A year of We Love IELTS – your top picks for IELTS Listening
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A year of We Love IELTS – your top picks for IELTS Listening

We know 2020 has been a strange year for most of us! Let's talk about the positives, with We Love IELTS launching in February, we hope we have been a great support to you when preparing for your IELTS Test.  We have spoken to thousands of you and over a million of you have joined us on this new platform. We are grateful to our growing community and know many of your will be new here. We thought what better time to share your top blogs for IELTS Listening:    1. How to Speak Australian English  The most popular blog post on IELTS Listening in 2020 is IELTS expert Pete’s post on Australian English. IELTS is an international test, so you might hear a range of different accents, including Australian, British, New Zealand and North American, so we’re not surprised this post was so popular. Additionally, we know a lot of students plan to head ‘down under’ (to Australia), making this post where Pete shares some essential Australian English words and phrases even more important. READ MORE  2. What is American English  Following on from Pete’s blog on Australian English, our second most popular Listening post of the year is on American English. In this post Pete shares some features of American English vocabulary and spelling that will be especially useful if you're taking IELTS to study, work or live in the USA. Don’t forget that in IELTS you can use either British or American spelling – just be consistent.  READ MORE  3. Using Audio Scripts to Improve your IELTS Listening  In our third most popular blog post of 2020, IELTS expert Sophie shares her top tips on how to use audio scripts to help increase your band score in the IELTS Listening test. Many students use transcripts/audio scripts to check their answers and see where they went wrong. This is a great way to identify your weaknesses and to discover certain patterns in the Listening test, but there is a lot more you can do. Read the blog post to find out more.  READ MORE  4. 5 ways to improve your IELTS Listening Skills every day Did you know that the best way to improve your listening skills is not by doing lots of Listening tests. The very best way to make your listening better is to make listening in English a part of your everyday life. In this popular blog post IELTS expert Liz shares five ways to improve your listening skills every single day. Take a look and start improving your listening skills today!  READ MORE  Happy reading!  

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17 December, 2020

A year of We Love IELTS – your top picks for IELTS Listening

A year of We Love IELTS – your top picks for IELTS Listening

We know 2020 has been a strange year for most of us! Let's talk about the positives, with We Love IELTS launching in February, we hope we have been a great support to you when preparing for your IELTS Test.

We have spoken to thousands of you and over a million of you have joined us on this new platform. We are grateful to our growing community and know many of your will be new here. We thought what better time to share your top blogs for IELTS Listening:

1. How to Speak Australian English

The most popular blog post on IELTS Listening in 2020 is IELTS expert Pete’s post on Australian English. IELTS is an international test, so you might hear a range of different accents, including Australian, British, New Zealand and North American, so we’re not surprised this post was so popular. Additionally, we know a lot of students plan to head ‘down under’ (to Australia), making this post where Pete shares some essential Australian English words and phrases even more important.

READ MORE 

2. What is American English

Following on from Pete’s blog on Australian English, our second most popular Listening post of the year is on American English. In this post Pete shares some features of American English vocabulary and spelling that will be especially useful if you're taking IELTS to study, work or live in the USA. Don’t forget that in IELTS you can use either British or American spelling – just be consistent.

READ MORE 

3. Using Audio Scripts to Improve your IELTS Listening

In our third most popular blog post of 2020, IELTS expert Sophie shares her top tips on how to use audio scripts to help increase your band score in the IELTS Listening test. Many students use transcripts/audio scripts to check their answers and see where they went wrong. This is a great way to identify your weaknesses and to discover certain patterns in the Listening test, but there is a lot more you can do. Read the blog post to find out more.

READ MORE 

4. 5 ways to improve your IELTS Listening Skills every day

Did you know that the best way to improve your listening skills is not by doing lots of Listening tests. The very best way to make your listening better is to make listening in English a part of your everyday life. In this popular blog post IELTS expert Liz shares five ways to improve your listening skills every single day. Take a look and start improving your listening skills today!

READ MORE 

Happy reading!

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