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IELTS Academic Writing Task 2 Most Probable Questions: May – August 2021

 Author: Kanchan Suyash (Author)  Category: IELTS Practice

“IELTS Academic Writing Task 2 Most Probable Questions & Suggested Answers” is a meticulously prepared book for IELTS test takers in 2021. It has the most possible questions that could be asked on the test from the period May to August 2021. These are sourced from all over the world but mainly from the United States, Canada, The United Kingdom, China, India, Japan, Brazil & Australia. IELTS papers tend to repeat questions as it would be an insurmountable task to bring new questions for every exam in every test centre in over 180 countries. Keeping in mind this repetition, these are the most likely questions.

This book series offers comprehensive review, test-taking tactics, and exam-like practise for all four areas of the Academic and General Training IELTS examinations. Our study guide contains audio tracks to help you practise your listening abilities, as well as tailored score reports to help you focus your studies.
The series is made particularly for students who wish to prepare for IELTS on their own and offers complete preparation for band 7 and above.

  • Complete coverage and review of all IELTS question types: multiple choice, short answer, sentence completion, flowchart completion, graphs, tables, making notes, summarizing, labeling diagrams and maps, classification, matching, and selecting from a list
  • Provides all the Do’s and Don’ts for taking the exam
  • Teaches skills to help boost your score on Writing Task 1 and Task 2
  • Several full-length practise tests are available: Academic IELTS and General Training IELTS are available, allowing you to study for both versions of the exam.
  • Questions for practise with comprehensive answer explanations
  • In-depth examination of the information and abilities examined on each component of the test, as well as our tried-and-true methodologies and skill-building tactics
  • Tracks of audio for test-like listening practise
  • The content is regularly updated and edited to ensure that you get the most up-to-date test information.
  • Expert Advice
  • We understand the exam: our team assures that our practise questions and study materials are accurate for the exam.
  • Our books and practise questions are created by experts who are familiar with students—every explanation is meant to assist you in learning.

Every year, hundreds of thousands of people from over 140 countries take the IELTS exam to demonstrate their English-language ability. The exam, which assesses listening, reading, writing, and speaking abilities, is used for admission to universities, non-academic business contexts, and as part of immigration applications for permanent residency or citizenship in a number of English-speaking nations. The IELTS is an accepted English-language test for naturalisation and visa applications in the United States and the United Kingdom.