First time having a Q & A in a long time and I’m very excited about this one because of what I’m going to be talking about. When it comes to remembering vocabulary, you can tell a story with the syllables, visual imagery, and even word of association. I’ve listed quite a few examples in this text that hopefully will help you. If you have any other questions that you would like me to answer in a podcast, please let me know!
From bathroom toiletries, to the kitchen. There are a lot of items within the household that need to be “done away” with after a certain amount of months, but we keep it for up to 4x the amount of time. That’s the first part of the podcast.
The second part is the roles of women in Saudi Arabia and how it’s been changing. Because of the strict culture, non-married men and women cannot work together. So, for years, women have been confined to their homes…but times have changed. What makes a resumé impressive for future employers? Tune in!
We’re back with a great TOEFL iTP podcast/video today! In today’s episode, I’m going to go over this structurally easy talk, but also emphasize how important it is to figure out a suitable technique for you to follow the questions. Remember, tests this year are extremely difficult, so what you see me go over on today’s podcast/video is completely different from what you’ll experience. Tune in!
How often does the man usually talk to his great-grandmother?
- Every evening.
- Every week.
- Every Sunday.
- Every month.
What did the man’s great-grandmother tell him on the phone this morning?
- That she was eighty-five years old.
- That a storm was coming.
- That she was under a great deal of pressure.
- That she wanted to become a weather forecaster.
Where does the man’s great-grandmother say when she feels a storm coming?
- In her bones.
- In her ears.
- In her legs.
- In her head.
What will the man probably do in the future?
- Call his great-grandmother less often.
- Watch the weather forecasts with his great-grandmother.
- Help his great-grandmother relieve some of her pressures.
- Believe his great-grandmother’s predictions about the weather.
We’re back with a discussion point and a brand new chapter! In this podcast, I’ll be discussing four (more like three) start-ups that changed the world, as well as so many others. It’s amazing to see how technology has evolved, but to look back at some of these game-systems, telephones and social media apps….they didn’t start in their respective niche.
We’re diving into “adding emphasis” in a very deep way, so you guys better get ready for this extra-long explanation!
This is going to be excellent for a lot of you out there; whether you’re taking IELTS and trying to paraphrase the first paragraph of a task II, or just your writing in general. To paraphrase effectively, you need to change the original source material. Specialized terms can remain as they are, but you should paraphrase other language by:
- Changing passive verb forms to active verb forms, and vice versa.
- Using synonyms or different phrases that mean the same thing.
- Changing word forms.
- Changing the word order.
- Turning positive verbs to negative, and vice versa, where appropriate.
Welcome to a great listening today. What we’re going to hear today is people talking about their childhoods. The tasks will be down below (if you’re looking at the blog) if you want to know some of the answers, make sure you’re enrolled on my free Patreon.
Exam Success: In this type of activity, the terms listed on the question paper are paraphrased in the listening excerpts — making IELTS and other tests extremely difficult. So before you listen, it’s a good idea to quickly think about how some of the terms used could be paraphrased. This will help you locate the answers when you hear the audio recording.
Is overpopulation really a problem? Or, is it just a myth? This is going to be a very long read/listening (in the podcast or in the blog), so you better get ready! Also, for IELTS learners, there’s an exercise down below (fill in the blank) that you can do.
A nominal clause is a group of words that performance the same function as a noun. They can be the subject or object of a sentence; Example: Families are getting smaller (= subject) // The UN estimates that by 2030 the world will need 50% more food. (= object)
Nominal clauses include clauses which follow that, if/whether, and questions.
BOOM! We’re here with the writing segment! I’m excited to debut this because I know a lot of you are have troubles with getting grades on your writing. A student of mine had submitted is independent essay, so it’s time to break it down, little by little, and give tips and techniques on how to construct your essay and evaluate how he did on his.
Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? In the past, young people depended too much on their parents to make decisions for them; today young people are better able to make decisions about their own lives. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.
No one can deny that there are both positive and negative aspects of the parents presence and their effect on their children. If I were asked to choose, I would definitely agree. It is my firm belief that in the past children relied on their parents but nowadays they are capable of making their own decisions for 2 reasons, and I will develop these ideas in the subsequent paragraphs.
To begin with, in the past there were no sources of information besides our parents so it was very hard to get advice which will help you make a decision. Children had to rely on their parents and their experiences to help them decide on what they want. I have to admit that my opinion on this matter has been profoundly influenced by my own personal experience. You see, about 15 years ago, I was debating about which college to join so I needed my parents advice to help me decide on which college I would choose, my father started to ask me a lot of questions to discover my interests and potentials and as a result, he helped me to choose my college. For this reason, children in the past needed their parents and depended on them in making their decisions.
Secondly, nowadays the internet is the key to solving a lot of problems and helping almost everyone in different aspects of their lives. Children today are capable of using such technology and they have a huge database that they can search and get information from. Drawing from my own experience, my younger brother after finishing his high school decided that he doesn’t wanna join college and will start his own private business so he and his friends started a small business as they have done their research and decided that joining college will be a waste for their time. Moreover, children today influence one another more than their parents as they spend most of their time together and come up with solutions for whatever they might encounter in their lives. It is certainly clear that children now can be self reliant and depend on themselves.
In light of the above-mentioned reasons, I strongly believe that children in the past depended mostly on their parents but now they make their own decisions.Anonymous student
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