Yes, General Training students, I didn't forget about you! I have made you your very own Task 1 course, where we will learn how to write a letter. Yes, the good old IELTS letter. I mean it's 2017 not 1817! Still, the good thing about letters is that they always follow the same format and use predictable language. So, after we learn how to organise our letters, and what the differences between formal, informal and semi-formal letters are, we will look at the most common types of IELTS letters:
request / enquire / ask permission
advise /suggest / recommend / nominate
offer and mixed function
explain / give news
invite / arrange
work (apply and resign)
Also included in the General Training course are 3 Tense Time videos, to make sure your tenses are 100% in order (unlike essays, using tenses correctly will make up a large part of your Grammatical Range and Accuracy Score)
Narrative tenses (all past tenses)
Of course, there are also 3 guided practice videos to make sure you know how to plan, write, and check your letter in a way that will maximise your Band Score.
So, in just 10 hours, you can go from a letter-writing zero to letter-writing hero!