Contents
  1. ISBN 13: 9780987300911
  2. Similar authors to follow
  3. Simone Braverman
  4. IELTS Practice Speaking Test 1: with Audio and Answers - Simone Braverman - Google книги

12 Results IELTS 5 Practice Tests, General Set 1: Tests No. Volume 2 (High Scorer's Choice). 12 April by Simone Braverman and Robert Nicholson. Read ACe for IELTS book reviews & author details and more at trisenmulniecont.cf Paperback: 68 pages; Publisher: Simone Braverman; 2nd Revised edition edition . Simone Braverman is the founder of www. Related posts: IELTS test in Taiwan – January (Academic Module) Our kind . Books By Simone Braverman.

Author:CHAS KAHRER
Language:English, Spanish, Portuguese
Country:India
Genre:Children & Youth
Pages:332
Published (Last):24.09.2016
ISBN:377-3-80934-148-6
Distribution:Free* [*Registration Required]
Uploaded by: MIESHA

49188 downloads 86543 Views 18.79MB ePub Size Report


Simone Braverman Ielts Book

"Dear Simone, Thanks to your Ace the IELTS book,I have achieved the score that I need! . My name is Simone Braverman, I am the founder of trisenmulniecont.cf This excellent self-study book for intense IELTS preparation in a few weeks is designed to help students achieve their best personal score. All IELTS tips,. Looking for books by Simone Braverman? See all books authored by Simone Braverman, including Ielts Objetivo Band 7: M dulo Acad mico Ielts - C mo.

I am over the moon! Keep rocking! You make a wonderful difference to thousands of people too! You will get into your examiners' head and understand completely what they want to see. Only because it summarizes all the techniques, strategies and tips you need to know and will save you tons of time and money.

So yes, I CAN help you maximize your score , because Next, I helped my friends and family ace their IELTS exams and get their visa processing and university applications under way. My best friend has received his PR visa to Canada, another very good friend was accepted into the Harvard University, and my brother and his girlfriend were granted permanent residency visas in Australia. All of them passed IELTS with a higher than required band score, and needless to say, they were all using my books.

And here is the e-book responsible for these folks' success: Updated Third Edition. It is written in simple everyday English anyone can understand.

It guides you step-by-step through the Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking tests. It shows you how to manage your time. It teaches you great techniques to do things FAST. It tells you how to make the best impression on your examiner. If I had to give you 3 more reasons why you must have this book , I'd say: You will get into your examiners' head and understand completely what they want to see.

Only because it summarizes all the techniques, strategies and tips you need to know and will save you tons of time and money.

Only because it was tested on many students with different English skills, who achieved their target score after just 1 month or less! There are four chapters that cover all the skills: Listening, Reading, Writing, Speaking - everything that matters, everything that affects your score is explained in those chapters.

There will be no surprises in your exam. The format of the exam is described and explained - after you've read the first pages of the book you will know what sections there are, how long each section takes and what you need to do in each section.

The full IELTS practice test in the book will be a great chance for you to see what the real exam is like, and to practice before it. Read this e-book in any order you like, the chapters are completely independent, so you can skip a chapter and come back to it later. If you're good at listening, but need to work on your writing, you can go straight to the Writing chapter and study it first.

You can read this page e-book in one day - in case you are time-poor and have found this website just days before your exam. It WILL help you in any case, just know this: Take it with you anywhere - no matter what computer you have at home, at work, in your college or university, the e-book will work.

You will find out what Writing Task you should do first to maximize your score - Task 1 or Task 2 - and why it matters. This is something most people don't even think about, yet it works like magic.

ISBN 13: 9780987300911

You will learn about most common mistakes that many IELTS candidates make, which cause them to lose time and marks. These are the easiest points you will ever earn - because you will be earning them by NOT DOING things, and not doing is much easier than doing, isn't it? Once you give the writing techniques you learned a try, you will become a confident writer, because you will prove to yourself that writing an essay on any topic and a letter of any kind is not a problem for you any more. You will be trained how to use psychological tricks to make your work look better, such as: These are little things, but they add up and give you the result you want - a great score in Writing.

You will see beyond any doubt that you can have awful communication skills, and still be able to write a good letter. You will be walked through all the types of letters used in IELTS and will be given examples for all of them. You will also get model answers for all the types of letters.

You will learn to quickly classify any letter to see which category it belongs to - a personal letter, a business letter, a request for information, a complaint or a job application letter. You will understand how to structure your letter, how many paragraphs to write and what to write in every paragraph to get 15o words written in minutes maximum. You will be taught how to write a grammatically correct letter that uses the correct tenses, rich vocabulary and creates a good impression.

There will be plenty of practice exercises for you to do. You will find out exactly what your examiners consider a good letter, why they would give you a certain score, and how you can get a better one. You will find out that any essay topic you might get in IELTS belongs to one of 3 topic types, and how to write an essay on each topic type.

You'll get an explanation of the structure your essay should have to get a good score. You will be taken step by step through the process of writing an essay. From the very beginning when you read the topic, to the classification - which type it belongs to, and then how to come up with ideas for contents to write quickly in under 5 minutes , next how to make a quick plan and how to follow it, writing just the right amount of words.

You'll learn to write enough to get the score for words limit, but not too much - to avoid losing time on extra content that doesn't counts toward your score. You will get a list of phrases to use in your essay to make it look good. That includes elegant ways to agree or disagree with a statement, to deny, to conclude, to compare or contrast. You will be able to prove to yourself that 40 minutes are enough to write an essay of words on any topic they throw at you.

Once you've learned the detailed test format, nothing will surprise you.

Similar authors to follow

You will be taught about all the 8 types of tasks you can get in IELTS, what you need to do in each, and what your answer should look like. You will master time management and will always finish on time, thus leaving no questions unanswered and driving your score up. You be trained to scan and find answers quickly - even if you're a slow reader. You'll learn what keywords are, how to find them and how they lead you to the answers. The unwritten rules of where the answers are located in the passages will be revealed to you and yes, there is a pattern!

You'll discover how passage layout - meaning the number of paragraphs - can help you find answers quickly and accurately. You will know what to do when you're stuck on a task. Concentration won't be a problem any more - you will know where to start in any kind of passage and will have a list of things to do, to keep you focused.

You will have a strategy for Multiple choice questions and Gap-fill tasks. Headings matching tasks will no longer take a huge portion of your precious time. You will be given the techniques for avoiding traps and for dealing with tricky questions. You will understand how making assumptions and over-thinking can harm your score, and how to stop doing it. You will get links to online exercises to instil all the tips you've read in your mind forever.

You will even learn how to use your mistakes to your benefit - a very powerful technique, not known to most people. You will learn about all the 3 parts of the Speaking test: Interview, Cue card and Discussion, what happens in each part, what kind of questions to expect and how long your answers should be.

You will go through a list of sample questions and answers - to demonstrate what you need to aim for. You will learn when to speak and when to stop , to allow the examiner to move on to the next question, so that he doesn't feel pressed for time. You will get an exhaustive list of possible questions and topics that appeared in the past IELTS exams and these topics repeat a lot! All you need to do is to think of something to say on these topics, to make sure you have the vocabulary.

This way you will never be in a situation when your examiner asks something and you're suddenly "speechless". You will be taken step by step through a technique to develop your speaking skill - studying on your own, alone, all by yourself, without a teacher or a partner. It will help you succeed in becoming a better speaker even if you don't live in an English-speaking country, don't speak English at work or at uni - it doesn't matter that English is not your first language.

You will learn how to improve your pronunciation , for people to understand you better - which will give you more confidence in Speaking. You will be given solution to all the possible nightmare situations when you miss a question, don't understand it or don't have anything to say about it.

Failure will simply NOT be an option for you. You'll learn what are the 9 types of task you can get in the Listening test, including what kind of answer you need to provide for every task type, how many words you should write, and whether you need to tick a box or circle the correct answer.

You will be given tips how to develop your listening skill that are proven to work - even if it's your weakest skill. You will be trained to: You will be able to recognize clues to the answers and solve all types of tasks in the most time-saving way. You will find out what kind of traps there might be, when synonyms or generalizations are used to confuse you, or when the speaker is taking back something that was just said.

There are tips how to use instructions in the booklet to avoid making mistakes that cost you marks. You will know when and where spelling and grammar are important.

Even copying answers to the Answer Sheet will become an opportunity to increase your score because of the techniques you will learn. The test includes Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking sections, a Listening recording and transcript showing the answers in sentences, a sample Speaking test recording with a transcript and an examiner's commentary explaining the estimated band score. The answers for the test include model responses for Writing Task 1 and Task 2.

You will get Pocket tips to bring with you on the day of your exam, to quickly go through all the important techniques and refresh everything that matters in your memory.

You will be given a 3-weekly step-by-step study plan to make sure all of your skills are in the best possible shape on the day of your exam.

This study plan will help you make the most of your studying hours. No time will be wasted and you will be getting progress every day. No more procrastinating, wondering what skill to concentrate on or what task to practice - just follow the plan.

Common mistaken beliefs - is this what YOU think, too? This book is written in simple English for everyday people. Instead of helping you, they distract you from your main goal, which is to get a high score in IELTS.

I am not trying to impress you with all the smart words I know - my mission is to make sure you score the best you can in IELTS.

This is why anyone who has enough English to manage living and working in an English-speaking country can read and understand my books. If I had a coin for every time a native English speaker told me "I wonder why my answers were wrong, I was convinced they were right!

This is so embarrassing…" I'd be filthy rich now. Another reason is the crushing factor of time pressure - and we all tend to panic when there's not enough time, no matter what our first language is. Of course you would get all the answers right, if you had the time.

But the reality is that there are a lot of questions to be answered, a lot of writing to be done, and very little time to do it. Not true - IT IS more effective. As people are busier today than ever, time became a precious commodity and we have limited amounts of it. People, who spend their time on things that have the biggest impact on their score, get better marks. This is incorrect. Not true. I am personally committed to helping you, which is why I am working 7 days a week to be available for you, when you need me.

Not just me, but the whole team of the IELTS-Blog evaluators is working 6 days a week to help you find out what your mistakes are and how you can score much, much higher. What price would YOU put on something that opens a door to your successful future?

What price would YOU place on something that removes the one factor that holds you back from achieving your goals and living your dreams? Just do the math. Not bad, ha? What else do you gain? That time you could spend on what really matters - your family, your friends, yourself. It made me realize how important it is to have it all - tips, techniques and practice - in one package. You're not going to pay even half of that.

Why So Inexpensive Right Now? Consider this a huge discount and save the money for your future studies, visa application fees or use it to register with your professional organization. But, even with discount, I want to prove you how serious I am about being able to help you with your IELTS preparation and maximize your score.

I am going to back my promise with my money. And, if your preparation wasn't transformed, simply let me know and you will get a complete refund. Plus, if at any point you don't feel that Ace the IELTS is the solution that will achieve you the score you need, just let me know and you will get a complete refund.

Your investment is protected and guaranteed. If you won't, you will kick yourself later. Only for people quick enough to download NOW, before copies are gone: Bonus 1 NEW! You will discover the exact way to write and speak in the IELTS test to get the highest possible result.

Bonus 3 An intensive course on maximizing your IELTS score by creating a positive image in your examiner's mind, 64 pages of tips, techniques and examples. Bonus 4 A full collection of Writing samples, including corrections, suggestions and an approximate Band Score. The samples range from Band 6 to Band 7. You will be guided step by step to help you record yourself answering real IELTS questions and our evaluation team will send your personal report with suggestions how to score higher to your email.

Bonus 7 The book comes with my dedicated support. Ask me any question you've got, any day, any time - get your answer in 24 hours! Look, if you're still reading this letter so far down, chances are that you know you need to learn how to prepare for IELTS in a specific way that will maximize your score. Without that kind of a focused preparation you're losing the marks that are rightfully yours.

Stop losing money on unnecessary exams. Stop losing time on preparation that could have been spent with your family and friends. Take action now. Because you deserve it. Click on "download now" button below, fill your details in the form, submit, and you will download the e-book and bonuses in less than a minute.

You do not need a PayPal account - use a credit card to pay, if you like. Yes, Simone! These modules will walk me step-by-step through my exam preparation.

A study plan that will help me fit IELTS preparation even in my busiest day and the Pocket tips , indispensable for refreshing my memory. The set includes 10 listening, reading, writing and speaking papers with answers, 10 sets of audio listening materials with tapescripts, 10 example recordings of the Speaking test, model writing tasks by IELTS examiners and more.

An intensive course on maximizing my IELTS score by creating a positive image in the examiner's mind, 64 pages of tips, techniques and examples. A full collection of Writing samples , including corrections, suggestions and an approximate Band Score.

I will be guided step by step to help me record myself answering real IELTS questions and the evaluation team will send me a personal report with suggestions how to score higher to my email. The book comes with Simone's dedicated support. I can ask any question I've got, any day, any time and get my answer in less than 24 hours!

Copies are selling out fast, don't delay! Automatic and Instant delivery Payments made secure through Paypal's secure servers. Once payment has been verified you will be transferred to the download page where you can get the e-book and the free bonuses. In addition, download links will be sent to your email. Are you ready for the good news? Just think for a moment if this sounds familiar to you… You must get a high score in IELTS, and have no idea how to do it.

I've Had It All. I needed a 7 and I've got it! Hi Simone, These below were my results. I am really happy! Listening 8, Reading 7. I got a overall Band 7 I'm happy and kindly you can say that I am satisfied with my result. I got a overall Band 7. Cheers, - Rosa Australia.

Hi Simone, I just wanted to tell you about my good news. I passed. I met the points requirement for my application to Canada. I got a total of 14 points and needed only Thanks for everything.

Simone Braverman

I found your ebook and the bonus marked essays very useful indeed I also went through the other sections and picked up some great tips.

Keep up the good work! I would strongly recommend this book to all those who are going to sit the General Training exam. This book provides concise and useful tips to complete all test tasks well and on-time. Thanks again for recommending this great book to me.

Also, I would not have improved my writing skills so quickly without the help and advice from the teachers who performed the essay-checking service. As you have highlighted, practice is the way to improve. I wrote a dozen of the essays and I have seen my score improving from 6.

And I achieved 7. After browsing through so many websites, yours is still the most comprehensive and useful. Thanks again for your help. I achieved a score 2 bands higher than I expected!

Thanks to your tips, I achieved score 2 bands higher than I expected. So here are my results: Listening 8.

My Band Score convinced me that this is an excellent book that produces great results. It improved my Reading and Writing skills a lot and I was able to receive a much higher score in a very short time. All you have to do is use those tips, follow the techniques, stick to study plan and practice. Multiple choice There is a question and a number of Choose the appropriate letter. Sentence completion Complete a sentence according to what Complete the sentences below you hear with words taken from the reading passage.

Reading Passage. Gap-fill There are several sentences with missing Complete the summary below. Choose from the list at the bottom of the page if there is one , or from the text. Diagram labeling Write description in 1 to 3 words for Label the diagram below. WORDS from passage for each answer. Read question one-by-one, for every question see what its theme is. Then find it or some thing close to it on your map - that is the paragraph to search for the answer. Choose your battles If any question takes you too much time — give up, move to the next one.

Don't forget to mark it with some sign like "? There are a lot of questions and you might miss the easy ones if the hard ones take all of your time. Another reason to leave hard questions for last is that after you do all the easy ones, you know more about the text, so then solving the tricky questions might become easier.

Use passage layout Every text and every paragraph in it has a certain structure, meaning it is written according to some rules. Last paragraph often summarizes the main points of the passage. Every paragraph has its structure that is similar to the structure of whole text.

It has introduction, body and conclusion. The main idea is usually can be found in the introduction. It means that if you want to understand quickly what paragraph is about, it is enough to read only its introduction.

Find the keywords Keywords are the main words in the question; they contain the most important information. Identify keywords in each question and look for them in the text — the answer will be near.

If instructions say that a heading can not be used more than once — cross the heading used in example out of the list. Second, return to the map you prepared. Go over the text, look on your map what it says about the idea of first paragraph. Go to the list of headings and choose heading that has the most similar meaning to idea on your map, write its number on the margins of the first paragraph.

Now continue and do the same for the second paragraph, and so on. If some paragraphs are hard to match — leave them alone, keep moving forward. Come back to them later. When finished matching - check your answers carefully, because they can influence each other. Don't forget to copy answers to the Answer Sheet. The best advice here is not to over think it. Otherwise what happen is that you start building logical sequences that take you to the wrong direction. The difference is that you need to use it on each answer choice.

For every possible answer you need to decide, if it is True, False or Not Given in the text. Finally, answers you have marked as False or Not Given are incorrect, and the ones you marked as True are correct.

Then find it on your map — this should take you to the paragraph that "hides" the answer. Now, when you know where to look, you need to know what to look for. For example, what is missing here: You have 4 choices: Now it is time to start reading the text. Find where example answer is and start there. Remember to read only first, second and last sentence. Sometimes there are words near gap that will give you a clue what kind of word is missing. There are 2 types of gap-fills: If there is more than one possible answer — write them all and then decide which one is better.

It is better then "inventing" it, because it saves time and your chances of being right are higher. After you have decided about the word that goes into gap, read the whole sentence again. It must make sense according to the text, and it must be grammatically correct.

When you move forward to the second gap, keep in mind that usually there are no more than 2 gaps per paragraph. It means that if you have found answer to the first gap in paragraph 1, the answer to the second gap will be in the paragraph 2 and so on. When answering the questions, you must stick to the facts as they are written in the paragraph. Forget all about your personal knowledge and experience!

Relying on your own knowledge is the most natural thing for you, so sometimes they use it in IELTS to trick you into making a choice of answer according to what you know or believe and not according to the passage. Reading the text in the way I described in this chapter must become your second nature.

The only way to make it happen is to practice in using my tips while doing the Reading test. When practicing, finish the reading test and then check your answers according to answer key. Pay attention to those you've got wrong, not those you've got right — understand why didn't you do them right and try to remember, so that mistake won't come back.

Practice with a clock and copy your answers to the Answer Sheet. You may use the one from the chapter on Listening test; it is similar to Reading test Answer Sheet. In order to practice, use not only the General Training module tests, but also Academic module reading. This advice has 2 main reasons behind it — there are more Academic texts available to practice on than General Training, and it is a proven strategy to get your score higher, because while hoping for the best you are preparing for the worst.

Academic reading is much more difficult than General training, and if you are ready for Academic — General will be a piece of cake for you. Generally, you need to download texts to practice on, but I have managed to find a few sources of free tests and recommend them to you. Writing Task 1 - to write a letter.

Writing Task 2 - to write an essay. Writing a letter must not take you more than 20 minutes, so there will be 40 minutes left for the essay. Usually, not all of us are good in writing letters, not to say essays, forget in English! First, some general guidelines You will receive two Answering Sheets to write on — one for the Writing Task 1, meaning letter, and one for Writing Task 2, meaning essay.

Keep your writing neat, clean and nice-looking. It is important for your score. You need to show the examiner that you read and understood the instructions; otherwise he might think that you didn't. It is absolutely forbidden, wastes precious time and people lose points for it. You can use what is written in task instructions only if you write the same in other words. Length is very important. So if you can not reach the words limit for letter, for essay , try to be closer to it.

These simple rules apply to both letter and essay. Stick to them, and your work will leave good impression on the examiner. When a letter is graded by IELTS examiners, its structure, vocabulary and fluency of language are equally important. So I will show here a model for every one of the letter types together with phrases and forms of speech, and the only thing you need to do is to insert your specific topic information in it.

I also supply you with examples to demonstrate what your letter should look like. Complaint This is a letter you write to complain about something. It could be something you have downloadd or a bad service that you have received, or an accident that happened to you.

You must describe it and demand appropriate actions from relevant people. There are 4 paragraphs in this type of letter. They should look like this: Explain in more details a What happened, what the problem is. He refused to replace the tape recorder and suggested that I had it repaired.

You can even divide it into several parts. Write formal ending for the letter, your name and sign. In case it is hard for you to remember all of them, choose just one for each paragraph, memorize it and use for all the letters of this type.

Unfortunately, he denied me the service that I requested. There are notes on the margins, which indicate paragraphs numbers as explained on pages After only two times it was in use, problems started to appear.

We discovered another problem when tried to use the blender. It started working but suddenly got stuck and we were unable to use it since. I was very 2b surprised to discover that much problems in a quite expensive model. Naturally, I returned the blender to you to be replaced with a new one. Your assistant 2c said that I would have to wait only a week.

After two weeks the food processor had still not arrived. Finally, four weeks later, I was contacted by your representative. Imagine my feelings when I learned from him that I can not receive the same model 2d of food processor as I bought. As a solution he offered that I upgrade my model to a better one and this too will take two weeks.

I am very disappointed with both the equipment and the service have I received. Yours faithfully, 4 Mr. There are 3 paragraphs in this type of letter. Explain in more details who you are, exactly what information you need, why, when and in what form do you need it — a letter, a fax, an e-mail, a phone-call, etc. This should be the biggest paragraph of the whole letter.

The trip I refer to starts on August 12, I am supposed to leave with a group 2 of 16 people. The information I would like to obtain should include the following: You could send the above-mentioned information to my e-mail or a fax. I would like to receive it as soon as possible but not later then a week before my flight. I look forward to hearing from you.

In the real life you would attach your resume to it. Write about your skills, diplomas and experience. Explain, why you are interested in this job, express your motivation to contribute. Ask to schedule an interview as soon as possible. Thank the person. As you can see from my CV, I am a flight attendant with 5 years of experience. The last year I was working for AirComfort Airlines, providing customer service to first class passengers.

I have a pleasant personality and good communication skills. I am familiar with service and emergency instructions, and used to working unsupervised. My experience includes administering first aid to ill passengers and dealing with unusual incidents. I am available to work weekends, holydays and overtime. If you find my skills and experience suitable, please contact me to schedule an 3 interview.

I am looking forward to discussing my credentials with you personally. Thanks you for your time and consideration. I have a couple of suggestions that will make your life easier: Start writing on a topic from paragraph 1.

Once again, this paragraph must be the biggest one. If possible, try to write 2 paragraphs 2a and 2b. My work keeps me so busy, that I never 1 have a minute to myself. I am writing to invite you to my wedding. Since you have never met my future husband, you must have a million questions running through your mind right now. I hope I can tell you enough to put your 2a mind at ease until we meet.

Five months ago I decided to take a cruise to Bahamas, to get away for a little while. And on that cruise Faith arraigned for me to meet my future husband Alan. He is the most wonderful, loving person you could ever imagine and we are very happy together. I told him all about you and our friendship. With love, Amy. It could be an explanation you write to a library about the books that were never returned, or a letter to Car Rental Company, describing the road accident you were involved in.

Explain in more details the purpose of your letter.

Consider the idea that task instructions give you, write according to it. Make up interesting details in addition to the original idea. Say what kind of answer you expect or what suggestions do you have for the situation.

It is also a good place to apologize, if applicable. I have found myself in this unpleasant situation for a reason. My close relative 2 was very sick and I had to go visit him at the hospital. I intended to return the books immediately after I get back to the college, but unfortunately I left the books on a train on my way from the hospital to the library. I will try to return the books as soon as possible. Faithfully yours, 4 John Smith. It works for absolutely any kind of letter.

After writing a couple of letters you will realize, that writing down a words alone takes you 15 minutes, plus you have to think of a story to tell in your letter, to make it interesting. So this is how you do it: When you get the writing assignment, first look and understand what kind of letter do you need to write: Read the assignment and write down on the draft paper 3 first things that come to your mind.

Those ideas must refer to the topic directly. If there are a number of things you need to write about, refer to every one of them. Stop right there, no more thinking! Start writing. First paragraph requires no thinking — write sentences that explain the topic of your letter.

Remember the 3 things you made up? Use them while you are writing paragraph two. Make it the largest paragraph because it is your only chance to get words in the letter.

When paragraph two is done, paragraph three and four if applicable are a piece of cake, because they generally are based on paragraph two. After you have finished writing, read the letter once again and check for spelling and punctuation errors. I believe that practicing in writing is a must.

Use the following topics to practice in writing letters as much as you can. They will also help you understand better how to classify the letter tasks — to know what kind of letter you need to write.

Complaint letters tasks Topic 1 You should spend no more than 20 minutes on this task and write at least words. Write a letter to the manager to complain about it and ask him to solve the problem. You do not need to write your address. Begin your letter as follows: You rented a car from Car Rental Company.

The air conditioner has stopped working. You phoned the company a week ago but it has still not been repaired. You are a student who wants to apply to Green Pines College. You are experiencing financial problems at the moment. Write a letter to the Principal of the College, explaining your situation and ask for information on scholarships or other means of financial help available.

You would like to participate in a work-related seminar in another country. Write a letter to the person in charge of the seminar and ask for detailed information regarding the dates, program, accommodations and cost. You want to apply for the following job.

Write a letter to Mrs. Keller describing your previous experience and explaining why you would be suitable for the job. Housekeeper required for private home. Experience is necessary.

Contact Mrs. You left a file with important documents in your room. You migrated to another country. You successfully passed a job interview. You are expected to start on November 15, but you will not be available on that date. Write a letter to your new boss, explaining your situation, expressing your concern and suggesting solution.

You are a gift shop keeper. Explain your situation and suggest solution. You are a secretary, planning a corporate event. Write a letter to Entertainment Company explaining what kind of party you would like it to be, indicate date and time of event and your special requests. This task may look even harder than the letter, but it is only a first impression. This way you can easily reach a level, where no matter what topic they give you, after 40 minutes you turn a beautiful 2 pages long essay and walk out of the room with a huge smile on your face.

Structure of essay Every essay should have this exact structure: It is very important because your grade is affected by it. Introduction usually takes one paragraph, body — two or three paragraphs and conclusion — one paragraph.

The following examples demonstrate the difference between topics of A, H or S kind: However, becoming more dependent on computer has its disadvantages. Discuss threats of computers. Do you agree? Essay of A rgument kind 1. Introduction paragraph must clearly state the argument, both sides of it. Body paragraphs at least 2 must refer to each side of the argument.

Write first paragraph about the side you disagree with. The side you do agree with should be in the last body paragraph, because this way it naturally leads to conclusion. Conclusion paragraph should contain summary of the points you were making. Never mind if the paragraph turns out to be short, the important thing is that you kept the structure of the essay. Essay of H idden Argument kind 1. Introduction paragraph must define the question.

You need to reveal the hidden argument. Rewrite the topic, so it will say what it really means: Essay of S ituation kind 1. Introduction paragraph must state the situation and explain it. Body paragraphs at least 2 should describe reasons that lead to the situation, making it like it is now. Each paragraph should talk about one reason. Conclusion paragraph should summarize the points of the essay.

If the task requires suggesting solution to problems, recommendations, advice - this is the place for it. If your opinion is required — you should also give it in conclusion paragraph. If the task requires suggesting solution — do it. Baby Steps through essay After you have read all that, you still have no idea how to start writing.

First Read and classify the question. You need to decide what kind of topic you have got, an A, H or S. It will affect the way you plan an essay. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement? The best way to do it is to think of some main ideas and then to write everything you can think of regarding those ideas.

On the same draft paper you have written the ideas, group them and decide which paragraph will describe which idea. Think how you move from one paragraph to another. According to the plan you have made, start writing the essay. First sentence of introduction gives main idea of the essay, either presenting sides of the argument or describing a situation. The last sentence of introduction should naturally lead into first paragraph of the body. Remember to keep the paragraph structure and to connect paragraphs so one will lead to another.

Try to start body paragraphs with a linking word like However, Therefore, Moreover, Nevertheless, etc. It raises your score. This is an essay written according to the ideas you came up with.

The ideas are in bold font for easier understanding. Everything has two sides and home schooling is not an exception. In the past it seemed like the most natural way of educating the children, but today many people criticize it. We must acknowledge that parents know their children best. That gives them a good chance of knowing how to make child understand certain concepts.

In addition, being at home makes child feel safe, which contributes to his ability to concentrate on studying. Nevertheless, many people believe that teaching should be done by professionals. There are many proven scientific approaches that produce good results and without those techniques parents who teach their kids at home have no chance of success. Associative learning is a good example of such a technique.

Also not every parent is capable of teaching his or her child at home because the blind can not lead the blind. Eventually, even those mums and dads who had succeeded at school could forget the material as the time went by. In conclusion, I have more trust in abilities and experience of professional teachers then I do in my own. And finally - read the essay carefully from the beginning and check it for errors. Almost no one can get their first essays done on time.

First try to get used to the Baby Steps process that I explained earlier. After a little bit of practice, you will start writing essays faster and faster, and finally you will reach your goal — essay in 40 minutes. You should work with a clock all the time — this is the only way for you to monitor you progress. So I enclose here a list of phrases to help you write more elegant sentences. My advice would be to practice on essays as much as you can.

Your goal is to be able to write essay of words in 40 minutes on any given topic. Practice with a clock and count words. Topic 1 You are advised to spend the maximum of 40 minutes on this task. You should write at least words. Topic 2 You are advised to spend the maximum of 40 minutes on this task. Some people say that education system is the only critical factor to development of a country. Topic 3 You are advised to spend the maximum of 40 minutes on this task.

What is your opinion? Financial education should be mandatory component of the school program. Topic 5 You are advised to spend the maximum of 40 minutes on this task. The best way to reduce the number of traffic accidents is to raise age limit for the younger drivers and lower age limit for the aged ones.

Topic 6 You are advised to spend the maximum of 40 minutes on this task. Ecological balance is impossible to archive when technological progress constantly ruins our environment. Many people agree that the secret of success in the Speaking test is being confident and creative person.

Does it mean that others will fail? Not at all! What are they looking for? These guidelines refer to every part of the Speaking test. Stick to them and you will satisfy your examiner. Accent has nothing to do with pronunciation, so it will not affect your score. Keep it simple! This tip refers to the whole Speaking test. Keep your sentences simple, and words - understandable. When you hear a question, your mind automatically draws an image with the answer.

So try to think of what part of that image you can describe, do it and stop there.

IELTS Practice Speaking Test 1: with Audio and Answers - Simone Braverman - Google книги

He or she asks to see your passport and to sit down. Your body language is important here, it must show that you are relaxed and confident.

When you are talking, try to make eye contact with the examiner as much as you can.

Read carefully the following questions and answers, and you will get a very clear picture of what will happen. Possible questions and answers 1. Where do you come from? I live in Smallvile. What is your home like? I rent an apartment. We have two bedrooms, one living room, one kitchen and of course one restroom. The apartment is not very big, about 70 square meters.

What the advantages and disadvantages your home has? The advantage is that my accommodation has lots of sunlight from the windows.

And the disadvantage is that it is noisy because the centre of the city is near by. Tell me about your family. I have a mother, a father and a brother.

My mother is a social worker, my father is a civil engineer and my brother is a student. Tell me about your job. It is located in Smallvile. My job title is Software Designer. Is there anything you dislike about your job? Normally, I enjoy my job very much.

What are your plans for the future? I would like to improve my English first and then to find another job with better salary. What type of transport do you use most? There are 2 types of transport that I use:

Similar files:


Copyright © 2019 trisenmulniecont.cf. All rights reserved.