Hey everyone. It’s Friday and this week I would like to introduce a new feature on the website. It’s called the IELTS Weekly Roundup. A “roundup” means a summary or review of something. In this case, I am going to look at various IELTS posts from around the internet over this past week, recommending the
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In this lesson, we are going to talk about mobile phones. Why? These days, many people own mobile phones and they have become an integral part of our lives, so it is important to be able to talk about them and be familiar with the terms and words used in this technology. When something is
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Many languages have definite and indefinite articles and some languages use these words differently to the way they are used in English. As such, these can actually be pretty confusing for English learners. People from some countries – like those Russian-speaking places – tend to struggle with this because there is no such system in
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If you have ever sat the IELTS exam before, there is a good chance that you have had to use the word “gender” or talk about issues relating to men and women. This may come up in the reading or listening test, but it’s more likely that it will occur in speaking or writing. In
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Woo hoo! I’m super happy today because my YouTube channel has just exceeded 300,000 views! This is actually funny because my last video was all about saying big numbers aloud. 🤣 Here it is: I want to thank everyone who has watched my videos over the past two years. I do not upload videos as
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