IELTS Reading: Summary Completion With And Without Box

IELTS Reading: Summary Completion With And Without Box

Examples: Source: Cambridge IELTS 11, Test 2 – Reading, Passage 3, Questions 27 – 30 Source: Cambridge IELTS 11, Test 2 – Reading, Passage 3, Questions 27 – 30 Strategies: Read the instruction to see: what kind of summary completion the task is (With or Without Box)...

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IELTS Reading: Multiple Choice (Type 1 & Type 2)

IELTS Reading: Multiple Choice (Type 1 & Type 2)

Examples: Source: Cambridge IELTS 11, Test 2 – Reading, Passage 3, Questions 27 – 30 Source: Cambridge IELTS 12, Test 6 – Reading, Passage 1, Questions 10 – 13 Strategies: Read the instruction => check if there is only one correct answer or you can choose 2 or 3...

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IELTS Reading: Matching Sentence Endings

IELTS Reading: Matching Sentence Endings

Example: Source: Cambridge IELTS 11, Test 3 – Reading, Passage 2, Questions 19 – 22 Strategies & Tips: Read the instruction => check if any option can be used more than once Start with the questions by underlining their key words. Try to predict the answer:...

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IELTS Reading: Matching Features

IELTS Reading: Matching Features

Examples: Source: Cambridge IELTS 11, Test 1 – Reading, Passage 3, Questions 37 – 40 Source: Cambridge IELTS 11, Test 2 – Reading, Passage 1, Questions 5 – 8 Strategies: Read the instruction => check if any option can be used more than once Look at the option list...

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IELTS Reading: Matching Information

IELTS Reading: Matching Information

Example: Source: Cambridge IELTS 11, Test 3 – Reading, Passage 3, Questions 27 – 34 Strategies: Read the instruction => check if you can use any letter more than once. Read the list of questions and underline the key words Read the first paragraph and go back to...

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IELTS Reading: Matching Headings

IELTS Reading: Matching Headings

Example: Source: Cambridge IELTS 11, Test 2 – Reading, Passage 2, Questions 14 – 20 Strategies: Read the heading list and underline the key words => understand each heading Read each paragraph CAREFULLY. The main idea is often: expressed in topic sentences (1st,...

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IELTS Reading: True/ False/ Not Given And Yes/ No/ Not Given

IELTS Reading: True/ False/ Not Given And Yes/ No/ Not Given

Examples: Source: Cambridge IELTS 12, Test 6 – Reading, Passage 2, Questions 21 – 24 Source: Cambridge IELTS 12, Test 5 – Reading, Passage 3, Questions 37 – 40 Strategies & Tips: Read the instructions carefully (‘TRUE’, ‘FALSE’, or ‘YES’, ‘NO.’) Underline key...

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IELTS Writing Task 1: Prepositions

IELTS Writing Task 1: Prepositions

Drawing on my teaching experience, I observe that a great many students are bemused by the question of when to use what preposition in their Task 1 writing. There are generally four scenarios in which you have to use different prepositions. An increase/ decrease To...

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IELTS Writing Task 1: Useful Connectors

IELTS Writing Task 1: Useful Connectors

Below are several linking words you should use to boost cohesion & coherence in your writing. When making transition between two categories that share the same trend/ pattern: Similarly, [subject + verb]. Likewise, [subject + verb]. When making transition between...

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IELTS Writing Task 1: Describing Data

IELTS Writing Task 1: Describing Data

Let’s look at a variety of ways to quote data in Writing Task 1 today, shall we? Present participle Formula: Subject + equal comparison/ comparative structure, V-ing + data Example: Coffee in France isn’t as expensive as in the UK, costing 2 and 2.9 respectively....

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