IELTS Writing Task 1: Bar Chart

A free video lesson on an IELTS writing task 1 bar chart.

Describing a Bar Chart Step by Step

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  1. It was really a nice video. The description was clear and Ms. Liz, you are a fantastic teacher.

  2. Liza no one is Sincere like you.

    I have no words to thank. You are great. God bless you.

  3. Deepa Subramaniam says:

    Hi Liz ,
    I scored a overall score of 7 but lost in listening. Can u help me with some more listening practice tests. Have worked out those on your site.

  4. Rosalin says:

    Hey Liz,
    Thanks for doing such a wonderful job. It is very simple and easy to follow your lessons.
    I scored 8 overall with writing-7, reading-8, listening-8 and speaking-8. May God bless all your endeavors.

  5. Dear Liz,
    Your tips are very good but I have one more doubt: at the light of your lesson, it is not necessary to write a conclusion to end the assessment?
    Giulia

  6. Hi
    Can I ask a quesstion ?
    If l want to do an academic IELTS paper for writing task 1 , shall I do all the types or can I choose one ?
    Thank you beforehand!

    • If you do academic writing, you will get one type of task 1 given to you. You can’t predict which type it will be so you must prepare them all.

  7. Thanks a lot…

  8. Abdulhameed says:

    thanks for the video
    could you please assess my introduction:

    the chart gives information about the consumer goods expenditure in France and the United Kingdom through out one year period.

  9. Hello , unfortunately there is written as “this video is covered” by youtube so I can not monitor that 🙁

  10. Hi
    How can i sign in to view some videos?

  11. how to activate this video?

  12. Very good

  13. mohamed says:

    The video is absence .

  14. hi, mam. sorry i didnt find the bar chart model of band score 9.
    please help me to get it.

  15. It does help me a lot, thank you very much. Do you have a lesson that has a combination of two different graphs which we have to compare ?

    • Unfortunately, I don’t have that lesson at present. With two graphs, your best strategy is to compare them in the overview and have body paragraph A for the detail of one graph and body paragraph B for the other graph. The key to organisation is to keep it logical and easy for the reader to follow. Regards, Liz

  16. You are doing a great job
    thanks alot

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