IELTS Reading Skills: How to guess/predict the meaning of new/unknown/confusing words; with best details/explanations and examples

This post on IELTS Reading Skills focuses on some methods to guess/predict the meaning of new/unknown/confusing words. Hopefully, reading this post will guide beginners in IELTS Reading easily to understand how to guess the meaning of such words in a real-test situation. If you think the post is helpful, please follow and like us:0

IELTS Reading Skills: Skimming & Scanning; with detailed explanations, discussion, pictures, strategies and example practices

This post deals with two of the most important and valuable skills of IELTS Reading; Skimming and Scanning. The sample passage is taken from Cambridge IELTS Series 13 Test 2 Reading Passage 1 entitled ‘Bringing Cinnamon to Europe’. The questions are originally made by the author. Here, you’ll find discussion, strategies and examples to practice […]

IELTS Grammar: the use of ‘have been’, ‘has been’, ‘had been’ with examples, explanations and bonus tips

In the IELTS test, grammar plays a very important role and none can deny that. Candidates need to learn the basic grammar of English and get rid of the confusions of close grammatical structures, their differences and uses. In this post we are dealing with the differences with the structures, differences and uses of ‘have […]

IELTS Grammar: Number & its forms (singular & plural); with rules/methods, discussions and examples

This post focuses on a specific grammatical section of English grammar which is known as ‘number’. Many IELTS candidates find it difficult to differentiate between singular and plural numbers in Reading and Writing modules. This post discusses some common methods/ rules of ‘singular’ and ‘plural’ numbers with examples. Hopefully, candidates will learn the words and […]

IELTS Grammar: Subject and Object in English grammar; how to identify; with explanations and examples

If you want to understand different rules of English Grammar, Subject and Object are some of the most important basic terms where you need a clear concept. They are also important to understand different complex sentences in IELTS Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking. So, you should recognise, identify and use them appropriately. This post will […]

IELTS Grammar: identifying simple, compound & complex sentences; with techniques, explanations & examples

Many IELTS candidates have requested me to give a post on ‘how to understand or recognize simple, compound and complex sentences’ in a very easy way. It is necessary for IELTS candidates not only to understand simple, compound and complex sentences but also know how to write them correctly. In IELTS Reading, they are used […]

IELTS Grammar: Use of basic prepositions of time, place/position & motion; with rules, pictures and examples

IELTS exam needs a bit of understanding of some grammatical rules for achieving a better score in all the four modules (Listening, Reading, Writing & Speaking). Preposition is one of the most confusing and elaborate section of English grammar. This post is intended to those candidates of IELTS and other English language exams who find […]

IELTS vocabulary: 26 most important and best IELTS words for Reading, Writing and Speaking

This IELTS post is about vocabulary enrichment. In this post, you will find 26 best words with 26 English letters which are directly related to IELTS and extremely important to develop your reading, writing, and speaking skills. It will also help you to achieve a successful band score in the IELTS exam if you can […]

Overview/ Overall trend in IELTS writing task 1: importance and how to write with examples

As I have been asked by many students and recent IELTS candidates to discuss the issue of ‘overview’ or ‘overall trend’ in IELTS Writing Task 1, I’ve prepared a short yet important post on “Overview in IELTS Writing Task 1, its importance and how to write it”. Reading this post you will clearly understand about […]

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