Why students worry about the order in writing letter in GT Writingby pardeep g. IELTS Coaching In Dwarka
Letter writing is a task that most people learn during early secondary classes in school. Letter writing is taught to us so that we may be able to make requests or respond to some written communication. It may be in the form of personal/official/business letters. I have been writing blogs to help IELTS students so that they can use the information in these blogs to make the level preparation better.
Letter writing is generally Task 1 of GT Writing. A situation is provided to the candidate, in the IELTS exam paper, and she or he is supposed to write a letter as per the given situation. The question statement also provides a set of information that must be included in the letter. This information is provided in bullet points.IELTS students ask, through emails, a question, “Should I maintain the order of letter in the order of bullet points?”.
During my guest lectures at the best IELTS coaching in Dwarka, some students asked this question. Let’s have the answer to this question. The answer is that it does not matter whether you follow the same order to write the letter.
Let us also understand why students ask this question. And what should they do if the situation in favor or against the favor? Students generally learn a letter template for a particular situation. At times they find that if they apply the template they would be able to complete the answer. You must go ahead in that case without worrying about the order. But in certain cases, the template may not apply and you may have to think out of the box. It may be difficult for some candidates in GT writing but it will always be easier than academic writing. Though you are free to provide the answer in any order, I suggest if you are clueless and none of your templates is working in that case you should follow the order. It will be helpful to you. It will create a logical structure for your letter.
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