IELTS

Bring up – raise Tell out – argued Face up to – accept an unpleasant state of affairs, and try to deal with it Call off – not to ahead with something Count on – rely/depend Catch up with –  get to the same level Dies down – becomes less strong  drop out off – leave figure out –  find it hard to understand  find out […]

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No Nope. No thanks, I won’t be able to make it. Not this time. Not possible. No thanks, I have another commitment. I’m not taking on anything else right now.  I wish I could make it work.  I’d love to — but can’t. Unfortunately not. Apologies, but I can’t make it. Maybe another time. I’m booked […]

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You can use these questions and sentences before saying the exact favor you want. Formal & Informal Do you think you would be able to do me a favor? Would you be able to do me a favor? Can I ask you to do me a favor? Could you do me a favor? Can you do […]

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SYNONYMS:  A synonym is a word that means exactly or nearly the same as another word. In IELTS writing you need to use these Synonyms in paraphrasing and for speaking as well. Using Synonyms in spite of repeating the same word, again and again, will increase the chances of getting high band scores. Therefore take a look at […]

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