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October 27, 2016


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I am going through Simon's old lessons. I have found some fantastic metaphors, quite inspiring:

1. To train for a marathon, you don't run a full marathon every day!
2. If there is a secret, it's that you need to work hard, practice and try to enjoy the process.
3. Every time you make a mistake, you have an opportunity to learn something

link: http://ielts-simon.com/ielts-help-and-english-pr/2016/01/ielts-advice-metaphors-help-learning.html

I think Simon's lessons are very useful!

Every time I check this site, I learn plenty of valuable tips on IELTS different tasks.
Thank you Simon.This is an amazing source of help you have provided for candidates.

I feel these invaluable IELTS assets run by Mr.Simon, are profoundly helpful to get through our hurdles.

I am new to Simon 's courses,to whichi I have felt really grateful and motivated to learn further !Love and be thankful to Simon!

Thank God I found you, Simon.My days of confusion are over.



I'm glad you found my site Linda!

Good day Simon,

Can you please spare a small time answering my concern? I am quite confused where to write my overview because my teacher told me to write the overview partly in the introduction and a separate paragraph at the end of the essay. Is this correct?Is this possible? Their reason is that British council uses this kind of format while the IDP uses other one, where the overview must be written below the introduction.

I am taking Academic IELTS this January in Vietnam. I am hoping for you response. Thank you so much! :)


It doesn't really matter where the overview is - just make sure that you write a good one.

Realy helpful when you don't have ideas or how to organise ideas; very professional techniques
when your language seems not to be a problem.

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