10 1, 2020

DSE Paper 4 : Best For Candidates! The most useful sentences in asking others’ opinions!

10/1/2020|Categories: DSE, Exam|Tags: |

Do you know how to pass DSE Paper 4 with flying colors? You should focus on interacting with other candidates, rather than giving your own speech during the speaking exam. Other than asking ‘Do you agree with me?’, there are tons of sentence structures that can help you with asking for others’ views. You can be more precise by using the below sentences when you want to understand others’ opinions.

9 1, 2020

DSE Paper 3 : Data description ! 5 words that can replace ‘increase’

9/1/2020|Categories: DSE, Exam|Tags: |

Is ‘increase’ the only word you write when stating an increasing trend? Do you wish to get rid of this situation? If you are aiming for the stars, you must be careful with every word choice. In order to impress the markers, this article will help you to learn more synonyms for the word ‘ increase’ !

8 1, 2020

DSE Paper 3: Data description ! 5 words that can replace ‘decrease’

8/1/2020|Categories: DSE, Exam|Tags: |

There are often questions that require data description in HKDSE English paper 3. Usually, you would be able to get the content point by stating the data straightly. Yet, some useful vocabularies can enhance your language marks. Avoid using the most common word choice, which is ‘decrease’, you can replace it with the following suggestions! [...]

18 12, 2019

IELTS Writing : How to master academic writing ? 3 points you should be aware of!

18/12/2019|Categories: Exam, IELTS|Tags: |

Academic writing is very much different from sending messages or drafting an email. It demands coherence in language and content. So do you think you know the right formula for academic writing? If you are not very sure, why don’t we check out the 3 fundamental ideas in writing it?

15 12, 2019

The MUST-KNOW vocabulary for IELTS!

15/12/2019|Categories: Exam, IELTS|Tags: |

The topics in IELTS are of rich variety, requiring different knowledge in diverse areas. Although the question base is broad, there are common topics that candidates can study in advance. This time, the MUST-KNOW vocabulary for school, entertainment and housing are presented in this article!

13 12, 2019

IELTS Skills : The 3 traps that you must avoid in spelling

13/12/2019|Categories: Exam, IELTS|Tags: |

Correct spelling is critical to get good score in IELTS exam, so you need to prepare yourself with the consciousness in checking your spelling. Before submitting the essay, proofreading is a vital part. There are three traps that you should be alert of when checking for spelling accuracy.

29 11, 2019

DSE English Paper 2 :  Change your sentence using these Connectives ! ( replacing ‘and’ )

29/11/2019|Categories: DSE, Exam|Tags: |

When you are so nervous during the examination, you may repeat the same word again and again. When you want to link up two ideas, what are the other connectives apart from “and”? Do you know how to use it correctly? Check it out from this article!

27 11, 2019

DSE English Paper 2 : Change your sentence using these Connectives ! (replacing ‘but’)

27/11/2019|Categories: DSE, Exam|Tags: |

In the HKDSE English Writing paper, you may need to rephrase the keywords of the topic constantly, and this is the same for connectives! ‘But’ is one of the most frequently used connectives. So, do you know what words can replace it and how should you change the sentence? Let’s check it out below!

27 11, 2019

DSE English Paper 2 : Change your sentence using these phrases! (reasoning)

27/11/2019|Categories: DSE, Exam|Tags: |

When you want to link up the reason with the result, is ‘because’ the first word pops up in your mind? Do you want to paraphrase to enrich your writing articles? If you wish to make your articles more professional, the words below may give you more ideas!

15 11, 2019

IELTS Speaking : How to lengthen the answer!? 3 phrases in giving additional information!

15/11/2019|Categories: Exam, IELTS|Tags: , |

When you are having IELTS speaking exam, you do not only answer “yes” or “no” without elaboration. You keep this in mind – always add more examples and information! The below shows how to give examples in different questions!

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