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Try not to be stuck

Being in the ESL world, I have probably discussed everything under the sun. In my experience, questions can seem too easy but quite difficult to provide plausible and comprehensible answers to. At times, one person can be knowledgeable in one topic whilst the other has completely no idea about it. When preparing for the IELTS …

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IELTS Listening Section 4 sample test with answers

SECTION 4:     QUESTIONS 31 - 40 Questions 31 - 32  Complete the following sentences. Use NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer. 31    The speaker identifies the following two differences between being a high school student and a university student: • the academic expectations of tutors and lecturers are.............................................. • students must take responsibility …

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IELTS Listening Test Section 3 Sample with answers

SECTION 3:    QUESTIONS 21-30 Questions 21-22  Choose the correct letter from A - C.  21    Rose's plan for the tutorial is to research and present A the differences between male and female children. B the different ways that male and female children are raised. C the differences between male and female parenting. 22    The …

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IELTS Listening Section 2 Sample Test with answers

SECTION 2:    QUESTIONS 11-20 Questions 11-16  Complete the table below. Use NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer. Questions 17-20 Match the names of the buildings with the letters on the map below. 17    The Library ................ 18    Administration Building        ................ 19    Bookshop              …

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IELTS General Writing Task 1 Band 7 Sample

Sample: Dear James, Thank you for looking after my house while I'm away. I can't tell you how happy I was when you said you'll do it. Anyway, I have left the house key under the rug of the rocking chair on the porch. Please be careful not to misplace this because I have no …

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IELTS Academic Writing Task 2 Band 6.5 Sample Essay (Computers)

Sample: It has been mentioned by a number of people that computers by far, are the most essential and useful tool that was invented in the last century. This essay will focus on my complete agreement to this statement as well as some supporting examples. A world without computers is highly unimaginable. We know all …

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IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 Band 6.5 Sample (Forested land)

  Sample essay: The visual data presents the forested areas of six regions around the world in millions of hectares from 1990 to 2005. Overall, it can be seen that most of the woodlands have decreased in the area size and that Europe and Oceania have the widest and smallest measurement. To explain in detail, …

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IELTS Cambridge 11 test 1 Writing Task 2

Sample: It is an accepted fact that a country’s economic improvement relies on its amenities. Without this factor, movement of one product to another, either local or imported, would be a great feat. It is then equally vital that a nation’s government construct either railways or roads or both. This essay will discuss the advantages …

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IELTS Speaking Part 2 (An influential person)

Part 2 Sample Task Card: Describe a person who has been an important influence in your life. You should say: Who this person is and how long you have known him or her Why you chose this person How this person has influenced your life And explain how you feel about him or her Sample …

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Cambridge 11 Test 3 Writing Task 1

Sample: The data from the line graph illustrates the carbon dioxide emissions of an average individual per metric tonnes in four European countries every decade from 1967-2007.A closer look at the data highlights the fact that among the 4 nations, the UK has the highest rate in carbon dioxide emissions per person in 40 years. …

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