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Vocabulary for the IELTS test

Vocabulary for the IELTS test

​Today we’re looking at how to improve your vocabulary in order to get the IELTS score you need. Improving the range of vocabulary you have and your ability to use and understand specific topic focused vocabulary will help you in IELTS speaking, writing listening and...
Vocabulary for the IELTS test

Suffixes

​A suffix is added to the end of a word. Suffixes can change meaning and class (noun/verb/adjective/adverb) of a word. Let’s look at an example: ​Love is a verb.I love chocolate! To turn it into an adjective we add ‘able’. Love + able =...
Vocabulary for the IELTS test

Interesting Adjectives

In the #ielts speaking test, make sure to be expressive and go into detail. Use interesting adjectives like ‘fascinating’, ‘terrifying’, ‘amazing’ and give long answers where you can. https://t.co/YCUHWqIuZ0 #ieltsspeaking—...
Cause and Effect Prepositions

Cause and Effect Prepositions

Photo by Nguyen Nguyen from Pexels This lesson is from our Writing Task 2 course. Study prepositions used in cause – effect language. Begin the lesson below. This is one of our full screen interactive learner experiences. For mobile and tablet users, use your...
Vocabulary for the IELTS test

Common English Mistakes | Affect or Effect?

Many students of English and even native speakers make errors with affect and effect. This class will help you to use this vocabulary more accurately. Exercise 1 An IELTS candidate is writing about public transport. Read the following sentences. There are many...