Idioms for IELTS Speaking

Bring Something To Bear – Idiom Of The Day For IELTS

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Bring Something To Bear (+On) – Idiom Of The Day For IELTS Definition: to use something to achieve a result; to use influence, arguments,…

Nerves Of Steel – Idiom Of The Day For IELTS Writing and Speaking

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Nerves Of Steel – Idiom Of The Day For IELTS Writing and Speaking Definition: great patience and courage; if someone has nerves of steel,…

Rub Someone (Up) The Wrong Way – Idiom Of The Day

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Rub Someone (Up) The Wrong Way – Idiom Of The Day RUB SOMEONE (UP) THE WRONG WAY Definition: to irritate, annoy someone Example: The…

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Ten food idioms that are right under your nose to help score Band 8.0+

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Idiomatic expressions are sayings in English,which are almost impossible to interpret based on the words alone. They pose quite a problem for IELTS learners.  Therefore, IELTS…

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25 Common Idioms in IELTS Speaking (Part 3/5)

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25 useful idioms to help you score Band 7.0+ for the IELTS Speaking Test (Part 3/5) 25 Common Idioms in IELTS Speaking (Part 3/5)…

[IELTSMaterial.com]16 Lessons for IELTS Speaking Common Topics (with Vocabulary, Collocation, Idioms)

16 Lessons for Common IELTS Speaking Topics (with Vocabulary, Collocation, Idioms)

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Free download 16 Lessons for common IELTS speaking topics (with Vocabulary, Collocations and Idioms) For each lesson, vocabulary, collocations, and idioms for 16 topics (relationship, business,…