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IELTS Energy 681: Fantastic Formal Paraphrases for ‘Kids’

Today you’ll learn formal paraphrases for ‘kids’ for higher Vocabulary scores. In Writing Task 2 and Speaking Part 3, you need to use appropriately formal words. A fantastic 3 Keys student asked this in our closed Facebook group: Can we use the word ‘kids’ in… Read More

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Video: Band 9 IELTS Health Vocabulary

Today you’ll learn band 9 IELTS vocabulary about the topic of health. Go to allearsenglish.com/insider for your free Video IELTS Masterclass! Sign up for our March Writing Task 2 webclass! Come live and ask us questions. It’s free! Sign up now at allearsenglish.com/advice. Thank you… Read More

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IELTS Energy 674: How to Shed Light on Facts for Higher Scores

Today you’ll learn how to ‘shed light’ on facts for higher Writing scores. These are fantastic phrases for Writing Task 2. Recently, a 3 Keys student asked: When I want to talk about research, instead of saying, “The research found that…” can I say, “The research laid bare…”? Is it too informal? This phrase is very formal, but it is more specific. ‘Laid bare‘ usually introduces a negative conclusion… Read More

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IELTS Energy 673: What to Say When Your Grammar is Wrong

Today you’ll learn what to say if your grammar is wrong on IELTS Speaking. In my Speaking Exam, if I correct myself after making a mistake (for instance, I say ‘work’ instead of ‘worked’), is it good or bad to correct ourselves on our Speaking… Read More