Many candidates find the True/ False/ Not Given question one of the most challenging tasks in the Reading test. In fact, the biggest problem is the ‘Not Given’ option. Most candidates are not used to having this option and it confuses them a lot. They spend too much time making sure that it is ‘not given’ and this affects the rest of their test. Lessons to learn: IELTS Reading tips and tricks So, what are the key strategies when answering this question? Read the instructions
In this post we look at some questions raised by the impact of the Covid-19 coronavirus on IELTS. Has your IELTS test been suspended? How can you find out? How does this affect your IELTS preparation? Think positive We all know the depressing negatives associated with Covid-19 and IELTS, so let’s make an effort to think positive. What this lockdown does mean is that you have more time to prepare for this very important test. And more time to prepare can translate into a bette
Nowadays, the majority of people across the world have access up-to-date types of technology such as phones or TVs. Also, there are people who are so addicted to such devices, that they can not imagine life without them. To be honest, I am one of them. What would we do if we could opt for only one of them?
So, Did I have to choose one of them, I would surely choose the social media sites and apps for some reasons.
To begin with, most movies are not useful or real. They i
In this world, it is inherent to collide with situations when you have to make a difficult decision. So, I have faced with such moments many times until now, but I have decided to write about the most serious one.
About 3 years ago, when I was in 7th grade in secondary-school, my friends told me they had quarreled with students from neighboring school. So serious their argument turned out to be, that they decided to fight with each other. Therefore, my friends begged me t