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Communication is a core of our everyday life. We are constantly in need to express ourselves in different situations, from ordering a meal to participating in a full complex debates (whether it is with your friends in a pub or at work during a meeting).

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Today we will be focussing once again on the FCE paper, specifically Part 1 of the writing section. We will first talk about the format of this section and then hope to provide you with some of the tools you will need to complete this section successfully when the big day comes.

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Majority of the IELTS test candidates find quite challenging to compare main features in the Writing task 1 and use adequate grammar and vocabulary.

The main purpose of this article is to introduce you to the ways how to compare and contrast the main information in the Writing task 1.

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Both IELTS writing tasks could be challenging to deliver. There is a crucial difference between the Writing task 1 and the Writing task 2. However, sometimes very simple mistakes could determine your final results. Here are some DON’TS in the Writing Task 1 that can help you avoid unnecessary mistakes.

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Reading is the second part of the IELTS test consisting of 3 reading passages. There are 40 questions you need to answer during this test. You have 60 minutes to complete and no extra time is given. Therefore, you must be very focus, organised and use effective time management.

Students usually find this task to be the most complicated in IELTS test. The IELTS Reading part mainly tests the following:

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Cambridge FCE exam (First Certificate in English) is an upper-intermediate (B2) level exam developed by Cambridge English Language Assessment.
It’s one of the most widely taken exams and it’s accepted by numerous organisations and universities as a proof of ability to communicate in English for work and study purposes.

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