We’re back with another super special! Today I’ll be describing to you, in words, what I’m seeing. Then, you’ll be able to see how I’m able to follow the conversation because of it. This is going to be very useful for those of you who have difficulty with diagrams. So let’s get into it!
Have you ever started something that you didn’t know would be very beneficial to humanity? I have — and it’s this podcast. When I started it just over 3 years ago, I had no idea that it would be the number 1 TOEFL, TOEIC and IELTS podcast across all big platforms. I found a niche market, provided a service, and now I have an amazingly growing community.
In today’s podcast, we’ll be discussing just that, and big achievements throughout our lives.
Happy March, everyone! This was a consultation I had done back in December of last year and it was FIRE! To hear the golden nuggets that my student had given me can really be useful for a lot of you out there. So, please tune in to this podcast, have your notepad and stuff ready, and get ready to be amazed!
Update: As of December 15th, Bruna received the following scores.
Welcome back to another essay evaluation! This is a Patreon Special, so if you would like your essay to be evaluated, reach out to me! In today’s episode, we’re going to focus on the amazing structure my student had provided — but there were some small errors that could be a hindrance in the future if he continues making the same mistakes.
HAPPY THANKSGIVING, EVERYONE! Yes, we’re going through this, all the way through the holiday season. In today’s podcast, special shoutout to my Indian content writer who had achieved a massive IELTS band and passed with flying colors. So grateful to have coached her through this process. So, in saying that, let’s hear how she structures her speaking parts!
You read it right! In today’s podcast/live video, we’re going to be discussing how you can quickly think on your feet. I was having a discussion with a nurse recently and she has constant pauses and hesitations. This could be for a number of reasons, but the goal here is to rewire how you think. I don’t have difficulty with answering topics because there are associations/feelings with each word. For instance, if you say deforestation, I quickly think of either the fires raging in Brazil or the deforestation that takes place, quietly, in the north of Thailand. So, with that being said, here are some topics that you can write on index cards and play the game with your friends to start boosting your response rate.
- Challenging experience
- Learning English
- Future studies
- Benefits and drawbacks to international aid organizations
- You’ve been doing a long time
- Disadvantages for online auction sites
- A family you take after most…
- Your childhood neighbors
- Why do you go on holiday?
- Working with children in orphanage
- What do you dislike about science?
- New technology effect on future employment
- Extreme diets
- Online learning
- Business leaders
- Climate change
- endangered species
- Refugee crisis
- The future of cinema
Put the above bullet points on index cards and play it with friends!
We’re back with another MASSIVE listening. Now remember, you can get 1 on 1 coaching with me or private group coaching sessions in regards to any of the subskills to IELTS…just ask away! And with that being said, these IELTS videos/podcasts are HUGE. So here I am with another one! Make sure you check out my podcast/video down below a long with the table!
|Date||Type of Event||Details|
|17th||a concert||performers from Canada|
|18th||a ballet||company called (1) _______|
|a play||type of play: a comedy called|
Jemima has had a good (2) ________
|a (3) __________|
|show is called (4) _______________|
Write one word only for each answer
– Making (5) ___________ food
– (children only) Making (6) ____________
– (adults only) Making toys from (7) __________ using various tools
– Swimming in the (8) ___________
– Walking in the woods, led by an expert on (9) ____________
See the festival organizer’s (10) ____________ for more information
Podcast – Coming Soon
YouTube – Coming Soon
Make sure you write your answers down below and watch my video!
Welcome back to another IELTS Writing Task video, and today I’m going to be focusing, again, on opinion essays. Because I have a student on my Patreon who I’m coaching, I decided to do something that pertains to who’s on my membership. So, let’s go over different types of linking devices and an opinion essay that scored an overall 7.0 band.
Technique: use linking phrases like “if” and “unless” in your answers in order to hypothesize about effects.
Additional words: if, providing, provided, as long as and unless can all be used to hypothesize.
Example: A nation should nurture the talents of its people. It will then reap many benefits.
If a nation nurtures the talents of its people, it will reap many benefits.
a. Without being encouraged by parents and teachers, aspiring musicians will not develop.
b. Science may one day stop the aging process in humans, but will this benefit mankind?
c. If there is no effort made to keep traditional farming methods alive, they will disappear.
d. If innovation is encouraged, many new jobs will be created.
As long as ____________________________________________.
Complete the following sentences using your own ideas.
a. Provided parents have an interest in music, _______________.
b. If government support for arts projects is not available, ____________.
c. Unless entrance to museums and art galleries is free,_______________.
d. Providing young scientists are given the right opportunities,______________
Task: The money spent on space research has brought enormous benefits to mankind, but it could be more usefully applied. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
The question of whether money could be usefully applied to tackle the crisis around the world rather than spent in on space research is a very controversial issue and it is now a matter of considerable public concern. There are, therefore, people on both sides of the argument who have feelings either for or against.
Many people believe that money should be spent to solve food crisis in Africa and South Asia. Droughts, for example, left Africa with famine. Every 30 seconds an African child dies of hunger and about 45% of children in South Asia suffer from malnutrition. Similarly, the global issue is the conflict of AIDS in Africa. Although, there are numerous factors in the spread of HIV/AIDS, it is largely recognized as a disease of poverty. Medicines, for instance, are very expensive and the government in poor countries can not afford to treat the disease, therefore millions are dying, while in rich countries people are living longer.
Having said that, however, some people oppose the former argument. They claim that space research has brought enormous benefits to mankind. Recently, NASA has launched satellites for weather and climate, which will give the scientists a unique view of earth’s atmosphere, helping them to improve their abilities to forecast weather and predict climate change.
From what has been discussed above we may draw the conclusion that both points of view have their merits. Although, human life has priority in our societies, advanced research should be carried out to find another source of energy, water on other planet, and to understand the planets and its’ effect on earth for the benefit of all.
We’re back for the last installment of this wonderful soul! She does an excellent job but lots of repetition of words is what hinders her overall success. However, there’s a book that comes to mind and a specific unit that will help her overcome that in less than two days. So, in saying that, I hope you guys enjoy this last episode of this super 17-year-old!
The glorious 17-year-old student with a phenomenal accent, rhythm, enunciation, and intonation. She knows when to rise, and when to call. If any of you are having pronunciation issues, she’s the perfect example of WHAT to do. Listen to this Vietnamese phenom from Hanoi!