IELTS Energy 577: Two Top Resources For Improved Grammar and Spelling

Today you’ll get resources for improved grammar and spelling skills for IELTS.

improved grammar spelling

We know a lot of you have grammar anxieties!

However, you must be intelligent about the usage of your time.

It’s very challenging for most students to even get a 7 on grammar in Writing and Speaking, as many of the sentences must be perfect, meaning, with no mistakes.

For an 8, a majority of sentences must be perfect.

Having said that, there are some grammar rules that you should be sure of, such as verb tense.

For other important grammar rules, we think you should check out grammarly.com.

For these basic rules, you may not have studied them for years, and it’s useful to brush up on the fundamentals.

Just go to the site, and searchverb tense“. You can then look them up individually for more clarity.

In particular, understanding the present perfect tense is helpful, because natives use it a lot to introduce past experiences.

 

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Another article that is IELTS-worthy on this site is about compound nouns. These rules are excellent not only for Listening, but also Writing.

Now, spelling!

For IELTS Listening, you must know how to spell the common names in English-speaking countries, like James Smith or Mark Johnson.

These names won’t be spelled out for you.

There’s a super cool site with first names and surnames, behindthename.com.

Memorize the top 10 first and last names for England (UK) and the U.S.

If you’re in 3 Keys, these names and further tips for improving spelling are in the Extra Listening Package.

Remember to sign up for our webinars this week, June 20th and 21st, about grammar tips for increasing Writing scores!

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