Everything about IELTS Writing Task 1

Everything about IELTS Writing Task 1 - Academic In IELTS Writing, you must be able to finish Writing Task 1 20 minutes to ensure that you leave at least 40 minutes for IELTS Writing Task 2. For Writing Task 1, most test papers ask you to write describe data in several forms including pie charts, bar charts, diagrams and so on. There are many … [Read more...]

IELTS Speaking Vocabulary : Friends

On the IELTS Speaking module, you may be asked to talk about your friends and your social life; therefore, it is important to use a wide range of vocabulary and use several different phrases during your conversation with the examiner. There are a few tips to get a better score on the IELTS speaking module too. Some Speaking-related tips: Don't … [Read more...]

IELTS listening test – 2

Important :The test below is a complete IELTS Listening test. There are 40 questions and you should listen to each section and then answer the questions below it. The original Listening module in the IELTS exam takes 40 minutes:30 min for testing and 10 min for transferring your answers to the answer sheet. There are 40 questions in Listening … [Read more...]

IELTS Speaking test model-part 1

Part 1 : Introductions At the start of the Speaking test, the examiner will ask you some questions about yourself. First, you will have to give your name and tell the examiner where you come from. Then you will have to talk about your home or what you do. IELTS Speaking Test Model We have made a list of some of the most frequently asked … [Read more...]

IELTS Quick listening practice

In Section 1 of the Listening test, you will hear two people exchanging information on an everyday subject. The first thing you need to know when you do any listening exercise is what the talk or conversation is about. This is called the topic. You will need to listen out for details and basic facts. Practice Listen to a man on a radio program … [Read more...]

IELTS Speaking Vocabulary : Holidays and Travel

Before you want to start practicing for IELTS speaking module, you should expand your range of English vocabularies and learn more words in order to express yourself in a more complex and detailed ways. Learning more words and phrases help you to explain more complex ideas in your speaking module and get a better score. Your vocabulary range is … [Read more...]