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Anki for IELTS – Watch me showing a student how to use Anki to learn some modal verbs

By AWG 25th May 2016
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How to use Anki to improve your IELTS score

Do you get frustrated because you forget things you want to remember? Help is at hand, with a programme called Anki.

Watch me showing a student how to use Anki to learn basic modal verbs

If you have to learn anything, Anki is the best way to remember.

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Anki for IELTS – Watch me showing a student how to use Anki to learn basic tenses and auxiliaries

By AWG 29th April 2016
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How to use Anki to improve your IELTS score

Do you get frustrated because you forget things you want to remember? Help is at hand, with a programme called Anki.

Watch me showing a student how to use Anki to learn basic tenses and auxiliaries

If you have to learn anything, Anki is the best way to remember.

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Speaking for IELTS – Advice on a strategy to answer questions about the past in the IELTS speaking test

By AWG 15th March 2016
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Motorbikes IELTS speaking part 3

If the examiner asks you to talk about the past, you can use this useful strategy

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Speaking for IELTS – illustrate your adjectives

By AWG 11th March 2016
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Adjectives IELTS speaking part 2

In the speaking test, you need to persuade the examiner that you can speak at length without noticeable effort in order to get a band score 7 for Fluency and Coherence.

Here’s a useful tip to help you to do that

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Speaking for IELTS – How to answer questions about the future in the IELTS speaking test.

By AWG 8th March 2016
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Predictions IELTS peaking

If the examiner asks you to speculate about a future trend, you can use this useful strategy

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Lexis for IELTS – take every opportunity to show off your vocabulary in Writing Task 1 (1)

By AWG 5th March 2016
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The future IELTS writing Task 1 Task 2 model answers charts tables Speaking

Lexis for IELTS – take every opportunity to show off your vocabulary in Writing Task 1

Be prepared

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Vocabulary for IELTS in Writing Task 1 processes

By AWG 3rd March 2016
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Fruit picking writing Task 1 processes

How to think of vocabulary in a Writing Task 1 process

Ask yourself questions – why questions, where questions, etc

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Speaking for IELTS – stop giving boring lists!

By AWG 1st March 2016
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Mozart speaking for IELTS

If the examiner asks you a “what type of” question in the IELTS speaking test, it is better not to give him a boring list

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Idioms for IELTS – to look forward to

By AWG 27th February 2016
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to look forward to IELTS writing Task 1 Task 2 model answers charts tables Speaking

How to use idioms

Can you use this simple idiom?

– to look forward to

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Word Families for IELTS – to tempt

By AWG 26th February 2016
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Temptation IELTS speaking Task 1 model answers

Can you make sentences with words from this important word family?

With audio

To tempt

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Referencing for IELTS Writing – the former and the latter

By AWG 25th February 2016
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Terry IELTS writing Task 1 Task 2 model answers charts tables Speaking

To get a band score 7 for C&C you need clear referencing.

Learn how to use the former and the latter

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Linking words for IELTS – on the contrary and in contrast

By AWG 24th February 2016
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IELTS Writing Task 2 linking words On the other hand

On the contrary and in contrast.

Hands up if you think they’re the same.

Think again

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Idioms for IELTS – out of the blue

By AWG 23rd February 2016
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Out of the blue Grammar for IELTS vocabulary for IELTS

How to use idioms

Learn how to use the idiom – out of the blue – in the speaking test

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Selecting information for IELTS Writing Task 1 – rail networks

By AWG 22nd February 2016
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Train IELTS writing Task 1 Task 2 model answers charts tables Speaking

How to select information in Writing Task 1

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Referencing for IELTS Writing Task 1 (2) – correct or incorrect?

By AWG 21st February 2016
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Referee IELTS WRITING TASK 1 TASK 2 MODEL ANSWERS CHARTS TABLES SPEAKING

To get a band score 7 for C&C you need clear referencing.

Decide if these sentences are correct or not

The majority of people borrowing money borrowed money in order to buy a house or a car.

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Listening for IELTS

By AWG 20th February 2016
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Pointless trung tam ngoai ngu trung tâm tieng anh trung tâm anh ngu

Watching game shows on TV is not the best way to achieve your goals.

Here’s a better idea

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Referencing for IELTS Task 1 – some examples of good referencing

By AWG 19th February 2016
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Sanchez Grammar for IELTS vocabulary for IELTS

To get a band score 7 for C&C you need clear referencing.

Here are a few examples of clear referencing for IELTS Task 1

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Pronunciation for IELTS – past tenses

By AWG 18th February 2016
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Sanchez Grammar for IELTS vocabulary for IELTS

You need to know how to pronounce past tenses in order to get a 7 for pronunciation in the speaking test.

Practise with these sentences

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Idioms for IELTS – to take for granted

By AWG 17th February 2016
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Cat out of the bag IELTS writing Task 1 Task 2 model answers charts tables Speaking

How to use idioms

Learn how to use this high band score idiom?

to take st/sb for granted

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Selecting information for IELTS Writing Task 1 – reasons for using the internet

By AWG 16th February 2016
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Internet Reasons - IELTS writing Task 1 Task 2 model answers charts tables Speaking

How to select information in Writing Task 1

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