How to Use More Advanced Vocabulary for Task 1 [IELTS Writing]
Oct11

How to Use More Advanced Vocabulary for Task 1 [IELTS Writing]

Getting a high band score in the IELTS writing exam seems impossible to some students, but it’s not. In fact, there are a few things you need to do to boost your chances: learn to structure your writing, increase your vocabulary, and understand the question. Another way is to use more advanced vocabulary for task 1. Why Use More Advanced Vocabulary for Task 1? In the IELTS writing exam, you need to prove to the examiner that you...

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Family and Friends [IELTS Topic]
Sep25

Family and Friends [IELTS Topic]

The topic of family and friends is a common one in the IELTS exam. It can arise in any section, although it’s probably most common in the speaking test. Being able to talk fluently about your family and friends is therefore important. In today’s article I will show you how to boost your IELTS score by mastering this topic. Family and Friends Vocabulary There are certain words I’m going to assume that all my readers already know:...

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The Importance of Synonyms in IELTS
Sep07

The Importance of Synonyms in IELTS

Every IELTS student knows that vocabulary is important when attempting to get a high band score, but do they really understand how useful it is to know lots of synonyms? In fact, learning synonyms is a great way to improve all areas of your IELTS skill. In today’s lesson, we examine the importance of synonyms in IELTS. What are Synonyms? A synonym is a word that has the same or nearly the same meaning as another word. Because...

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How to Describe a Photo (IELTS Speaking)
Sep04

How to Describe a Photo (IELTS Speaking)

In the IELTS Speaking Exam, you may be given the opportunity to talk about a photo. This is most likely to happen in part 2, and it will probably be expressed like this: Describe one of your favourite photographs. You should say: When the photograph was taken What it looks like What significant memory you have regarding this photograph and explain why it is one of your favourite photographs. Using Photography Vocabulary in IELTS So...

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Building and Structure Vocabulary for IELTS
Jun12

Building and Structure Vocabulary for IELTS

In the IELTS exam, sometimes you need to describe buildings or structures. This can appear in any section of the exam, and having the right vocabulary can get you a great band score. From describing a building you know in the speaking part two, to labelling parts of a diagram in the reading or listening exams, this vocabulary is invaluable for your IELTS studies. Buildings and Structures Vocabulary for IELTS from David...

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