The IELTS essay has to have a plan. Time spent on the plan is time well invested. A plan is surely going to produce an essay, which works. A crisp, but brief and to-the-point introduction and conclusion, and 2 to 3 well-planned paragraphs with relevant topic sentences, is all that is needed for an IELTS essay. This book has 400+ essays seen in the actual IELTS exams, most of which have been repeated many times. LINK EBOOK
Most of the essays provided on this booklet are written by students and graded by an IELTS trainer. There are some comments that help students improve their IELTS writing. All band score predictions are approximate. LINK: BOOK
I'd like to introduce some of the useful expressions needed for writing a Problem - Solution essay. These expressions should be used with reference to the dictionary for the correct use.
I'd like to present a suggested template for the IELTS Writing exam on the essay of advantages and disadvantages.