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How to Practice English Writing (IELTS/TOEFL \u0026 more)

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The key to good writing is to make the reader easily understand what you are saying and help him/her follow your ideas to a logical conclusion. With this in mind, IELTS and TOEFL test takers often ask, “How can I improve my writing skills?” The answer to this is simple: practice.
In this video, we look at a couple of practice exercises you can use to get a better “feel” for English writing, especially if you already have good grammar and vocabulary knowledge. Find out what to read, what to do with the material you read, and how to apply good writers’ knowledge to your own writing.
The key feature of the tips in this video is that “there are no shortcuts.” If you are prepared to put in some effort, you can become a better writer soon.
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How to Practice English Writing (IELTS/TOEFL \u0026 more)

English Dictation exercise (Listening \u0026 Writing) #1 by Damien Zellers

Use a piece of paper. Listen to me read each sentence and write as much as you can. I will read each sentence three times. There are ten sentences.
ANSWERS. Do NOT look until you are finished.
Dictation exercise using similar sounding words.

1. There are three boys and they’re holding their books.
2. She will lose her tooth soon because it is loose.
3. The tall man will eat his cold dessert in the hot desert.
4. A little girl said, \”No, I didn’t know that.\”
5. Where will you wear your new red dress?
6. He knew that you bought a beautiful new car.
7. My boss rides the bus to work every morning.
8. The old man put all of the books in the box.
9. The color of the collar on his shirt is blue.
10. He threw all of the balls through the window.

English Dictation exercise (Listening \u0026 Writing) #1 by Damien Zellers

10 hours listening to English when sleeping – Level 2 Full

10 hours listening to English when sleeping Level 2 Full
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While the world is still aiming to debunk the sleep learning myth and get some stonehard evidence that it actually works, that doesn’t mean your English learning journey should suffer. You can still do so much to learn and improve your English in the meantime if you follow the techniques covered in this article.
In conclusion, it’s not really about sleeping but what you learn before and after sleeping that matters. What you can do is use your time wisely, make sure your sleeping schedule is aligned with your learning, and do the best you can to take your English to the next level even while you’re drooling all over that pillow.
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IELTS Writing Task 1 – What to write!

How to succeed in Task 1 of the IELTS Academic writing section. One question that often comes up in Task 1 is \”What should I include in the report?\” In this lesson, we’ll go over some of the key elements to look for in the infographics you will be given, as well as how to present them in a clear structure. Should you write an introduction? What about a conclusion? Should you put in your personal opinion? If you’re talking the IELTS, you must watch this class!
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Martin Luther King is known worldwide as an uncompromising fighter for human rights. He was the first AfricanAmerican politician of such magnitude. He was a religious preacher, as well as a real romantic and a dreamer until the last day of his life. At the age of fifteen, Martin got a convincing victory in the competition of speakers. Young Martin studied in Boston and received a PHD in theology. In the fifties, he joined a large organization that was engaged in protecting the rights of citizens. Martin Luther King headed it for the rest of his life. This man never resorted to violence: he protested exclusively peacefully. There was not a single case where followers of Luther King were observed in the riots. Like their leader, the followers were humanists.

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