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IELTS writing - describing processes

 
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 16, 2007 6:04 am    Post subject: IELTS writing - describing processes Reply with quote

Active IELTS now has lots of process questions in its Academic Writing Task 1 section. You can download these free at http://www.activeielts.com/writing_downloads.html

Describing a process is not common in IELTS exams but it can come up. The key thing is to choose the right point in the process to begin your description - especially if it is a cycle - and to use the language you are given in the diagram.
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