IELTS GRAMMAR - €35 - 30 days
The iPass IELTS Grammar course provides online practice in all 4 IELTS skills with a special focus on essential grammar points needed to demonstrate a variety of structures for a higher band level.
There are 4 IELTS topic-based units: Health; Work; Travel; The Environment
Each unit is divided into separate sections:
- Vocabulary - word lists; collocations; useful phrases
- Reading - exam tips, strategies and practice
- Listening - exam tips, strategies and practice
- Speaking - sample questions and answers
- Writing - academic and general tasks, plus sample answers
There are also 3 IELTS grammar focus sections at different levels to help you extend your range of grammatical structures.
- Low B1 (intermediate) – ideal for candidates aiming for Band 5+ in IELTS
- High B1 (upper-int) - ideal for candidates aiming for Band 6+ in IELTS
- B2 (low advanced) - ideal for candidates aiming for Band 7+ in IELTS
Each level covers 40 key grammar areas, to help you extend your grammatical range to include a mix of simple and complex sentence forms.
Here is a sample of the grammar points that are covered at each level:
- Band 5 - verb tenses; verb patterns; time prepositions; linking words; reported speech; relative clauses; comparatives; passives; modal verbs.....and much more!
- Band 6 - adverbs; used to/would; past perfect; polite requests; conditionals; be/get used to; future forms; relative clauses; indirect questions; cohesion......and more!
- Band 7 - narrative tenses; advanced future forms; past modals; linking verbs; participle clauses; phrasal verbs; negative inversion; contrast linkers....and lots more!
At the end of each section (10 units) there is a short test to help you revise the grammar points that you have learned before you progress to the next unit.
And there are also general revision pages at the end of each level to make sure you have understood the key grammar points before you go to the next level!
At the end of the course, you will have a clear idea of the type of grammatical structures that you are expected to use to achieve a Band 5, 6 or 7 in the IELTS test.