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Find out how to answer a common type of writing question in this IELTS Writing Task 2 video
In the video, I use a sample task and answer from one of our IELTS e-books to show you how to give yourself the best chance of getting the IELTS Writing band score you need.
The sample task is a type of Writing Task 2 question that’s common in both IELTS Academic and General Training.
What does the instruction ‘Write no more than three words and/or a number’ mean in the IELTS Listening test?
I often get asked about how many words you can use for answers in the IELTS Listening test when the instruction is ‘Write no more than three words and/or a number’, and so I thought I’d explain what this instruction means here. Read the full post »
Is the book Reading for IELTS suitable for you?
I often get asked if I can recommend any books that focus on reading for IELTS, and so I thought I’d review the book Reading for IELTS published by Collins.
If, like many IELTS candidates, you find the IELTS Academic Reading test difficult and need to improve your reading band score to a 6.0 or above, then read on to see if this book is suitable for you.
What I like about Reading for IELTS:
- I think the best feature of this book is that it includes a unit on each of the 11 types of IELTS Reading question, including matching headings and true, false or not given questions.
- The book includes exercises and suggestions to help you understand how to answer each type of IELTS Reading question. Read the full post »
The first step to improving your speaking for IELTS
To improve your speaking for IELTS, it’s important to know which aspect of your speaking you need to improve. If you know, for example, that you hesitate a lot when you speak English or that you speak very slowly, you’ll know that you need to create more opportunities for speaking practice to improve your speaking for IELTS.
For some ideas about what you may need to improve, check out the video below to see two IELTS candidates talking about what they need to do to improve their speaking.
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