Logical Writing in IELTS Writing [again] (2 of 10)

By | September 22, 2017

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Logic (2 of 10)

One of the biggest problems in IELTS essays is a lack of logic. IELTS writing needs to be detailed and accurate, and you have to hit the target, dead centre, to get a high IELTS mark (hence the picture). So, let’s start thinking about this everyone. The previous post introduced this issue; now it’s time to practice.

Try to work out the logical problems with the following sentences. The answers will be given and explained in the next post.

  1. Thank you for reading this letter patiently.
  2. The growth increased.
  3. It finished at 50. Following this, increased.
  4. In the period 90 – 95, it reaches a peak.
  5. It will encourage the birth rate.

Author: Andrew

Andrew Guilfoyle Cambridge CELTA, Cambridge DELTA, Cambridge CELTA teacher-trainer, M.Ed