How electricity is produced may not be something you think about every day, but it's definitely a topic you should learn more vocabulary on for your IELTS test. I can think of many examples where it would help you get a higher band score if you know and use words connected to the topic of energy.
11 September, 2020
If there's one topic you should learn more vocabulary for in the IELTS test, it's probably technology. Because technology is such a big part of our everyday lives, there’s a very good chance that you’ll have to talk, write or read about some kind of technology (or listen to someone talking
9 September, 2020
Do you find it difficult to remember new vocabulary? If you do, you're certainly not alone. I think most language learners struggle to remember many of the new words and phrases that they note down or read in vocabulary lists. I can’t promise that you’ll remember every new word you see or hear after you’ve read this post, but hopefully, it will help.
7 September, 2020
Can you put the following examples in order from the most formal (serious and official) to the least formal (relaxed and friendly)? A) I’m interested in doing some voluntary work in your hospital.
3 September, 2020
When was the last time you wrote a letter to a friend? I'm guessing it may have been a long time (or perhaps never) because you use texts, email or social media instead. If you haven’t picked up a pen and paper for a while, now’s the time to practice because you may have to write a letter to a friend for IELTS General Training Writing Task 1.
25 August, 2020
One way to improve your vocabulary for IELTS is to learn more words and phrases connected to the common IELTS topic of education. You may have to answer questions in the IELTS Speaking test about your studies, read an article in the IELTS Reading test on different educational approaches or give your opinion in the IELTS Writing test about which subjects should be taught
27 July, 2020