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Yes I do. I think in English more than 3 hours. I read a lot and try to guess the key meanings. However, It's still take 3 hours and more to complete a full test. Especially, Reading costs me much.

key factor is reading. difficult reading passages damage concentration & success and effect writing performance. reading is terrible part of ielts.

I love English
I working in Vietnamese environment, just very fewer opportunities that have a meeting with the foreigner customer that I could use English in a professional way. Dont use English regularly, I just made the basic communication, lost so many words.

This comment/advice really reflects the true reality of improvement in English as well as taking the IELTS examination. 3 hours a day is realistic target for all achievers to immerse themselves in real english environment.

nĘ” i start studying Ielt. but I dont know how i can start, what i should do

Although I don't have an English environment to practise speaking skills, I myself have to study. I am lucky to be a member of an English group, so I have more chances to make friends and speak English with many women in the world. Also, we can share everything with each other. I think nothing is easy at first. Importantly, we have to do our best."Practice makes perfect" as the saying goes.

Although I don't have a real English environment to practise speaking skills, I myself have to study. I am lucky to be a member of an English group, so I have more chances to make friends and speak English with many women in the world. Also, we can share everything with each other. I think nothing is easy at first. Importantly, we have to do our best."Practice makes perfect" as the saying goes.

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