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Extend Your Vocabulary for IELTS Through Reading

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Disparities at Harvard Frank Morley seemed out of place in the crowd of young people moving excitedly to the loud music and the exhortations…

Essential IELTS: Expanding IELTS Vocabulary Through Reading

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Oxford Considers Future Roles OXFORD—What is Oxford University’s role in the age of the Internet? Like an examination question, the dilemma of combining the…

Build up Your Vocabulary for IELTS Through Reading

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Closing in for the Kill After a decade of quiet, ivory poaching has started again in Kenya. Heaped together, tail to trunk, ten dead…

Expand Your Vocabulary For IELTS Speaking & Writing

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British Universities – Cambridge and Oxford There are more than forty universities in Britain. They are all private institutions. Each has its own governing…

Develop Your IELTS Vocabulary For IELTS Speaking & Writing

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 The Role of The Admission Office In this excerpt from “Which MBA?”, the Economist Intelligence Unit explains the workings of those who determine prospective…

Common mistakes in English – Confused words (Part 7)

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                   Confusion of parts of speech 555. As and Like Don’t say: You don’t look as…

Common mistakes in English – Confused words (Part 6)

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                      Confusion of number The following can’t be used in the plural: 514. Advice…

Common mistakes in English – Confused words (Part 5)

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             Nouns often confused 489. House and Home Don’t say: You should go to your house now. √ Say:…

Common mistakes in English – Confused words (Part 4)

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                  Adjectives often confused 465. Many and Much (a) Many Don’t say: My brother hasn’t much…

Common mistakes in English – Confused words (Part 3)

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              Adverbs often confused 455. Very and Too (a) Very Don’t say: It’s too hot in Rome in…