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How can you improve your reading skills? What techniques should you work on? What are the best ways to practise? Check out this video for some great tips then join Understanding IELTS, our #FreeOnlineCourse for more! Click here to join:
How can you improve your reading skills What techniques should you work

Understanding IELTS - Free online course

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Sach Thams
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The best way to improve your reading skills is to read things you really enjoy or are interested in. And that's where our great online magazines come in! Check them out to find almost any topic you can think of, as well as great language activities!
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The best way to improve your reading skills is to read things

Cubed | British Council

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Could a meteorite collision really mean the end of life on Earth? Read this to find out what happens when small meteorites collide with Earth, and just how much damage a big one could do!
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Could a meteorite collision really mean the end of life on Earth

The end of life on Earth?

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Have you ever dreamed of being a director? Well now your dream can come true! #MixThePlay is back and we want YOU to direct #RomeoAndJuliet's famous balcony scene! Choose the actors, the set and the music then share the finished scene with us here!
Have you ever dreamed of being a director Well now your dream

Home | Mix The Play

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We're looking at marking criteria for IELTS this week, and next up is grammar. Watch this video for more information on how it is assessed and how you can improve your skills. You can find out more in our free online course here:
Were looking at marking criteria for IELTS this week and next up

Understanding IELTS - Free online course

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Writing a letter is one of the writing tasks in IELTS (General) and lots of other exams. Practise different types here!
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Writing a letter is one of the writing tasks in IELTS General

An informal email

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We're looking at writing this week, and if you want to write better emails in English, don't miss our English for Emails lessons! You can find them all here:
Were looking at writing this week and if you want to write

English for Emails

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What is intonation? Why is it so important? And how can you improve it? Find out in this blog post!
What is intonation Why is it so important And how can you

How English learners can improve intonation | British Council

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Have you ever had a job interview? How did you get on? How do you feel about interviews in general? Check out these useful resources to help you do your best next time!
1) Talking about your achievements -
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Have you ever had a job interview How did you get on

Achievement

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In most speaking exams, the first few questions are about you - something everyone can talk about! But how can you do it really well? Watch this video for some useful language and ideas, then try the exercises here:
In most speaking exams the first few questions are about you something

Talk about yourself

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Beenish Akhlaque
Are you looking for a new job? Or have you started one recently? Then this is the perfect course for you!
English for the Workplace is our latest free online course and includes language and advice on looking for jobs, interviews, and working with new colleagues. Just click here to find out more:
Are you looking for a new job Or have you started one

English for the Workplace - Free online course

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Find out your English level with our free test! Click on the picture, answer 25 questions and when you finish, you'll be told your approximate English level from A1 to B2+! Try it and let us know how you get on!
Find out your English level with our free test Click on the

Courses

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Our new #FreeOnlineCourse starts next week! In English for the Workplace we look at:
- searching and applying for jobs
- preparing for and taking interviews
- starting a new job
- working with new colleagues.
Learn lots of useful language and important skills to help you succeed in any working environment! Click below to find out more!
Our new FreeOnlineCourse starts next week In English for the Workplace we look at:

English for the Workplace - Free online course

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With Halloween just around the corner, we want to know...what are you scared of? You can see my answer in the picture! Read the blog, then tell us your fears and phobias in the comments!
With Halloween just around the corner we want to knowwhat are you

What are you scared of? | LearnEnglish Teens | British Council

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Improve your business English skills with our Professional Podcasts - short audio files and activities on everything from advice on CVs to viral marketing!
Sign up for our free online course, English for the Workplace, for lots more useful language:
Improve your business English skills with our Professional Podcasts short audio files

English for the Workplace - Free online course

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Do you celebrate Halloween in your country? Find out all about how we celebrate in the UK here!
Do you celebrate Halloween in your country Find out all about how

Halloween

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We're looking at speaking all this week in Understanding IELTS, our #FreeOnlineCourse. This is one my favourite collections of activities and resources to practise with, so check it out! It has tips on fluency, vocabulary building, pronunciation and more!
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Were looking at speaking all this week in Understanding IELTS our FreeOnlineCourse

Understanding IELTS - Free online course

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Isa LS
Here's a handy reminder from Woodward English on adjective word order. Find out more and try the practice exercises here:
Heres a handy reminder from Woodward English on adjective word order Find

order of adjectives

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