Every week, we’ll be sharing a list of posts, stories, news, or opinions that we've run across the Internet during the past week or two. We won't be discussing them in detail here, but we do encourage you to check them out as they could contain valuable ideas and insights for your IELTS
If you're ready, here we go...
"Touched on an issue" or "touched on a subject." Which is correct?
Both are suffixes. One however represents "qualities or states," while the other represents "actions or processes
Here are tips and examples for using commas
Read examples of the author's old-fashioned and modern rebellious versions of sentences with prepositions
errors to consider and avoid.
Actionable things that could also help you with your IELTS
review or preparation.
Learn more words that could substitute for "party."
Discover the distinct uses of each.
Learn more words that could substitute for "tv" or "movie."
Read why this could help you in your IELTS Speaking
Here's one criticism on the glossary attached to the UK's National Literacy Strategy.
What does "real world" mean?
errors relating to adverbs
, and some others.
Is this phrase grammatically fine
A selection of idioms
relating to the sport of football.
There are tips here so you'd know how to tackle the two common problems in subject-verb agreement
Learn the distinction between the two.
There's a difference. We'd like you to read the article though.
Very helpful resource when paraphrasing.
Very sound pieces of advice.
In case you're curious about the sound of "eeeek," "tsss," "zzzzz," and other interjections
, this is a good resource.
Is silence the path to speaking
If you're into infographics, this one is worth checking out.
Read how negative feelings could jumpstart your creative process.