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IELTS-Tips-And-Tricks-IELTS Graph Vocabulary For Self Preparation

By Admin at April 26, 2011 00:32
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IELTS-Blog – Vocabulary for Graph Writing

 

How to write IELTS Graphs

 

 

Describing the movement: adjectives and adverbs

 

Sometimes we need to give more information about a trend as follows:

There has been a slight increase in the value of the dollar (degree of change)

Unemployment fell rapidly last year (the speed of change)

Remember that we modify a noun with an adjective (a slight increase) and a verb with an adverb (to increase slightly).

 

Describing the degree of change

Adjectives

Adverbs

Dramatic

Dramatically

Sharp

Sharply

Huge

 

Enormous

Enormously

Steep

Steeply

Substantial

Substantially

Considerable

Considerably

Significant

Significantly

Marked

Markedly

Moderate

Moderately

Slight

Slightly

Small

 

Minimal

Minimally

 

 

 

 

 

Describing the speed of change

Adjectives

Adverbs

Rapid

Rapidly

Quick

Quickly

Swift

Swiftly

Sudden

Suddenly

Steady

Steadily

Gradual

Gradually

Slow

Slowly

 

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IELTS Tips - Sample Line Graph Sentences In Writng Module For Academic Students

By Admin at April 24, 2011 23:44
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How To Write Line Graphs In Academic Writing

 

Task 1 In IELTS - Graph Writing


The line graphs are used to show the trends and the students are to describe them in minimum150 words. Have a look at the below mentioned images and see the sample sentences for the same. Please see the use of vocabulary and the different ways to write the sentences and describe the trends.


Trend 1

 

 

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i. The trend in customer numbers was upward.


ii. Customer numbers fluctuated slightly.


iii. There were considerable fluctuations in customer numbers.


iv. There were fluctuations in customer numbers.



Trend 2

 

 

 

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i. The number of customers fell dramatically


ii. Customer numbers fell.


iii. Numbers fell steadily.


iv. There was a dramatic drop in customer numbers.


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Importance Of Grammar In IELTS Writing Tasks

By Admin at April 10, 2011 23:10
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Grammar For IELTS


Writing Correct Sentences In Writing For GT and Academic Modules

 

The Grammar is the backbone for any language and so is for English. If you are targeting more than 6 bands in IELTS Writing tasks then, make sure that your grammar is good and you are able to write it with punctuation as we.

 

To test your ability to write down the good grammar sentences in Academic task 1 for graph writing, here is an exercise for you. Attempt the same to check where do you stand and send the answers to info@teconline.in


Correct The Sample Graph Sentences


1. The maximum males was spent time on reading books.


2. In USA, the consumption of alcohol were maximum.


3. In 1999 the minimum propertion of sole parent were living under poverty line was 7%.


4. The amount of money was spent on clothing in ireland 50$


5. 44 people was liking read fiction book.


6. In 1986/87 the maximum percentage of people were attended opera.


7. 7.9% energy was production from nuclear energy


8. Family A and B family saving maximum money.


9. 10% money was spend on clothing by Family B.


10. The maximum sold lunch was on thursday


Take care of the spellings, punctuation and grammar and send your answers to info@teconline.in.


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