Grammar

Grammar For IELTS: Used To Versus Would

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1. FORM AND MEANING: Used to is followed by an infinitive. Notice the spelling in questions and negatives: It used to take me over…

Grammar For IELTS: A, An, The (Part 2)

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Continuing the previous Grammar For IELTS post, today, we will learn how to use the article “THE” and when no article is needed before…

Grammar For IELTS: A, An, The (Part 1)

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Those little words that can be so difficult to use correctly— introduce and identify nouns. There are two kinds of articles in English: indefinite…

Grammar For IELTS – “A Number Of” Versus “The Number Of”

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In the IELTS Writing Tets, especially, in IETLS Writing Task 1, the most common collocation that is used to describe the quantity of something is…

Grammar For IELTS: Indefinite Pronouns As Subjects

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Using indefinite Pronouns is always the effective way to emphasise your expression in IELTS. Today, we will learn how to use them correctly which…

Grammar For IELTS: Expressions Of Quantity

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Quantity expressions can be troublesome when it comes to subject-verb agreement. The rules below govern quantity expressions with both singular and plural verbs. When…

Grammar For IELTS: Noncount Nouns

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In the previous Grammar For IELTS post, we have learnt about Count Nouns and how to use it correctly. Today’s lesson will cover another form…

Grammar For IELTS: Count Nouns

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CHECK YOUR GRAMMAR Three of the five underlined words contain an error related to nouns. Can you explain why each of these underlined words…

[IELTSMaterial.com] ESpecially vs specially

Grammar for IELTS: Specially or Especially?

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It isn’t uncommon to hear these two words used interchangeably, but when it comes down to dictionary definitions, what are the correct and incorrect ways…

10 Useful Structures to Express Contrasting Ideas in IELTS Writing Task 2

10 Useful Structures to Express Contrasting Ideas in IELTS Speaking & Writing Task 2

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One of the most important factors that help you to achieve IELTS band 7.0 or higher in IELTS Speaking and Writing is to use a high…