IELTS Grammar

IELTS Grammar Exercises: Future Forms

Welcome back! In this last post of our IELTS Grammar Exercises series, you’ll be able to practice using future forms. As you may already know, there are different ways to talk about the future in English. Each future form suggests a specific intention or attitude towards the future, which is why it is important that you are familiar with the different structures used to talk about future...
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How to Improve Your Spellings

Spelling can be one of the most difficult skills to master when learning English. Since correct spelling counts on the IELTS test, it can put added stress on the candidate. Some words follow certain patterns and rules, while others sound completely different to how they are spelled. Here are some groups of words that can be tricky, even for native English speakers. Click here and download our...
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Improving your IELTS Rating: Tips for Test-takers from India

In almost every corner of the world, you can find IELTS. Many of the top universities require it for acceptance. Many countries require it for immigration. And many employers require it for their workers. Considering this, it’s no surprise that this test is important for a lot of people in India. Although the English language is well established in India, there are still a lot of challenges...
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IELTS Common Spelling Mistakes

Even though there are no specific spelling or vocabulary tests in IELTS, that doesn’t mean that spelling is not assessed. In the Reading, Listening and Writing tests, not only are you expected to use the correct words (e.g. nouns, adjectives, verbs), but also the correct spelling of these words. In fact, words with spelling mistakes in the Reading and Listening tests will be marked...
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Writing Task 1: Phrases and collocations for describing diagrams and maps

In our previous post on Writing Task 1, we looked at a variety of phrases and collocations that you can use on your IELTS to describe tables, graphs and charts. Click here and download our special report for free.. Today, we will be focusing on phrases and collocations for describing diagrams and maps, which are also common types of visual data in Writing Task 1 Academic. Diagram Map First,...
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British vs. American English

Although they are the same language, British and American English have some major differences. Click here and download our special report for free.. Even though both are acceptable on the IELTS test, it can be confusing and overwhelming when learning English. Here are some of the more common differences between British and American English.   Vocabulary British and American English have...
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The difference between college minor and college major.

By Katie Azevedo, M.Ed. I have organized the following guide as a series of common questions I receive from college-bound students and/or their parents. I keep my answers simple and brief because this guide is intended to offer an overview.   Click here and download our special report for free..   What is the difference between a college major and a minor? College Major: a primary...
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Math My Kid Loves

Math My Kid Loves  We’ve been homeschooling for just over 5 years. Over the 5 years we’ve been homeschooling, we’ve worked hard to work out oodles of kinks! In the process, we have become a fairly eclectic set of homeschoolers We’ve worked out oodles of our kinks and, in the process, learned we’re a fairly The post Math My Kid Loves appeared first on Hip Homeschool Moms.
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How to Effectively Cut Off Communication with Your Children

Being a mom is hard. But it’s also one of the most rewarding jobs in the world! Homeschooling moms invest so much time and energy into our kids! We make so many sacrifices and pour so much into our children. That’s why today we want to celebrate homeschool moms! We’re sharing an opportunity for homeschool The post How to Effectively Cut Off Communication with Your Children appeared first...
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Reading: How To Raise Your Child To Become A Genius

Reading! do you know how important is it? One day, as a small child, Thomas Edison came home from school and gave a paper to his mother. He said to her, “Mom, my teacher gave this paper to me and told me only you are to read it. What does it say?” Her eyes welled with tears as she read the letter out loud to her child… “Your son is a genius. This school is too small for him and doesn't...
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