IELTS Grammar: Connecting Sentences

Grammar is 25% of your marks in IELTS writing task 2 and to get band score 6 and above, you must have complex sentences. Watch this video to learn how to connect two sentences together to make one complex sentence.

 

 

 

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  1. Liz,

    Regarding writing task, in this video you have mentioned we can go and correct the sentences at the end of the test. So I think it better to use pencil than pen, so that we don’t need to strike off anything.

    Thanks,
    Sham

  2. hiii liz
    iam rajkumar liz i have a problem in writing tasks ,i was done my ielts exam in couple of times but i got only 5.5 in writing task ,so plz help me and how can i improve my writing skills.

  3. Hi Liz

    Can you tell me which sentence is the correct one?
    1) There were corresponding dropped in…
    2) There were corresponding drops in…
    3) There were corresponding drop in…

    Thank you:)

  4. Kim Moreno says:

    Liz, I have one question. Is the use of contraction can cause a penalty? For example, I used the word “don’t” in my writing task 2.

    Please advise.

  5. Hi Liz
    Instead of ‘because’ can we use ‘as’?
    Lahari

  6. Hi Liz,
    Can we use “not only-but also” in this sentence?

    • No, you can’t use it in this sentence. It is linked with the word “because” because it is giving a reason. “Not only but also” is not used for reasons, it is used for two points which support the same idea.
      Liz

  7. Instead of writing it “Building wider roads “, can i write it as ” Widening of roads ” ?

    • You would need to write “The widening of roads…” or “wider roads” – but always check that the rest of the sentence is grammatically correct for this start.
      Liz

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