The Resource IELTS advantage writing skills, Richard Brown, Lewis Richards

IELTS advantage writing skills, Richard Brown, Lewis Richards

Label
IELTS advantage writing skills
Title
IELTS advantage writing skills
Statement of responsibility
Richard Brown, Lewis Richards
Title variation
  • A step-by-step guide to a high IELTS writing score
  • Writing skills
  • International English language testing system advantage writing skills
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
AU@
Dewey number
428.24
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
IELTS advantage
Label
IELTS advantage writing skills, Richard Brown, Lewis Richards
Publication
http://library.link/vocab/branchCode
  • melc
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: Unit 1 Advantages and disadvantages essays 1: Living abroad -- Spotlight -- 1.Writing about life changes and experiences -- 2.Verb patterns -- Model essay: Advantages and disadvantages -- Structure and linking: Organizing your essay -- Writing introductions -- Writing conclusions -- Exam skills -- 1.Topic sentences -- 2.Avoiding generalizations in your writing -- Unit 2 Problem and solution essays 1: Education and teaching -- Spotlight -- 1.Collocations for writing about education -- 2.Academic language for writing about solutions -- Model essay: Problems and solutions -- Structure and linking: Contrasting ideas -- Language workout: Word-building -- Grammar and phrases for introductions -- Exam skills -- 1.Grammar and vocabulary for writing conclusions -- 2.Building a good paragraph -- Unit 3 Opinion essays 1: Crime -- Spotlight -- 1.Key language for writing about crime -- 2.Key structures: make/let/allow -- Model essay: Opinions --
  • Contents note continued: Structure and linking: Supporting arguments and opinions -- Writing introductions for opinion essays -- Dealing with discussion essays -- Exam skills -- 1.Expressing someone else's opinion -- 2.Using articles correctly -- Unit 4 Advantages and disadvantages essays 2: Work -- Spotlight -- 1.Key language for writing about work and careers -- 2.Avoiding generalizations: using tend (not) to -- Model essay: Advantages and disadvantages -- Structure and linking: in spite of / despite -- Language workout: Word formation -- Exam skills -- 1.Using pronouns to link ideas and avoid repetition -- 2.Using the passive -- 3.Key adverbs for emphasis, opinion and style -- Unit 5 Problem and solution essays 2: Cities -- Spotlight -- 1.Collocations and common phrases about cities -- 2.Singular and plural forms -- Model essay: Problems and solutions -- Structure and linking: in order to / so as to / so that -- Language workout: Word-building --
  • Contents note continued: General vocabulary for writing about solutions -- Exam skills -- 1.Developing topic sentences -- 2.Using the second conditional to write about solutions -- Unit 6 Opinion essays 2: Running a business -- Spotlight -- 1.Qualifying your opinion -- 2.Giving an opinion about future trends -- Model essay: Opinions -- Structure and linking: instead (of) -- Relative clauses -- Exam skills -- 1.Checking and editing your essays -- 2.Using noun phrases -- Unit 7 Graphs with a trend -- Spotlight -- 1.Re-wording the introduction -- 2.Writing an overview -- 3.Language to describe changes 1: Verbs and adverbs -- 4.Language to describe changes 2: Adjectives and nouns -- Model answer: Graphs with a trend -- Exam skills -- 1.Joining two changes together -- 2.Prepositions and articles -- 3.Commenting on the data in a graph -- Next steps -- 1.Writing about graphs with a future trend -- 2.Tables and bar graphs with trends -- Unit 8 Comparative graphs -- Spotlight --
  • Contents note continued: 1.Key language for making comparisons -- 2.More comparative structures -- 3.Advanced comparatives and linking devices -- 4.Describing numbers -- Model answer: Comparative graphs -- Exam skills -- 1.Numerical comparatives -- 2.Ranking information -- 3.Improving your writing style -- Next steps -- 1.Dealing with more than one graph -- 2.Developing your range of language and vocabulary -- Unit 9 Processes and maps -- Spotlight -- 1.Using the present simple passive to describe a process -- 2.Linking stages together -- Exam skills -- 1.Giving extra information about a stage -- 2.Writing the introduction and overview -- Model answer: Processes -- Exam skills -- 3.Grammar and vocabulary for maps -- 4.Noun phrases for maps -- Model answer: Maps -- Answer key
Control code
000049591655
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
128 p.
Isbn
9781905085620
Other physical details
col. ill.
http://library.link/vocab/recordID
.b26479266
System control number
  • kg26479266
  • (OCoLC)761863542

Library Locations

    • Deakin University Library - Melbourne Burwood CampusBorrow it
      221 Burwood Highway, Burwood, Victoria, 3125, AU
      -37.846510 145.115099
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