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Tuesday, December 13, 2016

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Very great

Dear Simon,
I found this question ambiguous in Cambridge IELTS 11, Test 1, Reading passage 2 (The Falkirk Wheel).

Q. The Falkirk Wheel has linked the Forth & Clyde Canal with the Union Canal for the first time in their history. (True/False/Not given).

Dear Simon,

I found this question ambiguous in Cambridge IELTS 11, Test 1, Reading passage 1 (Crop-growing Skyscrapers).

Q 11. Some damage to food crops is caused by climate change.

Passage says-
Massive floods, long droughts, hurricanes and severe monsoons take their till each year, destroying millions of tons of valuable crops.

Simon, thanks for your sharing.
I wonder if I need a teacher to improve speaking?
if i want to get 6 or 6.5 how can I to practice or how to use english expressions that native speakers use in a more natural way?

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