9 10, 2020
For those who are not native English speakers, it can be quite challenging to maintain a good level of fluency when speaking English and to convey emotions verbally. Using adverbs is a good way to improve your fluency. Let’s learn some adverbs that are commonly used by native speakers!
7 10, 2020
We found that many students overuse “I agree” or “I disagree” when stating their point of view in IELTS speaking and writing. Using alternative patterns will help you get a higher score in the criteria of language. We are going to give you 7 useful sentence patterns for presenting your opinion in the writing and speaking tests.
5 10, 2020
I believed that you have already came across with the word “yet” many times when learning English. However, it seems that its meaning varies every time we see it and a lot of people have not ideas of how to use it correctly. Today we are going to tell you the 5 common rules of using “yet”.
7 9, 2020
IELTS writing only has one hour, which suggests that candidates are expected to use at least 40 minutes for task 2. You don’t have much time to spend on brainstorming the points for your argument. This article is for students who want to go into the writing exam feeling confident that they have excellent ideas, opinions and vocabulary for as many topics as possible.
4 9, 2020
It is said that IELTS writing expects candidates to restate the question in the opening paragraph. However, some people find it difficult to paraphrase the sentence. Here are some tips for paraphrasing.
2 9, 2020
Previously we went through a list of useful verbs for describing trends of diagrams. In this section, we are moving on to a selection of common adjectives used for trend language.
4 8, 2020
A rich variety of vocabularies is one of the most important keys to get a 7 or higher grammar score in your IELTS writing. These useful verbs for describing the trends of charts can level up your part 1 writing! Learn them now!
4 8, 2020
In our last post, we summarized 3 tips for IELTS speaking part 3. This time, we are going to talk about how to polish your answer and achieve a 7.5 band score!
4 8, 2020
It is said that getting a 7.5 in IELTS speaking is tough. Specially for Part 3, your performance depends on whether the question suits your preference. Actually, the key to a better score does not lay on the question, but the way you answer the question.
16 7, 2020
Many people think that the main purpose of taking IELTS is for studying abroad. In fact, the result of IELTS is a common requirement for applying for overseas jobs and immigration! Let’s check out the tips below!