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...
The author shares this valuable lesson: "The moment you convince yourself that something is impossible, you have already failed."
Why are more people removing the glue that hold sentences together? Always keep in mind that transition words and phrases
are essential to your success in the IELTS writing
Here are good reminders for us in avoiding subject-verb agreement errors
Is there a difference between “instantly” and “instantaneously”?
The author shares hilarious pictures to show the importance of correct punctuation
The author believes that we "don’t have to be an English major to get a handle on grammar
basics. More important, grammar doesn’t need to be overwhelming."
A common error in writing is the confusion between contractions and possessive forms
. Very often, writers will mix up “your” with “you’re”, “its” with “it’s”, and “whose” with “who’s”. Since these words pairs have identical pronunciations
, it can be easy for English speakers to make mistakes when writing
Many people will tell you that younger generations just don’t know how to communicate. They’ll say texting abbreviations and Twitter hashtags are so common, that grammar
and spelling has lost its importance. The author argues otherwise.
The author suggests some things to look for as we proofread our writing
Grammar Girl looks at the grammatical errors
in songs, movies, and music lyrics. Which are the worst offenders?
The author shares tips that can help you stay motivated and on track.
This post takes a look at two closely related verb
tenses in English: present perfect simple and present perfect progressive.
Check out this cool infographic. This could be helpful when you're practicing for your IELTS Academic Writing Task 1
Do you feel so nervous when you make a phone call in a foreign language that you make mistakes? This article lists six common ones you should avoid.
Learn 7 very common terms and expressions
about school and studying.