Did you know that the most commonly used noun in English is ‘time’? There are a lot of phrases with the word ‘time’ in them. Today I want to have a look at some vocabulary that you can use in your IELTS test to talk about time. There are some activities to do as you read this post, so get a pencil and paper and let’s get started.
20 October, 2021
The past perfect comes up in all parts of the IELTS test, so today I’m going to focus on the past perfect simple and past perfect continuous. These are tenses that we can use when we are telling stories and talking about events in the past when we want to show what happened first.
6 October, 2021
Today I'm looking at relative pronouns and how and when to use them. Understanding relative pronouns will help with your IELTS Reading and IELTS Listening because you need to know what different clauses in a sentence are referring to. Knowing how to produce error free complex sentences is also essential if you want to get a high Band Score in both the IELTS Speaking and IELTS Writing tests. So, what are you waiting for? Let’s get started!
22 September, 2021
Hi everyone! I hope you enjoyed my previous blog post. Today we're going to continue looking at modal verbs.
1 July, 2021
Hi everyone! Today I want to talk about modal verbs, this is the first of two posts that I am writing on this topic so keep an eye out for the next one in the coming weeks. I will start with a brief overview of modal verbs and then focus on ability and possibility.
19 May, 2021