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IELTS Review

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The IELTS (International English Language Test System) is administered by the British Council, the University of Cambridge, and IDP Education Australia. The test primarily uses British English, and, as a result, is most commonly used by people whose destinations are the UK, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada. The IELTS test can be used to apply for a migrant visa or employer-sponsored work visas, and is also accepted by universities in most English-speaking countries.

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The IELTS (International English Language Test System) is administered by the British Council, the University of Cambridge, and IDP Education Australia. The test primarily uses British English, and, as a result, is most commonly used by people whose destinations are the UK, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada. The IELTS test can be used to apply for a migrant visa or employer-sponsored work visas, and is also accepted by universities in most English-speaking countries.The IELTS has two versions: Academic and General. For work and study, participants will need to take the Academic test. The General test is usually used by people who want to migrate for reasons unrelated to work and study and, thus, focuses more on broad, everyday social situations that require English proficiency.
Speaking

  • Dos and Don’ts
  • How to speak comfortably and confidently
  • How to organize your thoughts and know what you’re going to say
  • Spoken grammar and pronunciation
  • Practice/Mock tests
Writing Test

  • Dos and Don’ts
  • How to organize your thoughts and follow an outline
  • How to structure your answers
  • Written Grammar
  • Timing
  • Practice/Mock tests
Listening Test

  • Dos and Don’ts
  • How to identify and understand accents.
  • Synonyms
  • Question types and how to deal with them.
  • How to make the most of your time
  • Practice/Mock tests
Reading Test

  • Dos and Don’ts
  • Academic vs. General
  • How to use your time
  • The order in which to do things
  • How to deal with certain questions types
  • Common errors
  • Practice/Mock tests

Outline

Module Activity Module Activity
Module 1: About Yourself: Introduce and describe yourself Speaking/Pronunciation:

  • Greetings – formal/informal
  • Use adjectives to describe personalities
  • Small Talk (starting, sustaining and ending conversations).
  • Form WH questions/tag questions
  • Identify synonyms and antonyms.
  • Word Stress – questions/statements

Listening:

  • Respond to the trainer’s dictated questions and answers
  • Respond to other students
Module 6: Friends/Family/Housework Speaking/Pronunciation:

  • Answer open-ended questions
  • Presenting using charts
  • Make word associations
  • Common phrases and idioms

Listening:

  • Respond to the trainer’s questions on Family and Friends.
Module 2: Hometown/ Accommodation/ Country/ Residence Speaking/Pronunciation: 

  • Applying connecting words 
  • Using the present perfect tense in speaking
  • Using There is and There are
  • Common everyday phrases used for home/hometown
  • Idioms relating to home/hometown

Listening: 

  • Respond to the trainer’s questions on accommodation and residence
Module 7: Education: School Majors/ High School Speaking/Pronunciation: 

  • Answering Yes/No Questions
  • Word Stress
  • Synonyms and Suffixes
  • Expressing “I don’t know”
  • Collocations and expressions
  • Common phrases and idioms

Listening: 

  • Respond to the trainer’s questions on Education.
  • Word Stress
Module 3: Entertainment: TV/ Reading/ Music/ Newspapers Speaking/Pronunciation: 

  • Small Talk on TV shows and music
  • Express “Like”
  • Avoid being too general by including plenty of details
  • Giving opinions
  • Expressing emotions 

Listening: 

  • Recall the different genres of movies and music. 
  • Respond to the trainer’s questions.
Module 8: Environment: Weather/ Seasons Speaking/Pronunciation: 

  • Recall a fable 
  • Differentiate active vs passive voice
  • Describe experiences using collocations and connectives
  • Apply word stress on verbs vs nouns
  • Ask about clothing and colors

Listening: 

  • Respond to the trainer’s questions on environment
Module 4: Career/ Planning/ Volunteering Speaking/Pronunciation: 

  • Use collocations for jobs
  • Use frequency expressions
  • Describing a job or career with future expressions
  • Asking about other people’s jobs
  • Sharing experiences – positive and negative
  • Common phrases and idioms relating to work and business

Listening: 

  • Respond to the trainer’s questions on Jobs.
Module 9: Dealing with complaints and difficult situations Speaking/Pronunciation:

  • Dealing with emotions
  • Positive Language
  • Saying ‘No’
  • Passive and Active voice
  • ‘I’ statements

Listening:

  • Respond to the trainer’s questions
  • Listening to scenarios
Module 5: Lifestyle: Travel/ Health Speaking/Pronunciation: 

  • Answering questions about health and fitness.
  • Giving opinion on conditional sentences about health
  • Pronunciation: /ou/ sounds
  • Describing experiences/emotions about past vacations
  • Talking about the future
  • Persuasive language 

Listening: 

  • Respond to the trainer’s dictated questions and answers on travel and health
  • Filling in  the blanks
Mock Test

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