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Sunday, October 02, 2011

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i really want to make a plea from my all friends.After having good results donot leave this wonderful website.Let's enrich each other

btw, is it possible to say "IELTS exam was given to me last week"?
I oftenly use such form of sentence...

Hi Alexey,

It's a bit strange to say that. It's much better to say "I took the IELTS exam last week."

Hi Simon
would you please tell me which one is better to say in speaking

I dislike winter season
I abhor winter season
Could I achieve higher score by using such formal words?
and what about writing
thank you Simon

Hi Mh,

Neither is better, but I'd use 'dislike'. Very formal words will sound strange.

Impressive blog! -Arron

i'm a teacher myself, and teaching IELTS in my country for more than 2 years, and all these "long" two years, i struggle with my students, they do not hear when everytime i correct their mistakes! thank you from all my heart for your web-site, i found it yesterday and consider this site the best for ielts preparation! i think a lot of people will say the same!

Thanks VeraVera! It's always nice to hear that teachers are using the site too!

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