Here’s another SoundCloud podcast. This one has lots of great vocabulary to use when talking about your friends and family. Listen carefully and identify the collocations.
Here’s another video which could loosely be categorized under any of the IELTS sections on this site. It doesn’t talk about any one particular topic but it’s greatest strength lies in the fact that it is full of data – tables, charts, and graphs – similar to ones you would expect to find in IELTS Writing Task 1. For that reason, I’m going to categorize this video as a must-watch. 🙂 Don’t just watch the video, get the most out of ted-ed – develop your listening skills, note down some useful vocabulary, and answer the questions along with the video.
Hans Rosling displays 10 years of UN data in visually delicious charts and graphs, showing front-page worthy, mostly unreported good news.
Which piece of information did you find the most important? Share your ideas in the comments below.
In the comments below, make notes on how you will structure your response.
Some people think that in the modern world we have become more dependent on each other, while others think that people are now more independent. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.
See here how to answer IELTS writing task 2 questions . I’ll post a model answer soon.
Here’s a great video I came across the other day. It explores questions of gender, socialization and equality – all three are popular topics in IELTS exams. Don’t just watch the video, get the most out of ted-ed – develop your listening skills, note down some useful vocabulary, and answer the questions along with the video.
Alex Gendler traces the history of marriage back to ancient times, explores how the purpose and meaning of marriage has changed over the years and the different kinds of unions that mean marriage.
With the rapid increase in divorce rates, has marriage become obsolete? Share your ideas in the comments below.
Here’s the model answer to last week’s IELTS Speaking Part 2 question.
I’m going to talk about a small GI Joe toy soldier when I was little.
I can’t remember exactly when I got it. It must have been sometime before my seventh birthday because I was remember playing with it at my birthday party. (more…)
Here’s the answer to last week’s question.
The answer to that question completely depends on what you believe is the purpose of toys. They are generally used for entertainment, education or to develop a child’s motor skills. Educational toys may not be accepted by children due to lack of entertainment. They will want toys to play with and throw around. (more…)