Thank you for this information.
I thought it would be great to use a proverb or a quote in an essay.
I will keep in mind what you recommended in this post.
You either need to develop your English language or your IELTS skills and understanding. If your English is not at band 6 level, you won’t get band 6 overall. This is an English language test and the better your English, the better your results. You also need to make sure you understand how to use vocabulary, not just the meaning of words. You need to learn how paraphrases are used and how collocations are used. For writing, I suggest you learn more about the band score requirements to make sure you are going in the right direction.
Question marks and exclamation points go outside of the final quotation mark if the punctuation mark is part of your sentence--your question or your exclamation ("like this"?). Those marks go inside of the final quotation mark if they are a part of the original--the writer's question or exclamation ("like this!").
It looks like your techniques are the exact opposite to the recommended tips. You should not try to edit your essay with lots of paraphrases because not all words can be paraphrased. Many words will be repeated – it is normal in English. The word “people” will be repeated, for example. Good paraphrasing is knowing when to paraphrase and when not to paraphrase. Also in speaking, don’t use idioms because they are mostly used inappropriately. Every mistake you make will lower your score. Every word you use that is not 100% correct or appropriate will give you a lower score. Did you read all my tips before you took your test? See the main pages which you access through the red bar at the top of the website. Here are some:
Write with a pencil and replace the mostly used words with its synonyms while proof reading the essay
write neatly by giving enough space and to increase the font as i found my writing is bit small and not reader friendly
improve vocabulary and use some list of common idioms that are allowed to use in IELTS essay
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I appreciate that you spelt out the required number of words in essay writing. Is very instructive to know that words beyond 300 have no value in ielts. But does it lowers one’s score if number of words exceed 300?
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Thank you Liz for correcting me, I am going through your Tips and Tricks.
I have seen the Band Descriptions you gave for writing and speaking.
Notice that the word "that" is used in three of the examples above, and when it is used as it is in the examples, "that" replaces the comma which would be necessary without "that" in the sentence. You usually have a choice, then, when you begin a sentence with a phrase such as "Thoreau says." You either can add a comma after "says" (Thoreau says, "quotation") or you can add the word "that" with no comma (Thoreau says that "quotation.")
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I have recently received several lessons from an IELTS tutor that use to be an IELTS examiner as well. He gave me advice to use proverb in the first paragraph of my IELTS general writing task 2.
I am confuse now as I saw that some people said it’s not an appropriate style for IELTS writing. What do you think about it?