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IELTS Reading: choose the heading

Choose the best heading for the following paragraph from the list below.
“Big data” is a term being used more and more by politicians. It refers to the concept that any problem – from underperforming pupils to failing hospitals – can be solved by collecting some tightly focused data, crunching it and making tweaks, such as moving pupils or changing nurses’ shifts, rather than dealing with bigger issues, such as poverty or spending cuts. This is an approach that focuses narrowly on “what works” without ever troubling to ask: “works for whom?” Its watchword is “smart”, which can easily be appreciated, rather than “right”, which can’t. Putting trust in highly educated technocrats, it is naturally less interested in public debate.

A) How data can be used to improve society.
B) Big data: a smart approach to politics that works for everyone.
C) A sceptical perspective on “big data”.
D) Why the public trusts technocrats more than politicians.

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IELTS Speaking Part 3: 'money' answers.

Here are my (band 9) sample answers to the 'money' questions that I shared a few weeks ago.

1. Why is it important for people to save some of their money?
In the long term I think it's important to save for retirement, but it's also a good idea to have a certain amount of money saved so that you can deal with unexpected problems in the less distant future. For example, I've learnt to put some money aside for car repairs, and this came in useful recently when I needed to have my car's brake pads changed. If I hadn't had savings, the cost of getting my car repaired could have sent me into the red.

2. In your view, should children be taught how to manage money?
Not at school, no. I believe it's the job of parents to gradually teach children that kind of thing, or perhaps there's no need for anyone to teach children about money because they learn about it naturally as they grow up. For example, I remember being given money to buy sweets or an ice cream when I was a child, and I soon learnt what I could afford and what I couldn't.

3. Do you think that girls are better at saving money than boys?
I've never thought about that before. I don't see any reason why girls would be better savers than boys or vice versa. I suppose it depends more on the personality of each individual and what their interests are. For example, a child who likes cheap toys might not think about saving, whereas a child who wants to buy something expensive, like a bike or a games console, might summon the willpower to save up!

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Motivational genius shares an ancient far east nugget of wisdom.

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IELTS Writing Task 2: a flexible approach?

I received a useful question from another IELTS teacher this week. Here's a summary of what the teacher asked me:
The IELTS-Simon approach to writing task 2 is very prescriptive (strict and always the same): always 4 paragraphs, 13 sentences etc. But what do you think about giving students a more flexible approach to IELTS writing task 2? For example, might it sometimes be better to write 5 paragraphs instead of 4?
Here's a summary of my response:
The more you try to teach your students to be flexible, the more you risk confusing them and making them less decisive and efficient when they find themselves under pressure on test day. I've found that students perform better if they know exactly what to do every time they write an essay. The prescriptive approach seems to work better than a flexible approach.

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IELTS Advice: 'tighten up' your writing.

I often use the phrasal verb 'tighten up' when I'm talking about improving essays. Here's what I mean when I use this verb:
- Make your writing clear, concise and succinct
- Remove anything that is irrelevant or vague
- Avoid unnecessary repetition
- Check that each sentence follows on logically from the sentence before it
- Make sure that your sentences move your paragraphs forward
Think about the job of an editor (for a newspaper, magazine or book publisher). Editors check other people's writing and "tighten it up" so that it's easier to read. This is what you should try to do with your own writing.

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IELTS Speaking: pronunciation

In the IELTS speaking test, 25% of your score is for pronunciation. Many students confuse 'pronunciation' with 'accent'. These are not the same thing!
Nobody expects you to speak with a perfect British English accent. In fact, the examiner will not judge your accent at all.
Your pronunciation score is based on these things:

clarity (speaking clearly)

speed (not too fast, not too slow)

word stress

sentence stress

intonation (the rise and fall of your voice)

It's not easy to improve these things quickly or through deliberate practice. Good pronunciation is usually the result of lots of listening and copying. My tip is: stop worrying about your accent, and focus on speaking clearly.

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IELTS Writing Task 1: map introduction and overview

Here's the map task that I asked you to look at last Thursday. I've written the first two paragraphs of my answer below it.

The maps below show the centre of a small town called Islip as it is now, and plans for its development.


Introduction and overview:

The diagrams illustrate some proposed changes to the central area of the town of Islip.
It is clear that the principal change to the town will be the construction of a ring road around the centre. Various other developments with regard to shops and housing will accompany the building of this road.

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IELTS Listening: more tips!

Here's another list of tips for IELTS listening:

Do lots of practice tests, and as much listening as possible to improve your "ear".

In the test, use the breaks to read ahead. Never check what you’ve already done.

Underline keywords during the breaks.

Check your spelling in the 10 minutes at the end of the test.

Be ready for tricks e.g. they say one answer but then change it.

If you have to fill gaps on a picture or diagram, always follow the question numbers - they will show you where to look on the diagram.

The answers are always in order.

There are only 2 types of question: gap-fill and multiple choice.

Section 1 is easy, section 4 is the hardest.

But, you need a high score in section 1. Then you can lose points in later sections.

Become really good at sections 1, 2 and 3 before you worry about section 4.

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IELTS Vocabulary: if you use an idiom...

Look at these two phrases from yesterday's lesson. Are they correct?

save something for the rainy day

save something for rainy days

The answer is no. Both phrases contain a mistake.
The correct form is this: save (something) for a rainy day
If you use an idiom, you need to get it exactly right. Even a small mistake in an idiomatic expression makes it sound strange and completely wrong.

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Как часто жизнь Вам дарит шансы, которые Вы с легкостью упускаете?
Достаточно много. Не так ли?🤦‍♂️ Но в этот раз Вам точно повезло!
Не упустите шанс разобраться в английском языке раз и навсегда.
Каким образом?


Online-школа английского языка English Tochka проводит БЕСПЛАТНЫЙ вебинар «Как понять английский за 2 часа» уже в этот вторник ⏰26-го июня в 20:00 (МСК), после которого абсолютно каждый сможет:
- Увидеть главные ошибки в изучении английского, о которых расскажет ведущий Алекс Рубанов, основатель крупнейшей online-школы English Tochka.
- Избавиться от языкового барьера (это не шутка).
- Научиться запоминать десятки (а то и сотни) слов ежедневно.
- Понять самую сложную тему.
- А самое главное, получить сверхзаряд безумного желания, как, наконец, одолеть английский
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IELTS Grammar: correct the mistakes

Here are some sentences that people wrote below yesterday's lesson. Can you correct the mistakes or change the sentences to improve them?

By giving some pocket money to a kid for a fixed period of time can help with planning and being responsible for the choices.

Personally, Everyone should set money aside just because it will help them to achieve their long-term goals.

I have always reminded by my parents to save something for the rainy day.

One should manage financial well so as to get the things they want.

It is also said that save something for rainy days.

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IELTS Speaking Part 3: money topic

Here are some part 3 questions that could follow on from the part 2 topic that we saw in a lesson two weeks ago:

Why is it important for people to save some of their money?

In your view, should children be taught how to manage money?

Do you think that girls are better at saving money than boys?

Try to answer with a minimum of three sentences: answer, explain, example.

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"Each morning we are born again. What we do today is what matters most." - Buddha.

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US Navy Admiral, William H. McRaven, delivers a speech about the importance of doing the little things.

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IELTS Grammar: passives with 'will be' and 'being'

Here are some more examples of the construction in yesterday's lesson:
There is a danger that this will be misunderstood. = 
There is a danger of this being misunderstood.
Employers should assess the risk that staff will beaffected by stress. =
Employers should assess the risk of staff being affected by stress.
What is the likelihood that the project will be completed by Friday? = 
What is the likelihood of the project being completed by Friday?

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IELTS Speaking Part 2: ideas for last week's topic

Last Friday I asked you to think about the topic below.
Describe a time when you saved up some money to buy something special.
Here are some ideas from one of my video lessons (speaking lesson 5 on this webpage). In the lesson I describe a 'smartwatch' and suggest the following vocabulary 'themes':

Electronic watch 'features' theme

- smartwatch

- synchronise with phone / computer

- contacts, photos, emails

- store music

- receive notifications

- search the web

- it responds to voice commands

- make ‘contactless’ purchases

- track exercise goals

- fashion accessory

Electronic watch 'useful' theme

- various features and functions

- organise my life

- work, appointments, social life

- check calendar at a glance

- set reminders and notifications

- practical, functional, convenient

- the ultimate in portable devices

- instant access to…

- couldn’t live without it

I'm sure you could use some of this vocabulary to describe "something special that you saved money to buy".

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