Punctuation

SILENT LETTERS1. Silent A: automatically, basically, dramatically, typically, specifically.2. Silent B: bomb, comb, debt, thumb, doubt.3. Silent C: muscle, acquire, black, scissor, indict.4. Silent D: handsome, handkerchief, Wednesday, adjust, thousandth.5. Silent E: cheese, decrease, giraffe, evening, different.6. Silent F: halfpenny.7. Silent G: assign, align, foreign, sign, high, light.8. Silent H: exhibition, honesty, hour, honour, vehicle.9. … Read more

Top Strategies for IELTS Speaking

Note: Some contents are for premium users only. Strategy 1: Be Interesting When there is a human sitting in front of you to score your speaking test, won’t it be better if your small talks are more interesting to listen, compared to other candidates? Click Here For More Strategy 2: Describe & Give Details Learn the technique … Read more

List of Synonyms for the Most Common IELTS Words

Using Synonyms for the Most Used IELTS Words A Amazing: Incredible, Fantastic, Fabulous, Astonishing, Extraordinary Anger: enrage, infuriate, arouse, nettle, inflame, madden   Answer: Respond, respond, retort, acknowledge Awful: Terrible, Abominable, Dreadful B Bad: Evil, Spoiled, Imperfect, Infamous, Dismal Beautiful: Gorgeous, Ravishing, Dazzling, Exquisite, Stunning   Begin: Initiate, Commence, Inaugurate Big: Huge, Enormous, Gigantic, Humongous, Substantial, … Read more

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