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IELTS Writing Task 1: 'super cohesion'

If you go back to this lesson, you'll see some advice about "developing the overview". The idea was that you write two sentences in your overview paragraph, and then you write each 'details' paragraph (3 and 4) by developing one of these overview sentences.

I'm calling this 'super cohesion' because it creates a very logical and connected structure. There is cohesion across the paragraphs, as well as within them.

I tried the same technique when I wrote last week's task 1 answer. Here it is again, with the 'super cohesion' highlighted:

..........

The bar chart illustrates the frequency with which Americans ate in fast food establishments from 2003 to 2013.

It is clear that the majority of Americans ate in fast food restaurants between once a week and once a month in all three years. We can also see a shift towards eating in these restaurants less frequently by the end of the 10-year period.

In each of the years shown on the chart, close to 60% of people in the US ate in fast food restaurants between once and four times a month. Roughly 15 to 20% of Americans reported eating in fast food outlets several times per week, while 3 to 4% of people ate in these outlets daily. At the other end of the scale, around 4% of people avoided fast food restaurants completely.

Between 2006 and 2013, the total proportion of Americans who ate in fast food establishments either once a week or several times a week fell by almost 10%. At the same time, there was an increase of around 8% in the ‘once or twice a month’ category. In other words, the weekly fast food habit that was common in 2003 and 2006 became a monthly or twice monthly habit in 2013.

..........

Can you see what I've done? The first sentence of the overview (green) is developed in paragraph 3, and the second sentence of the overview (blue) is described in more detail in paragraph 4.

Tip: Try reading all of the 'green' sentences together, then read the 'blue' sentences separately. This should help you to see how the overview and main paragraphs are connected.

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IELTS Speaking Part 3: four-step answer

Let's try using all four of the steps that I recommended in last Friday's lesson. Here's another question from IELTS speaking part 3, with my answer below it.
Do you think it's ever worth hiring a professional photographer?
(Direct answer) Yes, for certain special occasions I definitely think it's best to pay a professional to take photos. (Explain) A professional photographer is likely to have a better camera and related equipment, and you would hope that the end result will be a set of stunning photographs. (Personal example) Thinking back to a wedding that I attended last summer, I remember that the photographer knew exactly what he was doing, and he took some great pictures of the bride, groom and guests.(Opposite or alternative) Without a paid professional, you would have to rely on a friend or family member to take photos, and I think this would be risky. I don't think you can trust an amateur when it's a once-in-a-lifetime event.

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IELTS Writing Task 2: 'different perspectives' paragraph.

A nice alternative to the "firstly, secondly, finally" type of paragraph is to look at the question from different perspectives.
As an example, let's plan some ideas for paragraph 2 from this lesson.

1. Topic: reasons why children should read books and study historical events of their own countries

2. The child's perspective: young children like learning about where they live, it makes sense to them

3. The parent's perspective: they studied the same books and historical events, they can help their children, there is a sense of continuity across the generations, passing down knowledge

4. Example: reading Shakespeare or learning about the Battle of Hastings in English schools

5. The school's perspective: a consistent curriculum of topics, clear limits to teaching scope, easy to visit key locations on school trips

We now have a good plan for a 5-sentence paragraph. If you have time, have a go at writing it!

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​​IELTS Listening: you'll hear paraphrasing

The 'keyword' idea is important in the listening test too. You won't always hear the exact words that you see in the questions. Listen carefully to make sure that you don't miss the paraphrasing.
Here are some examples of paraphrasing from the last four or five listening exercises here on the blog:

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IELTS Writing Task 1: introduction paraphrasing

When writing your task 1 introduction, there are two types of paraphrasing that you can use:

1. "Word by word" paraphrasing: Use the task statement (from the question paper) as your template. Change the main words but keep the same sentence structure.

2. "Loose" paraphrasing: Rewrite the task statement in a completely different way, making sure that the overall message is still correct.

Let's have a look at how we might paraphrase the task statement below using these two methods.

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​​IELTS Writing Task 1: 'fast food' answer

The chart below shows how frequently people in the USA ate in fast food restaurants between 2003 and 2013.

(Source: Cambridge IELTS 12)

Here's my full sample answer. Fill the gaps to complete it.

The bar chart illustrates the frequency with Americans ate in fast food establishments from 2003 to 2013.
It is clear that the majority of Americans ate in fast food restaurants between once a week and once a month in all three years. We can also see a shift eating in these restaurants less frequently by the end of the 10-year period.
In each of the years shown on the chart, to 60% of people in the US ate in fast food restaurants between once and four times a month. Roughly 15 to 20% of Americans eating in fast food outlets several times per week, while 3 to 4% of people ate in these outlets daily. At the other of the scale, around 4% of people avoided fast food restaurants completely.
Between 2006 and 2013, the total proportion of Americans who ate in fast food establishments either once a week or several times a week by almost 10%. At the same time, there was an of around 8% in the ‘once or twice a month’ category. In other words, the weekly fast food habit that was in 2003 and 2006 became a monthly or twice monthly habit in 2013.

Use the following words:

end, close, increase, which, reported, common, towards, fell

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IELTS Reading: gap-fill summary

Read the following passage about animal migration.
(Source: National Geographic)
Large migrations are some of nature's greatest spectacles. Wildebeest and zebra chase the rains through the Mara ecosystem every year, monarch butterflies trace a path from Mexico to Canada and back, and tiny songbirds fly nonstop for days at a time. And now scientists are starting to figure out how they know where to go, and when.
Some of these animals, they’ve found, have their migration pathways written into their genes. A songbird hatched in a laboratory, having seen nothing of the natural world, still attempts to begin migration at the right time of year and in the right cardinal direction.
But large mammals like bighorn sheep and moose are a different story. Wildlife researchers have long suspected that they require experience to migrate effectively, that their annual journeys are the result of learning from one another, not of genetic inheritance. A new study, published Thursday in the journal Science, suggests that those hunches may be correct—some animals must learn how to migrate.
The existence of collective information and knowledge, that can be passed from older animals to younger ones, is a form of “culture,” researchers explain. And when animals learn as a result of social interaction and the transfer of this information, that’s a type of cultural exchange—as opposed to genetic.

Fill each gap in the summary below with ONE word from the passage.

Scientists believe that __ are responsible for some animal migrations. Songbirds, for example, do not need to learn when and in which __ to migrate. On the other hand, bighorn sheep appear to __ migration habits from the herd. They, and other mammals, seem to have a __ that is passed from one generation to the next through interaction and exchange of __.

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IELTS Vocabulary: the paraphrasing skill

How good are you at finding different ways to communicate the same message? Let's practise using the following sentence from yesterday's lesson:

I am considering whether to get a job or go to university.

How many different ways can you find to communicate this idea? You don't need to change all of the words in the sentence, and it doesn't matter if your suggestions are less (or more) formal than the original. Just practise the paraphrasing skill.
Here's one example:
I'm not sure if I should look for work or apply to university.

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​​IELTS Writing Task 1: bar chart overview

How would you write an overview of the information in the bar chart below? My tip is to look at two things: 1) every year 2) across the years.

1. In every year: what can we say was true in all three years on the chart? One possible answer: most Americans ate in fast food restaurants between once a week and once a month (the two middle categories have the highest bars in all three years).

2. Across the years: is there a change or trend across the 10-year period? One possible answer: Americans ate in fast food restaurants less frequently in 2013 (once or twice a month instead of once a week).

Here's an overview paragraph using the ideas above:

It is clear that the majority of Americans ate in fast food restaurants between once a week and once a month in all three years shown on the chart. We can also see that there was a shift towards eating in these restaurants less frequently by the end of the 10-year period.

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IELTS Listening: multiple choice keywords

The "keyword" idea is relevant to the listening test as well as the reading test. For example, try the question below and tell me which keywords gave you the answers.

Question:

Which TWO things can make the job of kitchen assistant stressful?
A  They have to follow orders immediately
B  The kitchen gets very hot
C  They may not be able to take a break
D  They have to do overtime
E  The work is physically demanding

Part of the recording:

Now you may have heard that this can be a stressful job, and I have to say that can be true. You'll be working an eight-hour day for the first week, though you'll have the chance to do overtime after that as well if you want to. But however long the hours are, you'll get a break in the middle. What you will find is that you're on your feet all day long, lifting and carrying, so if you're not fit now you soon will be! You'll find you don't have much chance to take it easy - when someone tells you to do something, you need to do it straightaway - but at least we do have a very efficient air conditioning system compared with some kitchens.
(Source: Cambridge IELTS 12, test 5, section 2)

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Students' questions: where is the vocabulary?

The other day, someone asked me: "Where is the vocabulary in your ebook?"
Most of us are taught at school that vocabulary means lists of words. But the problem with learning a list of individual words is that you don't learn how to use any of them properly. If you learn from lists, you'll probably fall into the trap of translating word by word from your own language when you try to speak or write.
My ebook is full of vocabulary ideas, but they are presented within full sentences. In this way, you'll see how each vocabulary item is used properly and naturally. Let's move away from list learning! Instead, let's learn words in their "natural habitats": phrases and sentences!

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