IELTS Vocabulary: same-sound words (homonyms and homophones); with meanings, explanations and example sentences;

In this IELTS Vocabulary post, I’m focusing on some homonyms and homophones (same-sounding vocabularies) and this is quite fruitful not only for the IELTS candidates but also for other learners of English. I’ve given all the necessary explanations with meanings and example sentences so that it becomes easier for you all to understand them. Hopefully, […]

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:

IELTS vocabulary: 52 most common & important words; with meanings & example sentences

Since IELTS exam in an English Language Proficiency Test, it focuses on four language skills which are Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking. Having in-depth knowledge in English vocabulary can dramatically improve the score as this contributes up to 25% in the total score. It plays a very important role directly in Listening and Reading section. […]

IELTS Vocabulary Practice: same-sound words, set-1, homonyms and homophones; with meanings and explanations

This is the first set of a series post on same-sounding vocabularies, like homonyms and homophones, which is fruitful not only for the IELTS candidates but also for other learners of English. In this post, I’ve tried to focus on some words with the alphabets ‘A’ and ‘B’ which may sound almost or exactly the […]

IELTS Reading: how to deal with unknown and difficult vocabulary/words, with best tips and techniques

This IELTS Reading post focuses on problems which candidates face while dealing with unknown and difficult words in IELTS Reading exam and how to overcome these problems. As IELTS Reading is the toughest for many candidates, the ultimate purpose of this post is to make them confident and brave in building up vocabulary so that […]

IELTS Writing: Use of cohesive devices/ linkers/ connecting words/ linking words/ connectors; with example

In IELTS Writing, both in task 1 and task 2, using cohesive devices/ linkers/connecting words/connectors or linking words are very important. As IELTS exam checks a person’s ability in using the English language, the Writing exam becomes very crucial. It is because the examiner can, in fact, has an overview of the test taker’s use […]

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