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Collocation in IELTS

This refers to words (often two or three) that are commonly placed together. There may be grammatical reasons for this, but there may not be. It may be that through long-term usage, it just sounds correct. It is one of...

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Most used phrasal verbs in IELTS

In the IELTS test, using phrasal verbs in your speaking section of the test especially will show your examiner that your speaking skills are natural. It is very important, though, to use them correctly, so you should study them beforehand....

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Phrasal verb in IELTS

What is a phrasal verb? Phrasal verbs are verbs plus a preposition or an adverb (or followed by two). When these two words are put together, they have a different meaning to what each word means on its own. Here...

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Best IELTS tips

IELTS Exam Tip 1 Listening Tip When you have to answer multiple-choice questions, remember that the information might be expressed in different ways in the recording.Listen for ideas, not particular words, and phrases. Reading Tip Remember that skimming and scanning are important exam skills....

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IELTS Academic Writing One types

Line graphBar chartTablesPie chartsProcessMapsMixed type IELTS Line Graph Examples Continuing with the sites IELTS line graph examples, this is an example of a line graph comparing car theft. It’s important to organize your graph clearly, draw out the key trends,...

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