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Engaging the examiner by Rhetorical questions.

Have you heard someone say to you, ‘Nice food, isn’t always it?’ You may additionally agree, but the implication is that you are supposed to agree, due to the fact they have already advised you the answer – that the food is nice. A rhetorical question is a device used to persuade or subtly influence the audience. It’s a question asked not for the answer, but for the effect of engaging the examiner. In … Read more

Want a band 9 score in IELTS speaking?

Want a band 9 score in IELTS? Then learn better master these:-   Commonly asked topics and vocabulary Topics List of topic Vocabularies   Grammar Anecdotes about past Anecdotes about desires and hypothesis Discourse markers Comparison language Suggestion language Listing language Modals of probability Frequency language Verb patterns Adjectives and adverbs for expression   Skills … Read more

Expressing emotions in IELTS speaking

A Angry, Annoyed, Afraid, Awkward, Affectionate, Anxious, Alarmed, Awed, Aggravated, Amazed, Astonished, Amused, Apprehensive, Absorbed, Ambivalent, Ashamed, Able, Addled, Admired, Admirable, Affable, Agreeable, Aggressive, Abandoned B Brave, Bothered, Bewildered, Bitter, Bashful, Blue, Baffled, Blissful, Buoyant, Bereaved, Bold C Cheerful, Cooperative, Confident, Calm, Cold, Curious, Content, Considerate, Cautious, Cranky, Crestfallen, Contrite, Chagrined, Carefree, Composed, Capable, Caring, … Read more

Verb Patterns

  Verbs followed by a to-infinitive Some verbs can be followed immediately by a to-infinitive: afford demand like pretend agree fail love promise arrange forget manage refuse ask hate mean (= intend) remember begin help need start choose hope offer try continue intend plan want decide learn prefer I can’t afford to go on holiday. It began to rain. She hopes … Read more

Talking about trends in IELTS

There are two types of trends you could be asked to describe: (1) current trends and (2) trends over time. Current Trends Here are some time expressions you could use: Currently At the moment These days Nowadays Often, you will need to use the Present Continuous tense in these situations, for example, “Currently, my country is experiencing … Read more

Adverbs in IELTS

Adverbs Adverbs are powerful. They add meaning and accuracy to what you say (and as a result of this, they make what you say more interesting.) Using adverbs at the beginning of a sentence can express a lot of meaning in one word and it is good cohesion (language that has linkages of meaning) because … Read more

Modals of probability for IELTS

Present and future May and might + infinitive are used to express present or future possibility. May expresses a greater degree of certainty: You should ask him. He may/might know Susan’s telephone number. (Perhaps he knows her number.) I may/might see you later. (Perhaps I will see you later.) You should introduce yourself; he may/might not remember you. (Perhaps she doesn’t/won’t remember you.) May and might are usually not used to introduce … Read more

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