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IELTS - Mistakes people make during Speaking module
This is something all IELTS aspirants should read and understand so they can avoid making these mistakes like this during an IELTS speaking test. Sometimes an Indian candidate is more or less conversant...

Anindya Kumar Ghosh | 22/12/2016

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Building Vocabulary - Condition and Changes
It is important to build ones vocabulary when learning to speak English. Keep a record of new words that you come across or learn and review them from time to time and try to use them. Read up as much...

Anindya Kumar Ghosh | 22/12/2016

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How to score high in IELTS speaking?
The IELTS speaking module is designed to test your ability to produce english sentences when you are asked a question. HAving said that it is important that you practice to answer questions and form YOUR...

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Chhavi Pamnani | 3 days ago

The first one is partially correct but there is no need of using *I* again. the perfect way to say the same is: I neither smoke nor drink. We never use neither and nor consecutively as in the second sentence of yours. It is always I neither (activity) nor (activity).

Akshita Mishra | 3 days ago

They aren't same. It should be neither do I smoke nor do I drink.

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Venkatachalam V.k | 2 days ago

I request you to clearly specify your problem as well as what exactly you need. Then you can get correct answer.

Sowmiya Sv | 2 days ago

Pay coin and find out.

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Paul Prasanna | 23 hrs ago

Certainly.

Tarun Chawla | 11 hrs ago

Hey that comes over time. Learning their accent is a whole different exercise. I would suggest you go by slowly with focus on learning the technicalities of the language and also practice speaking it as much as possible. This shall help.

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Paul Prasanna | 23 hrs ago

I will give you a structured English rules to be followed and I will train you.

D Paul | 4 hrs ago

There are many ways to improve your English. Some of them are :- 1. Join a English speaking class where you can get your basics clear and firm. 2. Do an advance course in English speaking.

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Pragneshkumar Prajapati | 12 Jan

You have to be a native speaker first from your own perspective. Think See Speak in English. If you get that, you can speak like a native speaker after putting your 100% efforts for 6 months under a trainer's observation. Practice! Knowledge, Right Attitude earns you fluency.

Zimi John | 2 days ago

Hi Rohit, If you can speak English, then a neutral accent is fine. It is important to speak without any error rather an accent. If you are keen on improving your accent, you can listen to conversation on various movie channels, cd's on accent & language skills or undergo training at an institute. This involves a lot of practice on a regular basis.

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