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IELTS GT Task 1 Letter Writing - Write a letter to your manager and inform him about project status

By Admin at May 13, 2014 20:22
Filed Under: IELTS

Question 1 - General Training IELTS for British and Australia

You are working in a multi national company. Write a letter to your employer and tell him about:

-status of project you are assigned

-future investment

-completion date

You should write at least 150 words.



Dear Sir,


I am writing this letter to inform you about the latest status of our ongoing Omega Science City Project.


As the construction for this project was completed last month before our tentative schedule hence we got appreciable time to look into the interiors and some more modifications in the surroundings. As this is the first and unique science related building in this city so, we are putting much emphasis on the interiors so that it remains ventilated and gets lots of natural light. We have got workers engaged for 24x7 in three shifts to complete this project on schedule which is June 10 next month.


To work on the interiors, AC fittings and security cameras we may need some liquid cash to the tune to $4 million in the coming week. This is the only area of concern at the moment as the bank has not cleared our new loan request. I personally request you to pursue with the bank manager so that it does not become a hurdle and we achieve this target on time as always.


Hoping for your early response on this.






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IELTS Listening Module - Tips and Tricks For British & Australia

By Admin at May 09, 2014 02:46
Filed Under: IELTS

There are many answers spoken in the IELTS Listening Conversation which the students listen to and then, transfer them on to the answer sheet. Here are some tips to follow to improve on the score


1. Transfer all the answers in the capital letters


2. Use the universal abreviations whereever possible. For example, any currency symbol can be written while the most common are for Dollar, Euro, Pound.


3. Make sure that you are writing correct spellings and grammar.



Latest Essays in IELTS Examination For Australia and British - Task 2 Writing

By Admin at May 07, 2014 15:21
Filed Under: IELTS

Question 1.

When a country develops its technology, the traditional skills and ways of life die out. It is pointless to try and keep them alive. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?


Question 2.

1.    Generation gap is as old as humanity. What are the causes of generation gap? What can be done to strike a balance in the relations with the two generations?