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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

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Тихомир Леселидзе

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