IELTS Test Schedule 2019

2019 test schedules for the IELTS in the Philippines

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Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Living in the Present: Rules Governing the Present Tense


No tense in the English language is used more than the simple present. When something is happening right now, at this precise moment, or if something is happening regularly, the PRESENT TENSE is your go-to tense. During your IELTS training, you will likely be using the simple present tense most of the time. Depending on the person, the simple present tense of the verb is formed by using the root form or by adding -s or -es to the base form of the verb

Camille hates going to the dentist.
Danish goes to church every Sunday.

The second is an example of a habitual action or occurrence expressed using the present tense. If however, we want to express a temporary action that is currently happening, we use the present continuous form:

Danish can’t answer your call right now because she is preparing for church.

Wednesday, July 3, 2019

Smart Grammar Tips for Your IELTS Review


If you are looking to get your required band score during your IELTS exam, it is essential that you pay attention to polishing your grammatical skills. Grammar is the building block of language. If you fail at the basic level, you could not hope to advance in your IELTS training. Take note of the following reminders and let it guide you in your preparations.