The Only Grammar that Matters on IELTS

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When does grammar matter on IELTS? Learn the answer today, so you can spend your preparation time more efficiently.grammar matters ielts

Firstly, allow me to remind you that a lot of grammar study will not improve your score.

It takes most students a year to improve their grammar score, in Speaking and/or Writing, by a whole band point.

Doing worksheets, completing online quizzes, going through a grammar book from front to back, focusing on tiny grammatical intricacies- these are all huge wastes of time.

Now, having given that warning, I will tell you where it is useful to focus on grammar on your IELTS Exam!

 

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  • Grammar Score for IELTS Speaking
    • As mentioned above, you can still have many mistakes, but you must include a variety of sentence structures.
    • It takes most students even longer to improve the grammar score in Speaking, because you don’t have time to think. So, focus on improving the other scores!

 

It is a much more effective use of your time to focus on improving your vocabulary range, pronunciation, and knowledge of linking words and transition phrases.

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  • Neda

    I completely agree. I’ve recently read an itaki article which mentioned that when you learn new word, you almost learn the grammar of using the word. So it is not necessary to focus on learning grammar in a very hard and non-enjoyable way.