One of the most common types of questions in part one of the IELTS Writing exam concerns picking out and describing important data from tables, and so it is important that you feel confident in dealing with this.
We do it every time we look for a specific flight at the airport, every time we use a dictionary, read an article or conduct research but it is one of the most under-practiced and under-valued reading skills.
A run-down of different prefixes and their meanings
2014 is here and no doubt you have made some new year’s resolutions.
A look at British tradition
“Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way. Oh what fun it is to ride in a one horse open sleigh.”
What’s the difference in meaning between these two sentences?
It’s that time of year again when we put up our Christmas trees, buy presents and head into town to gaze at the lights.
The more types of reading you are exposed to the better. You can even use your favourite childhood stories to help you improve because they often have pictures, simplified language and of course you know the story.
It seems so simple, doesn’t it? Reading can help you in many ways.
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