The following video will help you understand more about the test structure of the IELTS speaking test.
In part 2 of IELTS Speaking, it is always about telling a story, which involves DESCRIPTION of a variety of things / events / people. Continue reading “IELTS Speaking Part 2: main topics you will be asked”
For IELTS Speaking Part 2, it is always about you telling a kind of story and description about something for 1-2 minutes.
The typical structure of the question is like this: Continue reading “IELTS Speaking Part 2 – Common question structure”
IELTS Writing AC Task 2 Past Paper:
In most cities and towns, the high volumes of road traffic become a problem.
What are the causes of that and what actions can be taken to solve the problem?
What do you think of this piece of writing? Continue reading “IELTS AC Writing Task 2 -TRAFFIC”
Writing an introduction for the Academic IELTS Writing Task 1 is not as hard as you think. Due to the fact that first you are only asked to write 150 words in 20 minutes, you simply do not need to worry about putting too much information in that first paragraph, or AKA, first SENTENCE. Continue reading “IELTS Writing – AC Task 1 – Introduction”
Breaking news from Nigeria this week has been the abduction incident of more than 200 schoolgirls by a local terrorist group. Obama has spoken to address the issue.
Listen to this video (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-27304256) and fill in the following summary. Continue reading “IELTS Listening Practice 2 – Complete a Summary”
There are NINE bands in total for each of the tests (Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking) as well as an OVERALL Band Score (Average of the four) to be given on your Test Result Forms (TRF). What do these band scores actually mean?
If you are on the upper edge of one of these bands, it is definitely profitable to work your way into the next one by studying and practising. Continue reading “IELTS Band Scores – What do they mean?”
There are 40 questions to answer in 60 minutes for IELTS Reading module (both Academic and General Training)
The Reading Passages
There are three reading passages with a total of 2,150-2,750 words.
Texts are taken from journals, magazines, books, and newspapers, such as Times, Economics, National Geographic and so on.
The readings are intended to be about issues that are appropriate to candidates who will enter postgraduate or undergraduate courses. There are a variety of topic areas that you may come across with, from History, Philosophy, Psychology to Science, Nature, and Space. Continue reading “IELTS Reading – Academic – Questions Types”