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100 Australian Slang Words And Phrases – Updated 2020

IELTS — January 5th, 2020

100 Australian Slang Words & Phrases by Vincent — August 16th, 2019 There are lots of Australian slang words that you should learn when you live in Australia. Whether you’re here for a couple of weeks as a tourist, or if you’re here for work and study, this list of 100 Australian slang words and…

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English teacher Alex does computer-delivered IELTS

IELTS — August 17th, 2019

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.

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English teacher David does computer-delivered IELTS

IELTS — July 31st, 2019

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.

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English teacher Jay does computer-delivered IELTS

IELTS — July 31st, 2019

English teachers don’t usually sit an English language proficiency test, right? Read here what happens when English language expert Jay does IELTS on computer. And, he'll also share some tips with you.

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IELTS on computer vs IELTS on paper

IELTS — July 20th, 2019

If you’ve done IELTS before, you might know the paper test. So, what about the computer test? IELTS on computer is exactly the same test as paper-based IELTS, but instead of writing your answers on paper, you will type them on a computer. Read the benefits of computer here.

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Online IELTS training program for teachers

IELTS — June 21st, 2019

English language teachers in Australia can now receive professional development points for IDP’s ‘IELTS Teacher Training Program’ following English Australia’s decision to formally recognise the online course. How? Read more here.

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Grammar 101: Elude vs. allude

IELTS — February 6th, 2019

In the Grammar 101 series we look at commonly confused words. This time we cover elude vs allude. Elude is defined as 'to escape from or avoid a danger.' You can use elude when you want to avoid something. Allude can be defined as 'to suggest; or indirectly call attention to something.'

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中文雅思备考手册正式发布

IELTS — January 25th, 2019

如果您正在准备雅思考试,让我们为您提供助力。雅思备考手册将为您提供有关雅思考试的介绍,以及考试技巧和建议。

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How to write the date correctly

IELTS — January 13th, 2019

What is the correct date format in English? How you write the date usually depends on whether you write a formal letter or an informal note. We'll explain the best way to write the date. Read here.

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Homophones, homographs & homonyms

IELTS — November 30th, 2018

Have you come across words that are spelled the same, but have different meanings? Or words that are spelled differently, but sound the same? We call these words homophones, homographs or homonyms. Let’s have a look at the difference. Read more here.

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IELTS Australia invites all test takers and English students to practice their English by writing a blog for publication. Would you like to participate? You can by emailing us a blog post about learning English and studying in Australia, or your experience living in Australia. Don’t forget to tell us a little about yourself!

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