It is not a secret that the writing test is one of the most difficult sections in the IELTS exam. This is why test takers are doing all they can just to increase their chance in passing the test. This article here talks about the five quick grammar tips to improve one’s writing. I personally believe that the foundation of a good essay or written piece is grammar. Even if the writer or test taker has a point in answering a question, but is grammatically wrong then he or she would still fail. Grammar lessons are scattered all over the internet and this is why it can be quite impossible for test takers to fail if they just work hard. Success can only be achieved through hard work and when examinees are fully prepared, they would be able to increase their chance in passing the test. Anyway, I hope this helps!

Five Quick Grammar Tips to Improve Your Writing Plus Free Cheat Sheet : @ProBlogger’s never really such a thing as a perfect blog post, is there? There’s always something else you could have done, something more you could have added. Another, better way you could have phrased a sentence.

And then there’s grammar and punctuation. I was never taught grammar at school further than ‘a verb is a doing word. A noun is a naming word, etc’. It’s no wonder native English speakers make so many simple mistakes.

Spotting these mistakes after you’ve hit ‘publish’ or – even worse – having a reader tell you about them, isn’t a nice thing. In fact it’s downright embarrassing. Via

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Christian John

Christian John is a Physical Education teacher. However, he wanted to explore more aspects of is teaching career, and thus he ventured into teaching English.

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