There are many grammar rules that candidates should learn about. This article here can be so helpful to individuals who are not confident about their knowledge and skills in writing with the use of the English language. I know that many people find the writing section to be challenging, and this is why it is important that they learn about the basic writing techniques, which include grammar lessons. Please check out this post:
Writing and Editing Tips Part 5: Grammar Rules – Using the Right Word | Alison Williams Writing
Writing is a tricky business. There are so many elements to consider – developing wonderful characters that grow as your plot moves forward, writing realistic yet entertaining dialogue that moves your plot along, developing a plot that keeps your reader enthralled and desperate to learn more, penning breathtaking scenes, inventing beautiful metaphors. Oh, and grammar. That last one isn’t that exciting is it? And it’s one of those things that can be a bug-bear for many writers – no matter how wonderful their writing is, many just can’t get a grip on the grammar. After all, grammar has nothing to do with creativity, does it?
Well I think it does.
Grammar is an intrinsic part of writing; without its rules and regulations, that wonderful scene you’ve written detailing someone’s heartfelt passions, their devastating grief, or their soaring joy may very well be for nothing. alisonwilliamswriting.wordpress.com
There are reading materials about grammar rules and IELTS Singapore that I would be posting here. I’ve been giving my students some very helpful reading materials, which I also would like to share here so please do keep yourself updated.