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3 STEP IELTS SPEAKING TIPS

Here are three simple tips that could make a difference to your score: 1. Be confident Although you might be nervous, try to speak clearly and confidently. Smile and be friendly with the examiner. As you go into the exam, tell yourself that you have prepared well and...

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IELTS slot booking

You can book for the IELTS test via the British Council or IDP. How to book a slot for IELTS exam? (or) How to apply for IELTS test online?  Before you proceed with your IELTS exam booking, you need to keep the following things handy: Passport is the...

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Best IELTS Online Courses 2021

International English Language Testing System, also known as IELTS, is an internationally recognized test. Students who are keen to study, work or live in countries where English is the primary language must take this exam.  There are two types of IELTS –...

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Basics of spoken english

Basics of Spoken English There’s more to the spoken English language than we get in school, or even in our textbooks. In fact, the more one learns about the spoken vernacular, the more he comes away convinced that it bears more resemblance to the English language than...

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Vocabulary Words 22-04-21 Thursday

Learn New Vocabulary Words and become fluent in Spoken English ABJECT (adjective) terrible and without hope, without any pride or respect for yourself अत्‍यधिक दयनीय और निराशाजनक, स्‍वाभिमान रहित; नीच Example: The organization is dedicated to alleviating the suffering...

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Vocabulary Words 21-04-21

Learn New Vocabulary Words and become fluent in Spoken English CURB (VERB) to limit or control something, especially something bad किसी बात (विशेषतः) बुरी स्थिति पर रोक लगाना; नियंत्रण में लाना Example: He needs to learn to curb his anger. What is the synonym of the...

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IELTS Speaking Actual Test in Australia

Speaking Part 1 1 What is your full name? Well, I am “Name”. 2 Can I see your ID? Of course! Here it is.  3 Where are you from? I am from Chennai, Tamil Nadu, which is the 4th largest city in India and is also the leading commercial centre of South...

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IELTS Speaking Actual Test in the US

Speaking Part 1 1 What’s your full name? My name is” name.” “Name1” is my maiden name. You can call me by “name.” 2 Can I see your ID? Yes of course. Here it is. 3 Where are you from? I’m from Cusco, Peru, located among the Andes Mountain Range near one...

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IELTS Speaking Actual Test in Canada

Speaking Part 1 1 What is your full name? My name is “Name”. You can call me “Nickname” 2 Can I see your ID? Sure. Here’s my ID 3 Where are you from? I was born and brought up in Kolkata. I live near Jadavpur. Kolkata is the City of Joy. A city that...

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What is eng grammar in English learning?

  Eng Grammar is the way we arrange words to make proper sentences. Word level eng grammar covers verbs and tenses, nouns, adverbs etc. Sentence level eng grammar covers phrases, clauses, reported speech etc.       Each and every person in this...

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Cambridge IELTS books for IELTS preparation

Cambridge IELTS books for IELTS preparation

Cambridge IELTS books for IELTS preparation The Official Cambridge Guide To Ielts Student’s Book With Answers With Dvd Rom Paperback by Pauline Cullen (Author) IELTS or the International English Language Testing System has been designed for those candidates who...

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Gourmand – Word of the Day

Gourmand – Word of the Day

Gourmand – Word of the Day  Meaning: [noun]: Somebody who enjoys eating and eats in large quantities History: Gourmand – Word of the Day Basically, Gourmand – Word of the Day, the origin of this word is still unknown. However, it is believed that it is connected...

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IELTS Exam Eligibility Criteria 2021

IELTS Exam Eligibility Criteria 2021

IELTS Exam Eligibility Criteria 2021 IELTS does not have stringent requirements for eligibility. However, there are a few conditions that need to be satisfied. Eligibility criteria Age requirements According to the instructions released by the British...

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How to write a Band 9 Essay?

The IELTS Writing Test consists of 2 tasks of which both are essay writing. In the first task, you’ll have to write an essay of at least 150 words, and in the second task, an essay of at least 250 words. You’ll get an hour altogether for both the essays, so it is...

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Penny Pincher – Idiom of the Day

Penny Pincher – Idiom of the Day Meaning: Miserly. History: The idiom seems to have originated in the 19th century. This idiom is related to the idiom called “A penny-a-liner” which was in use in 1834. It was to be used to refer to a writer for a periodical or...

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Laconic – Word of the Day

Laconic – Word of the Day  Meaning: [adj] : (of a person, speech, or style of writing) using very few words. History: History dates back to the late fifteenth century, roughly in the 1580s. Debated of Greek and Latin origin.From Greek LakonikosFrom Latin...

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Lackadaisical – Word of the Day

Lackadaisical – Word of the Day

Lackadaisical – Word of the Day Meaning: Lacking enthusiasm, zest and determination; carelessly lazy. Origin: There are times when life seems to be one unfortunate occurrence after another. We’ve all had days when everything was going wrong. When someone had such a...

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A plum job – Idiom of the Day

A plum job – Idiom of the Day Meaning: A good job which is well-paid and relatively easy. Origin: It is said that “plum” in the 17th century was slang for £1000, a very large sum indeed in those times. This use was then applied to some political jobs, thought by the...

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IELTS Listening Tips 2021

This is a question in every test taker’s mind, whether it’s possible to get a 7-8 band score in the IELTS exam. Yes, it is possible if you practice different test papers regularly. You also need to have a good vocabulary and strong grammar. Below are a few...

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Berate – Word of the Day

Berate – Word of the Day Meaning: Scold or criticise someone in anger Origin: This word traces its origin back to the mid-16th century. It is a compound of two words: be-(meaning “thoroughly”), and rate. Here the origins are a bit hazy. It’s possible...

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A Little Bird Told Me – Idiom of the Day

A Little Bird Told Me – Idiom of the Day (Also A Little Birdie Told Me) Meaning: This idiom is used to convey that the speaker knows something but chooses to(or has to) keep the identity of their informant secret. Origin: There are multiple possible origin...

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Ough Words

Ough is a letter sequence often seen in words in the English language. This sequence of letters have the most unpredictable pronunciation, at least six pronunciations in North American English and over ten in British English. Contents [show] Uses: This...

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Cold Turkey – Idiom of the Day

Cold Turkey – Idiom of the Day Meaning: Completely and abruptly stopping a habit as opposed to phasing it out of your life. Usually used to refer to a bad habit or an addiction. Origin: The expression first appeared in 1921 in the Daily Colonist in British...

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