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Tuesday, April 19, 2016

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Dear Simon
I have one question.
Does the speaker speak as fast as this lessen in the real IELTS exam?
thanks

Dear Simon,

Thank you so much for the transcription. It helps a lot.

Saeid,

No, the speakers in the real test are never as fast as this.

Thank you for the transcript Simon!

Here is my keywords for this exercise:
2. demonstrate - draw from
3. some - one or two; politics - government

HELLO HELLO HELLO Guys I am looking for Speaking Partner We will talk about IELTS questions and our Conversation will be via IMO MY IMO NUMBER IS +998932566949
Beat Regards
Akramshakh

If we get confuse whether answer is singular or plural . Can we write a in brace like (s) ?

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