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Find the reading test on page 74-77 in Cambridge IELTS book 4.
Use the key vocabulary in the table below to help you with the test. Don't worry about the time; just try to get all of the answers right.
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I know it's not related to the post, but this question has really occupied my mind..
In writing task 2:
Is it O.K to write or refer to some unreal facts,examples or statistics?
like these :
”according to the latest survey conducted by......"
students in IMAGINARY school did that ....
Monday, October 21, 2013 at 18:45
I don't recommend doing that - it will seem forced and false. Just present the ideas as your views, not as imaginary statistics.
Tuesday, October 22, 2013 at 10:17
Topic.(idea) .. explain...example..
or firstly..example..secondly..finally ..
How to provide good and sufficient supports for the Idea without some false facts? and how a examiner can figure it out ? because I see lots of examples and data in Online essays ..and there are no guarantee if they are correct or not .. will the examiner penalize students for this kinda things?
*** case for instant, this happened in **** school and student did *** ..
Tuesday, October 22, 2013 at 11:40
thanks so much for your lessons.I recently took my ielts, and I scored 8,7,6,6 ,in the listening, speaking,writing, and reading respectively. but I need a 7 in each section. please help me, really need to improve on my writing and reading and most especially my time management, since I will be taking it again in November. I feel frustrated AND I NEED U HELP PLEASE. THANKS
Wednesday, October 23, 2013 at 08:37
I don't have this test, can you help me guys with the book?
thank's a lot,
Andrea Kiss |
Wednesday, October 23, 2013 at 10:31
I always cannot finish the IELTS reading. It takes about 70 minutes when I have done the 3 passages in my daily practice. How can I improve my reading skills?
Saturday, October 26, 2013 at 04:12
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