8 4, 2022

In addition to ‘it depends’, how can you enrich the answer for higher scores?

8/4/2022|Categories: IELTS|

In the IELTS Speaking exam, especially the questions in part 1 and part 3, they will ask you questions such as ‘do you prefer to buy clothes in shops or online?’. You can choose either option to answer it. Still, if candidates want to enrich their answer, they may say ‘it depends ...’. To show that you know more than ‘it depends’, you can try to say...

9 3, 2022

Synonyms of ‘interesting’, different ways to share your hobbies with the examiner!

9/3/2022|Categories: IELTS|

Hobby is one of the most popular topics in the IELTS exam. When the examiner asks you the reason why you like a certain hobby, you can only answer ‘because it is interesting’? Even if you are not ready to elaborate your answers, try not to use the word ‘interesting’ every time. Let’s take a look what are some synonyms!

7 3, 2022

Make good use of conjunctions to enrich the structure of your essay! (Emphasizing the reality)

7/3/2022|Categories: IELTS|

Previously, we introduced concession conjunctions and learnt 7 synonyms of ‘although’. Do you still remember those words? Today we will talk about synonyms of ‘actually’/ ‘in fact’, which can be used to emphasize the face of something. Let’s take a look at them together!

4 3, 2022

IELTS Argumentative essay: Learn these different ways to consolidate your arguments in addition to ‘the evidence shows that’!

4/3/2022|Categories: IELTS|

IELTS argumentative essay usually focuses on giving examples and data to prove the argument. However, when we have the examples or data, how can we show that? The followings are some phrases you may try to use!

9 2, 2022

Would you like to reach 7 bands or above? Let’s learn some useful words of common topics! (Technology-related)

9/2/2022|Categories: IELTS|

'Technology’ is another common topic for IELTS, especially since we are in the digital era, we should also learn a few English words that are related to technology. So, today we will share 6 useful phrases with you!

7 2, 2022

Make good use of conjunctions to enrich the structure of your essay! (Concession)

7/2/2022|Categories: IELTS|

There are different conjunctions in English, and concession is one of them. For example, but/ although/ however are the most common ones. To get a higher Coherence and Cohesion score, you should use various of linking words. Today, we are going to go through some words together and see which words can replace but/ although/ however!

4 2, 2022

Replacing ‘a lot/ many’! Words that can be used in formal or informal occasions?

4/2/2022|Categories: IELTS|

You may often use the word ‘many’ or ‘a lot’ to describe a large amount of something, but can you think of any other English words with similar meanings? Today we are going to share 3 synonyms to be used in formal occasions and 4 synonyms for informal occasions with you respectively!

10 1, 2022

IELTS Speaking: What idioms should we use in ‘compare and contrast’ questions? We can use phrases as well as ‘same as’ and ‘different from’!

10/1/2022|Categories: IELTS|

In part1 and part3 of IELTS Speaking, they may ask you to compare or contrast between two people/places/opinions, for example, what is the difference between living in the city and live in the countryside? When it comes to these questions, you should use phrases such as same as/ similar to/ different from/ Yet, how can we enrich our answers?

5 1, 2022

IELTS Speaking: Would you like to reach 7 or above? Useful words for common topics! (Work-related)

5/1/2022|Categories: IELTS|

Most of you may wonder how we should prepare for the IELTS speaking exam. Are you thinking there is no way to get ready well in advance for the exam so you should just sit around and do nothing? Indeed, there are a few common topics in IELTS speaking, for example, we will talk about ‘Work’ today. Keep practicing how to use these phrasal verbs fluently and professionally during the speaking exam!

3 1, 2022

IELTS Speaking: Do you want to reach 7 or above? Here are a few useful words for discussing common topics! (Family-related)

3/1/2022|Categories: IELTS|

Finally, this is the last article of common IELTS Speaking topics, and we will talk about 'family’! This topic may appear in part 2 or part 3 of the speaking exam. In part 2, the examiner may ask you about your own family, for instance you may need to describe a family member that you admire the most. Besides, in part 3, you may be asked to talk about some general issues related to family, for example whether the husband and the wife should have different roles in a family. Let’s learn about some useful words related to family together!

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