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Sunday, November 03, 2019


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Yes sir, but also think about the speaking criteria because examiner is evaluating on the basis of fluency and coherence, GRA,LR and pronunciation.

Simon, I have listened to your IELTS video courses, that's clear and extremely useful! However, can I apply the structure of 'idea, explain and example' that you have mentioned in one of the video courses in every question types if I can't think of more than one advantages or disadvantages? Thank for your time.

Anna, yes you can do that!

Thank Simon, this advice is very useful to me <3

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