When grading the writing section of
IELTS exams, the markers look for three main things - answering the
question accurately, cohesionand coherence, language appropriateness
(grammar, spelling, register etc.) Research has shown that students
have major problems with the writing module because of insufficient
time, different writing styles, lack of vocabulary, weak grammar, incorrect
spelling, and lack of background knowledge of the topic in
the test passages.
At selfaccess.com we provide many exercises to help you practise grammar.
Remember also that for describing trends and graphs, the verb forms
you are likely to need to know are the contrast between present
perfect for unfinished actions and the simple
past, the use of present continuous to
describe things in the process of happening, and future with will for
Do you have to practise using the present perfect or choosing the correct
verb forms, why not try our academic lessons below?