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IELTS Writing task 1: Pie chart lesson

Learn how to describe Pie Charts in IELTS to receive a band 9. In this lesson you'll see:
- sample question
- step-by-step guide to write a band 9 answer
- useful vocabulary

You can find a text version of this lesson (+ online exercise) here: http://ielts-up.com/writing/pie-chart.html
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bluMoon : 0:30 Writing Task 1 Pie Chart Sample
1:29 Describing a pie chart
2:23 Task 1 Structure
- Introduction: introduce your chart in 1 or 2 sentences
- Overview: list general trends of your chart
Body: Describe specific features in 2 or 3 paragraphs
- Feature 1
- Feature 2
3:42 Introduction
- What your chart shows
- for what period of time
4:33 Paraphrased question (introduction)
5:46 - Show = illustrate = describe = represent = provide information about
7:58 Overview
- Describe 2-4 key features
- Do NOT write too many numbers, percentages or dates in the overview
8:34 Key features (overview)
1. search for the biggest and smallest slices
2. find which slices became bigger/smaller/didn’t change
- Each of these options is fine but DON’T write both of them (You need to keep overview short)
9:15 Starts finding key features
10:19 Key features synonyms
- Was the smallest segment = contributed the least to the economy = made the lowest contribution = made up the smallest part of the chart = was the least significant part of the economy
- Was the largest segment = contributed the most to the economy = made the highest contribution = made up the biggest part of the chart = was the most significant part of the economy
11:16 Finished overview
- Always starts overview with ‘Overall’
- Linking word: In comparison
12:59 Specific features
- Should group specific features into separate paragraphs
- Aim for 2-3 pharagraphs
Ex: Feature 1:increase
Feature 2: decrease
15:15 written (features 1)
- Different expressions describing percentage of certain sector: Accounted for, Was, Made up
17:38 Features 2
- Expressions: Were at, Comprised, Almost a quester(24%)
- Sectors had no change use: Remain constant
- In contrast
esha13 : Thanks for all the help! I got my scores, L-9
R- 8.5
S- 8
W- 7
Overall -8

Real Practice IELTS SPEAKING Online with Mr. John Tran |Topic: Entertainment| Band 8.5 | TESTURU.com

Ielts speaking test with Mr. John Tran - famous ielts online teacher.
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Part 1:
Sea
- Do you live near the sea?
- How do you feel when you are near the sea?
- What do you dislike about the sea?
- Would you like to live on an island?

Tourism
- What are the benefits of visiting different countries?
- What do you need to do before going abroad on holiday?
- Why types of problems can people have on holiday?
- How do you think tourism in your country will change in the future?

Part 2:
Describe a film or TV show that made you laugh a lot.
You should say:
- What it was
- When it happened
- Who was with you
- And explain why it made you laugh

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This Speaking test band score is 8.5. These are the comments from the examiner.

Fluency \u0026 coherence: 9
Speaks fluently with fully appropriate cohesive features

Lexical resource: 9
Uses idiomatic language naturally and accurately.

Grammatical range \u0026 accuracy: 8.5
Produces a majority of error free sentences with only a very occasional or basic error

Pronunciation: 9
Sustains flexible use of features throughout and is effortless to understand

General comment: John made a simple error when speaking of a “place”, misusing the preposition of /in/ for /on/ “living on an island”, other than that his dialogue was error free. No effort to listen to or follow johns dialogue

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2. there is a suite of on-screen tools
3. you can move around between sections
4. no need to count words
5. there's a timer on the screen
6. you don't get 10 extra minutes in listening (cuz for paper based test, the 10 minutes is for transferring answers to answer sheet )
7. All capitals ? NO !
8. you get headphones
9. no official break
10. the speaking test is not on the computer

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