Date of publication: 2017-07-08 21:27
I am just about to take the ielts exams next weekend.. so i am preparing for it with all your videos i came across, in fact because of you am in here at Engvid, you are truly awesome, i love the way you teach and your expressions, i wish i was a student of yours.:( May god bless you dearie..
As Yogesh mentioned before , I heard from my teachers that avoid using I ,ME,WE in our essay as an academic.
So according to this , if we use 8776 I 8775 in our exam we will not get a lower mark ?
I got 65/65. Thank u so much. Before I watch your lesson, I think this word 8776 I think. 8776 Is very good to give my opinion. Thanks for a great information
On my first practice test doing all the four components of the IELTS I got a score of 5. It was not a good score as I needed 7 to get my job application to be approved.
8775 In my opinion, I strongly agree that exercise is the key to make us health because two main factors: the first, it helps our body regulate better and the second, exercise improve our immunity system. 8776
You use this for formal letters not for personal letters. Use it when you need a response, for example you are hoping to get a refund for something.
Thanks you very much !!!
Hi Emma, i did ielts one time and got scores as follow: L-5,R-, W- and S-. (overall=)
But it is not enough for target.
I feel very difficult in reading section as well as i am poor in wring section also.
I expect your kind advice !!!
One thing to keep in mind though is that often there is logic to the order of bullet points, and following that logic may be easier than re-arranging it. This means that if you write in the same order of bullet points, your letter will turn out coherent and there will be a logical progression. However, if you can write a good logical letter with all the information in a different order from that of bullet points 8767 that would be absolutely fine.
Thank you for your lesson. I would like to stress out about using the commas. When should we use commas in a sentence? Is their a ruling or a good way to know when a comma is needed and when it can be neglected?