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Beginning for Formal and informal letters

This blog post gives few stock sentences that can be helpful if you English level is very low. Personally, I think such kind of sentences are very useful as a preparatory phase and gradually you will start creating you own sentences with such tone and accuracy.

Hope you find this post useful.

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British Council official listening test

In this post, I have posted direct links to official british council website with their official question paper. This post is only about listening test.

This is one of the practice tests you will find on this website.

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Are handwriting important in IELTS?

This blog post answers the general query of the candidates. What if my handwriting is terrible? My simple answer to these candidates is that start writing now and try to improve your handwriting.

Even though IELTS does not mark handwriting directly, you will lose marks indirectly for improper handwriting.

So, start improving today!

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Cue card: Describe a child you know well

Today, I’m writing a post about speaking on a topic of a child. It is one of the trickiest topic as non-native speakers rarely find anything to talk about a child. So, I hope this post will help you learn some of the words and phrases. For your easy understanding, I have marked some key vocabulary with different colour. Describe a child you know well. You should say – Who he/she is; – What his/her personality and hobby is; And explain why you like this child.   Personally, I love children. I think they are pure and naive. My niece Ana is such a girl. She is just 5 years …

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Common Mistakes with articles

This blog post explains few common mistakes that candidates make not just in IELTS but while using English in general.

Read and learn the correct usage of this simple grammar.

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