IELTS Speaking Task 1 – How to get a high score

Do you need to take the IELTS? I will teach you everything you need to get a higher score in Task 1 of the Speaking section of the exam! A lot of people have to take the IELTS exam when they immigrate or study overseas. Even if your English is good, you could get a low score in the Speaking section if you are not prepared. If you are taking this test, this video will help you. I’ll tell you what to expect and give you a lot of tips and strategies to do well! To test your understanding of the video, take the quiz at and for more IELTS tips, strategies, secrets, and sample questions and answers, go to Good Luck IELTS: Hi, there. My name is Emma, and in today’s lesson, we will be looking

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The Use Of Subject In Spoken & Written|| English Best Trick By Dharmendra Sir||

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How to start an English Sentence? Sentences की शुरूवात कैसे करेंगे? Conversation starters | in Hindi

How to start an English Sentence? Sentences की शुरूवात कैसे करेंखे? Conversation starters | in Hindi #englishthroughhindi #englishphrases #learnenglish Starting an English conversation is always tricky for beginners in English. In this English speaking practice lesson with Michelle you will learn some useful English phrases to start a sentence in English. You will find this English lesson extremely useful as these conversation starters would be a great help to start an English conversation anywhere, anytime. They would also be of great help when it comes to writing emails or essays. Let us know in the comment section below, how much this English lesson was helpful to you. https://youtu.be/B9DQW64EIXg You are watching this lesson on Learnex. We have

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How to use QUESTION TAGS? English Grammar Lesson | Rules & When you should use TAG Questions?

How to use QUESTION TAGS? English Grammar Lesson | Rules & When you should use TAG Questions? #questiontags #tagquestions #englishgrammar Question tags are short question that are added at the end of sentences, more often in spoken English for many different reasons. There are quite different rules to use question tags that are not difficult to learn for beginners in English. Question tags are of different types – Positive and Negative, Used with Auxiliary verbs, without auxiliary verbs, With Modal verbs, With ‘I’m’ etc. In this English Grammar lesson with Michelle learn how to use them and why you should use them in spoken English. You are watching this English Lesson on Let’s Talk – A library of more than 1300+ free English speaking videos to speak English fluently and confiden

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Polite requests and questions | Spoken English

In this spoken English lesson, you will learn several methods to make polite requests and ask questions. They are examples of formal English. A request is when we ask someone for something, either an object or perhaps asking someone to do something for us. Since we are asking for help, it is important to be polite. We must avoid being too direct. Examples of being too direct in English: Help me, please. Give me some sugar. Can you fix my car? These are all correct. The English grammar is correct. The other person will understand you but these requests are too direct and aggressive. People will be offended. Here are some structures to ask politely for something in spoken English. These are very useful, particularly in business English situations. Could you .. ? Could you + base form of

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Vocab Speed Quiz 33 | Important Tough Words from The Hindu Paper | Learn From Pratibha Ma’am

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Everyday English Speaking ||| English Daily Conversation

Do you want to learn English? The best way to learn English is to listen to it often and practice speaking it as often as possible. This video teaches English Phrases that you may hear in your daily life. It is useful for practicing your conversation skills. This video will help you improve your English speaking skills and your English listening skills. Listen to these useful English conversation phrases often and practice saying them. You will improve your speaking and listening ability very quickly this way. This is especially useful for those studying ESL and TOEFL or IELTS. Each Phrase Gets Repeated. Hay frases de inglés en esta lección. Esta lección le ayudará a entender mejor el inglés. Le ayudará a mejorar su “listening” de inglés. Bueno, espero… Good Luc

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Phrasal Verb To Tag Along Learn English

PHRASAL VERB: TO TAG ALONG – “Hey! You know, I was just wondering, on your next trip to Paris, can I tag along with you? Tag along. Tag along.” – Today, we look at a phrasal verb that is a complete mystery. I’m not sure why “to tag along” means to accompany someone wherever he or she is going, but it is something that we definitely say. – Why? Your guess is as good as mine, but I think it comes from the idea of price tags being stuck on to items at the store and everywhere that item goes, the tag follows it, or “tags along.” For example, a price tag on a T-shirt tags along with the T-shirt. This is just a guess, but it makes sense in my head. – – – Here are a few more examples of how you can use this phrasal verb – – “My brother is going out on a date tonight, and I hope he doesn’t

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How to form Question Tags? – English Grammar Lesson

Question tags — English Grammar Lesson Question tags are the short questions that we put on the end of sentences — particularly in spoken English. There are lots of different question tags but the rules are not difficult to learn. In this video lesson Ceema explains, how to form a question tag – Intonation Question tags can either be ‘real’ questions where you want to know the answer or simply asking for agreement when we already know the answer. If the question tag is a real question we use rising intonation. Our tone of voice rises. If we already know the answer we use falling intonation. Our tone of voice falls. Positive/negative If the main part of the sentence is positive, the question tag is negative …. He’s funny, isn’t he? You work in a bank, don’t you? …And if the ma

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Common Hongkong Slang “Hea” | One Minute English EP#6

English Tutorial by The English Teacher Hong Kong Learn more Hongkong phrases for Beginners Check out this video https:// Common Hong Kong slang “Hea” This is not Chinglish, but simply Hong Kong slang. All depends on the context 1. Relaxing, hanging around, lazing around, killing time, idling, vegging out. 2. Procrastinating, avoiding work, being unproductive. 3. Doing something without great effort or enthusiasm. Improve, people! You can do that! You have greatness in you. You have to LOOK for it. Love you all! Mr David Who is this guy? ================================== Hi. I’m David(o). I’m an entrepreneur, model, and educator. I give people the confidence to communicate in English fluently and I instil a natural English awa

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