Grammar for IELTS

In the IELTS test, Grammar is awarded a separate band score in both the Speaking and Writing modules. You are assessed on your ability to use correct and appropriate grammar and on the range of sentence types that you produce. Even simple sentences need to be written accurately but in order to raise your score above Band 4, you also need to be able to show that you can use some complex sentence types and have an understanding of the relevant tenses and structures.

This section offers concise yet comprehensive coverage of the grammar necessary in order to be successful in the IELTS test. It is designed for students with a limited amount of time to prepare for the IELTS test or for students who have already completed an IELTS course and would like a last-minute guide to the test.

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Exam Preparation


Grammar Exercise #9
Letter
Grammar Exercise #8
Letter
Present Simple
Present Simple
Present Continuous
Present Continuous
Grammar Exercise #1: Present Simple or Present Continuous?
Present Simple or Present Continuous?
Past Simple
Past Simple
Grammar Exercise #3: Past Simple
Past Simple
Past Continuous
Past Continuous
Used to and Would
Used to and Would
Present Perfect Simple
Present Perfect Simple
Grammar Exercise #2: Past Simple or Present Perfect Simple?
Past Simple or Present Perfect Simple?
Conditional Sentences
Conditional Sentences
Grammar Exercise #4
Essay
Grammar Exercise #5
Speaking
Grammar Exercise #6
A / an, the and zero article
Grammar Exercise #7
Adjective and adverbs
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