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IELTS – Correção Writing Task2

Veja aqui os comentários do Examinador do IELTS enquanto corrige o Task 2 do Writing Paper.

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IELTS – Correção Writing Task1

Veja aqui os comentários do Examinador do IELTS enquanto corrige o Task 1 do Writing Paper.

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Letter in English

The Start                                                                                     The Finish – Dear Sir or Madam   (when you don’t know the name)              – Yours faithfully, – Dear Mr./Ms. Silva   (formal)                                                      – Yours sincerely, – Dear Mary Ann   (informal)                                                         – Yours truly, The Reference – With reference to your advertisement in the… your letter of 25th April,…. your request,….. The Reason for Writing – I am writing […]

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To Be

1 Here are some examples of be in the Present Simple: This is my brother. He’s ten years old. I’m a student. These are my books. They aren’t at home. They’re at the theatre. 2 We form the Present Simple of be like this: positive FULL FORM SHORT FORM Singular I am / I’m you […]

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Language Structure

Affirmative – Subj. + (aux) + verb… I work….                      I worked…                            I will work….   Negative – Subj. + aux + not + verb I do not (don’t) work                     I did not (didn’t) work I will not (won’t) work   Interrogative – Wh (if necessary) + aux + subj. + verb (not always)? What do […]

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Comparative and Superlative

COMPARATIVE ADJECTIVES Comparative Adjectives are used to compare 2 subjects:  A __than___ B For small adjectives we use ER together with it. For example: Small   Smaller Cheap  Cheaper Tall      Taller Close   Closer (note that we don’t need to use another E when the adjective ends with it) But, when the adjective is monosyllable CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) we […]

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Suffixes

Ship – Friendship Relationship Scholarship Championship   Less – Topless Hopeless Wireless Colorless   Ness – Happiness Sadness Kindness Illness Ruddiness   Ly –    Truly Highly Happily Usually Normally   Ful –  Helpful Useful Joyful   Y –      Difficulty Hardy   Ment – Government Employment Improvement Ish –    Reddish Yellowish Greenish   Ty –    […]

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