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Good Afternoon Guys!

I would like to thank you all for your active participation ! As I have recieved a lot of warm feedbacks on @bernybernybot about clarifying key questions on SPEAKING part of the test , I have decided to make one more on WRITING, here are the marks I got on this part ;
-6,5;
-7;
-7,5;
-8
And the each time it varies😄👮🏻‍♂️
But I feel Sharing my strategies will help you too😊🙏🏻

So what shall we do? Send me your questions till 21st of August!
I will pick up 5 of them and respond to them as with many details as possible!

Yours,
Cap
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Hi there world!
You asked we did it!!!

There were loads of great questions over here on speaking ;
🌕How to boost confidence?
🌕How to plan out my speaking prep?
🌕How have I gotten 8,5 several times?
🌕How not to lose your self while the speaking test?
🌕What books are the Best?
🌕Does certain Examiners put higher marks and the like


For all and more questions you can find answers my fighters, listen to it and leave your questions on my bot @bernybernybot
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🎧 IELTS Podcast Session # 29. Listen to our 46-minute discussion. Barno Mukimova & I discussed how to crack 8 and even 9 at your IELTS Speaking 👉http://bit.ly/2MoAkxt
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How have you been!? Winner is found trw will announce the results of the contest
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Dear Soldiers !
Thank you for ur coop! You are all amazing🙈🙈🙈🙈



Let me announce a competition for the best question about the speaking!
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Winner will have a detailed analysis of his/her work carried out on speaking part! With suggestions to improve it further to the next band!
Don’t miss that wonderful opportunity send me really smart questions by trw 11 am 👻👻
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Send those questions
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Dear Soldiers,
This is a detailed plan of things I sticked to, I hope you will find it helpful.
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As to listening subsection, I listened to podcasts-6 minute English from BBC and took notes of new words, useful expressions and collocations, important chunks of language that native speakers use. I also watched news in English. My favorite channels were Aljazeera, BBC, Bloomberg news and CNN and always wrote down new words even though I wasn't sure of their spelling. One can always write down new words phonetically and find out the correct spelling using the Internet. I believe we should develop excellent note taking skills if we are to succeed in this section.
One of the most important tips I can give is that there is no use doing endless number of practice tests if you donʼt analyze your mistakes.
In the listening part, I always read the listening scripts, worked on new words and listened to the audio again and again until understanding what was said in the listening tracks became a piece of cake for me.

To produce good essays, I read band 8+ sample essays and tried to use extremely useful expressions in my own essays. I took a look at different writing templates and various writing styles and came up with my own style that based on the combination of elements from those different essays.


I had my essay checked by several people who knew English better than me, because different people can see different angles, so in some sense, they complemented each other. I used the feedback I got from them to improve my essays.


To improve my pronunciation, I read the books and articles aloud, I know one can imagine on his own pronouncing words perfectly, but it is a totally different story when they really try to pronounce them correctly.
I tried to talk about what I was interested in to my friends and family even though they didn't understand me.

I also listened to conversations between native speakers to find out how they sounded and in what ways they made use of certain words and expressions.
I wish all IELTS Soldiers Best of the Luck and believe they can come to the place they wish too,
Cheers,
Alijon
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Good Part of the Day Warriors of the World!
If You want to be a champion think like a CHAMP!
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Our Channel Member who scored a wonderful 8 Band Score shared with us his success story together with a veeeery detailed plan of his actions!
It's an Absolute Must to look over it
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Dear Soldiers of the Universe!

This message is the scream of the soul. 😞😞😞😞😞😞
There are couple of things I feel I have to raise. Let’s go through them them one by one as I believe and HOPE there are a lot of you out there who share the same way of thinking as I do:

1) 📝Why do you feel shocked when you hear you Can’t get 8 score in 3 months? 🙁
The point is that some things simply require time. What’s wrong with scoring the result that university is requiring say 6 or 6,5? Where does this passion of chasing after numbers come from? 👀 Are we victims of this modern world where more means better? If so, my friends, I should say that’s indeed pity when KNOWLDEGDE gaining comes well after stupid numbers;

2) 📝 I have taken IELTS 6 times in general, if Speaking results were almost solid 8,5 each time, Writing is the real pain in the neck)). Assessment of writing is not 100% transparent as there are both Public version of the Assessment Grid as well as Examiner’s Version. Not only this, but also topics are totally unpredictable. An average teen finds it hard to demonstrate the same amount of competence in this section for different topic areas no matter how sad it may sound. Let’s face it, until we start reading and expanding our world view the situation won’t correct itself. But again we want FAST and EASY results;

3) 🧐🧐🧐One of the first questions I ask when another guy shows up claiming he desperately needs 7,5-8 is ARE YOU READY FOR HARD WORK meaning that you will need to sacrifice your social networks, walking around block with your friends, reading tonnes of books practising 8 days a week 30 hours a day and worst still seeing NO progress at all at the beginning? 😫😫😫Of course they give me like are-you-insane-like a look. But that’s what it is. We feel the progress when we make a substantial growth but teeny tiny improvements usually pass by unnoticed.

I am not sure if you guys even have patience and desire to read my message till the end let alone investing your 3 months into hard work. But if you are still here with me, enough lecturing from my side and want to leave you with some food for your soul –
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Soldiers of Mine, Impossible is virtually nothing that beautiful image you see (one scoring 8-8,5) hides damn hard work behind which often goes unnoticed, grow up ! change your mind set, assess the reality with a grown mind and STOP dreaming move one soft part of your body (😉)every single day to turn your DREAM into REALITY because the only secret weapon you have is that part of body🤣(kidding) secret- are the the moves you take regularly

Forever and ever
Yours
Cap
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IELTS Speaking Part 1: 'public transport' answers

Here are my answers to the questions that I showed you last Friday:

1) Do you use public transport? Why / why not?

These days I mostly drive, and the main reason is that my usual journeys are much faster by car. For example, the half-hour drive that I do twice a week would take me three times as long by train and bus.

2) Which type of public transport do you prefer? Why?

I definitely prefer the train. I like being able to stroll up and down, and on some trains I can book a seat with a table and a socket, so that I can do some work.

3) How good is the public transport where you live?

It's quite good. There's a train station not far from my house, and it's a direct line straight into the city centre. There are lots of bus routes too, and there's even a tram network in the centre of Manchester.

4) Do you think people should use public transport more? Why / why not?

Yes, as long as it's convenient for them. Public transport is obviously more environmentally friendly than private cars, so we could reduce air pollution by using it more.
I have found these responses so helpful for my IELTS Speaking
🤩I borrowed expressions;
🤩Idioms;
🤩Ideas😎
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