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hi every body...well...i was wondering if any one can help me to improve and develop my English! so if you have any advice...rules i must follow...anything can help...please let me know
thank you a lot

Hi Sarah,
I am going for the IELTS 2nd time last in 2011,
Practicing for that nowadays,I'm also seeking someone to practice spoken English ,
-----------------------.as I can not show my email and other details on web
Thanks,
Manish.

Hello Manish,

It's great that you want to practise speaking, but I'm afraid that any sort of personal information is not allowed, which is why part of your comment has been deleted. We plan to introduce a forum in which users can contact each other in the future, but I'm afraid it will be some time before it is released.

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Hi SARAHSARA,

The best place I can recommend for you is the British Council's page for IELTS candidates TakeIELTS, where you can find tips and suggestions, practice materials, mock exams and sample answers.

Best wishes and good luck!

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

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Hi iam in uk ,i want make ilest exam but i have problems in writing,what advice

Hello saeed fadul,

For detailed information on the exam, including the writing section, I recommend you visit the British Council's TakeIELTS site. You'll find there practice materials, mock exams, sample answers to writing papers and comments on these and more. I'm sure it will be a great help.

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Hello teachers,
My name is Narendra Nishadraj and I am preparing for my english exam but I am stuck by some of questions. I love English language but sometimes it get confused me. There are some questions and I have to correct in closed inverted commas. Please tell me the answer and why that option will be used. I will be grateful to you. Thank you.

1. Despite the assurances of good faith, people could not read "along" the lines.
A. On
B. Between
C. Through
D. No improvement

2. The arm was so badly injured that he "had had" it amputated.
A. Had to have
B. Should have
C. Must have
D. No improvement

3. As the principal, he should have given precise instructions, "ought he?"
A. Shouldn't he
B. Oughtn't he
C. Wouldn't he
D. No improvement

4. England has "so" been famous for her playwrights.
A. Ever
B. Since
C. Long
D. No improvement

Hello Narendra Nishadraj,

I'm sorry to disappoint you but I'm afraid we don't do users' exercises from other sources for them. If we tried to do so then we'd have no time for anything else as we would be inundated with such requests! These questions deal with a wide range of areas, from grammar to vocabulary. Using the dictionary on the site (on the right) and the grammar section (in the menu at the top) you should be able to work through these issues and then we'll be happy to answer any specific questions you might have

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

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