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 The questions are originally made by the author.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 practice: how to use newspaper effectively to improve English language skills in a step-by-step process

Newspaper is often regarded as one of the best practice tools for any language course, besides being the carrier of all sorts of news. As IELTS is a test of measuring the proficiency level of English language, students and candidates need some kind of an effective tool that can help them prepare for all four […]

IELTS Life Skills Level A1 and B1: Asking Common Questions for Phase 1B

In Phase 1B of IELTS Life skills Level A1 and B1 exam, you need to ask your partner examinee some basic questions on a topic given by your examiner. Here, in this post we will look at such basic questions on different topics. Practice these questions with your classmates or partners to become fluent in […]

IELTS Life Skills: Level A1 & B1; Speaking & Listening Phase 1A, 1B and 2B; basic questions with answers

If you have managed to see the sample test paper for IELTS Life Skills Level A1 and B1, you have to answer some basic questions in a variety of areas such as name, nationality, work/study, where candidates live, free time activities and other basic topics for PHASE 1A and 1B while in PHASE 2B you have to […]

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