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IELTS Speaking Test - Part 2

In Part 2, you might be asked to describe a well-known festival in your country. This short video shows you how you could structure your answer if you were to describe Valentine's Day which is celebrated in many countries on 14th February.

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IELTS Speaking Test Tips

Watch this short video for some great tips on how to answer a Part 2 question in

the IELTS speaking test.

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Kanchan - iPass student of the month

Kanchan from Nepal is our January student of the month! Read More →

Cool & contemporary vocab: reading

Smartphones, tablets and e-readers have completely changed how we read today. People only used to get written news and information from books and newspapers but now there is a much wider range of sources and people read many things including tweets and blogs. This blogpost helps you to use current language to talk about the things you like to read and how you like to read them.

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Katharina - iPass student of the month

Katharina from Germany is our December student of the month! Read More →

Cool & contemporary vocab: change

Any readers of our blog will know that the IELTS speaking test is hard but you can overcome the challenge, as hundreds of our students have proved. The more you practice, the more chance you have of getting a good IELTS band score and if you have an expert tutor to guide you even better! In this post, we look at interesting and varied words and expressions you can use to talk about 'change' - a very relevant topic for the New Year!

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Anu - iPass student of the month

Anu from Nepal is our November student of the month! Read More →

Cool & contemporary vocab: movies

Lots of people enjoying watching movies in their free time, which is why it's such a common topic in the IELTS speaking test.

So, whether you prefer watching movies on the big screen at the cinema or from the comfort of your own sofa, be prepared to speak about one that you've seen.

It could be the latest Hollywood blockbuster, a quirky independent movie, your favourite film of all time, or it could just be the most recent film that you've seen.

This blog post will give you some great words and phrases that you can use to talk about it.

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Jenna - iPass student of the month

Jenna from Finland is our October student of the month! Read More →

Winwin - iPass student of the month

WinWin from Myanmar is our September student of the month. Read More →

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- Jedidiah - Nigeria

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