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All Blog Posts Tagged 'practice' (11)

The best way to prepare for IELTS

IELTS is very difficult if you will not prepare well for ielts exam it need a practice practice…


Added by Ielts7band on June 29, 2016 at 9:30 — 1 Comment

Inclusive Action plan for developing English skills

Inclusive Action plan for developing English skills

General Goal

Refined and perfect reading, writing, speaking and listening English skills


  1. Writing English professionally.
  2. Speaking English fluently.
  3. Reading English easily and quickly.
  4. Listening English easily.

How to achieve those goals?



Added by Khaled J Sultan on June 22, 2016 at 11:03 — 3 Comments

What's a writing challenge for?

Evangelina has just published a writing challenge. The reason she did so may be due to the encouraging comments on her previous blog in which she asked if we were ready for or welcome a writing challenge. 

While it seems most of the members think it helpful to take part in a writing challenge, some members may be doubtful about it. They may try to ask this question: what's a writing challenge really for or…


Added by Expector Smith on May 2, 2016 at 10:30 — 15 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

Quantity or quality?

Yes, the amazing, strenuous June Blogathon is over. It's time we waved goodbye to it. That doesn't mean you'll never talk about it, though. In fact, we need to reflect on or ponder over it. 

Some members don't think it's a good idea to write so many blogs in such a short period of time. They felt overwhelmed, and didn't have time to enjoy or relish all the blogs, which sounds just like they bit off more than they can chew. They think…


Added by Expector Smith on July 1, 2015 at 4:30 — 22 Comments

English Outside the Box now has Grammar review!

English Outside the Box

aka… Jen's ESL Blog got a new look and new great information!…


Added by Jennifer on June 16, 2014 at 20:47 — 3 Comments

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 — 5 Comments

A Diary about life !

 Hello to all,

Enjoying the the last shiny days,

                                                reading on the beach





Added by selma on October 9, 2012 at 15:09 — 16 Comments

Learn how to ask a 'question'

It can be a challenge to ask a 'question' correctly, especially for learners who usually fail to ask a correct one when they try to do so. Don't get me wrong - 'question' here means a 'question sentence'.

So let's practise asking questions here. Your task:

1. In the comment section, you can write:

--'yes/no' question or closed question, such as: Do you think so?

--'wh'-question or open question, such as: What do you think of my… Continue

Added by Expector Smith on May 6, 2010 at 16:30 — 17 Comments

Golf Conversation #1: The Driving Range

Golf Guy: This is the driving range.
Student: What do we do here?
Golf Guy: We learn "the basics".
Student: What are the basics?
Golf Guy: Let's start with how to hold the golf club.
Student: Which club?
Golf Guy: Can you find the seven iron?

golf range

Added by The Golf Guy on April 4, 2010 at 22:30 — 1 Comment

Game #10: Find Someone Who...

magnifying glass

One game that many teachers play in English class is "Find someone who...". In this game the students go around the room and find classmates who can answer "yes" to a list of questions. This game is useful in two ways:

1) You practise turning statements into questions.

2) You have to meet many different people to complete the survey. (You can't rely on just a few friends.)

Let's try it on MyEC using this… Continue

Added by Gamer on December 20, 2009 at 4:12 — 14 Comments

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