IELTS Writing Task 1 Introduction | Academic Vocabulary

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How to write a perfect introduction for IELTS Academic Writing Task 1: Vocabulary + Examples.

IELTS Writing Task 1 Introduction | Academic Vocabulary

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Hello Mam..
How we can write survey

Is it in present or past??? If years are mention like 2006 and 2007 and predicted data is also mention with it for the coming years.. how we can write this..
Moreover If the survey is given in present then how we can write this….

Thank you for your professional video and PDF!

Haloo, Im Fida… your videos is very nice and really easy to be understood. I would like to ask you, why does the overview can be in the 2nd paragraph of writing task 1? I think it is kind of conclussion that usually can be placed in the last of paragraph. would you like to share it in another video??? thanks.

I am not able to download this pdf

Thanks a lot for sending the file on email

Hi, should the overview be after the introduction or after the body paragraphs? And will I be penalized for changing the places?

Hello. I don't know why, but I'm not receiving the free vocabulary PDF. :(
Even so, thank you for sharing your knowledge.

good video , very helpful

Dear teacher pls tell me that how can I develop my ideas related to task2

Mam, I am not recieving e mail for this pdf

thanks

The recent video you mentioned that.

Is this line is correct- ' the provided graph elaborates that…..'

I like you . I like the sound of your voice. Where are you fron ? Where are you at ?

Awesome knowledgeable video

Hi. Could you please teach me how to avoid repeatation of words.

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