IELTS

Family IELTS vocabulary related to the family which you can use in the speaking test: To raise Childhood Adolescence To play truant Juvenile delinquency Neglected Nuclear family To get on well with sb Relative In-laws Red-letter day Siblings To allow Quality time To take after sb Overprotective Strict Foster family Education IELTS vocabulary related to […]

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1.Indispensable (Adjective) Syn: Vital, crucial, essential 2. Innovative (Adjective) Syn: Inventive, ingenious 3. Breakthrough (Noun) Syn: discovery, finding A researcher reported another breakthrough in cancer research. 4. Revolutionized (Verb) Syn: Transform There is no doubt that the internet has Revolutionised our lives. 5. Cutting-edge (Adjective) Syn: Leading, very modern Cutting-edge technology/design 6. Censorship (Noun) Syn: restriction, […]

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Here is the list of topics related to the IELTS writing task 2. All these topics appear more than once in the IELTS writing task 2 test. If you will go through these topics then it will be easy for you to write about them easily. Food Society People Sport Advertising World Issues & Society […]

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Speaking Part 1: Where do you come from? Have you lived for a long time in your current city? How much do you like this city? Why do you like? Do you think this city will change in future? Who is your favorite movie star? Why do you like him/her? Have you seen a movie […]

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Many parents believe that when their children read books for entertainment, they are wasting their time, and that they should read only serious, educational books. What is you opinion about this? In countries where unemployment is high, education should only be obligatory up to primary school and not secondary school. To what extend do you […]

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Listen to the audio clip Check how much you can understand and the general gist and start to pick out keywords.   Repeat and repeat again Listen to the clip again. Based on what you understood the first time, is there now more than you can pick out? Continue to listen to the clip several […]

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drop off: take someone somewhere by car Can I DROP you OFF somewhere on my way home? get away: leave to go on holiday I need to GET AWAY for a few days.  set off: start a journey We SET OFF early the next morning. speed up: go faster The car suddenly SPED UP and went through a red light. take […]

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I’m fine, Thanks. How about you? Pretty good. Not bad. Great! Couldn’t be better!  Can’t complain. I’ve been busy. Same as always. Not so great. Could be better.

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Agreeing I agree I do. I agree with you 100 percent. I couldn’t agree with you more. That’s so true. That’s for sure. That’s exactly how I feel. I feel the same way. You have a good point there. I was just going to say that. I had that same idea. Exactly. You’re absolutely right, […]

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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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