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Mohini Mudaliar: Thank you so much for these lessons...your tips are very helpful...I absolutely love the way you describe the whole content so perfectly...helps me understand it without any difficulty. You have been such a great help..Thank you soooooooooo much :)

Nathan Cavalcanti: Great lessons!!! Keep up!! obs: in the corrected writing... the comma is after "system".. "During this evaluation system, each ..." instead of "During this evaluation, system each ..." seeu

drasmaa wahby: Hi Sir, I see that you make your response in just one paragraph, should we do it as such during the exam? or it's better to divide it into 3 paragraphs? thanks

maiada mohsen: Overall Band 7.5 Listening 8.5 Reading 8.0 Writing 6.0 Speaking 7.0 these are my scores just got them :) thank you very much for your help, your videos had helped me alot. so Thank you again 

Khongor Naiz: Thank you very much! Can we skip some unimportant stages if there are too many steps or do we need to mention each one? 

AcademicEnglishHelp: Yes, it is. In fact, it is a good idea to use as many synonyms in your writing as you can to improve your score. However, make sure to use only words and expressions which you know - do not experiment during the test.

Katherine Grebenyuk: Thanks!

AcademicEnglishHelp: Question 1: In the IELTS, correct structure is much more important than the application of formal verbs in this context (ex. 'concludes' rather than 'goes'). However, if you have the formal vocabulary it is a good idea to use it. Question 2: Since the flow chart represents different possible outcomes which depend on the decisions of the interviewer, the conditional tense is well applied. Good questions, always be skeptical and ask 'why'? - this is key to critical thinking.

Mizan Rahman: thanks for the post.

azhar fouad: Thank you. I want to ask you if I can write for task1 and task2 then send it to you to correct it for me?

Najah Mohammed: I am so glad that you made the task 1 more clearly. I have understand the way you explained, and the most likely thing that you made us visualize how to write. I hope I will do well on my IELTS test.

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Milad Shaker: You're using informal verbs in the essay while it's a formal description bout a administrative process which usually is written and described formally .,Verbs like to go successful-hand sth in -Pass sth on to sb. Isn't it a mistake?If not why ? Also the process is determined and clear and doesn't require spaculations or possibility, but you are using future conditional tense (the applicant will likely be hired for this position ) while it's explicit a successful interview end up with hire .

AcademicEnglishHelp: Hi Wahab, Those are very good scores. If you want/need all 7.0, then you need to practice more. What is the fastest way? I think joining our full course at aehelp.com is the fastest way to improve your scores. It would not take long with our materials to raise your writing and listening scores, as well as your other scores. Send us an email at admin@aehelp.com and we'll send you a discount coupon code!

AcademicEnglishHelp: Hi Tran, No, you can't. "Liable to" has a negative connotation (as well as being slightly colloquial). It's a phrase that should never be used on IELTS.

Trần GJen: Can i use ''liable to'' instead of ''likely to''?

techno elmax: does this description have to be in only one paragraph?! or you can write it divided in three parts?! intro, main body and conclusion?! thank you

AcademicEnglishHelp: Hi Milad, "Devolving" is a very rare word in English, usually only used when discussing politics. Unfortunately, you have also used it incorrectly. The word that you may be thinking of is "bestowing". This, while still a rare word, is more common than "devolving". You have to be careful when using a thesaurus - some words are incredibly rare in English, and using them will not only confuse the reader, but also "stick out" as words found by looking in a thesaurus.

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Milad Shaker: by the way thank u so much for your awesome videos .

Milad Shaker: And can we say :"before devolving the position un/upon him /her"instead of "before gaining employment position" ??

wahab geo: I got result of Reading 7, Speaking 7, Writing 6.5, Listening 6.5. Please advise is there any quick way to improve to all sections 7.0. Many thanks. I did take academic one

AcademicEnglishHelp: Question 1: In the IELTS, correct structure is much more important than the application of formal verbs in this context (ex. 'concludes' rather than 'goes'). However, if you have the formal vocabulary it is a good idea to use it. Question 2: Since the flow chart represents different possible outcomes which depend on the decisions of the interviewer, the conditional tense is well applied. Good questions, always be skeptical and ask 'why'? - this is key to critical thinking.

Katherine Grebenyuk: Is it possible to use 'in case' instead of 'if'? Thanks in advance, Kathy
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