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Advanced Grammar for IELTS: Participle (-ING or -ED) Adjectives

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To boost your IELTS Writing score, you should use a range of advanced grammar to impress the IELTS examiner. This lesson will cover Participle…

Grammar For IELTS: Connecting Words And Subject-Verb Agreement

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This post will cover some common connecting words and phrases. The agreement of the verb depends on the particular connecting word or phrase. With…

Grammar For IELTS: The Common Grammars And Sentence Structures In English (Part 2)

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These common grammars and sentence structures below are not only common in English but also the “useful tool” to help you improve every module…

Grammar For IELTS: The Common Grammars And Sentence Structures In English (Part 1)

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A vast majority of people think that the IELTS Test just need something that is academic and the “basic English grammar” is just needed by…

Grammar For IELTS: The Subjunctive Form

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We use the subjunctive form in certain fixed expressions and after some verbs and adjectives which express the idea of necessity, importance, etc. The…

Grammar For IELTS: Negation – Negative Statements

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There are many different ways of forming negatives in English. Although the most common way is with not. we can also use adverbs, quantifiers…

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…