It’s simple to forget what to use in place of ‘very’ because English has so many descriptive terms. The word ‘very’ is an intensifier, which is used as an adverb or adverbial phrase that amplifies the significance of other words and conveys emphasis.
This General Training IELTS Reading post focuses on solutions to IELTS Cambridge 4 Reading Test A Section 2 that has two texts titled ‘STUDENT LIFE AT CANTERBURY COLLEGE’ and ‘CANTERBURY COLLEGE: LIST OF COURSES’. This is a targeted post for GT IELTS candidates who have big problems finding out and understanding Reading Answers in the GT […]
This IELTS Reading post will guide you to match headings/headlines/list of headings most effectively in the IELTS Reading exam. Matching headings/headlines/ list of headings is quite a common question in the IELTS exam and candidates often find it difficult to answer this question type within time. This post aims at guiding an IELTS candidate to […]
In this IELTS Reading post, I’m discussing some strategies, easy steps, and techniques to answer every reading question type. IELTS Reading exam can be quite confusing in many cases and candidates complain about timing and getting confused most of the time. I’ll be looking at every question type from Cambridge IELTS Series books and present […]