My IELTS Classroom Podcast

Taking IELTS letters to the next level!

September 29, 2020 Shelly Cornick and Nick Lone Episode 27
My IELTS Classroom Podcast
Taking IELTS letters to the next level!
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My IELTS Classroom Podcast
Taking IELTS letters to the next level!
Sep 29, 2020 Episode 27
Shelly Cornick and Nick Lone

Do you know the difference between a good IELTS letter and a great one? The tone! Writers who are able to engage with the question and write IELTS letters that feels AUTHENTIC are those who walk away with a 7.5 or an 8.0 for General Training Writing Task One instead of a 6.5 or 6.0. You can find out more about today's lesson at  http://blog.myieltsclassroom.com/ielts-letters/
 
Episode Notes
Today, Nick and I are going to focus on how you can analyse the prompt to make your formal and semi-formal letters feel as genuine as possible. And, if you are an Academic student, DON'T SWITCH OFF! There is a lot to learn here about engaging with an IELTS question that can help you with your essay writing (and also, the lesson is just a lot of fun!)

In this episode, you will learn:

  1. the basic facts about the IELTS General Training writing test 
  2. the importance of the addressing the bullets fully
  3. the importance of tone and using our imagination 
  4. how to analyse prompts to make sure you adapt your language to the specific situation described in the task 
  5. how to invent specifics that give you the best chance of extending your answer successfully

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Show Notes

Do you know the difference between a good IELTS letter and a great one? The tone! Writers who are able to engage with the question and write IELTS letters that feels AUTHENTIC are those who walk away with a 7.5 or an 8.0 for General Training Writing Task One instead of a 6.5 or 6.0. You can find out more about today's lesson at  http://blog.myieltsclassroom.com/ielts-letters/
 
Episode Notes
Today, Nick and I are going to focus on how you can analyse the prompt to make your formal and semi-formal letters feel as genuine as possible. And, if you are an Academic student, DON'T SWITCH OFF! There is a lot to learn here about engaging with an IELTS question that can help you with your essay writing (and also, the lesson is just a lot of fun!)

In this episode, you will learn:

  1. the basic facts about the IELTS General Training writing test 
  2. the importance of the addressing the bullets fully
  3. the importance of tone and using our imagination 
  4. how to analyse prompts to make sure you adapt your language to the specific situation described in the task 
  5. how to invent specifics that give you the best chance of extending your answer successfully

Rate and review My IELTS Classroom
If you are on Apple Podcasts, help us to help more people just like you by rating and reviewing our show. Reviews let other students - just like you - find our information-packed episodes and start their IELTS journey in the best possible way.

Remember, My IELTS Classroom offers a range of IELTS services: