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hi every one.....
i looking for writing syllabus i mean how many categories are there in task 1, like bar graph, table, pie chart etc. so i want to know what are the total types.

same way how many in task 2 , like : one is agree disagree an other is of putting your opinion, so likewise what are the other or total categories..........

please, guide me any link, website or anything....

thanks
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rb7 Hi everyone. I'm looking for information about the IELTS writing tasks. syllabus I mean how many categories types, like bar graph, table, pie chart ... etc. are there in task 1? so i want to know what are the total types. same way Similarly, how many essay types, like agree/disagree or give-an-opinion, are there in task 2? like : one is agree disagree an other is of putting your opinion, so likewise what are the other or total categories.......... Please, guide me any recommend some links, websites or anything. Thanks.
Start by looking here:
http://www.ielts.org/test takers_information/question_types/question_types-_ac_writing.aspx
http://www.ielts.org/test_takers_information/test_sample/academic_writing_sample.aspx
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thanks dear for this correction in my question

and now plz tell me how many types there exactly in task 1 and 2....
Hello,

In Task 1 (General IELTS) you will only find a letter as your task.

In Task 1 (Academic IELTS) you might find:

bar chart
line chart
table
pie chart
cycle
process
flow chart
objects
maps (as a process of change or comparing two possible sites for a new building)

I took this from a book that provides examples for all of these and model answers - IELTS - The Complete Guide to Task 1 Writing -

Task 2 (General and Academic IELTS) - an essay will be given

There are three main types of essay

two question essay - e.g. problem and solution

Opinion Led - giving your opinion first in the introduction and then explaining in the main body why this is your opinion

Argument Led - discussing the topic in the main body and then giving your opinion in the conclusion