Speaking test Part 1 (Interview) – What is your full name? – Can I see your ID? – Where are you from? – Do you work or study? – Do you like your work? – What do you do? – Where do you live now? – Is there a park near your home? – Do
Speaking test Part 1 (Interview) – What is your full name? – Can I see your ID? – Where are you from? – Do you work or study? – What do you do? – Do you like your job? – Where do you stay now? – Do you live in an apartment or a house?
In the IELTS exam, you are given instructions before every type of question. Some of the students directly hit the question and start solving without even reading the instructions. While it is good to save time by not consuming too much time in reading instructions, skipping it completely would cost you with lowered band score.
Listening test Section 1. A phone conversation regarding booking hotel banquet services to celebrate an event. The options that were discussed included accommodation and food. Section 2. About a new online bicycle renting system, including information on how to use the booking system. Section 3. Don’t remember. Section 4. A floor plan for bicycle parking center.
Love stories “Love stories” are often associated – at least in the popular imagination – with fairy tales, adolescent day dreams, Disney movies and other frivolous pastimes. For psychologists developing taxonomies of affection and attachment, however, this is an area of rigorous academic pursuit. Beginning in the early 1970s with the groundbreaking contributions of
FOOD FOR THOUGHT A Why not eat insects? So asked British entomologist Vincent M. Holt in the title of his 1885 treatise on the benefits of what he named entomophagy – the consumption of insects (and similar creatures) as a food source. The prospect of eating dishes such as “wireworm sauce” and “slug soup” failed
Sending money home A Every year millions of migrants travel vast distances using borrowed money for their airfares and taking little or no cash with them. They seek a decent job to support themselves with money left over that they can send home to their families in developing countries. These remittances exceeded $400 billion last