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To ensure everyone has a productive and pleasant experience in the IELTS forum, please follow the rules and guidelines on this page.
This forum is only for English learners and IELTS test takers. It is not for the promotion or sale of any product or service. We will remove posts that promote products and services for sale, including those that offer false and fake IELTS scores.
People who take IELTS are from all over the world. Please be sensitive and appreciative of cultural differences that may exist. The forum is moderated and we respectfully reserve the right to edit or delete conversations that contain topics or language that has the potential to offend our global, multicultural participants.
We love humor, however please be sensitive! Please do express your creative side and make us all laugh – comedy is a great way to learn your way around a language and culture – but jokes that make fun of people or their culture can do real harm and make people feel uncomfortable, so take care with your words.
The IELTS forum promotes respect. Let’s treat each other well here – we are all learning and need and deserve encouragement and support. Give compliments, build up people’s confidence – they will return your kindness, and you will feel good!
Introduce yourself – people are the most interesting thing on earth!
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Go forth and support each other to become proficient in English and do profoundly well in IELTS…
We hope you enjoy the forum!
– The IELTS Australia team
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