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IELTS Line Graph: 4 Main Complex Sentence Stuctures

IELTS Writing Task 1: Line Graph. How to write the 4 main complex sentence structures. It is essential to show the examiner a range of different sentence structures in your writing task 1 for IELTS. Watch the lesson to learn how to write the sentences in easy steps.

IELTS Line Graph: 4 Main Complex Sentence Stuctures

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Hi, I'm Liz. My Free IELTS preparation video lessons contain IELTS tips, techniques and practice for your IELTS test. Learn about IELTS writing, IELTS Speaking, Listening and Reading.

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TRESA MONDHE
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TRESA MONDHE
2 years ago

Hi
Need to ask you I gave my ielts for 2 times why do you think i am stuck on band 6 for writing.

WitchYokohara
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WitchYokohara
2 years ago

sorry i know that this might sound like a vague question, but when you say "Steady increase" , would that mean it's increasing continously and not rapidly? Many thanks in adavnce your classes are very helpful.

Jaswinder Singh
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Jaswinder Singh
2 years ago

thanks alot for this Liz

nhung duong
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nhung duong
2 years ago

5:03, you was lack of the phrase " becoming vegetarian'' in the second and third paragraph ,right? This makes me so confused.

Sandeep Kaur
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Sandeep Kaur
2 years ago

hi Liz….
have a confusion??
the percentage of children using dietary supplements was decreased to 35.
children were decreased to 35.
would it be right…. my mentor use this

veera hunjan
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veera hunjan
2 years ago

Is it ok to use
In order to
Than
To
For academic task 2

Millah Harris
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Millah Harris
2 years ago

Her youtube channel could be very successful if she continued making videos

Theo TV
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Theo TV
2 years ago

Complex sentences often have "which, whereas or while" and has the dependent clause there to give additional information to the dependent clause.For example:The number of people becoming vegetarian in 2004, which was 75, rose steadily to 200 in 2007. Here you can see the independent clause "which was 75" was giving additional information to "the number of people becoming vegeterian" Edit: I notice band 7.0 grammar requires "variety of complex structures", however, I firmly believe we need at least 2-3 complex sentences, along with 1 passive voice sentence and 2-3 compound sentences to achieve that band 7.0. These… "rearrangements" of… Read more »

dharampreet sidhu
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dharampreet sidhu
2 years ago

pharaphrasing and change vocab is compulsary or not?

ponnam purna sai kiran
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ponnam purna sai kiran
2 years ago

Very good class but becoming vegetarian is missing in third sentence

gurdeep Singh
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gurdeep Singh
2 years ago

hii liz what a great videos u make thanks ..please make video how to improve sentence formation, in fact i best in all subject except english….my exam on 25 september…help me.

Sukhwinder Singh
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Sukhwinder Singh
2 years ago

Hello , liz

Ashu Aashri Ghimire
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Ashu Aashri Ghimire
2 years ago

if no date is given,which tense do i have to use?

Dahungry Kaboom
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Dahungry Kaboom
1 year ago

Done

Jagjeet Kaur
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Jagjeet Kaur
1 year ago

What should be the word limit for task 1?

deep brar
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deep brar
1 year ago

Your way of teaching is very good

Sania Ameen
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Sania Ameen
1 year ago

Dear liz.
Do you have a lesson specifically on pie chart?
If so plz share the link.
Thanks

hanu Kaur
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hanu Kaur
1 year ago

Please make a video on vocabulary

saurabh rawat
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saurabh rawat
1 year ago

Thankyou mam I really admire you work in teaching us (the students who are preparing for IELTS) ♥️♥️♥️

alvbuzz
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alvbuzz
1 year ago

Thankyou, very helpful

himanshu kamboj
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himanshu kamboj
1 year ago

Can we write:- There was a steady increase in vegetarian masses from about 75 to 200 inbetween 2004 and 2007. Please reply fast

Anabela O
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Anabela O
1 year ago

You are a great teacher, thank you so much!!!

Secret Liar
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Secret Liar
1 year ago

you are so cute

barcalona skills
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barcalona skills
1 year ago

Do some for pie chart.

Naji Ali
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Naji Ali
1 year ago

Very clear and persuasive
Thanks Liz

Del Ha
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Del Ha
1 year ago

I m waiting impatiently for a video on IELTS reading MATCH THE HEADINGS.
Haven't found one from you yet.

maneet kaur
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maneet kaur
1 year ago

Mam if i write above 200 words in task 1 , will it lower my band score ? If you have alot of data and it is not possible to leave important points

Preet Sandhu
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Preet Sandhu
1 year ago

Thanku

Awais Dilshad
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Awais Dilshad
1 year ago

ma'am when we are using (increase as noun ),than we might use an steady increase or a steady increase ? looking forward to your answer

RIJON HOSSAIN
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RIJON HOSSAIN
1 year ago

Pls allow me to know that could i use these 4 structures that means all in writing task 1.?

ANDERSON NAJOMOH
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ANDERSON NAJOMOH
1 year ago

Thanks Liz for the lessons.

Nicholas Tang
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Nicholas Tang
1 year ago

I like your speed very much.

Learn English
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Learn English
1 year ago

You are a very good teacher

Sahibpreet 999
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Sahibpreet 999
1 year ago

Hi Elizabeth mam .. plz suggest how to improve listening skills

Alsayed Abdelhamid Mohamed
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Alsayed Abdelhamid Mohamed
1 year ago

Lovely LIZ

uchiha noody
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uchiha noody
1 year ago

absolutely helpful lesson , thanks Liz

tefort noel
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tefort noel
1 year ago

Thanks

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