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Knowing how to prepare for IELTS is crucial in order to plan how to get a good score. Here you will learn 5 steps to go through to get you starting your preparation for the exam and some key questions you need to ask yourself.
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The given chart illustrate how the amount of CO2 discharged by individuals in 4 seperate countries differ in a 40-year period from 1967 to 2007. All the
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The IELTS General Training module of the test differs from the academic test in several ways. The listening and speaking are the same, but the readings are completely different. In the writing, you still have to write an essay for Task 2, but for Task 1 it is a letter.
In this lesson you will learn about opening and closing a letter for the IELTS task 1 General Training.
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