Language and Grammar

Avoid This Mistake!

Many non-native users find 'Will' and 'Shall' confusing. In this post we aim to put the confusion to rest. Understanding this will/shall (yes, both can be used) help you in any English test you might ...

Speaking

High Vocabulary for Speaking

How to use high-level vocabulary and impressive idiomatic expressions to get a great score in speaking. Be it IELTS, TOEFL, PTE, or OET....

Writing

Money and Happiness - High Vocabulary Essay

Here is a high-scoring essay with top-level vocabulary, phrases, connecting words and flawless use of language. Note how the ideas flow smoothly from one to another without obvious use of keywords....

OET

13 Abbreviations for OET

Here are 13 abbreviations that every medical professional knows. Check to see where you stand!...

OET
Language and Grammar

5 High-scoring expressions to talk about the future

Using the right tense at the right time can be a difficult task. In this post, we look at 5 expressions to talk about the future and how to use them! Look at the expression with usage samples!...

Language and Grammar

11 Adjectives for Describing Diagrams

Many exams require test takers to describe diagrams, graphs, charts and information given in images. Whether it is the Writing Task 1 of IELTS or Describing an Image in the PTE or DET, you will find s...

Admissions

My GRE Scores Have Been Cancelled

5 Things you can do if your GRE Scores have been cancelled....

GRE
Speaking

10 Speaking Expressions for a Top Score

What does it mean to speak fluently? It is not just about rattling out sentences at top speed. Speech must come naturally and a large part of being natural is down to three factors. Those are......

Writing

Writing Task 1 - Band 9 Sample - Survey - PTE Describe a Diagram

The bar chart below shows the results of a survey conducted by a personnel department at a major company. The survey was carried out on two groups of workers: those aged from 18-30 and those aged 45-...

Speaking

Short Answers for Good Scores - 2

Continuing from the previous post, this post looks at expressions that you can use to make you speaking sound more natural. This will usually give you a better score (tone and coherence). Expression a...

Speaking

Short Answers for Good Scores - 1

Sometimes, it is better to give a short answer. This is especially the case since repeating a part of the question in your answer might make it sound repetitive. This might also give the examiner a fe...

Language and Grammar

10 Idiomatic Expressions You Must Know

Idiomatic Expressions are different from Idioms. An idiomatic expression is not about replacing a word with an idiom. For instance, 'leading the charge' means to be first. However, you cannot say, I l...

OET

50+ OET Vocabulary: Abbreviations

Here are some of the most commonly used abbreviations for OET. These will help you respond better to questions in the test which often use many of these abbreviations....

Language and Grammar

Never Make this Speaking Mistake

Avoid making this most common mistake! Go wrong in this, and your scores will fall flat. This post looks at one of the most common errors that test takers make that affects their score heavily....

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