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Speaking Topic in IELTS Exam Held in Chandigarh on 10th September

Describe something important that you lost Recently I had to give a presentation in my IELTS institute on Global warming. I had really worked hard for it and I had made a presentation, including various videos and lectures from eminent environmentalists. I had stored the entire data in a pen drive. On that particular day,

Questions from statements in the IELTS Listening Module

In IELTS, Candidates find multiple – choice tasks very daunting, as they are unable to comprehend the meaning and co-relate the questions with the answers. Sometimes the question stems are phrased as statements. For example: Students visiting a festival should arrive at ………….. When should students visiting the festival arrive? The most important purpose of

Understanding of Maps in IELTS Listening Section

In map labeling tasks, firstly a candidate must be clear about the directions: Before listening to the audio scripts, look carefully at the map and ask yourself where things are in relation to the question numbers. Then listen for descriptions which match your ideas. As you go into the station, the post office is in

The Speaking Section in IELTS

Describing People   In IELTS exam a candidate is often asked a topic, a people, a family member, a friend, a teacher, a neighbor etc. In this type of task card, adjectives can be used to highlight a person’s qualities. For example if the task card is about ‘a teacher you remember from your school

Baby Steps Through Writing Essay

First Read and classify the question. You need to decide what kind of topic you have got an A, H, or S. It will affect the way you plan your essay. Second Here you need to come up with ideas, thoughts and opinions in the given topic. The best way to do it is, to

Different Types of IELTS Essays

There are three categories of essays namely, Argumentative (A), Hidden (H) and Situational (S). Topics “A” present an Argument and you need to explore pros and cons, reasons for and against, while you support only one side. Topics “H” present a Hidden Argument. These topics usually ask “To what extent…?” “In what way……?” “How has

Improve Your Reading Score By Following The Three Strategies Mentioned Below

Style: When filling the answers, copy the example’s style. For demonstration look at the following table: USA UK New Zealand Divorces rate Example 1: 55% Marriage Example 2: First Example I If the example says “55%” give your answer in this exact form, a number and %. Any other form or style (like ‘55’ or

IELTS Speaking Discussion Questions – Part 3

In Speaking Part 3, a candidate is expected to discuss some questions related to a topic. Often these questions are formed in predictable ways: To what extent In what ways What are the main differences between Which do you prefer What… How… For instance, if you get a topic related to shopping the possible questions

The importance of the past in Speaking Module in IELTS

In the IELTS Speaking Test, you can be asked to describe events from your personal history. It is up to the candidate, based on the topic to choose a happy or a sad event. The topics can be as follows: i. Exciting big foreign adventure. ii. Outstanding impressive achievement. iii. Annoying habit of some people.

Conjunctions are Very Important in Writing Module of IELTS.

The sentences in writing can be connected in different ways using conjunctions . The last blog was about coordinating conjunctions and in continuation we now discuss the role of subordinating conjunctions. Subordinating conjunctions connect a dependent clause to an independent clause to form a complete sentence, which is called a complex sentence There are a
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