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TOEFL and IELTS Exam Vocab

by Jacqueline Schaalje More TOEFL and IELTS Exam vocab! Check out this infographic, and then do the quiz. Quiz Use the correct words, derived from these root words: favour, evict, allege, dispute. Click here to do the online quiz. 1 After the tenants hadn’t paid rent for several months, their landlord was ready to ___________… Continue reading TOEFL and IELTS Exam Vocab

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TOEFL/IELTS/Advanced English Vocab Practice

Root Words: exist, impress, prefer, threat By Jacqueline Schaalje The advanced English texts that academic exams such as TOEFL and IELTS, and informative texts, all tend to use similar vocabulary. That is to say that the same words come back many times. You could simply read a lot of academic texts or books, or you… Continue reading TOEFL/IELTS/Advanced English Vocab Practice

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Reading Difficult Texts – Some tips that Can Make Your Reading Easier

By Jacqueline Schaalje It’s better to learn English using a text that is not too hard for you. Why is that? 1 Difficult texts make you tired. You probably know yourself that when you need to read a book or magazine or whatever in very difficult English, it doesn’t motivate you to keep reading. It’s… Continue reading Reading Difficult Texts – Some tips that Can Make Your Reading Easier

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