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What’s your preferred learning style?

Learning strategies or styles are terms used to describe identifiable individual approaches to learning situations. J.W. Keefe (1979) defines learning styles as “cognitive, affective and psychological traits that are relatively stable indicators of how learners perceive, interact with, and respond … Continue reading

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6 resources to improve your IELTS reading score

Students often ask: “What should I read to prepare for the IELTS exam?” Here is a list of resources that have often been used in past exams. 1. The Economist – a weekly newspaper focusing on international politics and business news and … Continue reading

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7 tips to improve your IELTS reading

Look at the title carefully and quickly predict topic vocabulary and the structure of the text, i.e. if it deals with problems and solutions. Spend 2-5 minutes skimming the text before you look at the questions. Learners with high band … Continue reading

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