‘such’ is a useful reference word in Writing, and it’s often used in Reading questions.
Linking words takeaways
The skill of storytelling is important in different parts of the test. Here’s a summary of where to find practice.
In this lesson you’ll learn how to use less common conditionals to qualify your statements.
The present participle has so many uses that you might not even realise you’re using it. Here are the most useful examples for IELTS.
‘Albeit’ is a nice formal word and works well in the right context.
How to introduce new paragraphs/new information in Academic Task 1.
Most common Task 2 mistakes: whereas, although and while.
‘Whereby’ is a useful linking word but it only collocates with certain nouns – check which ones here.
‘Due to’ is a bit more complicated than it looks. Check out the grammar rules here.