Nargiza Bekmuratova: but there over than 150 words((( is it normally?
Kartik Saini: task 1 video is awesome..thanks
Jhumel Odvina: may i ask how many words have you used?
Arvind K. Sharma: I really enjoyed to learn Sir.
jobjob joygerry: Thank you so much for your generosity in sharing with us the knowledge that we need not only to pass but the opportunity to get a higher band score in the IELTS exam. I just hope and pray that I can make it on the 20th of February. Good day and may God bless you and your team always.
Yernar Sembek: it is really helpful, thanks'-'
Amani Al-Khalifa: neatly done! Thank you.
Wei Ping Koa: However, provided that the interview goes well, the applicant will likely be hired........... Provided is passive word?! Can it be changed to assume? Assume or assumed?
pranav patel: awesome video for tast 1.
S MH: Hello, Really Great. "This company has set up this ten step. .." or "This company has set up this ten steps ..." ?! Thanks
Sharon Paul: Thank you. It helps me a lot.
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?
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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''?
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