Do’s & Don’ts In IELTS Writing Task 2

Do’s & Don’ts In IELTS Writing Task 2

Today, let’s review the checklist of what you should and should not do in Writing Task 2. Read the question carefully. By understanding the requirements, you avoid going off topic. Allocate time to plan your answer. It is wise to spend 5 – 7 minutes making an outline...

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Do’s & Don’ts In IELTS Writing Task 1

Do’s & Don’ts In IELTS Writing Task 1

If you can follow these ground rules, you save yourself from unnecessary worries. Here we go! Allocate time to plan your answer. I would recommend you spend 3 – 4 minutes analyzing the graphics and grouping the data before you actually write. It is wise to spend a...

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9 Idioms about Food

9 Idioms about Food

Here are 9 idioms about food you may want to use in your speaking. Any other idioms related to food you would like to share? Comment below please. Notes: Only use idioms if you understand their meaning and know when and how they should be applied in context.Don’t...

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9 Idioms about Likes

9 Idioms about Likes

Questions about likes are among the most common questions you will receive in your IELTS speaking test. There is more than one way to express likes, so let’s find out what the alternatives are. Comment below any other expressions about likes you want to share with...

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Arrive In/ Arrive At/ Arrive On/ Arrive

Arrive In/ Arrive At/ Arrive On/ Arrive

One of the most common grammar mistakes related to prepositions I see my students make is ‘arrive to’, which doesn’t exist in English. So what are the prepositions that collocate well with ‘arrive’? Let’s find out in the visual below. References Oxford Advanced...

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Digital Minimalism

Digital Minimalism

In this digitalized era, especially amid the coronavirus pandemic, when Internet shopping, remote working, and online learning are currently in vogue, I appear to go against the norm trying to relay this message. As a teacher, I am grateful for the opportunity to...

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IELTS Reading: Diagram Labeling

IELTS Reading: Diagram Labeling

Example: Source: Cambridge IELTS 11, Test 1 – Reading, Passage 2, Questions 20 – 26 Strategies & Tips: Read the instruction => check the word limit Look at the diagram to see what it is about in general => main idea Notice the title/ heading of the diagram...

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IELTS Reading: Flow-Chart Completion

IELTS Reading: Flow-Chart Completion

Example: Source: Cambridge IELTS 9, Test 1 – Reading, Passage 3, Questions 34 – 39 Strategies: Read the instruction -> word limit Skim the chart -> what it is about (main idea) Underline key words -> predict answers with relation to the stages Scan for key...

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