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What comes with the word "test"?

17 Oct 2013 Kasra Sharifan
IELTS is a test. Firstly, prepare yourself by studying English everyday, and ask for expert advice to do well in the test.

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English with Crosswords

22 Aug 2013 Mehdi Safavi
Is it "calender" or "calendar"?, Is it "necessary" or "neccessary"?, Is it "Wednsday" or "Wednesday"?

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Among and between are trickier than you think

15 Aug 2013 Mehdi Safavi
Fill in the gaps: a) Let's share this cake *........... John, Jack, and Jane. / b) *........... my friends, I only trust John. / (*Answers at the bottom of this lesson)

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How and when to respond to thank you

11 Jun 2013 Kasra Sharifan
Old Lady: Excuse me! Can you help me lift this suitcase up? Young Man: Certainly ma'am. Old Lady: Thank you. Young Man: Don't mention it.

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We suggest that you read this lesson

06 Jun 2013 Mehdi Safavi
Chances are you've been using the word "suggest" incorrectly, but today's lesson will teach you the right way to use this common word.

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How many words would be enough?

20 May 2013 Mehdi Safavi
The Second Edition of the 20-volume Oxford English Dictionary contains full entries for 171,476 words in current use, and 47,156 obsolete words: A total of 218,632 words! But nobody would need to learn all the words in the dictionary!

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Give the monkey what it wants

17 May 2013 Mehdi Safavi
What does IELTS expect you? IELTS is a monkey! Offer it your best homemade dish and it may get angry; but give it a banana and it will go crazy about you!

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Which English test should you sit?

11 May 2013 Mehdi Safavi
Some of the most popular English tests are IELTS, TOEFL and CAE, and they are taken for different purposes. Knowing their applications will help you make a calculated decision. In this lesson, you'll learn about their differences and more.

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