I have a special treat for you to boost your English and IELTS skills for a high Band Score.
Here is today’s class agenda:
IELTS Tip: 6 Global IELTS Tips
Inspiration: Be prepared to strike.
Vocabulary: On Energy – Fossil Fuels
Good English: Hanged vs. Hung
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6 Global IELTS Tips – Video 2
The #7 IELTS Tip o’ Day, I release the second video in my e-Course – 42 Ways to Achieve IELTS Excellence – with 6 tips to keep in mind during your IELTS preparation.
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In Video 2, you get general advice to keep in mind not only during your preparation, but while presenting the exam.
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You need a positive perspective and clear mind to do well on the IELTS.
Every day of the IELTS Tips use the inspirational quotes to surge ahead with your exam studies and you’ll have greater confidence on exam day.
The inspirational quote today concerns being prepared to act when the time arrives by Edwin Markham.
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While increasing your vocabulary is one of the best moves for a high IELTS Band Score, most candidates are under-prepared to use a resourceful English lexicon.
Be particularly aware of the common topics on the exam and match your lexicon accordingly.
Energy is a favorite category in the Writing Section. However, don’t limit your study to just words in these common topics.
Our term for the day is: fossil fuels.
Definition: Noun – energy sources like coal, and natural gas from animal deposits in the earth.
Example: Companies that produce fossil fuels are blamed for making climate change worse.
For more vocabulary terms to study, check out my e-Text, Grow Your Word Power: 301 Useful Vocabulary Terms.
Good IELTS grammar is essentials for an optimal Band Score and thus I include it in your IELTS class today.
The Good English quiz tests your English grammar.
Use these helpful hints to boost your English grammar for IELTS excellence.
Today, you learn how to use hanged and hung in your English sentences and conversations.
The answer to the Good English Question is:
Missy hung a picture of her parents on her office wall.
Even some native English speakers mix up these terms.
The confusion comes from the fact that both words are the past tense of HANG.
However, there is a nuanced difference depending on how you plan to use the word.
From The Grammarist:
Use hung when you talk about putting up a picture on an office wall, for example.
Use hanged when you talk about the grotesque act of dying by hanging.
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