Model answers for IELTS writing task 1 academic reports for Cambridge book 16. Learn from my model answers so that you can get the score you need. Written by Mike Wattie, ex-IELTS examiner and author.
The charts below show the changes in ownership of electrical appliances and amount of time spent doing housework and households in one country between 1920 and 2019.
The diagram below shows the manufacturing process for making sugar from sugar cane.
The plans below show the site of an airport now and how it will look after redevelopment next year.
The diagram below shows the process for recycling plastic bottles.
The process diagram illustrates how plastic bottles are recycled. Overall, there are nine steps starting with bottles being thrown in the trash and ending with products being made from the recycled plastic.
The first three steps involved collecting and sorting plastic. This starts with plastic bottles being thrown into garbage bins. Next, garbage trucks collect these bins. Subsequently, the plastic bottles end-up in a recycling centre where they are sorted by hand into bottles that can be recycled and bottles that cannot.
The next stages focus on using the recyclable plastic. This starts with compressing the recyclable plastic bottles together. These compressed blocks are then fed into a grinder that crushes them and transfers them into a tank where they are washed. Subsequently, plastic is put into a machine that transforms them into pellets. Next, plastic pallets are heated and turned into raw material suitable for making plastic products. After this, finished products are created from the raw material. Some of these finished goods may end up being thrown out into trash cans and re-entering the recycling process.
Get the score you need by using my IELTS writing correction and feedback service by a trained examiner to increase your score. I check your writing tasks and give you feedback on errors and ways to improve your writing. I will also give you a score for each of the four grading criteria.