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Tuesday, December 20, 2016

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we still could not watch this video. how to register with this website

Hi Simon,

This video link redirect to https://www.viddler.com , could you please check it once?

Thanks,
Charlie

FROM SIMON:

Sorry, it was the wrong link. I've corrected it now, but here's the correct link anyway:

http://subscriptions.viddler.com/SimonCorcoran/aagxze

Hi Simon,
If I use both American and British spelling together in IELTS writing, would it affect my score? For example, if I write airplane once, then aeroplane in a second time in the same piece of writing.

Thank you Simon. You are so kind and helpful.

Mohammed

Spelling has to be consistent in each individual piece of writing, otherwise it is an error. I don't know why you would choose to spell a word two different ways in an essay.

Hi Simon,

Really good answer to the issue of the semi-formal letter. Waiting for the 5th video.

it's really useful video. waiting for the next video.

Hello Everyone
my name is Resul and im from Turkey , i did my degree in Malaysia and i stayed in oversea for 9 years, my question is about grammar for ielts exam , Do you have any recommendation for me to improve my grammar section because i am afraid that i wont be able to do well during writing section ( by the way i know i can write ) any useful tools or tips please for grammar ?
Regards

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