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You will learn basic concepts of English grammar and how to use them in writing and speaking.
You will also learn advanced level concepts like conditional sentences, passive sentences et c and their utilisation for a specific purposes of IELTS speaking and writing.
You will learn how to select, choose and find answers in reading & listening sections and verify their accuracy with tipsto score highest possible bands in the test.
You will learn the strategies to manage your time and answer the questions in reading and listening sections of the test.
Curriculum to be covered
It is important to know which tense structure should be used in what circumstances with appropriate grammatical rules. This topic covers all parts of tenses in brief to rectify the grammatical errors that you may commit while writing or speaking.
Prepositions are an important part of grammar as they play a key role in expressing the relationship between words and phrases in a sentence. Prepositions are words that typically come before a noun, pronoun, or gerund, and they indicate location, direction, time, manner, and other relationships between the elements of a sentence.
Conjunctions are very important in order to make sentences more complex, which is a necessity for IELTS writing test for coherence and cohesion parameter.
Conditional sentences are those sentences which have two different classes dependent on each other to make a proper sense, it is important to include these sentences to provide variety in the sentence structures.
Essentially those sentences which lack a subject or an active executive of the verb are called passive sentences. Important for grammatical range and accuracy parameter.
Correct usage of modal verb is important to make grammatically accurate sentences. They include should, would, can, could, might, may, should have, could have, would have etc.
Understanding of IELTS parameters is very important in order to attain a good score. Under this section, you will be given detailed information about all the parameters and how to work on those parameters.
IELTS writing requires deep understanding of the structures of essays, reports and letter writing in accordance with the set parameters.
As the first task of IELTS writing, either report or a letter is asked to be written (depending on general and academic variants) on the given points or data.
Sample Question Some people believe that unpaid community service should be compulsory in high school programs (for example, working for a charity, improving the neighbourhood or teaching sports to younger children).
Sample Question Students are becoming more and more reliant on technology.
What are some of the problems associated with reliance on computers, and what are some of the possible solutions?
Sample Question Technology is being used more and more in education. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages.
Technology is being used more and more in education. Some people say that this is a positive trend, while others argue that it is leading to negative consequences.
Discuss both sides of this argument and then give your own opinion.
Sample Question As most people spend a major part of their adult life at work, job satisfaction is an important element of individual well-being.
What factor contributes to job satisfaction?
How realistic is the expectation of job satisfaction for all workers?
Understanding the reading section scoring parameters and the structure of the test.
Note: All types of questions are not intended for IELTS General and Academic
1) Multiple choice questions
These are types of questions that requires you to pick the correct answer from the given choices which are in capital letters of ABC and D. This type of questions tests your ability to understand detailed and specific information.
2) Information identification questions
These are types of questions that requires you to identify whether the given information is either true false or it’s not given. This type of question tests your ability to clearly understand what the text is talking about.
3) Information matching
These types of questions requires you to find a specific information and placing them where they fit to be. You need to have clearly understood the text and be able to understand every paragraph and what information it contains.
4) Headline Matching
These questions requires you to pick a heading from the given headings and place each of them to the paragraphs. Mainly, if you have clearly understood the given text, you’ll be able to make a heading out of every paragraph.
5) Sentence completion
In this type of question, you will find an incomplete sentence. You are supposed to complete it with words taken from the text. You therefore need to quickly map the incomplete text to a particular location in the text for you to find the correct answer.
6) Summary completion
A summary part of the text will be given to you. You are required to complete it by picking words from the text with a given maximum number of words to complete it.
7) Features matching
These are types of questions that that requires you to find a specific information about given features and match it. For example you can be given different people who discovered different things at different times. You are now required to match who discovered what at what time. You therefore need to be very keen when matching.
8) Matching sentence endings
This is a very simple question. Part of a sentence is picked from a line in the text. What you need to do here is to just locate where it has been taken from and complete the sentence and there you have your have your correct answer!
9) Short answer questions
You have to be extra careful here! This is a question that expects you to answer the question from the given facts in the text. Moreover you need to check the number of words because you are limited. A maximum number of words is always given.
10) Matching information
You just need not to get this question wrong. All that is required of you here is to find some given information and place them where they fit.
You need to be settled, organised and ready for what’s coming. Read and listen to the instructions very carefully. Many students throw away easy marks by misreading or not following simple instructions.
Conducting 3 stage interview like IELTS Exam.
Introduction: 5 Min
General Questions based on your life and experiences
Cue Card : 3-4 Min
You will be given a topic to speak on for 2 min. You get 1 min of time to prepare.
Conversation on the cue card : 5 Min
The interviewer will ask a few follow up questions on the topic.
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