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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.

Some of our lovely Cambridge students recently enjoyed a beauty workshop at a local department store.

Students develop their flower arranging skills and learn some flower-themed vocabulary along the way.

The students in our Cambridge school have noticed how the weather and the amount of daylight has been changing recently. Lighter days, warmer days…Spring has sprung.

Following on from the previous blog post, learn some more verbs to describe talking and practise using them in a sentence. 

A creative afternoon making t-shits with a group of students from Japan

Learn some key phrases to describe talking. 

Practise using verbs in different forms. 

A visit to the historic town of Windsor with our London students.