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All Blog Posts Tagged 'IELTS' (16)

Tips To Prepare For IELTS By Study Hub

To assess a person’s ability of the English language, IELTS is one of the most important exams that are based on the four main sections: Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking. Listed as modules, these sections determine your efficiency towards the language. The IELTS exam is conducted in more than 600 centers and is a popular exam. Many colleges and universities consider the IELTS Exam to register students. If you are wondering why IELTS is given so much importance, then…


Added by Study Hub on May 18, 2016 at 11:20 — No Comments

IELTS Courses In Australia

IELTS is a systematic test mechanism adopted by various countries globally. A homogenous test is conducted in many embassy centers around the globe on monthly and bi-monthly bases. Grades are assigned to appearing candidates in form of bands. Number of bands scored is directly proportional to countries one can apply for.…


Added by Study Hub on March 30, 2016 at 13:54 — No Comments

Be an international student!

More and more students tend to leave their homelands and travel abroad for studies and better job opportunities. In this article we will tell you some ways of planning and bringing your dreams into life.

 What is important to know? Firstly decide what your aim is. Either you want to go for studies or for work, or maybe you want to do an internship or even better you want to be a volunteer?

   Currently there are numerous programs that are looking for candidates for different…


Added by Helena on January 20, 2016 at 4:23 — 2 Comments

Practice English speaking ad prepare for IELTS exam

Dear friends,

I'm Vietnamese and I'm preparing for IELTS exam in November. My target is 6.0 speaking. Anyone would like to practice speaking English with me please add me at my skype address: sv_5tot

I hope we could practice and improve our English skill together :)

Best regards!

Mai (Bella)

Added by Thanh Mai on September 19, 2015 at 12:21 — 2 Comments

Ielts Coaching Online

IELTS4U is an Online training center for those students who doesn't have time to attend the classes regularly.  Enroll your name at ielts4u.net and prepare for your IELTS exam without attending the college/institutes.

Our training classes consists of three elements:

1. Video Classes

2. Tutor…


Added by IELTS4U on June 23, 2015 at 14:15 — No Comments

More Budget for Prevention than to Cure? Here's My Opinion

I'm open for correction for my writing and really need advice on how to write a good text/paragraphs. Thank you in advance. ( ^o^)b 

‘Prevention is better than cure’ such phrase exists because of the fact that prevention usually is a lot cheaper and effective to makes us stay healthy than curing it, which tends to a lot use of money and no guarantee that one will be back to a fit condition. This is of course a good life advice for individuals, but for national scale?…


Added by Ina on December 31, 2014 at 4:01 — 1 Comment

Read your thoughts aloud

I managed to think in English while I prepared for IELTS examination. I believed it to be the best method to practise English twenty four hours. However, I encountered some issues. I noticed that even I organised my thought well in my mind, I could not speak well when I open my mouth. I suggested the reason behind this was the pronunciation. I could not make sure my motor skill served as perfectly as my thought. Just like swimming or other sports, you may imagine the precise action before…


Added by Andy on January 31, 2014 at 5:24 — 6 Comments

IELTS preparation: review your life in English

It is as reviewing your life in English since there are so many topics to be prepared in IELTS speaking test. You went back to your childhood to read the stories again when you prepared for a fairy tale topic. Or you recalled the people and events for relative topics. Sometimes you had to explore the area that you are not familiar with. Taking me as an example, I am fear about the topics on arts or fashion. I am afraid that I even cannot speak well in my native language, not to mention in…


Added by Andy on January 26, 2014 at 5:59 — No Comments

IELTS wrting topic: relationship changed in families


With divorce rates and family breakdowns increasing globally, it is generally accepted that families today are not as close as they used to be.

Discuss the causes of this problem and offer some possible solutions to it.


 In the past around a century ago, marriage failures and family separateness are rare but it is normal nowadays. Since there are so many people complain about their family life and admire the past ones,…


Added by Andy on December 4, 2013 at 5:13 — 1 Comment

IELTS speaking 2nd task

In the 2nd task of the speaking you will be asked to discuss a topic for 1 or 2 minute and given 1 minute to plan it.  You will be handed a pencil and paper to make a few notes.  I have seen so many students panic at this stage as they have no idea what to do in that minute.  So how can you outline a speech in 1 min?

task; Describe a museum you visit,

  1. how often you visit it.
  2. why you visit it, 
  3. the most popular museum in your country

Now I…


Added by T Mal on July 8, 2013 at 8:09 — 3 Comments

I Finally Get It

It has taken me awhile to figure something out, but I think I finally did it. But I want to make sure, so please help me.

I really first encountered this when I came to China to teach. The Chinese teachers I work with did not use capital letters or ending punctuation. When I study on LiveMocha, very few learners there use punctuation either. Then I found English Club, and guess what? Many learners here don't use punctuation either. Until now, I haven't been able to figure out…


Added by Vanessa on May 24, 2013 at 21:23 — 10 Comments

For IELTS candidates

A blog for IELTS candidates

By Dayne Collins

The IELTS exam structure is quite simple, it consists of four key components; listening, reading, writing, and speaking.

The entire test can take about 2 hours and 45 minutes to complete all four components.

For more information, you can view the structure here :


The IELTS exam is scored using a 9 band scale, and each band… Continue

Added by Dayne on April 25, 2013 at 13:18 — 13 Comments

Writing Practise of Cambridge IELTS 8 - Diagrams Description

Hi my friends,

This is my first blog on Englishclub. I need some feedback on my writing practise.

The following pictures not only illustrate the process of cement production, but also display the stages and method of concrete production. Because cement is used as one of the raw materials while making concrete, cement production will be described prior to the concrete production.

According to the diagram, there are four main steps to produce cement. First, limestone…


Added by Andy on February 13, 2013 at 3:48 — No Comments

my first English diary

I have a dream -- to migrate to Australia with my family. Admittedly, it's not easy for me, because of my age and career.


Although there must be a large number of obstacles before me, I determine to have a try. That's the reason that I get down to studying English now. After thoroughly studying the requirements of skilled migration to Australia, I got to know that I must get at least 7 on each of the 4 components of IELTS at first. I have to acknowledge that it is nearly a…


Added by linda on August 7, 2011 at 14:02 — 3 Comments

How learn English on Internet

Hello everybody!


I'm writing this post for let you know how you can learn English through Internet, many people said that isn't possible, but I'm sure that is possible. I've been studying English for one year only with resources I found on Internet, mainly without teacher and I feel that I have been improving very quickly thanks to all the resources that, nowadays, you could found on Internet.


Well, I'm going to stop to beating around the bush and I'm going to…


Added by Gustavo Revilla on December 29, 2010 at 3:00 — 4 Comments

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