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IELTS General Writing Task 1 – Informal Letters – TOP TIPS


Join Jay from e2languag as he takes you through an IELTS General Writing Task 1 on Informal Letters. He’ll show you the prompt, talk to you about the structure you should use, give you some advice on grammar, vocabulary and flow and also give you some top tips to score 8+ on this task.

IELTS General Writing Task 1 – Informal Letters – TOP TIPS

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shaikajaz ali
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shaikajaz ali
1 year ago

Hello… nice video. how to differentiate 150 words and 250 words while writing the tasks can u plz reply.

John Esegbue
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John Esegbue
1 year ago

This is so clear in explanation. Thanks.

Fajar Jaw
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Fajar Jaw
1 year ago

Thank you for good advice on IELTS writing information .
I would like to join your live group class

Rodolfo Roger
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Rodolfo Roger
1 year ago

Your tutorials are amazing. I just need to know how many times I need to take IELTS until they decide to give the mark I need.

Nawras Abureehan
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Nawras Abureehan
1 year ago

Awesome, thanks

Last edited 1 month ago by Mark
praveen vangara
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praveen vangara
1 year ago

Using contractions like I'm instead of 'I am' in informal letters is accepted??

SURABHI SRIVATHSAVA
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SURABHI SRIVATHSAVA
1 year ago

No one can stand in par with Jay with IELTS teaching. Thanks for his "cool banana tips". We missed it for a long time. :)

Darik Mulatu
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Darik Mulatu
1 year ago

Ad or what ..termite fly around jays page ..??

Viren Patel
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Viren Patel
1 year ago

great help thanks!!

Joelrocks
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Joelrocks
1 year ago

I need more examples of formal and informal connecting words.

Rini Parmar
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Rini Parmar
1 year ago

Hi Jay! The letter is about being asked to spend the "Holiday" Is it a good idea to excuse the situation with work??

Monark Christian
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Monark Christian
1 year ago

The letter is great but I have been listening to a lot of videos on how to write a letter or essay and most of them suggest that I should not be using contraction in my writing. So, I am kind of confused that whether or not should I use contraction or not ?

vikas pratap singh
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vikas pratap singh
1 year ago

Where is your Mr. Cool cup? You're really a cool teacher! Thank you so much for putting up this video.

Harsimran Singh
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Harsimran Singh
1 year ago

Tony stark….thanks for the guide and help

Mani Sandhu
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Mani Sandhu
1 year ago

U r too cute….. I am unable to concentrate…..

krunal jani
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krunal jani
1 year ago

A friend you met last year has invited you to visit them in their country. you have never been there before and need some information before you leave. 1. request advice about a gift for his/her family. 2. ask about activities and clothing. 3. Find out about food Dear Sanjay, Thank you some much for the invite. It's really really generous offer to put me at your place in NewYork. I will be visiting next month to your city and I'd really like to bring some gifts for your family but I don't know the likes of your kids and… Read more »

Niranjan R
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Niranjan R
1 year ago

Thank you so much Jay, you are such a awesome trainer… All time favorite mentor, thanks again

Oxford English
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Oxford English
1 year ago

thank you sir

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Me Me
1 year ago

Thanks – ad snipped –

Last edited 1 month ago by Mark
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