Academic IELTS

Common Idioms to Boost Your IELTS Score – Topic: Involvement and interest

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Involvement and interest not be your cup of tea If something is not your cup of tea, you do feel very interested or enthusiastic…

The most Common Idioms to Boost Your IELTS Score – Topic : Honesty and fairness

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Honesty and fairness above board If a situation or business is above board, it is honest and legal. NOTE: This expression comes from card…

Common Idioms to Boost Your IELTS Score – Topic : Anger and irritation

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Anger and irritation bite someone’s head off or snap someone’s head off If someone bites your head off or snaps your head off, they…

Useful IELTS Reading websites & resources

Useful IELTS Reading Websites & Resources for both Academic & General Training Module

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  Beside doing exercises from reading practice tests from Cambridge IELTS Series, IELTS Reading Actual Tests (Volume 1 – 4), The Official Cambridge Guide…

The most Common Idioms to Boost Your IELTS Score – Topic: Progress

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 Progress be barking up the wrong tree If someone is barking up the wrong tree, they are following the wrong course of action because…

The Most Common Idioms to Boost Your IELTS Score – Topic : Happiness and sadness

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Happiness and sadness break someone’s heart If you break someone’s heart you make them very unhappy by ending a relationship with them or making…

Common Idioms to Boost Your IELTS Score – Topic: Safety and risk

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Safety and risk by the skin of your teeth If you do something by the skin of your teeth you just manage to do…

Common Idioms to Boost Your IELTS Score – Topic: Expectation

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Expectation the calm before the storm or the lull before the storm You describe a very quiet period as the calm before the storm…

Common Idioms to Boost Your IELTS Score – Topic: Money

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Topic: Money cost an arm and a leg If something costs an arm and a leg it costs a lot of money. It cost…

Common Idioms to Boost Your IELTS Score – Topic: Disagreement

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Disagreement agree to differ or agree to disagree If two people who are arguing about something agree to differ or agree to disagree, they…