There is a problem on a road outside your home.
Write a letter to your local councilor. In your letter
Explain what the problem is;
tell the councillor; what you would like to be done
After working with more than 3000 students who were preparing for IELTS General Training module, we have observed even candidates with proficient Listening, Reading and Speaking skills are stuck at 6.5 bands in Writing. Why is it so? We have observed a few patterns the way you approach these essays and have compiled the most common reasons below.
Some people think that having old people in society is a problem as they are completely dependent on their children while others believe that having senior citizen around adds value to the family.
While mobile phones have many advantages, a number of problems have also resulted from them or the ways in which they are used.
What are some of these problems?
What solutions can you suggest for solving these problems?
Over the past few years, we have observed that many students preparing for IELTS fail to score in Reading Section. With our experience of training more than 3000 students all over the world, we have noted specific tricks that can boost your Reading scores by at least 1 band.
We at Career Care meet students preparing for IELTS from all over the world. It is interesting to observe that some of the mistakes in the Writing section of most of the students are similar despite the cultural variety and educational system. Based on our observations, we have shortlisted 5 ways to boost your IELTS writing scores that can work for anyone who is preparing for IELTS tests.
One of your friends has asked you to be a partner in his new business.
Write a letter to reply to your friend’s offer. In your letter
Give your opinion about friend’s business ideas.
Tell him whether you have decided to accept his offer.
And explain your reasons for the decision.
You stayed with overseas friend last month.
Write a letter to your overseas friend. In this letter:
Thank him or her for the photos and for the holidays. Explain why you didn’t write earlier
Invite him or her for an event in your country.
You recently read an article in newspaper about someone you know personally. You found some information is wrong.
Write a letter to the editor to inform him about it. Use following points:
What is the article about?
What is the error?
What you expect an editor to do?
Last month you had an overseas holiday with some friends where you stayed at their house. They have just sent you some holiday photos.
Write a letter to your friends.
In your letter: Thank them for the holiday and the photos. Explain why you didn’t write earlier. Invite them to come and stay with you.