If you are preparing for the International English Language Testing System (IELTS), you know how important it is to have good listening skills. One of the challenges of the IELTS listening test is that it is designed to mimic natural conversation, which means that the speakers use connected speech.Read More
The IELTS Speaking Test takes between 11 and 14 minutes and consists of an interview between the test taker and a trained and certified examiner. During the Speaking Test, you’ll answer questions from a certified examiner and will have a guided conversation with them. To get a good score on the Speaking Test, you need to acquire automatic language skills. In addition, you will earn points for your accent and pronunciation.Read More
When it comes to IELTS writing, it is essential to have a good grasp of grammar. In particular, you need to master the basics, and one of the most basic parts of grammar is subject-verb agreement.
In this blog, we will explain subject-verb agreement so that you can understand it well enough to score a higher band in your IELTS test.Read More
IELTS multiple graph questions are quite common in the Academic Task 1 Writing test. Candidates often panic when they see these graphs and charts as they are worried about having to interpret two different types of data.
However, as long as you know how to write essays on each type of graph, you will have no problem answering multiple graphs questions in IELTS Academic Writing Task 1.Read More
There are 14 question types in the reading section. You have to read the passage and answer the question with the content taken from the passage. To crack the IELTS Reading Test with a high score, you must have familiarity with the question types and learn the tricks and tips to solve these questions.Read More
Do you find the True, false, not given question type in the IELTS Reading test challenging? Find out how to answer this question type and the tips you need to remember so you can perform better on the IELTS test day.Read More
If you are taking the IELTS Listening Test soon, book your seat in advance at IELTS AOLCC. We have IELTS Test Centres available in Mississauga, Kingston, London, and Brampton. All our test centres are equipped with Wireless Headsets and other necessary amenities.Read More
In Academic Task 1 of the Writing module, you are expected to write a short descriptive report based on visual information or data. This visual information may be presented as pie charts. Pie charts are circular charts divided into sectors usually illustrating percentages. In this blog, we’re going to tell how to effectively describe a pie chart in IELTS Writing task 1. To get a band 9 for your answer, you should follow this answer structure:Read More
One of the best ways to improve your English speaking skills is to talk to a native speaker. But what if you don’t feel confident enough to actually speak to another person. Here’s how to start speaking English in 5 easy steps:Read More
Imitation is the ability to mimic the way someone speaks. But for people, who are not natural mimics, need to practice the imitation method daily to improve their communication skills.Read More