IELTS Pronunciation Guide

Introduction. On the IELTS Speaking test you will be graded on four different things: Vocabulary (25%) Grammar (25%) Fluency and Coherence (25%) Pronunciation (25%) Pronunciation also affects our fluency, so you could say that it counts for much more than just 25%. Pronunciation is often the area that causes the most problems and many people

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IELTS-Blog::IELTS test in Iran and the Philippines – October 2017 (Academic Module)

Listening test Section 1. About a summer educational course. Section 2. About the Paradise Island. Section 3. Don’t remember. Section 4. About a certain variety of birds. Reading test Passage 1. About residential house construction. Passage 2. Don’t remember. Passage 3. About social media sites. Writing test Writing task 1 (a report) We were given

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IELTS Reading- Summary Completion

In these kinds of questions you will be given a summary of information from the text and there will be some gaps in that summary. You will either be given a list of words to fill the gaps with or asked to find the answers in the reading text. Your job is to insert some of the words

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Personal Introduction

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

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IELTS Listening Tip

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

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Paraphrasing

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

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