From the examiner to see how to enhance the coherence of the internal passages

Coherence is big writing IELTS score one of the criteria, namely the continuity of the article. Coherent language can read the article to fill the gap, giving coherent sense. However, in writing, a lot of candidates are lacking a coherent sense of the article, or the lack of making the language consistent way, leading to great writing IELTS lose points. In view of this, the writing group of experts with many years of tests and teaching experience, IELTS candidates to explain how to enhance their coherence within a paragraph.

First, the proper use of the pronoun refers to

Refers to the use of pronouns include personal pronouns, possessive pronouns, and some specific words.

★ Use personal pronouns or possessive pronoun instead of repeating the word in the article

Cambridge 4 test4 task2 Fan of the sentence:
But I think the solution to the problem lies with the families, who need to be more aware of the future consequences of spoiling their children. If they could raise them to be considerate of others and to be social, responsible individuals, the whole community would benefit.

★ Use specific words to refer to a class of things
These terms include one, that, those, so, this, not, and do a variety of forms. Meanwhile, the alternative can be a noun, verb, it can be a sentence.

① Alternative term (with one, that, those to replace a noun)
Cambridge 7 test B task2 Fan of the sentence:
I agree with the view that stars in the entertainment business are usually over paid. However, it is also true that it is only those who reach the very top of their profession who can get this huge salary.

② Alternative verb (used to do various forms of the verb instead of the previously mentioned)
Cambridge 4 test4 task2 Fan of the sentence:
When they get to school age they have not learnt any self-control or discipline. They have less respect for their teachers and refuse to obey school rules in the way that their parents did.

③ Alternative sentence (with so, this, or not to replace a sentence)
Cambridge 4 test4 task2 Fan of the sentence:
Of course, factors such as loving relationships, good health, the skills to earn a living and a peaceful environment all contribute to our happiness too. But this does not mean that people without these conditions cannot be happy.

Second, the proper use of the meaning of the word associated

Use synonyms, antonyms and other inter-related meaning of the word can remind the reader of some related concepts, these concepts through repeated and repeated to achieve similar results.

★ Synonyms
Cambridge 5 test B task2 Fan of the sentence:
I think it is true that in almost every country today each household and family produces a large amount of waste every week. Most of this rubbish comes from the packaging from the things we buy, such as processed food.

★ Antonyms
Cambridge 5 test2 task2 Fan of the sentence:
The trend is not restricted to rich students who have the money to travel, but is also evident among poorer students who choose to work and become economically independent for a period of time.

★ Words are mutually complementary relationship
Cambridge 4 test4 task2 Fan of the sentence:
When they get to school age they have not learnt any self-control or discipline. They have less respect for their teachers and refuse to obey school rules in the way that their parents did.

Cambridge 5 test4 task2 Fan of the sentence:
Today the way we consider human psychology and mental development is heavily influenced by the genetic sciences. We now understand the importance of inherited characteristics more than ever before.

Third, the proper use of transitional words
Use transitional words within a paragraph can be said to achieve a coherent expression of the most important means. This is because the transitional words between sentences and sentence can be said that the logical relationship. The following will list the types of transitional words commonly used in writing:

★ said side by side
First / second / last, also, and, as well as, at the same time, equally important
● Cambridge 5 test4 task2 Fan of the sentence:
It seems that the experience we have in life are so unpredictable and so powerful, that they can boost or over-ride other influences, and there seems to be plenty of research findings to confirm this.

★ that progressive
furthermore, in addition, moreover
Cambridge 7 test B task2 Fan of the sentence:
It is true that it is only those who reach the top of their profession who can get these huge salaries. They are, in effect, rare talents. Furthermore, the majority of stars do not hold their top positions long.

For example ★ said
as, for example, for instance, in fact, such as, that is, to illustrate
Cambridge 5 test B task2 Fan of the sentence:
The majority of stars do not hold their top positions long. Sport stars and pop stars, for example, are soon replaced by the next younger, more energetic generation, while the good looks of most film stars quickly fade.

★ that repeat
in other words, that is, to repeat
Cambridge 7 test1 task2 Fan of the sentence:
Some people believe that innate talent is what differentiates a person who has been trained to play a sport or an instrument, from those who become good players. In other words, there is more to the skill than a learned technique, and this extra talent cannot be taught, no matter how good the teacher or how frequently a child practices.

★ that contrast
however, in / by contrast, on the other hand, whereas, on the contrary
Cambridge 5 test2 task2 Fan of the sentence:
The reasons for this trend may involve the recognition that a young adult who passes directly from school to university is restricted in terms of general knowledge and experience of the world. By contrast, those who have spent some time earning a living or travelling to other places , have a broader view of life and better personal resources to draw on.

★ that causal
as a result, because, consequently, for this reason, since, as, therefore, thus, owing to
Cambridge 7 test1 task2 Fan of the sentence:
Obviously, education systems are based on the belief that all children can effectively be taught to acquire different skills, including those associated with sport, art or music. So from our own school experience, we can find plenty of evidence to support the view that a child can acquire these skills with continued teaching and guided practice.

★ a concession
although, even if, unless
Cambridge 5 testB task2 Fan of the sentence:
Most of this rubbish comes from the packaging from the things we buy, such as processed food. But even if we buy fresh food without packaging, we still produce rubbish from the plastic bags used everywhere to carry shopping home.

Stance ★
strangely enough, undoubtedly, fortunately, unfortunately, most importantly, surprisingly
Cambridge 6 test4 task2 Fan in the sentence:
However, reaching the conclusion that change is inevitable is not the same as assuming that “change is always for the better”. Unfortunately, it is not always the case that new things are promoted because they have good impacts on the majority of people.

★ said Summary
overall, in conclusion, in summary, to sum up
● Cambridge 5 test4 task2 Fan of the sentence:
In conclusion, I do not think that either nature or nurture is the major influence on a person, but that both have powerful effects.

Fourth, the proper use of the same sentence structure

The same sentence structure can enhance the reader’s impression of the author point of view, increased expression of continuity of the article, but also enhance the vigor and appeal of the article.

Cambridge 5 test B task2 Fan of the sentence:
We forget that even the cheapest plastic bag has used up valuable resources and energy to produce. We also forget that it is a source of pollution and difficult to dispose of.

Cambridge 6 test4 task2 Fan in the sentence:
Sooner or later they will find that the familiar jobs no longer exist, or that the “safe” patterns of behavior are no longer appropriate.

Cambridge 7 test1 task2 Fan of the sentence:
Without the natural talent, continuous training would be neither attractive nor productive, and without the training, the child would not learn how to exploit and develop their talent.

IELTS examiner for more than four points is embodied in the Fan enhanced passages internal coherence of the approach, in the hope that the majority of the candidates to pay attention to imitation and learning can be expressed in terms of consistency scores.