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6 12, 2021

IELTS Speaking: Would you like to reach 7 or above? Learn these useful words for common topics idioms! (Environment-related)

6/12/2021|Categories: IELTS|

In July, we have shared with you three common IELTS topics idioms, including the likes of study, work, and hobbies. Knowing that you might want to learn words about other topics, therefore, we are going to share another three topics with you this month! We will talk about ‘environment’ today. Hope you can use these words if you are asked something about the environment!

1 12, 2021

IELTS Speaking: Do you find yourself using ‘very’ all the time? Let’s learn more words to replace it!

1/12/2021|Categories: IELTS|

During the IELTS Speaking exam, for example, when the examiner asks you to recommend a book, you cannot get high marks by answering the question with ‘very’ all the time. For example, ‘I believe it is very important to our personal development. It is very meaningful and very easy to read.’ Your examiner will probably frown. Let's avoid using ‘very’ in emphasizing something every time, learn these words instead to surprise him/her!

8 10, 2021

7 IELTS must use sentences to express ‘for example’ in other ways!

8/10/2021|Categories: IELTS|

Giving examples can help you strengthen the argument persuasiveness and achieve a more ideal score! So, what phrases should we use to give examples in both IELTS writing and oral exams? Here are 7 useful phrases!

4 10, 2021

IELTS Speaking: Is ‘I like’ the only expression you use to talk about sth you are fond of? 7 ways to replace ‘like’!

4/10/2021|Categories: IELTS|

Many IELTS Speaking topics, especially in Part 1, ask about your daily life. For example, what activities you like, or do you like your job. In addition to ‘I like...’, what can you say to express your preference?

15 9, 2021

IELTS English: Words to avoid in the exams (part 2)! Any words to replace ‘difference’?

15/9/2021|Categories: IELTS|

Previously, we mentioned 3 words that you should avoid using in IELTS exams. Can you recall them? Let’s go through 3 more simple English vocabulary words as well as their synonyms!

14 9, 2021

IELTS English: Words to avoid in the exams (part 1)! Are you still using ‘good/ bad’ to describe people and things?

14/9/2021|Categories: IELTS|

When taking the IELTS exam, we believe that all of you know that simple words cannot boost our scores. Yet, you may try hard but still cannot think of a better synonym for the simple word. We understand that you may be one of the examinees who have this concern. Therefore, we will introduce the first three simple English words which need to be avoided, and their synonyms respectively!

13 9, 2021

IELTS English: 8 sentences with the word ‘all’ to help you speak fluently!

13/9/2021|Categories: IELTS|

The most important thing about IELTS Speaking is to speak naturally and fluently. Today, we prepare 8 short English sentences that include the word ‘all’. For example, ‘all shook up’ can be used to describe a mood, whereas ‘be-all and end-all' can be used to describe the importance of something. If you wish to learn these words, let’s continue reading the article!

9 8, 2021

IELTS Writing: Express adverbs of certainty, how to say ‘undoubtedly’ in English?

9/8/2021|Categories: IELTS|

During the IELTS exam, especially when you are writing argumentative essays, we may think of the word ‘undoubtedly’ when we want to express a degree of certainty. Except for ‘undoubtedly’, do you know any words with similar meanings?

6 8, 2021

IELTS Writing: An obvious increase/decrease in the trend? Learn 5 words better than ‘obvious’!

6/8/2021|Categories: IELTS|

The IELTS writing is divided into task 1 and task 2, and today we're talking about some must-know vocab and phrases of task 1 graphs and charts! If you’re preparing for IELTS, let’s learn some words to replace ‘It is clearly that’ and ‘It is obvious that’ for a higher lexical resource score!

2 8, 2021

IELTS Speaking: What are the other meanings of ‘thing’? Various collocations with ‘thing’ in English!

2/8/2021|Categories: IELTS|

The word ‘thing’ gives people a vague and unspecific impression. However, if we collocate ‘thing’ with other words, the meaning can be clearly understood. Below are 7 usages of ‘thing’, turn a simple word into different meanings!

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