• February 25 2022
  • IELTS AOLCC

How to Train Yourself to Think in English

If you’re not a native English speaker, chances are you will think about the answer in your mother tongue, whether consciously or subconsciously. All of us do so when we learn the English language as non-native English speakers.

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  • February 7 2022
  • IELTS AOLCC

 How Audiobook Can Improve Your English

If you find that reading takes too much time, you can try listening to an audiobook while driving, walking, eating, and doing anything at home. Audiobooks would help your English pronunciation and listening skills. Using audiobooks as part of your IELTS preparation will help you improve speaking, oratory, and comprehension skills.

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  • January 22 2022
  • IELTS AOLCC

The Importance of the Habit of Reading for IELTS Candidates

Learning how to develop a reading habit is a great investment of time for IELTS candidates. Most successful people acknowledge the importance and value of reading habits. Building your reading habit will help you become a better version of yourself.

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  • January 7 2022
  • IELTS AOLCC

How to Speak Like an English Native Speaker by Understanding Idioms

The only way you can be proficient in speaking English like native speakers is to actually keep talking and practicing.

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  • December 28 2021
  • IELTS AOLCC

How to Use Advanced Linking Words with Confidence

Linking words are words and phrases used to connect ideas, sentences and paragraphs together. People often use the most common linking words like however, firstly, but, and, also, too, because, so, etc.

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  • December 8 2021
  • IELTS AOLCC

How to Fluently Use “English Phrasal Words”?

Phrasal words are inherently idiomatic and cannot be easily understood by the individual words that make up the phrase. Read this blog to learn everything about English phrasal verbs and get the IELTS score you need!

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  • November 30 2021
  • IELTS AOLCC

How to Use “Filler Words” in a Correct Way in IELTS Speaking Test?

Filler words don’t add any substantial value to a sentence. They allow you to take a second and think about what you’re going to say next. Using them correctly during your IELTS Speaking Test can help you sound natural, maintain fluency, and continue your speech. Practice as much as you can to improve your communication skills and spoken English.

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  • November 9 2021
  • IELTS AOLCC

How to Increase Your IELTS scores by Understanding the “Conditionals”?

Are you preparing for the IELTS test? Confused about how to use conditionals? Conditionals can be used in writing task 2 of the IELTS examination or even in the speaking test. Conditional tenses are used to speculate about what could happen, what might have happened in the past, or what we wish would happen in the […]

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  • October 25 2021
  • IELTS AOLCC

5 Tips to Improve Your IELTS Writing Score That No One Told You

IELTS (International English Language Testing System) is designed to assess a candidate’s language ability. Understanding the IELTS scoring system can help you plan your preparation and perform at your best on the test day.

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  • August 10 2021
  • IELTS AOLCC

What Should I Bring on IELTS Test Day?

When you arrive at the IELTS test center, your ID will be verified. It is required for all three sections of the exam: listening/reading, writing and speaking.

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