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Saturday, January 23, 2016

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All we need is to remember some of prepared things, especially in speaking task 2.

Personally, I would see IELTS as nothing other than a form of testing our language ability and therefore everything we are doing should be focused on this central idea. We need to use this platform to show as much as we potentially can and prove ourselves to the examiner what level we deserve. Try to give answers with good ideas (sometimes can even be opposite to our real opinion) and a range of excellent vocabulary to impress the examiner. I always keep this in mind whenever I practice.

Dear simon, I have doubt regarding listening.Can we write all the answers in capital letter.Sometimes it is confusing between capital and small letter.plz answer me.

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