IELTS Speaking Test in Amritsar (Feb 2019)

Note: Due to covid 2019 IELTS tests are not in Active Mode so we are presenting some speaking Tests from different parts of Punjab. Interview What is your name? Can I see your ID? Do you like swimming? Where do (or can) people go swimming in your hometown (or, near your home)? Is swimming very

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IELTS Speaking Test in Ludhiana (Feb 2020)

Note: Due to covid 2019 IELTS tests are not in Active Mode so we are presenting some speaking Tests from different parts of Punjab. Interview What is your full name? What should I call you? Can I see your identification, please? Do you work or study? How did you decide to do this job? What

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Useful collocation to practice : Danger

 1         Verb + danger Use the correct form of these verbs: expose to         flirt with                      pass face                 realise                            reduce Unfortunately, the swimmers didn’t ______________ the danger they were in until it was too late. During the first GulfWar, it was

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Bar Chart Planning & Sample

The bar chart below shows the percentage of people living alone in 5 different age groups in the US from 1850 to 2000. Report plan: Paragraph paragraph: show> comparison; Percentage> Ratio; People in the USA> US citizens; Between… and…> …… to… ..; Different> Different Overview / Summary Paragraph: (1) Increased% in all age groups during

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Useful collocation to practice : Description

Key word: description 1          Verb + description Use the correct form of these verbs: contain            defy                 fit give                  issue                write It had been a clear night. The girl saw her attacker clearly, so she was able to__________ the police and pretty accurate description of him. No words could describe the beauty of the scenery. It

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Useful collocations to practice : argument

1          Verb + argument (reasons behind ideas) Use the correct form of these verbs: accept              follow              hear                 put forward                 support His lecture just didn’t seem to make any sense. I couldn’t ___________ his argument at all. Could you? I’ve spent the last week doing my research. Now I’ve got lots of

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