IELTS Reading TRUE, FALSE, NOT GIVEN exercise This is a sample IELTS reading material for TRUE, FALSE, NOT GIVEN questions. Students often find difficulties with this kind of questions. They are difficult for everyone because it tests different language skills in all of the questions. Cycling: What’s the furthest you have ever cycled? Perhaps you cycle to school or to work, or maybe at most a short cycling trip with friends? How would you feel about spending months on the road travelling solo from the UK to China, by bike? For British cyclist Pete Jones, camping rough and cycling long distances through inhospitable terrain are second nature. Mr Jones is …

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IELTS Listening exercise: Fill in the gaps – Solutions Approach

Try this IELTS listening exercise based on “the solutions approach”. In this exercise, you’ll hear three minute talk over different way of approaching a solution.

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IELTS Speaking: an electronic gadget you like

In IELTS, you may be asked a cue card about an object. It might be asked in different variations. You might come across this question in following manners. Describe a present you received from someone. OR Describe an electronic device you can’t live without OR Describe the most useful device you have OR Describe something you bought and found very helpful OR Speak about an electronic gadget you like the most. – What it is. – When and from where did you get it – What do you use it for I have described the above question in my answer but with some modifications, you can adapt this answer for …

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English Grammar point “used to”

This post explains an important IELTS speaking grammar point of “used to”. For more information, I’ve included a video

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IELTS Listening: English as a global language

This is a TED talk about English mania. This talk is presented by one of the most influential person around the world, Jay Walker. This man has made a huge name and has lots of patents on his name. He’s using some excellent vocabulary here in this speech. So, Let’s listen and learn some new English expressions.

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