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IELTS 19 Mar, 15:17
19 BAND 9 IELTS Sample Essays and 240 Task 2 Questions Ebook

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9️⃣ Band 9 EX-IELTS EXAMINER ESSAY REVIEW

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IELTS 16 Mar, 18:34
💡 5 Tips for an IELTS Writing Band 9 Essay

🔹 Answer what is being asked!
Make sure you read the prompt carefully and answer the questions you’re being asked. I can’t emphasize this enough. In order to score well on Task Achievement, you need to appropriately and fully address the task.


🔹 Plan your work, work your plan.
Plan out your essay before you start writing.
What are your main points? What order are you going to make them in? How do they link together? Having a well organized essay is key scoring high marks for Coherence and Cohesion. Many IELTS test-takers will spend up to 10 minutes planning out their essay before they start writing. A few points to keep in mind:

• Your essay should have 4-5 paragraphs in total and at least 250 words
• Plan your supporting points so that they don’t go off topic


🔹 Write, review, re-write
Write your essay, review it and then “rewrite” it.
Don’t focus on getting things perfect upfront – you don’t want to waste 15 minutes trying to come up with the perfect synonym for something and then not have enough time to finish your full essay! Write your essay first (an unwritten essay won’t score well at all!) and then go back through it to see how you can improve it. Some questions to ask yourself at this stage:

• Are there places where you can swap out stronger words for weaker ones in order to improve your Lexical Resource score?
• Are there places where you can phrase things differently in order to illustrate your Grammatical Range?


🔹 Where are you falling?
To pass with a Band 9 the reality is you need two sets of skills:

• Exam skills
• Language skills
What are exam skills?

Can you plan an effective essay? Quickly? Ideally between 3-5 minutes.
Can you think of enough ideas and examples to put in the essay plan?
Firstly you need to discover which of these skills you need. To do this you write a lot of essays and then find out which part of the essay writing process is costing you the most amount of time, points or stress.


🔹 Better language skills?
A lot of students fail the IELTS exam, and end up with 6.5. Also, a lot of students go straight to Google and search for “IELTS Writing tips”, or “Task two tips”. These tips might be helpful but sometimes the real problem might just be in the language skills.

You see writing error free perfect sentences is probably much more of challenge than you think, especially under exam conditions i.e in 40 minutes with immense pressure to pass.
The fastest way to improve your language skills is to get feedback. Ask someone to review your written work and, you will probably be surprised and disappointed 😉

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IELTS 16 Mar, 14:20
🤔 Ever wondered how does IELTS Band 9 Score Essay look like? Here is the sample of such essay👇

What is in the article?
✅ Evaluation criteria
✅ IELTS Band 9 Score essay
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IELTS 15 Mar, 16:47
📝 Speaking sample task – Part 1 transcript

Part 1 Introduction and interview

[This part of the test begins with the examiner introducing himself or herself and checking the candidate’s identification. It then continues as an interview.]

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🔸 Examiner: Now, in this first part, I’d like to ask you some more questions about yourself, OK? Let’s talk about your home town or village. What kind of place is it?

🔹 Candidate: It’s quite a small village, about 20km from Zurich. And it’s very quiet. And we have only little ... two little shops because most of the people work in Zurich or are orientated to the city.

🔸 Examiner: What’s the most interesting part of this place ... village?

🔹 Candidate: On the top of a hill we have a little castle which is very old and quite well known in Switzerland.

🔸 Examiner: What kind of jobs do people in the village do?

🔹 Candidate: We have some farmers in the village as well as people who work in Zurich as bankers or journalists or there are also teachers and some doctors, some medicines.

🔸 Examiner: Would you say it’s a good place to live?

🔹 Candidate: Yes. Although it is very quiet, it is … people are friendly and I would say it is a good place to live there, yes.

🔸 Examiner: Let’s move on to talk about accommodation. Tell me about the kind of accommodation you live in ...

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IELTS 15 Mar, 16:47
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Let's practice speaking! Here is the sample conversation of examiner and candidate talking about 🏠house or 🏘village

🗣 Speaking sample task – Part 1

Part 1 Introduction and interview

[This part of the test begins with the examiner introducing himself or herself and checking the candidate’s identification. It then continues as an interview.]

➡️ Let’s talk about your home town or village.

• What kind of place is it?
• What’s the most interesting part of your town/village?
• What kind of jobs do the people in your town/village do?
• Would you say it’s a good place to live? (Why?)

➡️ Let’s move on to talk about accommodation.

• Tell me about the kind of accommodation you live in?
• How long have you lived there?
• What do you like about living there?
• What sort of accommodation would you most like to live in?

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IELTS 14 Mar, 15:23
'See', 'look' and 'watch' are all verbs and they all use your eyes, but they are used differently. Sam tells you the difference in just 1 minute.
Watch and then complete the gaps in the sentence with the correct option:
Last night, I (1)____ television when I thought I (2)____ someone outside the window. I got up and (3)____ but luckily no one was there.
a) saw
b) was watching
c) looked

Test yourself 😉

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IELTS 13 Mar, 18:13
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IELTS 13 Mar, 16:43
🧐 Sample Academic Reading Identifying Information (True/False/Not Given)

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IELTS 11 Mar, 18:21
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IELTS 11 Mar, 18:18
❌ Here are some more examples of frequent mistakes you should avoid

Anxious (= troubled) about, not for.

✖️Don't say: They're anxious for his health.

✔️Say: They're anxious about his health.

Note : Anxious meaning "wishing very much" takes for: Parents are anxious for their children's success.

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Arrive at, not to.

✖️Don't say: We arrived to the village at night.

✔️Say: We arrived at the village at night.

Note : Use "arrive in" with countries and large cities: Mr Smith has arrived in London. (Or New York, India, etc.)

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Ashamed of, not from.

✖️Don't say: He's now ashamed from his conduct.

✔️Say: He's now ashamed of his conduct.

Note : It isn't correct to use "ashamed of" meaning "shy". Ashamed means feeling shame or guilt about something. Shy means feeling nervous with someone. Instead of saying: I'm ashamed (or shamed) of my teacher, say: I'm shy of my teacher.

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Believe in, not to.

✖️Don't say: We believe to God.

✔️Say: We believe in God.

Note : "To believe in" means to have faith in. "To believe" (without the "in") means to regard something as true: I believe everything he says.

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Boast of or about, not for.

✖️Don't say: James boasted for his strength.

✔️Say: James boasted of (or about) his strength.

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IELTS 10 Mar, 20:07