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Writing Ideas 13 apr 2021

Some people say that playing computer games is bad for children, whereas others say that it has positive effects on the way children develop. Discuss both sides and give your opinion. Advantages: Introduce children to/children are acquainted with > computer...

Writing Ideas 12 apr 2021

Differences between countries are barely evident these days. Everyone in the world is wearing the some brands and watching the same TV channels and movies. Do you think it is a positive or negative development? ADVANTAGES: Nowadays/Presently/In this day and age >...

What is PTE:

What is PTE Academic ? The Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE Academic) is a computer-based English language test trusted by universities, colleges and governments around the world. It offers candidates the fastest, fairest and most flexible way of proving their...

What is IELTS: Test Format

What is IELTS: Students aspiring to study in the best universities and colleges of the English speaking across the world, need to pass an English language proficiency test. What is IELTS: IELTS Modules Listening Test Maximum 40 Marks30 MinutesMultiple...

IELTS LISTENING TEST 22

IELTS Listening Practice Test 21 SECTION 1 : QUESTIONS 1-10 Questions 1-6 Complete the form below. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER from the text for each answer. Language School ENROLMENT FORMName of applicant Telephone...

READING PASSAGE 21

You should spend about 20 minutes on Questions 1-13, which are based on Reading Passage 1 below. New Zealand Seaweed Call us not weeds; we are flowers of the sea. Section A  Seaweed is a particularly nutritious food, which absorbs and concentrates...

Topic Specific Vocabulary Health

Topic Specific Vocabulary Health

Topic Specific Vocabulary Health Health Vocabulary Related Vocabs -  checkup - doctor’s examination to ensure that you are healthy. sore throat - pain in the throat. epidemic - a disease affecting a disproportionately large number of individuals within the...

Topic Specific Vocabulary Technology

Topic Specific Vocabulary Technology

Topic Specific Vocabulary Technology   Technology Vocabulary :    Innovation - the action or process of innovating, a new method, idea, product, etc. Breakthrough - an act of making important discoveries. Cutting-edge - the most advanced. Tech-savvy -...

Topic Specific Vocabulary-Globalization

Topic Specific Vocabulary-Globalization

Topic Specific Vocabulary-Globalization Globalization Vocabulary Full List for IELTS exam 2020 Developing countries - countries with little industrial and economic activity where people generally have low incomes. Developed countries -  countries with a lot of...

Topic Specific Vocabulary-Education

Topic Specific Vocabulary-Education

Topic Specific Vocabulary-Education  Education Vocabulary Secondary education - Secondary education refers to school studies and culminates in a High School Diploma. Higher education - Education for people above school age, including college, university, and...

Topic Specific Vocabulary-Environment

Topic Specific Vocabulary-Environment

Topic Specific Vocabulary-Environment   Environment Vocabulary- Topic Specific Vocabulary-Environment Global warming - The rise of average Earth temperatures. Droughts - It is a state or condition when human demands for water exceed its natural availability....

Topic Specific Vocabulary-Food

Topic Specific Vocabulary-Food

Topic Specific Vocabulary-Food Food Vocabulary -Topic Specific Vocabulary-Food Nutrient-dense food - Food packed with or full of nutrients. Whole grains - foods made of them contain all the essential parts and naturally occurring nutrients of the entire grain seed in...

Referring To Nouns

Referring To Nouns

Referring To Nouns - Articles, Demonstratives, Possessives,  Inclusives 1. Articles 'a/an' We use a/an a. to refer to something for the first time. I'd like to talk to you today about an exciting development. b. to refer to anyone from a group of several: Climate...

Countable and Uncountable Nouns

Countable and Uncountable Nouns

Countable and Uncountable Nouns Difference between Countable and Uncountable Nouns: Countable Noun Uncountable Noun a. Generally have a singular and plural form: eg. a window, lots of windows NOTE: Some countable nouns only have a plural form: eg. clothes,...

Future Tense

Future Tense

Future Tense:   Plans, Intentions and predictions: Present Continuous; Going to; Will 1 Present continuous A. We use the present continuous to talk about plans or definite arrangements for the future: We're staying in a small hotel. (we have made the...

Past Tenses

Past Tenses

Past Tenses   1. Past simple + verb + -ed (or -d) = He worked for the police. - did not + verb = She didn't work for the police. ? did ... + verb? = Did they work for the police? NOTE: Irregular verbs: Many verbs are irregular: went (go), came (come), wrote...

Present Tenses

Present Tenses

Present Tenses Present Simple, Present Continuous, State Verbs, Present perfect continuous, Present perfect simple 1. Present Simple Tense + Verb/verb+s/es  =He watches TV - do/does not + verb = She does not watch TV ? do/does...+verb? =Do you play cricket? We use the...