Common mistakes in IELTS – Miscellaneous examples (Part 4)

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161. Mixing up one form of the verb with another Don’t say: It’s better to enjoy yourself when you’re young rather than wasting time…

Common mistakes in IELTS – Miscellaneous examples (Part 3)

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151. Using one other instead of another Don’t say: Please give me one other book. √ Say: Please give me another book. Another is formed…

Common mistakes in IELTS – Miscellaneous examples (Part 2)

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141. Misuse of – self forms Don’t say: Michael and myself are here. √ Say: Michael and I are here. Use the male personal pronouns…

Common mistakes in IELTS – Miscellaneous examples (Part 1)

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               Miscellaneous examples 134. Confusion of gender Don’t say: The door is open, please shut her. √ Say: The…

Common mistakes in IELTS – Use of the wrong tense (Part 3)

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121. Using the present continuous for a habitual action, instead of the simple present Don’t say: Every morning I’m going for a walk. ✓ Say:…

Common mistakes in IELTS – Use of the wrong tense (Part 2)

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Common mistakes in IELTS – Use of the wrong tense (Part 2) 111. Using the past simple tense after to + the infinitive Don’t…

Common mistakes in IELTS – Use of the wrong tense (Part 1)

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        Use of the wrong tense 104. Using the past tense after did instead of the infinitive without to (a) To…

IELTS General Reading Practice Test 14 with Answer Key

IELTS General Reading Practice Test 14 with Answer Key

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IELTS General Reading Practice Test 14 for IELTS General Training Module  SECTION 1               Questions 1-13 Questions 1-3 There are 6 office messages A-…

Common mistakes in IELTS – Misuse of the infinitive

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    Misuse of the infinitive Use the gerund and not the infinitive (a) After prepositions or preposition phrases 75. Without, etc. + -ing…

Common mistakes in IELTS: Exercises Part 3

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Exercise 33: Rewrite the following sentences (a) as questions, (b) as negative sentences 1. He went home. 2. You told me to wait. 3….