IELTS Writing Task 2: 8 steps towards a band 8 To achieve a Band 8 in Writing Task 2, you will need to produce an essay that contains all the positive features contained in the band 8 writing assessment criteria. Let’s take a look at these in the table below. Task response sufficiently addresses all parts…
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What’s the difference between who and whom? We’ve provided some easy guide on understanding the grammatical rules. We’ve also given some examples on how to use who and whom correctly. If you want to avoid mistakes in using who vs whom, read on.
Grammar 101: Subjects and Objects in English by Vincent — August 20th, 2019 If you want to understand the grammar behind English language, let’s have a look at the subject and object in sentences. As a basic rule: The subject is the person or thing doing something. The object is having something done to it. Also do the grammar…
We've got some tips from English teacher Jay and David. Read here what happens when English language expert Alex does IELTS on computer. Of course, she'll also share some tips with you. Read more here.
English teachers don’t usually sit an English language proficiency test, right? We've spoken with Jay, and this time we'll hear from English teacher David. Read here what happens when an English language expert does IELTS on computer.
Researchers from MIT –the top university in the world– found that Artificial Intelligence, is biased. So, what does it mean when machines that are testing your English language ability are unfair? Read it here.
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