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aishp24
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Play out an intensive examination of allocated undertakings and as soon as possible set up the responses intellectually
Partition your time keenly, 20 minutes for task 1, and 40 minutes for the task (as it is lengthier and conveys more checks).IELTS exam consists of 4 sections
Attempt to compose more than 150 words for task 1 and north of 250 for task 2
Stay away from the redundancy of thoughts, expressions, and words
Guarantee that you compose an end for task 2
Compose exact, significant responses. Try not to compose long passages and sentences
Utilize dynamic voice. Try not to write in the aloof voice
Try not to submit without a careful update and editing


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Sjackson3289
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Such very useful information. This post is extremely helpful for me. 


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bruisemunch
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Attempt to compose more than 150 words for task 1 and north of 250 for task 2

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williamwoodruff
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My intention is not to offend anyone, but sorry, these instructions are not enough to write IELTS assignments. Instead, I would suggest students should look at the bottom of my comment.

https://www.publishmyarticle.co.uk/


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