IELTS Writing task 1: Line graph and model answer

Academic Writing task 1: C02 Emissions line graph

Line graphs are very common in IELTS academic task 1 writing. In this lesson, we will look at a Model Answer for CO2 emissions for 4 European countries and an analysis.

This line graph comes from Cambridge IELTS 11 academic. You can find this book on Amazon. Use only official IELTS material when doing practice tests as there is a lot of fake IELTS material out there on the web.

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IELTS Writing Task 1 : Table Lesson

No not this kind of table 🙂

How to write about a Table in academic writing task 1

Tables sometimes show up in academic task 1 writing so you need to be prepared just in case you get one. You will need to use the language of comparisons, however, if the data changes over time use trends language. Spend a couple of minutes analysing the task first.

The most important point to remember with academic task 1 writing is that you have to be selective, especially if there is a lot of data in the chart, graph or table. This means that you do not need to write about every piece of data. Grouping the data is another key skill that is needed here.

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IELTS Writing Task 1: The process of making milk and cheese

IELTSwritingtask1Writing task 1 academic process diagram.

Describing a process needs specific grammar, such as the passive and sequencers for showing how something is made or processed. In this lesson, we will look at how to use the vocabulary and grammar, the correct structure and a model answer for a diagram showing how milk, cheese and butter are made for commercial sale.

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IELTS Writing Task 1: Language for describing trends

Vocabulary and grammar for line graphs and describing trends.

In Writing task 1 academic you need to write a report about one of the following: It could be a bar chart, a line graph, maps, a table, a pie chart or a process diagram. In this case, we are going to look at describing a line graph in IELTS writing task 1 and the kind of grammar and vocabulary that is needed for this task.

This lesson will look at:

1. Vocabulary for describing a line graph
2. Useful grammar for this task
3. Example of a basic line graph
4. Gap-fill exercise

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