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Introduction usually takes one paragraph, body – two or three paragraphs and conclusion – one paragraph. Essay topics – 3 different kinds There are only 3 kinds of essay topics in IELTS, let’s call them A, H, S. Topics “A” present an Argument and you need to explore pros and cons, reasons for and against, while you support only one side. Topics “H” present a Hidden argument. ”. Topics “S” present a Situation and you need to explore reasons why it is what it is, assume what will happen in the future and suggest solutions to problems, if required.

When leaving the room after the interview, look the examiner in the eyes, smile and simply say: “Thank you for your time. Good bye”. Isn’t life great? ☺ Page 60 Pocket tips Listening • • • • • • • • • • Read instructions. Guess what is missing: is it a word, a place, a name, a number, how many? Divide questions into groups. Listen for details. Loud and clear – answer, whisper – not. Repetition and dictation – answer. Multiple choices – use T/F/NG method to eliminate all choices but one. Gap fills – look around the gaps for clues (Bad grammar = wrong answer).

If they ask for your opinion, you can start by saying: • • • • In my opinion… I think that… Well, if you ask me, … When it comes to me, I … You will probably have to speak in present, past and future tenses. When asked to speak about future, say: • • I am sure that (something will/won’t happen) It is likely/unlikely that (some event will / won’t occur) Leave a good impression FINALLY!!! When leaving the room after the interview, look the examiner in the eyes, smile and simply say: “Thank you for your time.

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