‘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 linkers (as long as/provided that) to qualify your statements.
What is the present participle and when should you use it? Is it different from -ing verbs and gerunds? Learn more.
‘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.