Grammar for IELTS Writing: Connecting Sentences

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IELTS Writing Task 2 Skills: Learn how to connect two sentences to make one long complex sentence. An essential lesson for students aiming for band score 6 and above.

Grammar for IELTS Writing: Connecting Sentences

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Avtar Sandhu
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Mam ur teaching method is very good

harpreet nijjar
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Just a thought ! Can we say in the end ' because it allows traffic to move easily, skkiping the word more

joy mario
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Labhesh Shrimali
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Can you confirm, If this is correct?
Building Wider Roads can be solution for traffic congestion. It allows traffic to move smoothly.

Amit Lad
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Monika Girdhar
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Buddhimantha Sumithraarachchi
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Hi liz. Can we write it as, Building wider roads reduces traffic congestion by allowing traffic to move more easily

ihab ziyad
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Really you are good teacher , you have nice style in learning

Michael Deborah
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Are we to use complex sentences or simpler sentences for the academic version? Cos I read it somewhere we are to use shorter simpler sentence structures.

Harneet Kaur
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Heartily thank you my dear

Artjola Puja
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The traffic congestion can be solved by building wider roads because it allows traffic to move more easily.

shadaab
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can we use 'widening' instead of 'building'

Dr Sagar Gujarathi
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@ieltsliz
Can we use the following statement?
"Building wider roads can solve traffic congestion as it can ease the traffic movement"

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Omar Alnajjar
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No comma before the word because ?!

baljeeta Singh
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Mam please make the video for students how they can use either or and neither nor

Md Jasimuddin
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Always appreciate you lecture as it helps me lots, but my question is whether using a COMMA before BECAUSE of the sentence you have provided will be wrong?

Jaspreet Gondara
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When we use gerund ,we need u do singular in second line

veerpal kaur
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Where r u belong mam

veerpal kaur
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Hlo mam ur way of teaching vry good plz share whatapp nmber i will do ielts clssses online from you plz asnwer my msg g

Allen Tom
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Hi mam, it's me once again looking for an answer. I searched for the answer and got 2 results which made me more confused, thus I am here with a hope to get the answer as I believe in your lessons the most.
The question:
If I use a verb after using "as opposed to", which form should I use? Should I overlook the "to" here and use "verb+ing", or I just put the present form?

Sandeep S
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Thank u…

Arun koshy
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Mam whether we can use linking word thus

MD Mubarak
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You are a very good teacher thank you

MD Mubarak
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Thank you mam

shakythetroller
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'building wider roads' doesn't cause traffic to move easily!

Game Gamer
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Hey Liz, correct me if this is wrong.
Widening the roads can solve traffic congestion, which allows traffic to move more easily.

Shams Mohammad
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Hi excuse me your handwriting is very small I can't read it

vineeth bhaskaran
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Whether all the sentences using the linking word "Because" are adverb clauses?

Jasspreet Kaur
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Mam plzzzzz share vocabulary for task 2…

Dahungry Kaboom
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Done