7 Steps to Band 7 in Writing Task

It’s always a challenge for most people in achieving that magic number in the writing task and all that you need is a mentor who can help you walk through in achieving the goal. Below are the 7 important steps that can help you achieve your band 7 in the writing test. Answer all the

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How to build listening test vocabulary

            If you want to become a proficient English learner, increasing your vocabulary range plays a major role. It’s important to understand and use new words as they can help you perform better in IELTS. A listening test is conducted to test your listening capacity; however, if your answer is spelled incorrectly then your answer

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How to match headings in IELTS reading

IELTS test takers always find matching headings difficult because this question of matching headings involves matching the headings to the correct paragraphs or sections. This question is to evaluate and recognize the main idea of the paragraph and to identify the supporting themes and ideas. The following are the reasons why most of the IELTS

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Benefits of preparing for IELTS

You always have a clear goal while you prepare for IELTS and the goal is to clear with good scores and travel abroad. Have you ever thought about what could be the other benefits of preparing for IELTS apart from just clearing the test? No right? But here is the answer to that. Preparation of

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Correct pronunciation is key

The correct pronunciation is the key to learning any language and that’s the most important thing when you’re learning English. The way you sound and the way you speak, show whether people can understand you and will also set an initial impression of you. If you think pronunciation is just about acquiring knowledge, then no

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Patterns of Native Speakers

You all know that native speakers have sound patterns that are different from what we speak and they are unique and they’re different from a textbook or written English. If you still find it difficult to follow a native speaker or watch English movies on television without subtitles or unable to follow radio commentaries or

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