are usually aimed to test the candidates' ability to survive and communicate in an English speaking environment. Section 2 has one or 2 texts relates to work or training topics. Section three has one long passage, much like the academic module. There would be around 40 questions in total in GT reading module.

2. Writing Test:-

  • The Academic writing module has two tasks and has 1 hour to complete these 2 tasks. Task one requires a candidate to describe a graph, process or image and to write minimum 150 words and task two requires a candidate to write an essay on a topic of minimum 250 words. The essays are usually of general interest and carry more weight that the task one. It is advisable to spend 20 minutes on task 1 and remaining 40 minutes on task 2.
  • The General Training writing module has 2 tasks as well. The task one is a letter writing task and task 2 is an essay writing task. Essay writing is similar to the academic writing task 2 and carries more weights than the letter writing task. It's advisable to spend 20 minutes on letter writing tasks and remaining 40 minutes on essay writing task.

To sum up, IELTS listening and Speaking tests are same. In writing, both tasks are different and so it is pointless to compare. With some preparation you can score good in any module i.e. academic or GT. Academic Reading test is a little bit harder than GT.

Some Tips TO Help You Score Well In IELTS:
Given below are a few IELTS Preparation Tips that you must follow in order to maximize your learning and performance potential.
1. DO THE GROUNDWORK
Do your research before embarking on the testing journey. Search for information available on the internet, and look through your circles to find previous IELTS takers. Know about the prelim aspects. IELTS test-takers are given scores, on a scale from 1 to 9, for each part of the test. These scores are then averaged out to form the final IELTS score out of 9 – with 9 for ‘expert user’ and 1 for ‘non-user’ of English language. Check in advance with universities that accept IELTS score.
Also, check the IELTS Score Required for each university. Prestigious universities (like Ivy League) require a score of 7.0 and above. Some lesser known universities may accept scores ranging between 5.0 and 7.0
There are currently two versions of the exam: IELTS Academic (for academic settings) and IELTS General Training (for work-related settings). Check which one do you need to take.
2. PLAN AHEAD
Allow for sufficient time for your mind to grasp the trivialities of English if you are a non-native speaker. Break down your preparation period into weeks and set a goal for every week. Reward yourself for meeting the goal. If you are short on time, adopt a 40:20 study plan, wherein you’d study for 40 minutes per hour and take a break for 20 minutes. Assess yourself and see if you’d require professional coaching for IELTS preparation.
Also, plan your test day well in advance. Ensure you have slept long and well enough to concentrate on the challenge ahead. Reach the centre before time. Acquaint yourself with the location beforehand.
3. IELTS Listening Preparation Tips
It’s always a good idea to listen well. Listen to group discussions, lectures, debates, monologues, conversations, interviews, speeches, opinions and so on to develop a good listening base. Try to get the gist of your audio resource in the first go itself. Practice note-making while listening to the source. Notes may not be elaborate, but the sole focus should be on getting the ‘main idea’ onto the paper.
Read the questions before the recording starts playing in the test, so you selectively attend to specific extracts from the recording. Thorough listening will also help you form a sound base for the speaking section. Familiarize yourself with country-specific pronunciations and phonetic systems.
4. IELTS Reading Preparation Tips
One of the most prominent IELTS Preparation tips is – Read a lot! Reading helps open your mind to novel ideas and concepts. The more, the merrier!
Books, newspapers, magazines, weblogs, research papers and even advertisements, find anything that’s readable and start reading it. Jot down the unfamiliar words and immediately look them up. Note the writing styles. In the end, write down a short paraphrase of the passage/source, and evaluate yourself on how well it captures the essence of the given source. Since IELTS is a more practical examination than TOEFL, try not to confine yourself to only academic resources. Read about diverse topics: business, education, entertainment, food, games, government, politics, science (and its many subgroups), sports and technology, and many more. You may be presented with data in the form of graphs/charts and tables, so spend some time interpreting these daily.
(There are differences in the Reading and Writing section of the Academic version and General Training version which can be checked here)
5. IELTS Writing Preparation Tips
Write your way into the university of your choice! This section is extremely important, as you are scored on the basis of the coherence of your arguments, and also grammar and vocabulary.
Often students use a similar set of terms for a wide variety of phenomena, the most common examples being ‘beautiful’, ‘important’, ‘sad’, ‘boring’. ‘complete’ and so on. Try to avoid repetition of words. Befriend thesaurus and dictionary. Look up synonyms for the commonly used words. Don’t shy away from incorporating so-called ‘heavy’ words if you feel they fit in a sentence. Write at least semi-formally. Double check spellings and grammar usage. Do not write in bullet points. Follow the Golden Rule of writing: Clear. Crisp. Concise.
6. IELTS Speaking Preparation Tips
The best way of practising Speaking skills would be to, of course, speak English as much as possible. Tape yourself speaking and self-evaluate the aspects of spoken language like fluency, word usage, pauses and voice breaks, sentence fillers like ‘um’ or ‘err’, the decibel at which you’re speaking et cetera. Emphasize significant words. If you do not have a natural accent, do NOT attempt to fake one. Fake accents are a big no-no.
Read Aloud. Try imbibing the good attributes of famous orators. Listen to news bulletins and radio in the English language and focus closely on speaking styles. Over time, minimize the time taken to generate responses. In IELTS, there is little or no time to prepare your response during the test, so practice spontaneity and quick-wit.
Create opportunities for speaking in English as much as it possible. Request your peers and family to interact with you in English. If you maintain a personal diary, it may be helpful to switch to an audio mode for some time, so you grow habitual in spoken English.
More IELTS Preparation Tips Online:
1. Persevere. Stay motivated and inspired. Tell yourself you can crack the test and get a 9 score in IELTS. When you believe in yourself, you will push yourself further to work hard.
2. If you don’t get a very good score initially, don’t lose heart. Success doesn’t get to you, you get to it.
3. Read the instructions. A lot of students are caught off-guard in the very mid of the test because they didn’t read the instructions carefully. You do not want to be them.
4. Prepare for the test day in advance. If you have any queries, get them sorted during your preparation. You may not get the time afterwards.
5. Follow a good diet plan and exercise routine to keep yourself stress-free.
These were the IELTS Preparation Tips that help you prepare better for your IELTS examination. We wish you all the best for your IELTS Online Preparation!
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Test-1
Task-1
You should spend 20 min on this task 1

The graph below shows the proportion of population aged over 65 and over between 1994 and in 2040 in three different countries

Summarize the information by selecting and reporting main features and make comparisons where relevant. (The latest syllabus recommends bullet points)
Write at least 150 words (more than 150 words)

Answers for task-1 Test-1:

Introduction: don’t copy from the question
The graph shows the percentages of people of three different countries who are 65 or older than this. Three lines show the three different countries such as Japan, USA and Sweden. X-axis shows the no. of years from 1940-2040. Y-axis shows the % of population.

Bullet point:
The highest number of older people is found is Sweden 6+9+14+15+19+25=88%, which is a bit higher than USA (9+10+15+14+24=87%). However, Japan will have the highest number of older people in 2040, which is 25%.

In 1940, USA had the highest no. of older which was almost 10% and it rose gradually. 1980 saw a slight fall, but in 2020, it rose rapidly to 25%. Older people is Sweden increased rapidly from 1940-1980. It remained stable in 1980-2000. 2000 saw a steep rise in population. On the other hand, Japanese older people fell slowly in 1940 and were steady for 1960-80 and the figure was below 5%. In 2020, it rose sharply and reached over 25%.

Aged people from USA and Sweden were always higher than Japan from 1940-2020 (below 15% on average), except in 2040, when Japan would have the largest experienced people.

USA and Sweden have experienced the higher number of older people than Japan on average. However, Japan has observed the highest growth of these people from 1940-2040 which has increased more than 5 times. (25/5=5). 210 words

(In case of years from present, pat and future, u can simply use present form of tense; note grammar is less important than main features or points you mentioned)


Cambridge
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Test -1
Task-2
“Universities should accept equal number of male and female students in every subject”.
To what extent do you agree or disagree?

To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?
Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge and experience.

Introduction:
A university is the highest seat of education. It should provide equal opportunity to both female and male students. Generally, a university scrutinizes qualified students for admission through admission process. According to merit, students are being selected for each subject.

Problem:
The idea that in every subject we should enroll equal number of male and female students is an absurd idea. It creates two major problems. First, a university provides competitive admission exam to select meritorious pupils to occupy its limited seats for all students irrespective of sex. Naturally, some subjects have more male students than female students. Second reason is the choice of subjects by students. Female prefer arts based subjects while male prefer science subjects.



Solution:
Therefore, a university can’t make rule to force students to choose a particular subject. Moreover, we are a religious Muslim country where females are not allowed to stay outside home for longer hours. Science subjects have practical classes and in-plant training courses which need students work until evening. In addition, some to these subjects develop professional to work in factory, chemical plant, in mines, fields and other outdoor activities unsuitable for women. On the other hand, in some subjects in arts provide suitable jobs for women, so women like these subjects and they outnumber men in those fields of study. For example, female students choose social sciences, literature, religion, language etc as their favorite subjects. Men prefer mother science subjects such as chemistry, physics, geology, mining, chemical technology, engineering etc. Moreover, after screening through admission test for enrollment, males occupy most of the seats by beating women via merit. By allowing and forcefully accepting equal number students in both sexes will block genius and competitive students to pursue higher education.
In conclusion, we should opine that it is not possible to enroll equal number of male and female students in each subject. By allowing special quotas for female enrollment will also prevent meritorious students to have the opportunity for higher education.  



                                                                                          










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Task-1
The charts below shows the main reasons for study among students of different age groups and amount of support they received from employers.

Summarize the information by selecting and reporting main factures and make comparisons where relevant. (The latest syllabus recommends bullet points)
Write at least 150 words (more than 150 words)

There are two column charts in this task1. Chart 1 shows the different age group of people study for two different reasons such as for personal interest and for career development. 5 different age groups of people are plotted against the percentages of people took education. Chart 2 shows employers support the different age groups of people for further education. Employers provide support in terms of allocation of time for study (leave for study) and pay fees for the course.

Bullet points:
The higher number of young people study for career development than that of personal interest. The total number of different age group of people study for career development is 80+70+60+40+20=270% whereas it is almost 150% for people who study for personal interest. Younger people preferred study for career more than older counterparts.
In general, young age groups o0f people study in higher number than older counterparts. Three age groups mostly prefer education under age groups from under 26 to 39. 80% people age group under 26 years studies for career improvement. This is the majority of young people. 70% people of age group 26-29 take education for the same reason. Almost 60% belongs to age group 30-39 years old chooses study for career. The same number of age group 40-49 (40% people) study for both reasons. However, 70% people over 49 studies for personal reasons. The lowest number of people under 26 prefers education for personal interest.

Chart 2 shows most of the young age groups are supported by their employers through on –the-job- training and are provided with academic fees. 60% people below 26 studies because their employers support their education. This is the highest number of young people supported by their employers. But, 30% of the people under 30-39 age group is supported by employers which is the lowest among other groups. Seems mid- level managers are not provided with support for education by their employers. Age group 26, 26-29 & over 49 are mostly received the benefits from their employers.

Most of the young people take education for career development (figure 1) and most of them are supported by their employers (figure 2).


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Task-2
“In some countries, young people are encouraged to work or travel for a year between finishing high school and starting university studies.”

Discuss advantages and disadvantages for young people who decide to do this.

Give reasons for your answers and include any relevant examples form your own knowledge and experience. (It means you have to provide an opinion discussing the problems of the other side of the topic and give examples form your own country and culture preferably.)

Before you start writing the essay, please point out reasons for your opinion and discuss both sides. You should spend 5 minutes for this before writing task 2.
Introduction: definition of topic: define high school education and reasons for studying at universities after that.

Problem:
Advantages for break of study:
1.      gather work experience and earn money for university education
2.      learn and earn through travel around the world
3.      give a break after 12 years of study at school
4.      find out what subject or career you are comfortable to pursue
Disadvantages of break of study: problem
1.      takes away interest to further education
2.      earning money can spoil student’s interest to pursue higher studies
3.      admission  procedure takes longer time
4.      break of study prevents students to take part in competitive admission tests for university enrollment.
Solution: considering both sides, express your own view of the topic
Conclusion: express your own view again
Introduction:
Generally students study up to 12 classes or A level or higher secondary exam (HSC) before starting university – education. Meritorious students continue further education at universities. Students who really like to study 4/5 years at universities show their real interest to pursue higher education and they like to develop career in better profession and enjoy higher study.





Advantages
In some countries, students are advised to give a break before starting university education. There are some advantages for working and traveling for a year before commencing university education. The university tuition fees are higher in western countries. Therefore, students need to earn huge money to pursue education at a reputed university. Working for one year will provide students practical work experience and create opportunity for earning money. Many students travel around the world and learn different culture, norms and practices, learn about different careers, professions, language and many other things useful for learning. Moreover, after continuous study of 12 years up to higher secondary level, students feel bored from monotonous study life. Therefore, a break of study refreshes their body and mind. This break of study is necessary for students to decide for further study of 4/6 years at university. It also helps them to choose a particular field of study.
Disadvantages
However, there are some demerits of taking one year break. Especially in poor countries, students with a record of break of study never return to study. Moreover, when they are involved in income generating activities, they may fall prey to money earning. People from poor countries are always trapped by money. Moreover, our universities have session jam and it takes one year to complete admission into a university. Another university called BUET starts classes for new students after one year of enrollment to contain session jam. Therefore, students get opportunity for travel and work part time. They don’t need to waste one year only just for working and traveling. Moreover, break of education has some common disadvantages such as it takes away interest to further education, earning money can spoil student’s interest to pursue higher studies, admission procedure takes longer time and break of study prevents students to take part in competitive admission tests for university enrollment.  
Conclusion
Last but not least, students of rich countries can enjoy the gap in education through travel and working for money and settle their mind to study further. However, students of poor countries should not have break of study as they may never return to study again due to their socioeconomic positions.


























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Test-4

You should spend 20 min on this task
The table below gives information about the underground railway systems in six cities.
Summarize the information by selecting and reporting main features and make comparisons where relevant. (The latest syllabus recommends bullet points)
Write at least 150 words (more than 150 words)
Underground railway system
City
Date opened
Kilometers of route
Passengers by year (in millions)
London
1863
394
775
Paris
1900
199
1191
Tokyo
1927
155
1927
Washington DC
1976
126
144
Kyoto
1981
11
45
Los Angeles
2001
28
50
The table shows tube or underground railway system in six major cities in the world. Each city shows the railway commencement date (starting date). Length of tunnel/route and the number of passengers carried in each tube railway in a year.

London opened (the highest length) its underground railway in 1863. the first railway among others. It has 394 length of route and carries 775 million passengers in each year. Therefore, the total number of people carried by London tunnel is the highest considering the time of its commencement. But the higher number of passengers (1927m) uses Tokyo subway and it was opened in 1927. The latest railway is found in Los Angeles which is opened in 2001 and carries very few people (50m) in a year. The lowest number of people prefer underground in Kyoto which is 45 million people, though it is opened before Los Angles, in 1081. Moreover, it (Kyoto) has the lowest km of length. London has the longest underground railway among other cities mentioned. Paris and Tokyo carry the higher number of peop0le (1191 and 1927m respectively) although their lengths are almost half of that of London. However, only 144 million people of Washington DC use underground with a length nearly similar to Tokyo and Paris.

Passengers of Tokyo, Paris and London mostly prefer underground railway than those of other cities. The oldest railway is seen in London and the latest/newest is found in Los Angeles.
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Test-4
Research indicates that the characteristics we are born with have much more influence on our personality and development than any experience we may have in our life.

Which do you consider to be major influence?
Give reasons for your answers and include any relevant examples form your own knowledge and experience. (It means you have to provide an opinion discussing the problems of the other side of the topic and give examples from your own country and culture preferably.)
Children certainly inherit some qualities from parents:
 Our gene pool determines our characteristics and behavior. This in turn develops our personality and development to some extent. But real life experience and activities of a human surely indicates the development and personality she/he possessed finally. A successful person is always under limelight from his/her works and achievements. Everybody then understands the success, respect the person. People don’t care about the background of a successful man. We find many presidents come from infamous families.

We have been born from our ancestors. Human civilization has developed day by day since we stepped on earth. Since human learned to make fire then civilization jumped quickly.

We fought many wars, got many civilizations, catholic, Protestants, Romans, Greek many more. All developed and lost. Many of our kings turn beggar whereas many beggars became king. Generally, our parents have an influence on our generations. But these don’t guarantee our success.
In my opinion, inherited characteristics have less influence on people’s development than his/her deeds. God says, “Allah helps those who help themselves”. A man working in right way is guaranteed to be successful. No pains and no gains. “As you sow and sow you reap.” All these proverbs tell us to have our continuous effort to work to be successful in life. When a man becomes successful then his characteristics and nature and behavior changes irrespective of inherited traits he obtained. We have many renowned scientists, poets, playwright, novelists, and political leaders. Their children could not inherit the success or achievement they did. For example, Einstein came from a typical poor family and we have no alternative to him till today. Shakespeare can’t be replaced with another new Shakespeare since the last 400 years. Before this time the original and only Shakespeare was born.

 In conclusion, we should highlight the experience and skills that we need to achieve to be truly successful in real life of this competitive world. 332 words      
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Test-3
Task-01

The map below is of the town of Garlsdon. A new supermarket (S) is planned for the town. The map shows two possible sites for the supermarket.

Summarize the information by selecting and reporting main features and make comparisons where relevant. (The latest syllabus recommends bullet points)

Write at least 150 words (more than 150 words)

The Garlsdon city has a population of 65 thousand. The two possible locations for the proposed supermarket are found on the map as S1 and S2 with different facilities available around them.

S is located north-western part (outer part of main city Garlsdon) of the city is accessed by three towns surrounding the main city. Mainly country people and people from other towns find it suitable place for shopping. Railway and main roads are closer to this mall, so people will find it easy to communicate. Its nearest town Hindon has population of 10 thousand. And, it is 25 km away from Cransdon town and connected to it a railway.

on the other hand, S2 is suitable for Garlsdon town people who finds it centre point of the city. The two nearest other cities Bransdon and Cransdon is connected by road to the mall, but car parking is prohibited in central part. So, people may not be comfortable with shopping in this mall. However, huge housing surrounding the mall and heavy industrial southern part create the largest number of people find it is easier to shop there. Moreover, people of Cransdon will be happy to shop there because a railway and a main road directly come from Cransdon and are very closer to the shopping complex.

In conclusion, huge population of Garlsdon (65 thousand) and 29 thousand people of south-eastern part of Cransdon may think S2 is a more suitable complex for shopping which is closer to them. 230 words

A market depends on the number of people surrounding it. S2 has put word count the largest population.


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Test-3
Task-02
“Some people think a sense of competition in children should be encouraged. Others believe children who are taught to co-operate than compete become more useful adults.”
Discuss both these views and give your own opinion.

Discuss advantages and disadvantages for young people who decide to do this. Give reasons for your answers and include any relevant examples form your own knowledge and experience. (It means you have to provide an opinion discussing the problems of the other side o9f the topic and give examples from your own country and culture preferably.)

Children are the future of a nation. Therefore, it’s very important we raise our kids properly. Now children start schools early in their lives and rate of education is increasing as learning becomes competitive. Children are also taught to be helpful or co-operative in school by good teachers.

Problem:
Children are taught cooperativeness in ways at school. Pupils wear same school dress, attend in school assembly, play sports together. They also share class notes and discuss different courses taught at school. However, more cooperative children can’t follow up his/her own progress. They are always concerned for each other. They make many friends and waste their valuable time for gossiping with unlimited number of friends than studying. The also engage themselves in politics or students union & lower their academic grades.


Solution:
Most of the students from good schools develop a sense of competitiveness among themselves during study life. Schools also encourage students to study more and more. School authority gives award to students who stood first/second at school exam. Student life is for struggle. Good students attend classes at school regularly. In a class, students learn everyday and do their home work at home. Teachers always like students who are sincere and hard working and score higher in exam. Class performance is also measured in terms of competition; bad student always gets humiliated in a class and learns to compete with good students, If the competition develops, even a naughty student can score better in exams In sports fields, children also become competitive. Naughty students can’t beat talented students in classroom. So, they do well in games and cultural activities at school. Schools recognize meritorious, competent and intelligent students through annual award or prize giving ceremony according to the performance of students in study as well as in sports. Those students who can’t achieve prizes become jealous and competitive and become determined to do well in the next time. Moreover, schools teach competitiveness at classroom by making “class captain” or class representative who is a student with a god caliber and who looks after the students of a classroom.
Therefore, I believe that students should be taught a sense of competition since the early years of schooling. The most competent student does well in academic and in extra curricular activities and able to pursue to a better career. 362 words




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Test-3
Creative artists should always be given the freedom to express their own ideas (in words, pictures, music and films) in whichever ways they wish. There should be no government restrictions on what they do.

To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge and experience.

Human beings have developed their civilizations tremendously because of their creativities and innovations. Scientists, researchers, artists, poets, writers, teachers, engineers, doctors etc are highly creative human beings. They discover new technology and bring us the light of civilization everyday. Their works and research and new ideas have always proved required for discovering new things. Introduction: definition of essay topic: If we put ban on the works of these creative and dedicated human beings, then we restrict discovery and innovations. Sometimes due to religious, social and ethnical superstitions limit their valuable works in a particular society especially in poor countries.

Problem of taking opposite opinion: In my opinion, we should not totally restrict the works of creative people. The journey of science began from philosophy and arts of visual expressions. Leonardo Da Vinci first drew the design of airplane in his paintings. That time airplane was a thing unbelievable to everybody. Then after 600 years of his death human really discovered aero plane. Galileo was almost sentenced to death because his thinking and new ideas about solar planet. But, now we understand what he imagined 400 years before was the truth. However, he was able to express his ideas amid living in a restricted society.

Solution: Freedom of expression is a basic human right. Every person has this right to express his opinion or ideas in a democratic country. But, some underdeveloped and poor countries restrict the freedom of expression. That’s why they remain poor for years. On the other, in a rich and developed country, people have the right to talk without fear and express their opinion in newspaper, television, advertisements, and other media(s). For this reason, we always find scientists, writers, researchers, and technologists are being produced and nurtured in developed countries. The work and research of scientist are expressed and studied in universities, colleges, in newspapers, radios, television, in the net and all other media(s).

However, we should not always give 100% freedom to creative artists as their expressions by books, art, paintings; songs may hurt religious people, norms and practices of a society. We are a developing country, so we should allow freedom slowly and government should control the freedom of expression that doesn’t create chaos and public sentiment. For example, our famous novelist Dr. Humayan Azad expressed freedom of women in his books, so he was killed brutally by Muslim extremists.

In conclusion, we can say we should not ban on the valuable ideas and research of creative people who create new things and technology, and make our lives comfortable and civilized. However, government should restrict some freedoms of artists those hurt public sentiment and our religion.



























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Test-4

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The charts below give information about travel to and from the UK, and about the most popular countries for UK residents to visit.
Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

The 1st chart shows the number of the British visited overseas countries and number of foreigners traveled to UK from 1979 to 1999. Fig 2 shows the destinations where the British people visited in 1999.

fig.1: The British tourists always outnumbered foreign tourists from 1979 to 1999. In 1979, more than 10 million of UK residents visited worldwide, and then it jumped to 5 times in 1999. This year, the highest number of British people traveled overseas countries that were 50 million. However, foreigners visited the UK rose very slowly in 1979. In the next year, 1984, it increased rapidly from 10 million to 20 m. From 1989 to 1999. The UK observed the number of overseas tourists visited the country rose slowly. The highest number of foreign tourists came to Britain in 1999 which was almost 25 million. In the same year British traveled abroad by over 50 million, that is also the highest number from 1979-99.

Fig 2: Shows almost 12 m British traveled France in 1999, this year above 50m went abroad (fig.1). It’s the most popular tourist spot. Spain ranked the 2nd most popular tourist spot. USA, Greece the Turkey observed the number of tourists below 5 m. (of each)

The highest number of British traveled abroad in 1999. And, most of them visited France.  





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Test-1

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The charts below show the number of Japanese tourists traveling abroad between 1985 and 1995 and Australia’s share of Japanese tourist market.

Write a report for a university lecturer describing main features.
There are two charts in the task 1.1st  one shows the number of Japanese tourists traveling different countries from 1985-95. The 2nd fig shows the number of Japanese going to Australia in the same period.

Introduction
From fig1, we see in 1985, the Japanese people going abroad rose gradually; this trend continued up to 1989. However, in 1990, it fell sharply to 10 million. Again, the tourists rose rapidly and stayed stable in 1992 and 1993. In general; tourists increased from almost 5 million in 1985 to 14 million in 1995.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          
The 2nd fig shows the percentage of travelers coming to visit Australia in the same period as fig1. In 1994, the number of tourists was the highest which was almost 6%. From 1985, tourists increased gradually, but in 1988, it fell gradually. In 1989, it was about 4% of all tourists. (10 million in 1989, fig1). Then the figure rose slowly again until in 1994 while tourists were over 6%, followed by a slight fall. In general, tourists rose by 3ftimes from 1985 to 1995.

From fig1, we see, 16 million Japanese traveled worldwide in 1995 which was the highest number and in 1994, most of the tourists traveled Australia and overall, the number of travelers in creased rapidly from 1985-95.



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Test-2

Popular events like the football world cup and the other international sporting occasions are essential for easing international tensions and releasing patriotic emotions in a safe way.

To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?

Football is one of the most popular sporting activities nowadays. A coliseum or a stadium or a stadium is full of spectators when the game is popular one like football, cricket etc. These sports are hot favorite to national and international fans and happen worldwide. They take place after 3-5 years of preparation and millions of fans flock together sharing and knowing each other irrespective of boundaries. (Definition of topic)

However, the world becomes highly competitive in terms of political and business interests. One country tries to dominate over other, impose trade embargo, and make tension over boundary which sometimes lead to war. Recent two wars in Afghanistan and Iraq make us afraid of world war. (Problem)

Therefore, we should arrange games like cricket, football rather than destructive war that leaves millions of people dead. If we observe world cup football, we see a large number of people with different cast, creed, religion and origin sits side-by-side, watch their favorite game and share, tolerate and respect different cultures. For example, cricket played between India and Pakistan definitely eases tension in these confliction countries with different culture and religion. In the world cup football we see about 40 countries participate in this single event. The inaugural ceremony for this game is participated by each country singing national anthem and symbolizing specific culture. Also, players sing their national anthem just before the game starts. It gives them courage to fight in the game and makes them proud of their own country. Moreover hostile nations can soften their hostility in terms of political, cultural and ethnical while playing and enjoying the sport together. They find similarity and respect for each other through this massive event. Example: when Mexico was playing 2006 world cup football, most of its people were watching football than watching the political election happened in the same day.

I would like to ratify my opinion with that we should forget our differences irrespective of different countries, cultures, origins and share the same interest by the most popular sporting activity. 
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Test-2
TASK-1
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The chart below shows the amount spent on six consumer gods in four European countries.

The chart shows four different countries such as Britain, Germany, France and Italy spent thousands of pounds for 6 types of consumer goods.

The British spent almost 170 thousand pound sterling for films. France ranked 2nd position for this item. The British also spent almost same amount for toys. Italy and France spent the same amount on this item. The amount of toys bought by them was just below 160 thousand pound sterling.

We also see that films, toys and personal stereo are very popular items in these countries. The UK people like to listen to music and purchased over 160 thousand pounds worth CDs. Moreover, Italian and the British preferred perfumes. Germany, Italy and Britain spent almost the same amount on tennis racquets worth about 15 thousand pounds per year. Tennis is not so popular in France like other countries. For personal stereos, all four countries spent about similar amount around 150 thousand pounds on average.

In conclusion, we can say the British believes in consumerism and spent the higher amount on all six consumer goods mentioned. They specially spent heavily on film & toys.















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TASK-2
When a country develops its technology, the traditional skills and ways of life die out. It’s pointless to try and keep them alive.

To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?

Clue: Yes, technology and culture can’t live together for a long time. As we become more civilized with new technologies, we become habituated to use the latest products and occupy or time with the latest inventions. For example, emails and mobile destroy the traditional letters sent via post. CD, DVD, VCD etc are available and cheap and enters into a culture of a poor country and destroys it. Once we used to listen to rock songs, now we observe hip-hop songs getting popular everywhere in the world. Fashion, garments, medication, life styles, latest telecommunication machines change our lives everyday. We use to wear lunge, but now young men like to wear shorts at home.

New technology creates new products. In this decade, a large number of new products are developed and people become used to these products those make our lives more comfortable. Therefore, we see a lot of industries have been developed and provided huge employments. However, 100 years before, we didn’t find so many new industries offering new products. For example: VCR, CD, DVD, computer, contact lenses, new foods satellite, TV, mobiles, I-pod etc are good examples of new products those didn’t exist 50 years before. These products provide many new jobs. Jobs of blacksmith, coachmen, mason, potter, craftsman, cobbler handloom are destroyed and later are replaced by industries where thousands of people are now employed. We used to produce “Moslin” clothes 300 years before by handloom but the British colony & massive industrialization destroyed this invaluable fabric.

We should always try to save our culture and norms and practices which are good for our development. For example, we have developed band music and modern rock, pop songs. But we also have tried to sing our old folk songs with the latest musical instruments. Human creates technology for people’s comfort and better living. So technology will always replace old jobs with new products and new jobs. It’s universal. Our music industry suffers from piracy. We should develop new technology to make our music available in all electronics mobile, TV, MP3, MP4 players.  





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Test-4
TASK-1
In 1993, rate of unemployment in Japan was 2.5% whereas in the USA, it was 7%. In this year, the rate rose rapidly to 3.5. Then it fell slightly and rose again, in 1995. In 1996, unemployment rate increased gradually up to 1999. In general, it rose from 2.5 in 1993 to 5 in 1999.

Bullet point: The Japanese have better job opportunity than the American.

On the other hand, unemployment rate in the USA plunged in 1993 and became 5% in 1995. This year, rate increased slowly and fell gradually in the next year of 1996. In years of 1997- 99, the rate was almost steady/stable to 5%. Overall, the rate fell from 7 in 1993 to 5% in 1999. Both countries experienced steady rate of unemployment from 1997-98. In 1993 both countries have greater difference for unemployment rates, but in 1999 these rates became almost the same. In other words, employment situation improved in the USA whereas it deteriorated in Japan from 1993-99.

In conclusion, we see that rate of unemployment of the USA was always higher than that of Japan and it became the same for the both countries in 1999. On the other hand, we can say that employment rates in Japan are higher than that of the USA.




















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TASK-2
Improvement in health, education and trade are essential for the development of poorer nations. However, the governments of richer nations should take more responsibility for helping the poorer nations in such areas.

Health, education and trade are three essential and challenging sectors for a developing nation need to improve. A god government of a developing country looks after these vital areas and should fight with local resources to develop in these areas.

Conversely a poorer nation is dependent on the donation and aid from the rich countries to make its national budget emphasizing these fields. A rich nation with its educational as well as technological advantages generally manipulates over a poor country. He allocates aids, grants and massive debts to a developing counterpart with some conditions favorable and lucrative enough to make a rich nation richer.

In my opinion, richer nations should not help more in these basic sectors of a poor nation. A nation should provide and be responsible for achieving five basic human rights such as education, food, clothing, shelter, and medicine. Countries which receive donations can never develop and become burdened with foreign debt. Most of the foreign aids are misappropriated and looted by corrupt government officials of a poor nation. For example, Argentina go massive debt from IMF and World bank. Therefore, a few years back, the country saw five of its presidents toppled in one month. Similarly, she should allocate larger slices of her budget on education, health and business. Education is the backbone of a nation. With appropriate education, knowledge and experience, a nation can develop her human resource. Education can be innovative and ingenious enough to develop an economy. For example, Japan, South Korea and China have developed their educational fields using their talent, working skills and experience which reflect their culture and belong to them. In addition, health is wealth. A healthy nation makes lucrative work force and skilled labor that become highly competitive and desired in the western world where population growth is minimal or negative. In terms of business, a developing country should export more of her products than import from the developed countries. Developing countries should industrialize their economy by creating industrial park, developing agro-based economy. For example, country like Bangladesh can boost up their economy through massive agro based industries like cultivation, farming, poultry, cattle ranching, hatchery etc by using their own innovative skill and experiences.

In conclusion, I reinforce by view that developing nations should take overall responsibility to develop their infrastructure (reflect your opinion in conclusion).

















































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Test-1
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You should spend 20 minutes on this task

The table below shows the proportion of different categories of families living in poverty in Australia in 1999.

Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

Family type
Proportion of people from each household type living in poverty
Single aged person
6%(54000)
Aged couple
4%(48000)
Single, no children
19%(359000)
Couple, no children
7%(211000)
Sole parent
21%(232000)
Couple with children
12%(933000)
All households
11%(1837000)

The table shows different types of families and percentage of poor people from each family type in Australia in 1999. We note there were 6 categories of family types.

Aged couple, single aged person & couple without children are the richer family types among others.

Sole parents were the poorest family type, which were 22%, the highest number. Single parents with no children, ranked 2nd in this category. 12% couple with has occupied the third position. All household type family got 1% less poor people than that of couple with children. However, this total type of family provided almost 2 million people living in poverty and it’s the highest among other family types. Exactly 359 thousand people were poor under “single without children” category. It comprised only 19% of all household family types. And only 12% couple with children made the largest number of people with poverty which is 933 thousand. But, couple with no children was only 7%. Aged couple was 4% and numbered by 48 thou.

Aged couples were supposed to be richer with only 4% people living under poverty. 7% couples without children indicated 211 thousand poor people. And, it was 1% more than that of single aged person. (word KvD›U Ki“b)

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Test-2
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The graph below shows the demand for electricity in England during typical days in winter and summer. The pie charts show how electricity in used in an average English home.

Summarize the information by selecting and reporting main features and make comparisons where relevant.

Write at least 150 words

                                                                                                  
There are two charts in the task 1. 1st charts shows demand for electricity in a particular day; X-axis shows one day is divided into 24 hours. Y-axis indicates the units of electricity consumed. Fig 2 shows the amount of electricity used in various purposes in an English home.

The amount of electricity used in winter is almost double than that of summer on average. Fig 2 shows most of the electricity was used for heating rooms & water in winter.

Electricity consumed in winter was within the range of 30 to 40 thousands units whereas in summer, consumption was between 10 to 20 thousand units. Moreover, in summer, consumption decreased early hours of morning, but it increased at night. The pattern is also observed in winter. In contrast/but, at early hours of day demand rose sharply in winter whereas it slowly decreased in summer. Demand rose rapidly for both seasons at 9 hours. Peak hour is at 21 hour which is same for both too. This peak hour demand was above 40000 in winter, it was 20000 in summer. We see two peak hours for summer (12 & 21 hour) & winter (3 & 21 hour) individually.

2nd fig shows 52.5% electricity was consumed for heating rooms and water. It was highest amount consumed for this purpose than that of others. The electricity consumed for ovens, kettles, washing machines is 1/3 less than that of heating rooms. Lighting TV, radios used the same amount as used by vacuum cleaners, food mixers etc.

Logical relation between fig 1 and fig 2: to score band score 8: conclusion








In winter, the highest amount of electricity was consumed and from fig2, we see that heating rooms and water required huge amount of electrical power in this season.

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Test-3
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The chart below shows the different levels of post-school qualifications in Australia the proportion of men and women who held them in 1999.

Summarize the information by selecting and reporting main features and make comparisons where relevant. (The latest syllabus recommends bullet points)


















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Note: bullet point: to achieve more than 7 band score: learn to find the bullet point/key feature in task 1. Mention the point at the beginning of description.
Here bullet point: Majority of women chose undergraduate diploma and Bachelor’s programs. However, males preferred masters and post graduate programs/diploma. (Describe in past form-AZxZ mv‡ji K_v D‡j­L _vK‡j past-G wjLyb) (ev¯—‡e †Q‡jiv †g‡q‡`i †_‡K Awaenv‡i gv÷vm© wWMÖx ev D”P wk¶v MÖnb K‡i _v‡K)

Introduction:
The bar chart shows the percentage of male and female studied in graduate and undergraduate programs in 1999.
Majority of women chose undergraduate diploma and Bachelor’s programs. However, males preferred masters and post graduate programs/diploma. 70% women took undergraduate diploma while 30% men preferred the program. Moreover, the number of women chose Bachelor’s degree was 55-45=10% more than that of men.
On the other hand, most of the males studied skilled vocational diploma which was 90%, it’s nine times more than female students. Male students also dominated in post graduate diploma and Master’s degree program. 70% male students took post-graduate diploma. This figure was more than double than female students participating in the same degree. 60% males obtained Master’s degree while 40% females achieved this.

Comparison among various degrees:
The number of female achieved undergraduate diploma is the same as the number of male preferred post-graduate degree which was 70%. It’s less than the number of males got skilled vocational diploma. It’s noted that the least number of females preferred this diploma. However, majority of women chose undergraduate diploma.
In conclusion, we observe that both male and female students liked diploma programs than that of Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees. 196 words




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Compare the advantages and disadvantages of three of the following as media for communicating information. State which you consider to be more effective (opinion):
        Comics
        Books
        Radio
        Television
        Film
        Theatre
Give reasons for your answer and include ant relevant example from your own knowledge or experience.

In my opinion, books, television and films are the most important media among others mentioned. These are now become part of our lives. Books are the earliest form of media, and then comes TV; and films followed it.

Books provide many advantages such as it provides a source of knowledge, reference, text books for academic uses, and reading books for pleasure. Reading books develops people’s imagination, gives information and books become inevitable media in all academic institutions from schools to university. Every institution in this world contains library full of books and it is proved essential for developing knowledge for survival, for business, education, entertainment and all others sectors of development need book. A hard printed copy of book is portable (enb‡hvM¨). We can read books in bed, on bus, train, ship and air plain. It is still considered valuable and preferred standard form of media in this world of software and the net.

There are some disadvantages about reading book. Some people become book-worm and addicted to reading theoretical knowledge than using it in real life. Students waste their valuable time reading books for pleasure such as paper back thriller books, novels, stories, tabloids, poetry, porn and other form of books.

Now the world is blessed with satellite TV. It is now cheap and available for m of electronic media which is very popular. We can exchange different culture, movie, music, norms and practices via watching various channels of different countries. International news channels provide impartial news. BBC, VOA gives not only news but different discussion programs, health tips, interviews with famous people around the world. In my country, we have one TV channel 20 years before, but now we have 8/4 channels broadcasting 24 hour programs. Our people living overseas can also watch these programs such as news, popular drama serials, discussion and advertisements and save our culture from the aggression of foreign culture.

Western Hollywood and Bollywood movie, music, languages are very pervasive and becoming popular in our country destroying our language, culture, music and movies and “alien culture” already destroy our movie and music sectors. These also hurt our religion, norms and practices and rituals.
Films are very fabulous among common people. Young generation like to watch their favorite films on satellite TV. Hollywood and Bollywood films are more accessible. Therefore, people don’t go to cinema to watch our own films. Films can directly show a country’s culture, norms and practices, language, garments, religion and show a way of living a better life. It also develops common culture and unity among mass people.
In my opinion, books are the best form of media. That’s why they have a place everywhere from office to educational organizations. Moreover, books are the oldest form of media, which is preserved, evaluated, taught and respected for 700 years. Now e-books or software books are also proved effective. These software books show 3d pictures of any topic, subject and easy to learn. Millions of e-books are available in the net with increasing number of readers worldwide. Students allover the world is required to study printed text books even in this world of computers and the net. Television is mainly useful for news, entertainment and “distance education” through TV is not so successful. On the other hand, films reflect one particular culture of a country and are watched for pleasure and entertainment.

In conclusion, I must add that books are essential for academic and entertainment purposes whereas TV and films are popular media for home entertainment. 579 words  





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12 Basic English Grammar Rules and Tips You Absolutely Need to Know

1. It is perfectly acceptable to start a sentence with And or But.

The single most important element in fluid writing is the use of effective transitions between sentences and paragraphs. And no transition is more effective than the plain single-syllable words and and but.
The notion that it’s ungrammatical to start a sentence with a conjunction has long been ignored by the best writers and debunked by reputable grammarians. Look at the op-ed page of any major newspaper or scan through some pages of any well-edited magazine and you’ll see plenty of examples. Why? Because conjunctions are excellent transition tools, signaling how the sentence to follow fits in with what came before—and because they’re short, sharp, and fleet. And and but are usually more effective than clunky conjunctive adverbs such as additionally and however, which add syllables and demand a comma after them.


2. It is perfectly acceptable to end a sentence with a preposition.

The “rule” that you should not end a sentence with a preposition is a misbegotten notion based on Latin syntax and expounded by a few (a very few) 19th-century writers. Grammarians have long since dismissed it as ill-founded and unnecessary. Often a sentence that ends with a preposition sounds far more natural than the same sentence forced into avoiding the terminal preposition. Consider: What will the new product be used for? versus For what purpose will the new product be used?
That said, a strong sentence should end forcefully because the end of a sentence is the most emphatic position. A preposition is rarely a powerful sentence-ender, but it is not an ungrammatical one.


3. The adverb corresponding to the adjective good is well.

When describing performance, manner, action, and the like, use the adverb well <The intern works well under pressure> <The research and development stage is going well> <We wish them well in the future>. Though becoming more widespread, the adverbial use of good is nonstandard English <The vice presidents *worked good as a team> <The new water pump *is running good>. The question whether to use good or well frequently arises when someone asks “How are you doing?” The best answer—assuming a positive response— is “I’m doing well” (or “I’m fine, thank you”). Saying “I’m good” is common but unrefined. The response “I’m *doing good” is substandard because good is there being used as an adverb. An exception to the rule against using good as an adverb applies with certain set phrases <a good many more> <did it but good>.

4. The subject of the sentence determines the number of the verb.

A subject and its verb must both be either singular or plural. Grammar Girl says so. (Grammar Girl and says are both singular.) All grammarians say so. (Grammarians and say are both plural.) The rule seems so elementary as to be trivial. But a lot can go wrong. A prepositional phrase modifying the subject is a common source of trouble: Should be an oversupply of foreign imports take a singular or plural verb? The answer is singular, to match the subject oversupply. Although compound subjects generally take plural verbs, sometimes a subject really expresses a single (and singular) idea <The company’s bread and butter is still shipping>. The subject, bread and butter, is plural in form but singular in sense, so it takes the singular verb is.
There (in its use as a subject stand-in, as in There is another way) presents a special problem, one that some authorities call the most common grammatical error today. In inverted sentences, the true subject follows the verb <There go our fourth-quarter profits>. The subject profits is after the verb go. Yet people seem to want singular verbs with there regardless of what follows, and errors result <*There is still market capacity and established competition to be considered>. The compound subject capacity and competition should take the plural verb are, not the singular verb is.
Illusory compounds can also cause trouble. These occur with constructions such as together with, as well as, and the like, none of which forms a plural. <The board, along with the president and CFO, endorses the stock split>. The subject is the singular board, which takes the singular verb endorses.
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5. Both either and neither, as subjects, take singular verbs.

Beware of distractions caused by prepositional phrases containing plural objects: The subject—either or neither—is still singular <Either of the marketing plans involves [not involve] capital investment> <Neither of our expansion options provides [not provide] a total solution>.

6. With neither/nor and either/or in the subject position, the second element controls the number of the verb.

When the correlative conjunctions either/or or neither/nor frame alternatives in the singular, the verb is singular <Either phone or fax is acceptable for your response>. When the alternatives are plural, the verb is plural <Neither our accountants nor our lawyers are concerned about the merger>. But when one element is singular and the other is plural, match the verb to the second element <Neither the regional managers nor the vice-president for sales likes [not like] the proposed campaign’s theme> <Either the home office or the branch managers are [not is] largely responsible for employee morale>.

7. A flat adverb like thus or doubtless takes no –ly ending.

Most adverbs are formed by adding the -ly suffix to adjectives (large makes largelyquick makes quickly) or changing the -able suffix to -ably (amicable makes amicablycapable makes capably). But the English language also contains a fair number of adverbs that do not end in -ly (such as fastill, and seldom). With these, it is unnecessary—and unidiomatic—to add the suffix -ly. The two most common examples are *doubtlessly and *thusly.

8. The words howevertherefore, and otherwise cannot join independent clauses without additional punctuation.

An independent clause (1) contains a subject and a verb and (2) expresses a complete thought. It can stand alone as a sentence, or it can be connected with another clause by a comma and a conjunction (such as andbutor) <The new advertising campaign is ready, but the CEO has yet to approve it>. When two independent clauses are joined with a conjunctive adverb like however, a semicolon must go in front of the connector and a comma after <Mr. Bingham can’t attend the meeting; however, he hopes to call before we adjourn>. Omitting the semicolon or replacing it with a comma creates what is known as a “comma splice” <*We were supposed to arrive at 4:00 p.m., however, we didn’t arrive until 5:00>.

9. With a verb phrase, the adverb usually goes after the first auxiliary verb.

Writing authorities have long agreed that midphrase is the strongest and most natural place for an adverb <Industry experts have long agreed on the product’s effectiveness>. The alternatives are awkward <Industry experts long have agreed on the product’s effectiveness> or nonsensical <Industry experts have agreed long on the product’s effectiveness>. Resistance to this guidance may be due to the old superstition that it’s ungrammatical to split an infinitive (it isn’t), since that is one type of split verb <We expect the new product line and expanded territory to almost double our sales in the next two years>.
When the phrase has more than one auxiliary verb, the most natural placement is usually after the first one (as in has long been assumed).


10. Relative pronouns (thatwhich, and who) must appear alongside their antecedents.

A relative pronoun (that, which, who, whom, and various forms with the –ever suffix) serves one of two purposes. First, it can link a dependent clause to an independent one <Whoever wants to participate is welcome>. The dependent clause (whoever wants to participate) serves as the subject of the main clause. Second, it can join a clause with its antecedent <Those who want to participate are welcome>. Here, the dependent clause (who want to participate) adds crucial information about its antecedent, those.
The second type of relative pronoun should be close to its antecedent—preferably immediately after it. The link must be clear because trouble can occur when the reference becomes uncertain <*Please discuss the customerservice position in the accounting department that is being eliminated>. Which is being eliminated, the position or the department? Restating the sentence clarifies it <Please discuss the customer-service position that is being eliminated in the accounting department>. The relative pronoun that immediately follows its antecedent, customer-service position.


11. An appositive is set off by commas when it is not essential to the sentence (when it is nonrestrictive), but is not set o? by commas when it is essential (restrictive).

An appositive is a noun or noun phrase that follows another noun (or pronoun) and identifies or depicts it more fully <My colleague Pat agrees> <The customer, a tall man in an oversized suit, left his keys on the counter>.
In the first example, the appositive Pat is not set off by commas from the rest of the sentence. In the second, a tall man in an oversized suit is set off. The reason is that appositives, like relative clauses (those introduced by which, who, and whom), may or may not be essential to the meaning of the sentence. Pat, in the first sentence, is essential—it specifies which colleague (presumably out of several) is being referred to. In the second sentence, the appositive merely adds description. We could also say that Pat, in the first sentence, defines or restricts its referent, colleague, while the appositive in the second sense is indefinite or nonrestrictive. Current stylebooks use the terms restrictive and nonrestrictive to label these qualities.
Appositives may also be set off by em-dashes (typically for emphasis) or parentheses (typically for deemphasis) instead of commas.


12. Correlative conjunctions (those used in pairs) require parallel phrasing.

Correlative conjunctions (such as both . . . and, neither . . . nor, and not only . . . but also) work in pairs, joining related constructions that match in syntax. Each conjunction should immediately precede the part of speech it describes. Parallelism is rarely a problem with simple nouns <neither time nor money>, but it becomes tricky with phrases and clauses, as in the erroneous phrasing *We not only raised our regional market share but also our profit margin, which should read: We raised not only our regional market share but also our profit margin. The verb raised must be outside the first correlative conjunction (not only) to apply to both possessive phrases (our regional market share and our profit margin).

Excerpted from the HBR Guide to Better Business Writing by Bryan A. Garner.

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