READING PASSAGE

READING PASSAGE – 2SELF-STUDY TIPSA. However difficult you find it to arrange your time, it will pay off in the long run if you set aside a certain part of…

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Band 8 IELTS Essay Sample
Whether or not a person achieves their aims in life is mostly related to luck. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Band 8 IELTS Essay SampleWhether or not a person achieves their aims in life is mostly related to luck. To what extent do you agree or disagree? BAND 8 IELTS…

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Whether or not a person achieves their aims in life is mostly related to luck. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Band 8 IELTS Essay Sample Nowadays people use social media to keep in touch with others and be aware of news. Do the advantages of this outweigh the disadvantages?

Band 8 IELTS Essay Sample Nowadays people use social media to keep in touch with others and be aware of news. Do the advantages of this outweigh the disadvantages? Band…

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TOP_IELTS_SPEAKING_TIPS

📌#TOP_IELTS_SPEAKING_TIPS 📌 Don’t memorise answers:=Lots of people think that the best way to do well in the speaking test is to remember scripted answers and simply use these in the…

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IELTS Band 9 Letter, topic: Application for a part-time job (from IELTS High Scorer’s Choice series) Writing Task 1

IELTS Band 9 Letter, topic: Application for a part-time job (from IELTS High Scorer’s Choice series) Writing Task 1You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.You recently noticed a…

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Band 8 IELTS Essay Sample

Some people consider price as the most important thing to think about when buying a product (such as cell phone) or service (e.g medical treatment). Do you agree or disagree?

Band 8 IELTS Essay SampleSome people consider price as the most important thing to think about when buying a product (such as cell phone) or service (e.g medical treatment). Do…

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Some people consider price as the most important thing to think about when buying a product (such as cell phone) or service (e.g medical treatment). Do you agree or disagree?

Band 8 IELTS Essay Sample

Band 8 IELTS Essay SampleMany people believe that social networking sites (such as Facebook) have had a huge negative impact on both individuals and society. To what extent do you…

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Enhance vocabulary:

Enhance vocabulary: Amazing — incredible, unbelievable, improbable, fabulous, wonderful, fantastic, astonishing, astounding, extraordinaryAnger — enrage, infuriate, arouse, nettle, exasperate, inflame, maddenAngry — mad, furious, enraged, excited, wrathful, indignant, exasperated, aroused,…

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IELTS Band 9 essay

IELTS Band 9 essay This is a model response to a Writing Task 2 topic Writing Task 2You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.Write about the following topic:Providing…

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IELTS SPEAKING FULL INTERVIEW

IELTS SPEAKING FULL INTERVIEW PART 1 – INTRO PARTWhat is your full name?My name is Kuldeep Kumar.Can I see your ID?Certainly, here is my passport.Where are you from?I’m from Ahmadabad.Do…

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READING PASSAGE – 1

READING PASSAGE – 1 You should spend about 20 minutes on Questions 1-12, which are based on Reading Passage 1 below.THE NATURE OF ADDICTIONA. Many people would perhaps, at least…

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ACADEMIC WRITING TASK 1

ACADEMIC WRITING TASK 1The table below gives information about student enrolments at Manchester University in 1937, 1967 and 2017.Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make…

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READING PASSAGE

READING PASSAGE SELF-STUDY TIPSA. However difficult you find it to arrange your time, it will pay off in the long run if you set aside a certain part of the…

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IELTS SPEAKING FULL INTERVIEW

IELTS SPEAKING FULL INTERVIEW PART – 1 INTRO PARTWhat is your full name?My name is Jaspinder Singh.Can I see your ID?Sure, Here it is.Where is your hometown?My hometown’s in Hanoi,…

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Read aloud

? ✍Read aloudHaving a Best FriendA story tells that two friends were walking through the desert. During some point of the journey they had an argument, and one friend slapped…

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?Everything Changes

? ☘️☘️☘️???????????????Everything Changes: Once upon a time in a village lived a old farmer who used to work very hard. He had a horse. One day his horse ran away.…

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Each / Every

? Each / Every?????????? These two words pretty much have the same meaning. I watched each game. = I watched every game.We use “each” when we are talking about each…

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Read aloud

Read aloud“My Beloved Teacher” When I was born,I was a blindMy parents demonstrated the worldNo one opened my eyesYou only were my guidelineFor my vulnerable eyesThe whole world was in…

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Punctuation Rules Series

Punctuation Rules Series Commas Commas and periods ( fullstops) are the most frequently used punctuation marks. Commas customarily indicate a brief pause; they're not as final as periods. Rule 1.…

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Put in each or every

? ㄒㄖᗪ卂ㄚ'丂 ? ㄒ卂丂Ҝ Put in each or every There were four books on the table. __each book was a different colour.The Olympic Games are held _every four years.As you…

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? Study time

? Study time What can you do to improve your learning efficiency?Hmm, I would say that meditation and physical exercise can certainly be of help.I believe that meditation can help…

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READING PRACTICE

? ?READING PRACTICE? "I Don't Want To Hear Your Song" Scott walked into the almost empty office. One worker was typing at his computer. The worker smiled and said, "How's…

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Pronunciation Practice

? Pronunciation Practice Sentences:The Unvoiced "K" Sound Listen & repeat. Read each sentence aloud slowly at first, then as if you were telling it to someone in a Natural Way.…

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50 Phrases

50 Phrases How is it going?Long time no see!What have you been up to?Can’t complainHow do you know?That’s a good one = That’s a good joke!It’s very kind of you!Thank…

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Read aloud

2️⃣ Read aloud?️? ◼️ Down the drain Mike washed his hands. He washed his hands with soap and water. He brushed his teeth. He brushed his teeth with toothpaste and…

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English vocabulary

?English vocabulary? Farther :beyond? Further : additional? Emigrate : to leave a country? Immigrate = to enter a new country? May be :something may possible? Maybe : perhaps? Allude :…

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Word of the Day!

??Hygienenoun [ U ] US ​ /ˈhɑɪ·dʒin/ ​?the practice or principles of keeping yourself and your environment clean in order to maintain health and prevent disease ?‘poor standards of food…

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PHRASAL VERB IDIOM

OUT OF THE BLUEadverb?without any warning; unexpectedly; out of nowhere ? I hadn't seen her in months, but she called me out of the blue last week and invited me…

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Something to read!

A kiss Carlos buys a new car. It’s a very expensive car. It’s a huge, blue, fast car. While driving down the street, Carlos sees a girl on a bicycle.…

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18 top tips for improving your English

Watch television and films in EnglishRead English books/newspapersLabel things in your houseMake notes of new vocabularySurround yourself with English speakersFigure out your best time to learnListen to British and American…

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✅ Conditional sentences

?Conditional type zero✅Keyword: Factual ✅Conditional type zero is used to talk about general truths, scientific facts or things which always happen under certain conditions. ?FORM ✅Simple Present ➕ If ➕…

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Let alone

✍?✅ Used after a statement, usually a negative one, to indicate that the statement is even more true of the person, thing, or situation that you are going to mention…

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VOCABULARY

1. PROSPECT (NOUN): hopeSynonyms: likelihood, expectation Antonyms: viewlessness, dimness Example Sentence: There was no prospect of a better day.  2. UNPRECEDENTED (ADJECTIVE): unexpectedSynonyms: unmatched, unequalled Antonyms: normal, common Example Sentence: The government took the unprecedented step…

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?Weather vocabulary: useful weather words & terms?

?Weather is the state of the atmosphere, describing for example the degree to which it is hot or cold, wet or dry, calm or stormy, clear or cloudy. ▪️Sunny▪️Rainy▪️Windy▪️Hot▪️Cloudy▪️Stormy▪️Cold▪️Snowy▪️Rain▪️Drizzle▪️Rainbow▪️Snow ✅Sunny▪️The…

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IDIOMS

??? Speak your mind-to say exactly what you think, even though you might offend somebody A piece of cake - Very easy Cross your fingers - For good luck Be…

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Something to read!

Learning English can be difficult for some people. Keep this in mind: although learning English can be difficult as well as it may takes long time. you can still manage…

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Role Playing!

??Sarah: Okay, John, let's talk about fashion. You know, I have students and I think sometimes they don't, they don't dress appropriately for the classroom. ??John: Oh yeah. Sometimes, it…

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? Tongue twister ?

Something in a thirty-acre thermal thicket of thorns and thistles thumped and thundered threatening the three-D thoughts of Matthew the thug - although, theatrically, it was only the thirteen-thousand thistles…

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Something to read today!

Get Comfortable with Yourself! Get comfortable with yourself is a key to learning. This is so important. You must get comfortable with yourself. These challenges you face every day are…

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Collocation Definition

What is a collocation? learn collocation definition with useful examples. Collocation definition: A collocationis two or more words that often go together. Some collocation examples are “pay attention”, “fast food”, “make an effort”, and…

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Word the day

devise verb | dih-VYZE Definition 1 a : to form in the mind by new combinations or applications of ideas or principles : invent b : to plan to obtain…

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Idioms

?be hard hit (by something) ✍?To be adversely affected (by something) to a great degree; to suffer financial losses (as the result of something).The seaside town was hard hit by…

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Punctuation Rules

Commas Commas and periods ( fullstops) are the most frequently used punctuation marks. Commas customarily indicate a brief pause; they're not as final as periods. Rule 1. Use commas to…

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avid

?? ??synonym:eager?voracious??antonym:indifferent ?Definition::doing something as much as possible(to be keen on doing something)? ??Examples:: ?1:David an avid collector of old jazz records.?? ?2:He is an avid cook.He is always trying…

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Bought / Brought

Bought is the second or third form of buy Ali had bought a cup of tea for him, day before yesterday. Brought is the second or third form of bring…

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English honorifics

In the English language, an honorific is a form of address indicating respect. These can be titles prefixing a person's name, e.g.: Mr, Mrs, Miss, Ms, Mx, Sir, Dr, Lady or Lord, or titles ?????????????????????? ? Miss?? used in front of the family name of a woman…

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☢⚠ Beware!

▪️Beware is short form of"be aware".It means - danger, becareful. ▪️Beware is an imperitive verb.Verb which gives orders and instructions. ▪️You can say:Beware of the bull!beware of the dog! ▪️Beware…

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Senses!

I can see a rainbow, glowing through the rain I can see the people in a speeding train I can see quite close up, I can see quite far I…

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OPPOSITE WORDS

absent × present accept × decline, refuse accurate × inaccurate admit × deny advantage × disadvantage agree × disagree alive × dead all × none, nothing always × never ancient…

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IELTS preparation tips!

If you have few months for IELTS preparation, follow these GOLDEN rules, these are easy and can be incorporated in daily life. **Read as much as you can-it will boost…

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IELTS SPEAKING 2020

SPEAKING PART 1 - It comprises of general topics related to you , for example - questions about your hometown , job ,study , college etc. You already know answers…

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Pronunciation Tips

(I). Do not confuse pronunciation of words with their spelling. Learn to practice what you hear, not what you see. (II). In English, many words are there which: have the…

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Giving Opinions- IELTS

? If you need to express your opinions about someone or something, then here are some common ways to do that. ✅Expressing opinions: ▪️ ? ????? we need to buy…

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