IELTS 2019 best youtube videos

Best IELTS Youtube videos I made in 2019 so far for the speaking and writing test to give you tips and strategies to increase your score.

IELTS speaking strategies part 1

IELTS test speaking strategiesto use in Part 1 of the IELTS speaking exam. Strategies for different question types are explained in this video.

vocabulary overuse in your IELTS test

vocabulary overuse in your IELTS will decrease your score. I highlighted in the essay words that I feel would be better left out of an essay. They serve no purpose other than to make communication more difficult. Note that they can be removed and leave an easier to read sentence. They will only be of value if they are adding precision or clarity to the arguments you are trying to make but they are not.

Vocabulary overuse in your IELTS test

Vocabulary overuse in your IELTS will decrease your score. I highlighted in the essay words that I feel would be better left out of an essay. They serve no purpose other than to make communication more difficult. Note that they can be removed and leave an easier to read sentence. They will only be of value if they are adding precision or clarity to the arguments you are trying to make but they are not.

Best Dictionary for IELTS TEST

Best online dictionary for IELTS with powerful features to see synonyms and idiomatic expressions. You can also hear how the word is pronounced.

idiomatic expressions

Idiomatic expressions for your IELTS speaking test in 2019 increases your score. Using idioms is a way to show the examiner your talent with vocabulary and increase your score in the speaking exam.

FAQ IELTS SPEAKING TEST

Questions most often asked about the IELTS speaking test in 2019.

speaking speed in your IELTS test

This video talks about the right speed for you to speak at. It covers speaking too fast and too slowly.

memorised answers in IELTS speaking test

Dangers with memorising answers for part 2 of the IELTS speaking test are covered in this video along with ways to fool the examiner that your answer is not memorised.

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