1.1 Personal Introduction 1.2 Read Aloud 1.3 Repeat Sentence 1.4 Describe Image 1.5 Re-tell Lecture 1.6 Answer Short Question 1.7 Summarize Written Text 1.8 Essay Speaking: 1.1 Personal introduction The personal introduction is an opportunity for you to give your selected institutions some information about yourself. You will have 25 seconds to read the prompt
IELTS Listening Exams can be really confusing. Many students only listen out for specific keywords and are often caught out when they understand the question incorrectly. The main trick to do well in your IELTS Listening Exam is to not only hear your examiners’ questions, but to really listen to them. What happens on
Paraphrasing in IELTS is essential for a high score in IELTS. This page contains tips on paraphrasing to maximise your score. You need to learn to to identify paraphrases in IELTS listening and reading. For IELTS writing and speaking, you need to learn to paraphrase using your own words. Students who are good at paraphrasing will
8 ENTRIES FOUND: respect (noun) respect (verb) respected (adjective) respecting (preposition) self–respect (noun) self–respecting (adjective) due (adjective) pay (verb) 1 respect /rɪˈspɛkt/ noun plural respects Learner’s definition of RESPECT 1 : a feeling of admiring someone or something that is good, valuable, important, etc. [noncount] He has earned/gained/won their respect. The soldier saluted as a sign of respect. Despite our differences, I have enormous respect for him. She has a
Listening test Section 1. A conversation between a tenant and a landlord about her rental property issues. Section 2. A tour guide gave information to tourists before boat departure. Section 3. A university lecture about red king crab. Section 4. A conversation about unique attractions in certain countries for tourists. Questions: short-answer questions (no more
Listening test Section 1. Lifeguard application form. Section 2. Phone enquiry about drama class. Section 3. Don’t remember. Section 4. Description of health spa facilities.
Section 1: Questions 1-5 Which dolphin (A-H):  seems to enjoy the company of horses ____________  can be recognised by a distinctive fin shape____________  carries the marks of an earty injury ____________ Which TWO dolphins (A-H):  are mothers looking after babies .____________  are often seen spending time together____________ Questions 6 and
Listening test Section 1. A lady who was moving house needed a storage room. Questions: filling in blanks, multiple choice. Section 2. Two students were talking with a supervisor about their research of products and advertising. Questions: multiple choice. Section 3. A lecture about IQ. Questions: filling in blanks. Reading test Passage 1. About human