Adjectives & Prepositions

 

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Hello Ramana7983,

You can find some useful IELTS materials on this page, and I also recommend that you visit the British Council's Take IELTS site, which has a great deal of material which will help you, including practice tests, exercises, information about the exam, tips and so on.

I hope those links are helpful. Good luck!

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

continuously follow up the same website, but I have to learn to directly because short period of my immigration program

would you please help me with the second sentence please?

What Adjective a need to use?

Hello Kirk,
My name is Radek. Thanks a lot for your answer, appreciate it. I got it. While I go through your web sites I can see there is a lot of for me to learn.
FYI: I'm trying to get ready myself for a FCE/CAE examination so looking for a best source of information. A source that can help me to pass the tests. Unfortunately, I can't joint a language course because my job abroad which takes most of my daytime. I try to learn 2 hours a day during my evening/night time.
Can you advise me, please, an effective way which would be the best to split my evening learning time (I mean e.g. 1 hour grammar + 30 minutes writing + 30 minutes reading)? I work for an English company so I communicate on daily basis. I learn from FCE and CAE textbooks.
Thank you very much again for your time and wish you and your team all the best
Have a nice day
Radek

Hello Radek,

I can't really give you this kind of advice without knowing what your current strengths and weaknesses are - obviously, if you have more problems with grammar than with reading then you should focus on that, but I can't make that judgement.

I would advise you to try some practice papers, which you can surely find in your textbooks, so that you can see where your strengths and weaknesses are, and then adjust your time accordingly.  After some time, try another practice test to see if you have improved.  Remember that with these kinds of exams it is important to be familiar with what is required in the exam as otherwise even someone who is very strong in a given area can get a low score.  Therefore even though you have plenty of opportunity to communicate at work you should still pay attention to the speaking part of the exams, so you can achieve a score which is a good and fair representation of your ability.

Best wishes and good luck!

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

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