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November 2018

IELTS Speaking Task 1: The Man-Made Environment

November 15 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm +03
$30.00

Who is the webinar for? This webinar is for both General Training and Academic ELTS candidates who would like to improve their Speaking Task 1 skills to achieve a 6.5 or higher band score on their next exam. Seating is limited to 6 candidates. During this IELTS webinar you will learn how to: Respond to personal questions answering questions on familiar topics speak about various aspects of where you live for Speaking Part 1 respond to wh-, would and Yes/No…

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IELTS Academic Writing Task 2: Comparing Graphs and Process Writing

November 22 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm +03
Free – $30.00

Who is the webinar for? This 90-minute webinar is for Academic IELTS candidates who want to improve their Writing Task 2 skills to achieve a 6.5 or higher band score on their next exam. During this IELTS webinar you will learn how to: • use time markers and the passive to describe a process • plan a description of a process • interpret scientific and technical diagrams • select and compare key features of charts, graphs and tables • structure an…

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IELTS Speaking Task 3: Giving a reasoned response

November 29 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm +03
$20.00

Who is the webinar for? In Part 3 of the Speaking Section of the exam you will be expected to give your personal views but you may also have to give a counter - or opposite view.  Having a view helps you develop a relevant, coherent answer. This 90-minute webinar is for General Training  and Academic IELTS candidates who want to improve their Speaking Task 3 skills to achieve a 6.5 or higher band score on their next exam. During…

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December 2018

IELTS Listening Task 2: Following a description – diagrams, maps and plans

December 8 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm +03
$25.00

Who is the webinar for? In the Listening Section of the exam, you may need to understand a diagram or follow a map, and you are usually trying to find out where things are, what something is made of or how it works.  You may be listening for places, buildings, names of parts or stages in a process. This 90-minute webinar is for General Training and Academic IELTS candidates who want to improve their Listening skills to achieve a 6.5 or…

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