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    Question REGARDING OF IELTS ESSAYS

    hello every one ,


    hai iam not a native english speaker ,but i speak very well and have a good command of reading and listening in english ,i always embrace for those who help me very well .let me come to the point ,ielts is a part of my life to became a registered nurse in uk .am not very good in writing so i know tenses,vocabularies,preportion ,etc......but i dont know how to accomodate these all in ielts essays .

    i need a help to heal this problem could any one help me?

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    Re: REGARDING OF IELTS ESSAYS

    Quote Originally Posted by vikasielts View Post
    hello every one ,


    hai iam not a native english speaker ,but i speak very well and have a good command of reading and listening in english ,i always embrace for those who help me very well .let me come to the point ,ielts is a part of my life to became a registered nurse in uk .am not very good in writing so i know tenses,vocabularies,preportion ,etc......but i dont know how to accomodate these all in ielts essays .

    i need a help to heal this problem could any one help me?
    Let's start with some basic rules. When writing in English do the following:
    1. Capitalize the first word in every sentence - Hello, not hello
    2. Always capitalize I - I, not i
    3. Always capitalize English - English, not english
    4. Do not put a space before a period, put a space after a period - It is a nice day. Not, it is a nice day .

    You say that you have a good command of reading. Pay attention to what you are reading. Notice how the writer uses the language. Some people who want to become better writers will copy what other writers have written. Sit down and either print (with a pen or pencil) or type a page from a book or article that you have read. Do this every day. Also, when you are reading something, read it out loud.

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    Thumbs up Re: REGARDING OF IELTS ESSAYS

    Thanks for giving advise ........i always look forward to here these kinds of comments......

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    Re: REGARDING OF IELTS ESSAYS

    Quote Originally Posted by vikasielts View Post
    Thanks for giving your advice. I always look forward to reading these kinds of comments.
    As Gillnetter said 'Always capitalise I'.

    Use only one full stop at a time.

    Rover

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