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Using modals of probability in IELTS Speaking & Writing

A modal verb is a verb that is used to indicate likelihood, ability, permission, request, capacity, suggestions, order, obligation, or advice. Commonly used modal verbs are can, could, may, might, must, will, would, shall, should, ought to, had better, “have to” and sometimes need or dare. Let’s discuss the following points about modal verbs:- Why to use modal verb? When to use modal verb in IELTS? How to use … Read more

IELTS Speaking about Friends

Do you have many friends? To be honest with you, the term friends is little bit of coveted tag for me. I firmly stick that the more people you give it away to, the more people begin to expect from you, and vice versa. Starts, more of the lapses, more the fights, emotional drama, loss … Read more

IELTS speaking about Education

Do you work or are you a student? I am both actually. I’m doing a post-graduate degree in business administration for which I get a day off from my job where I am a Business development manager. Why did you choose that subject? From childhood my passion was into making videos, designing buildings, and playing … Read more

Anecdotes about the Past

You can use an array of tenses while telling stories and jokes from the past. Note this tense mix:-   Well, let me explain one of the interesting moment of my life. Once it happened so….I am in the MBA class, attending the lecture and half way through the class the person with my name-sake … Read more

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