Appositives to boost your IELTS grammar score

An appositive is a really useful bit of grammar for improving your IELTS score because appositives are so flexible. Once you know how to use them, you’ll be finding opportunities to use them in almost any sentence in the IELTS exam.

IELTS Line Graph (Writing Task One Academic)

Line graphs are the most common IELTS academic task one question type. They can also be one of the hardest types to answer. On this page, you can check out my sample answer for an especially tricky line graph question and find out why it is worth a band nine.

IELTS Task One Process Diagram

If you’re looking to improve your IELTS task one writing, you’ve come to the right place. On this page you can find a band nine model answer for an IELTS task one process diagram question. You’ll also find useful structure and vocabulary to answer this question type.

IELTS Task One Map model answer

Have you ever wondered how to describe a map in IELTS task one? You’re in the right place. On this page you can find an example of an IELTS academic task one model answer, a breakdown of how to answer maps questions and useful vocabulary for describing a map.

The Truth about Idiomatic IELTS Vocabulary

Many IELTS learners get confused by the idea of ‘idiomatic vocabulary’ and think it means ‘uses lots of idioms’. By the end of this article, you’ll know why that isn’t the case, what you should be doing instead and why IELTS vocabulary learning doesn’t have to be that hard.

Four Ways Band Nine Students Improve Their Vocabulary

Most students waste lots of time when they’re studying vocabulary for the IELTS exam.

In fact, it’s easy for learners to spend a lot of time on activities that are easy but don’t help them make progress. We’ve made articles in the past about how not to study IELTS vocabulary, but what should you do if you want to make progress? This guide shows you four techniques you can use to effectively improve your vocabulary in less time.