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IELTS Energy 324: Writing Task 2 Conclusions- Keeping it Short and Sweet

Do you know how to write a perfect conclusion for IELTS Writing Task 2? It doesn’t matter if you are an Academic or a General IELTS candidate, you have to write a killer Writing Task 2. Your four paragraph essay is like a hamburger. The… Read More

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IELTS Energy 314: How to Paraphrase the Question on IELTS Writing Task 1

In Writing Task 1, the first sentence of your essay should paraphrase the question. Although many IELTS teachers tell you this, some don’t tell you exactly how to do it. In fact, some teachers tell you to just change a couple words. That won’t work!… Read More

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IELTS Energy 313: Fix Your Grammar Gaps in IELTS Writing Task 1

Samia is a loyal podcast listener, and she enrolled in our course to improve her Reading and Writing scores. She’s taken the test 3 times already, and no matter what preparation she underwent, could not see any development in these areas. As she was working… Read More

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IELTS Energy 312: How to Work Backwards to Get a 9 on IELTS Reading

Today, we’ll show you a quick and unique tip to help your Reading preparation! A student in our course is having some difficulty with Matching Headings to Paragraphs questions. Here’s her question: I know you say it’s supposed to be the easiest question type. However,… Read More

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IELTS Energy 311: 8 Wealthy Words for an IELTS Eight

Today we are going to teach you natural, native-speaker vocabulary to talk about money. This topic can pop up in a number of ways on the IELTS exam: in Speaking Part 1, the topic of shopping comes up. In Part 2, perhaps you are asked about… Read More

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