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My daily live lessons

A new timetable will appear every Sunday, so make sure you check regularly to sign up for the lessons you want to attend while there is still space (maximum 20 students per class).

  • Monday 6 Deember

    Academic Reading • Read Once, Read Well (Multiple Choice / Summary / Information match)

    With Shelly

    Lesson Starts 8am GMT Check your timezone

    Reading

    More about the lesson

    Do you have problems with time management in the reading exam? Then join Shelly today to find out how you can read the text ONCE while answering ALL of the questions. Sound difficult? Trust me – it’s not! In fact, it can be MUCH easier than tackling each question individually and for some “slow” questions, reading the whole text is the only way to answer them.

  • Tuesday 7 December

    Speaking • Fluency Practice

    With Nick

    Lesson Starts 4pm GMT Check your timezone

    Speaking

    More about the lesson

    Want to practice your speaking but don’t have a partner? Then come to our open session today where we will match you with a fellow student and provide you with questions to work through together. Plus, Nick will be there to supervise and give feedback throughout this fluency session.

  • Wednesday 8 December

    Listening • Cambridge 16 Test 1

    With Juliet

    Lesson Starts 11.30am GMT Check your timezone

    Listening

    More about the lesson

    It is time to put practice into action by completing a FULL LISTENING TEST. Today, we will tackle the final test in the latest IELTS book - Cambridge 16. Juliet will email you a copy of the test before the lessons starts.

  • Wednesday 8 December

    General Training Reading • Solving Sentence Completion Questions

    With Nick

    Lesson Starts 4pm GMT Check your timezone

    Reading

    More about the lesson

    Ah – sentence completion. The exam writer’s absolute favourite question for General Training Section Two! In today’s lesson, Juliet will show you how to recognise and create different forms of words (nouns, adjectives, verbs, etc) before explaining how to match synonyms in the text with words in the question stem. .

  • Thursday 9 December

    Speaking • Varying your tense in Part 1

    With Nick

    Lesson Starts 4pm GMT Check your timezone

    Speaking

    More about the lesson

    The questions in Part 1 look “friendly” – they are all about you, so they seem simple compared to Part 3. However, this is the part of the test where your tenses are tested most and where you have to be mindful of varying your responses. Learn how in today’s 60 minute live lesson with Nick.

  • Friday 10 December

    Writing • Live Mark (General Training Task One)

    With Shelly

    Lesson Starts 8am GMT Check your timezone

    Writing

    More about the lesson

    Join Shelly as she marks one or two letters in real time to see how the band descriptors are applied in real time.

  • Friday 10 December

    Listening • Understanding agreement in Listening Part 3

    With Shelly

    Lesson Starts 2pm GMT Check your timezone

    Listening

    More about the lesson

    Most students would agree that Part 3 of the listening exam is the most difficult. Not only is this because there can be up to THREE speakers, but also because you are often asked to identify the emotion of the speakers. In today’s lesson, Shelly will show you the phrases and expressions that you should listen for to help you answer the questions correctly in this part of the test.

  • Friday 10 December

    Speaking • Find a speaking partner!

    With No teacher!

    Lesson Starts 9am GMT Check your timezone

    Speaking

    More about the lesson

    We are trying a new type of speaking lesson this month - an open session where you can come and practice with another student. I will be there from the start to give you questions and put you into pairs, but after that you are on your own to practice for 60 minutes. You can then give me feedback at the end as to whether you would like more open sessions in the future.

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