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
In task 1 of the IELTS Academic Writing test, you may be asked to describe a map. You are expected to write a 150-word description of the information on the map, which will probably include buildings, routes, or proposed changes for the future.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
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.Read More
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.Read More