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IELTS Task 1 G.T Correction: Recently Moved to a New House.


You have recently moved to a different house. Write a letter to an English-speaking friend. In your letter,
1. Explain why you have moved
2. Describe the new house
3. Invite your friend to come and visit

Please go through an explanation of this article posted in June 2017.


Dear …… ,

You would will be glad to know that I have shifted to my new home, (a COMMA before which) which is in your area. I had been planning for three years for changing our home as we were ten members living in one small apartment.

Our My new house has double storey story building. There are seven rooms, one living room, five washrooms, two kitchens, a lounge, and a small garden as well. Proper ventilation in the house makes it fresh and airy.

Why do not you come round around this weekend and see our my new home? (Question mark, not full stop) I am sure you will like it. and as your hobby is gardening and also you have deep knowledge about maintaining of plants so I want some suggestions for growing of plants. Since you love gardening and have deep knowledge of plants, I look forward to your suggestions on my garden.

Our My (Pronoun our does not refer to any noun) new address and phone number are below. So give us me a call and let us me know when to expect you.

Your lovingly

142 words. Well-written. Would have been better if you had not committed a pronoun mistake (our). Bands = 6.5.

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