The following steps should be kept in mind for writing an effective email. A. Use a professional email address B. Stick to professional font. • Write your email in a legible font size, such as 12 point type. • Avoid special styles like italics, highlighting or multicolored fonts • Do not use all caps. C.


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The Reading Test measures how well you can understand what you read in personal, social and workplace contexts. The Reading Module is for 55-60 minutes. In each part, you will read a text and then answer a set of multiple choice questions. The questions are presented in a drop-down box, and a candidate needs to

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The Listening test in CELPIP measures how well a candidate is able to understand English that is used in day-to-day situations.  The duration of the listening test is 47-55 minutes and all questions on the listening test are multiple choice. There are 6 practice tasks in the listening module. Follow these guidelines to help you achieve a good

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The Cue Card in IELTS tests your ability to speak English fluently. The topic should be spoken without any breaks and pauses, so that you can achieve a high band score in IELTS. Colour is a power which directly influences the soul. The two CUE CARDS are based on colours. The words like array, hues,

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EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION USES VARIED AND APPROPRIATE VOCABULARY It’s important to pick words that are clear and suit the purpose and audience of the text. Using the same words all the time can be boring, so try to use synonyms to help you get a good band score in IELTS Writing. Avoid overused words Using a

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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,

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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

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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

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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 days,