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Estelle's Canadian Journey

My life in Canada: Moving to Canada as a student

IDP IELTS — February 17th, 2021

Thinking of moving to Canada? Estelle Nathan who has called the land of maple leaf home for 13 years, describes her life in Canada and why she loves the country. Read her story here

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Top 10 jobs in Canada for 2021

Top 10 jobs in Canada for 2021

IDP IELTS — February 17th, 2021

Thinking about migrating to Canada? As the economy begins to improve from the pandemic, let’s explore the top 10 jobs in Canada for 2021 that are predicted to be in-demand. Check more here.

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Will Using a Mask Affect Your Speaking Test?

IDP IELTS — November 25th, 2020

If I wear a mask, will it affect my Speaking test score? The short answer is: No, not in your IELTS Speaking test because we use real examiners. But some other tests, like Pearson PTE Academic, require you to talk to a computer, where it may affect your score. Read more here.

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There vs Their vs They’re – Learn The Difference

IDP IELTS — August 27th, 2020

What’s the difference between there vs their vs they’re? So, there is both an adverb and an exclamation. Their is a determiner. It can describe belonging to the people or things that were previously mentioned. They’re is a contraction and is used to shorten “they are”. Read more.

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Examiner Approved Tips for the IELTS Speaking Test

IDP IELTS — August 9th, 2020

Need to prepare for the IELTS Speaking test? We have listed 10 examiner approved tips to get a high score on your Speaking test. Use these tips while you prepare for your test to get a high band score on IELTS Speaking. Read more here.

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Eg vs ie – Learn The Difference

IDP IELTS — September 27th, 2020

Always wondered what the difference is between "eg" and "ie"? Let us explain. So, “e.g.” is an abbreviation for “exempli gratia”, a Latin phrase. “i.e.” is a also an abbreviation for the Latin phrase “id est”. Read more here.

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IELTS Speaking test

Your vs You’re: Learn the Difference

IELTS — May 8th, 2020

Your vs You’re: These two words cause a lot of confusion and it’s well worth to spend a few minutes to know the difference between the two. “Your” is a determiner. It can be described as belonging to or associated to someone that is being addressed. “You’re”, on the other hand, is a contraction and…

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Principle vs Principal – Learn The Difference

IELTS — March 31st, 2020

Grammar 101: Principle vs Principal – Learn The Difference Principle vs principal: These two words cause a lot of confusion and it’s well worth to spend a few minutes to know the difference between the two. “Principle” is a noun. It can be described as a rule or idea in relation to behaviour or how…

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Commonly Used Abbreviations & Acronyms

IELTS — March 3rd, 2020

The English language is forever evolving. With the wide use of technology in our modern society, there are always new words coming into play that may be hard for non-native English speakers to grasp. We’ll introduce you to the most commonly used abbreviations and acronyms used in daily life and on social media. The list…

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Feminine And Masculine Words in English

IDP IELTS — February 24th, 2020

Are there masculine or feminine words in English? In general, there’s no distinction between masculine and feminine in English nouns. But sometimes we show gender in different words when referring to people or animals. In this article we’ll explain gender in English language in more detail.