Free IELTS toolbox exercises

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Here you can try out 3 free exercises from the iPass IELTS toolbox.

The toolbox exercises are divided into 3 categories:

IELTS test skills

IELTS Writing Task 1 - how to plan an academic report

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IELTS vocabulary

IELTS Vocab - collocations for describing statistics

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IELTS grammar

IELTS Grammar - comparatives

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More IELTS toolbox exercises available!

IELTS Listening - multi-choice questions

IELTS Writing Task 2 - cohesion and coherence

IELTS Speaking Part 2 - giving reasons

IELTS Vocab - the many uses of ‘get’

IELTS Grammar - using the passive

IELTS Writing Task 2 - how to structure an essay

IELTS Writing Task 1 - how to plan an academic report

IELTS Speaking Part 2 - how to structure your answer

IELTS Vocab - informal and formal linking words

IELTS Reading - true/false/not given questions

IELTS Reading - identifying synonyms

IELTS Vocab - using discourse markers

IELTS Vocab - how to avoid common spelling mistakes

IELTS Writing - how to paraphrase

IELTS Grammar - using correct punctuation

IELTS Grammar - using advanced structures

IELTS Writing - how to use topic sentences

IELTS Speaking Part 3 - using linking expressions

IELTS Vocab - health collocations

IELTS Vocab - using descriptive adjectives

IELTS Grammar - articles

IELTS Vocab - linkers for adding information and ideas

IELTS Vocab - collocations for describing your home

IELTS Grammar - to be used to / to get used to

IELTS Speaking - Improving Fluency (II)

IELTS Speaking - Improving Fluency (I)

IELTS Vocab - using linkers to describe cause and effect

IELTS Speaking Part 3 - expressing your opinion

IELTS Vocab - using linkers for contrasting ideas

IELTS Vocab - collocations for describing statistics

IELTS Grammar - adjectives and dependent prepositions

IELTS Vocab - using viewpoint and comment adverbs

IELTS Grammar - countable / uncountable nouns

IELTS Vocab - prepositional phrases

IELTS Vocab - word formation

IELTS Vocab - phrasal verbs for describing free time activities

IELTS Grammar - defining / non-defining relative clauses

IELTS Grammar - verbs and dependent prepositions

IELTS Vocab - negative prefixes

IELTS Grammar - comparatives

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