Our students have been thinking about using a variety of adjectives in our speaking and writing, as it is easy to use the same ones over and over again.
Crime is one of the topic areas that often comes up in all areas of the IELTS test: listening, reading, writing, and speaking. Test your knowledge of criminal words, and their meaning.
We recently had a visit from a group who studied at Bell in the 70s, and having become good friends, they continue to regularly meet up. They returned to Bell to celebrate 40 years since they studied in Cambridge.
Some English words have silent letters. Find out more about them and try to guess the word being described in our task.
A challenge of IELTS writing for Part 1 is to try to have sentence variety. Practice with our task below.
Add value to your Task 1 essay (and improve your writing score) by learning some ways to comment on the data shown in the writing paper of the IELTS Academic exam
This week we have been preparing for IELTS and studying vocabulary related to urban issues.
We explore whether our ears get bigger as we get older in this IELTS reading activity.
Compound nouns are great to use in both the IELTS speaking and writing as they are a good way of adding variety to your vocabulary.
In IELTS it is important to use a variety of words in both the speaking and writing parts of the test as this will help you to get a higher score. We recommend using suffixes to help you expand your vocabulary and avoid word repetition.
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