Common Idioms to Improve Your IELTS Score – Topic : Priorities and decisions

Priorities and decisions the bottom line In a discussion or argument, the bottom line is the most important and basic fact about what you…

Advanced Vocabulary for IELTS 7.0 +: EMPLOYMENT (Part 4)

Advanced Vocabulary for IELTS 7.0 +:  EMPLOYMENT – Practice Exercises and Answer Key (Part 4) EMPLOYMENT ( PART 4) Word Association (a) First group…

Common Idioms List for IELTS Speaking

In the IELTS speaking test, if you use common idioms properly, you can boost your IELTS speaking score to Band 7.5 or higher. This page contains all…

Using Collocation to Boost Your IELTS Score – Key Word: experience

1          Verb + experience Use the correct form of these verbs: bring               have gain                 base on learn                share She didn’t ___________ much experience of…

Advanced Grammar for IELTS: Modal verbs (2): must, should, ought to, have to, need to

Advanced Grammar for IELTS: Modal verbs (1): can, could, may, might, be able to – Diagnose Test, Grammar Explanation & Practice Exercises A      DIAGNOSTIC…

Common Idioms to Improve Your IELTS Score – Topic: Relationships (social – personal – working)

Relationships (social – personal – working) break the ice If a person, event or activity breaks the ice, they make people feel more relaxed and…

Using Collocation to Ace the IELTS – Key Word: Effort

Effort  1         Verb + effort Use the correct form of these verbs: expend                                    go into make                …

Advanced Vocabulary for IELTS 7.0 +: EMPLOYMENT (Part 3)

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Using Collocation to Boost Your IELTS Score – Key Word: Change

Change 1          Verb + change Use the correct form of these verbs: accept              bring about                 make resist                plan            …

Using Collocation to Ace The IELTS – Key Word: Decision

Decision 1          Verb + decision Use the correct form of these verbs: influence                     justify abide by                       reverse Nobody knows how the headmaster can ___________…