We have calculated that around 50% of cue cards in the IELTS test ask you to describe a past event, which makes this a MUST ATTEND lesson. Work with Nick to learn about the problem of time travelling and simple techniques that you can use to make sure you always speak for 2 minutes.
Are you ready to play detective? Somewhere in the 800 word passage are hidden 5 or 6 pieces of information. Your job is to work out where! To do this, you will need to learn to recognise what the writer is doing in particular sentences and how this is summarised by the test writer’s in the question stems. Find out how today with Shelly!
Thursday 14th December
Listening • Taking the guesswork out of Multiple Choice
Today’s listening class will teach you about a) Multiple Choice b) Maps c) Note completion The answer is a – multiple choice! Today, Nick will show you how these questions are used differently by the exam writers in Parts 2 and 3 of the listening test and how you can avid the dreaded distractors!
Join Shelly today to look at how you can analyse essay prompts well and then generate ideas for 6 essays (if we have time!)
If you need a little more targeted assistance, we offer a marking service to give you a full analysis of your writing strengths and weaknesses. You can also book more intensive learning via 1-2-1 lessons with our friendly experts.