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星期五,2014年07月18日      

I have taken IETLS twice, but reading is only 5, I will take the exam one month later, how to improve reading soon?

Kishore:   There is no magic approach to improving reading, it takes time and practice. When you practice make sure you cover all the different question types in the reading test. When you check your answers try to understand why those are the correct answers. When you practice, read the questions first – decide what information you need – then decide what reading strategies to use – for example skimming or scanning There is more guidance and advice here http://www.chinaielts.org/guide/band_descriptors_reading.shtml Don’t worry if you do not understand all the words – you may not need to understand everything

星期五,2014年07月18日      

Hello, how to improve IELTS listening in the short time? My current score is 4.5, how to reach 5 or 5.5?

Kishore:   There is no magic approach to improving listening, it takes time and practice. When you practice, read the questions first – then decide what information you need. Sometimes you can even guess the answer with this approach. It is important to get your mind focused on the theme. Also, watch for synonyms – you often see a key word in a question, then hear a different word with a similar meaning in the listening – you have to make these connections. There is more guidance and advice here https://www.chinaielts.org/guide/band_descriptors_listening.shtml

星期四,2014年07月17日      

我在大学本科学的是Marketing,成绩不是特别优秀,当然也不差哈,排名在前年级前20吧,主要是中国大学那些浪费时间的必修课我都挂了,像什么马克思主义哲学、毛泽东思想、邓小平理论等,但专业课我的成绩都很优异,期末考试得分都在85分以上,我想请问一下像我这样的情况能不能申请到美国的常青藤大学Marketing专业?

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星期日,2014年09月21日      

In writting task 2, question like "What are the advantages and disadvantages relates to this topic", do you have to state your own opinion in the essay?? Thanks

Kishore:   Simple answer - yes, you are expected to state your opinion. For example, you could say that, in your opinion, the advantages outweigh the disadvantages, or the opposite, or that they two are equal.

星期五,2014年09月19日      

hi, kishore,nice to meet you here.I just graduated from high school and i want to go abroad for futher study.I stareted perparing the IELTS Test these days.My targer is to get a band of 7 to 8.Can you give me some advice on improving my speaking and writing please?It's hard to find opportunities to practice my spoken English in our university .How can i make progress in the two aspects with a relatively tight schdule? I feel it difficult to strike a balance between my regular courses and IELTS Test preparation.Do you have any suggestions?I also need some advice on expanding my range of vocabulary.

星期五,2014年09月19日      

The first time I took part in the exam,I got 6 in written work.But the second time I got5.5 in writing.I don't know why,because the method I prepare it is the same as the first time.I want to know what I should do and how I take exercise now to prepare my third time exam in October 26.

Kishore:   Hi. The slight difference in those writing scores can happen - there could be any number of reasons, perhaps your ideas and arguments were not quite as strong in the second exam, perhaps you made a few more grammatical or vocabulary-related mistakes. I cannot say for sure. In terms of preparation, I suggest you look through all the videos here to understand precisely what is expected in the writing test, and also learn the tips that are suggested ?http://www.iqiyi.com/v_19rrhtfbv4.html. Also look at the writing section on Road to IELTS where you will have the chance to practice some techniques. Good luck!

星期五,2014年09月19日      

I am very confused about how to use "-"symbol. For example, "low-risk investment". Will I loose mark if I write "low risk investment "?

Kishore:   You would not lose any marks for this specific example. It is difficult to generalise so I cannot say this will always happen in all cases.

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星期五,2014年10月31日      

i will have the speaking exam this sunday and i am very afriad of being asked a difficult question in part2.help!TAT

Colin:   Just remember that the IELTS speaking test is about communicating. It’s okay to pause, hesitate, start again, make small mistakes… Just focus on communicating YOUR ideas to the examiner. Best of luck!

星期五,2014年10月31日      

How can I improve my listening ability?

Colin:   If you can work with a good teacher the following might be easier…the different task types assess different listening skills such as listening for main ideas and listening for detail. Find out what you are already good at and what you need to improve in. There are a variety of different listening sub-skills so it’s good to find out which are your strengths and areas for development… oh of course you need to practice listening too! Visit learnEnglish.britishcouncil.org.cn for different listening activities.

星期五,2014年10月31日      

Hi colin, m I late? Can you help me with my writing problem? I feel blank when dealing with writing task 2..it is really difficult for me to generate a 150 words...I don't know what to start ,how should I expand my answer? Help me please

Colin:   Hello! You need to spend some time brainstorming ideas. So the fact that you are thinking about generating ideas is good thing! First thing to do is read the topic and then understand it. Then on a piece of paper or the question paper, make notes about any ideas that come to mind. You can increase your ideas by looking at the question from different perspectives…what might an older or very young person say? What ideas are there from a(n) economic/environmental/political/society perspective etc.? When you have some ideas you need to organise them. You need to practise generating and organising your ideas. Practice is important. Look at our online prep course www.roadtoIELTS.com for more ideas on generating ideas.

星期四,2014年10月30日      

Hi colin, from your opinion, what kind of key facts I need to be ware of for the preparation of IELTS listening test? I found i can easily get lost during the test...not easy to concentrate on the content for me....

Colin:   Hello! You need to remember that the test is designed with lots of places to start again (section 1, section 2 etc.). Also remember that the test is designed so that you can answer question 5 without knowing the answer to question 4, for example. Spend the silent time, reading the tasks and doing two things: predicting possible answers (and then listening to check or reconfirm your ideas); predicting possible paraphrases of the words in the question. If you are getting lost it helps to listen for paraphrases (similar words) that are used in the questions. And try to relax… if you are getting stressed or anxious, you won’t be able to listen as well as you can… keep breathing!

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