Grammar for IELTS Writing: Adding a Clause Video Tutorial

This video tutorial will teach you how to improve your grammar for IELTS writing task 2 by adding a clause to a sentence to form a complex sentence structure. To get a good score, you must be able to demonstrate a range of grammar including the ability to use clauses.

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  1. Thank you very much liz, this was very helpful..

  2. Thank you very much mam , it is useful for me and i can easily write esaay than before .

  3. thank u liz <3 i'm glad that you are going to help us <3 your lessons are very useful♥

  4. thanks Liz it is very useful. i reached 6.5 score

  5. manpreet says:

    I got 5.5 in writing module .i took my ilets exam 3 times.how i rose up my ilets writing score

  6. ali muhammad says:

    thank you very much. it is very useful and helpful website.

  7. khader al shawish says:

    there is a fault in the spelling of the word ” building ” in the first sentence hhhh , but actually your are an amazing teacher , thanks for all lessons , it is really astonishing

    • Unfortunately, I can’t edit this mistake. It’s a shame because I didn’t notice until it was too late 🙁

      • khader alshawish says:

        my comment just for joking.Fortunately i founded your website its really very useful and i will start studying all tips and lessons in this website , thanks for your efforts 🙂

  8. Thanks Liz.
    This is very useful and easy to follow.
    Kind regards,

  9. Hi Liz,

    Thank you for your interesting lesson and I found it useful, I have use this website to review for my IELTS. By the way, can I use the writing task 2 tips as a guide in University English Exam?

    thank you once again.

    • I wouldn’t recommend using all the tips for university essays. While they are both academic in style and content, the length, technique and organisation sometimes differs. You need to get guidelines from you university or just ask for sample essays to look at. That way you will be able to see the differences between an IELTS essay and a university essay.
      All the best
      Liz

  10. Hi Liz,

    I really enjoy your lessons! Your lessons cleared most of my doubts in IELTS!

    My question is how can i use “in which” ?
    Look forward your reply.

    Many Thanks!

  11. Thanks Liz,this is realy heplful.

  12. very helpful thanks for sharing

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