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March 19, 2017


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Hi Mr, Simon
I took the test yesterday for the second time and I discovered that the biggest problem I have managing the time in the reading and writing section. Although I have trained many times but I couldn't commit to a specific time. I would appreciate your advice about this issue.

If we don't write 150 words in the first task and 250 words in the second task but the number of words that are written near the limit but less than it, How many marks they decrease?

Best regards,

I took the exam on yesterday of speaking
And my Q card was about
A cafe you visit


Thank you very much, Teacher Simon!They are all very useful!

Dear Simon,

I could't find a way to contact you and say thanks, the only option seemed to be posting a comment on your last post.

Thank you for your great website and useful material. This website was really helped me prepare for the test without getting help from a teacher.

I hope every person trying to prepare for IELTS exam finds out about this site in their first stages of preparation.

Again, thank you very much.

Hi Simon,
I'm a student who is going to take the ielts on April 8th. But I am still sruggling with the expression of figures in writing task 1. Could you please give me some advice or examples about the right use of figures which can make my expression more natural?
I have been following your post recently. Your advice and lessons are all very useful for me. Thank you so much.
Best regards,

Dear Simon,

Hope you are doing well.

I wanted to ask you about your web page.

How can i use it? I need to improve only my writing. Should i start from very first page or the latest ?


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