IELTS Grammar and Vocabulary

IELTS has four sections-: reading, writing, listening and speaking. So, what is the use of grammar and vocabulary in IELTS. Why do you need to improve it. You can easily get a high score with basic knowlede. If you think this way, I say, change it. Given below are the reasons why grammar and Vocabulary are important for IELTS?

IELTS Grammar and Vocabulary

Grammar and Vocabulary

IELTS Grammar And Vocabulary

It is important that you use correct English, appropriate grammar, and a wide range of vocabulary and sentence structures!

Grammar and vocabulary make up half of your speaking and writing scores! They both form 25% of your writing AND your speaking score.

In the listening and reading tests you need to have accurate spelling (so you need to know a lot of words!) and you also need good grammar so you can make sure the sentences make sense!
We at IELTS BAND 7 make sure that our students concentrate on their grammar and vocabulary each and every time they write, read and speak.

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Grammar and Vocabulary

Grammar and Vocabulary

Grammar and Vocabulary matter!

It is important that you use correct English, appropriate grammar, and a wide range of vocabulary and sentence structures!

Grammar and vocabulary make up half of your speaking and writing scores! They both form 25% of your writing AND your speaking score.

In the listening and reading tests you need to have accurate spelling (so you need to know a lot of words!) and you also need good grammar so you can make sure the sentences make sense!
We at IELTSBAND7 make sure that our students concentrate on their grammar and vocabulary each and every time they write, read and speak.

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Grammar Tip

GRAMMAR TIP

GRAMMAR TIP

The is called the definite article. We use the when we are talking about something that has already been mentioned.

  • She is wearing a red dress and a black jacket. The dress is very stylish.
  • They have a dog. The dog is black and white.
  • We use the when we are talking about a specific person or thing, or if there is only one, or if it is clear which one we are talking about.
  • He chose a book and started to read. — one of many books
  • He chose the book that his sister had recommended. — a specific book
  • He took the newspaper and started to read. — there is only one newspaper.
  • Can you turn on the computer? — it’s clear we are talking about the computer in this room
  • She has to see the doctor on Friday. — it’s clear we are talking about her usual doctor
  • She needs to see a doctor. — not any specific doctor
  • Icarus flew too close to the sun — there is only one sun
  • The best city I’ve ever visited is Rome. — there can only be one best city.

 

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Future Perfect Tense # Grammar For IELTS

Future Perfect Tense has the following two forms –

  • Will have done- This form of tense, is used as will have + past participle
    EXAMPLE-

    • You will have perfected the art of writing by the time you complete this assignment.
  • Be going to have done – This form of tense is used as am/is/are + going to have + past participle
    EXAMPLE-

    • You are going to have loads of money if you work hard and stop paying attention to money.

Future Perfect Tense is used as in the following ways –

To show the occurrence of an event before something in the future.

The Future Perfect expresses the idea that something will occur before another action in the future.
EXAMPLE-

  • I shall have written my novel by then.
  • By the end of this month, I will have worked here for six months.
To mark something that will continue up in the future as well
The Future Perfect to show that something will continue up until another action in the future. This is often done with the help of Non-Continuous Verbs and some non-continuous uses of Mixed Verbs.
EXAMPLE-

  • By Monday, Alancrita is going to have had my novel for a month.
  • I will have been in UK for six months by the time I leave.

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