Words To Avoid In Ielts Writing
Phrases to avoid- It costs an arm and leg.... He is a couch potato.. In the dawn of the time..... Hammering the last nail ️ Too many of pronouns Pronoun usage is not appropriate in IELTS writing especially personal pronouns. For example I, we, you, etc. should not be used in task one.
The above are just some of the words you should avoid (or carefully use) in IELTS. Generally, I recommend steering clear of all IELTS cliches. These differ from country to country, but they include things like: With the development of It is said by some that Every coin has two sides Broaden (one’s) horizons It cannot be denied
Apologies for not getting back to you sooner. 7. Need – Require Please do not hesitate to contact me if you require any further information. This situation needs/requires immediate attention. 8. Seem – Appear It seems/appears there has been a mistake. 9. Call off – Cancel The labour union called off/cancelled the strike. 10.
Therefore, it is necessary to write their full forms. For, example: it’s = it is, it has don’t = do not can’t = cannot you’ll = you will should’ve = should have would’ve = would have we’re = we are aren’t = are not isn’t = is not shan’t = shall not let’s = let us who’s = who is, who has they’re = they are doesn’t = does not