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2022-01-31 07:31:24 #IELTS #Resources


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2022-01-31 07:23:47
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2022-01-30 05:34:45 Different Ways to Say GOOD JOB
There are many ways to say GOOD JOB in English, learning the subtle nuances can be tricky. Here is a comprehensive guide to saying GOOD JOB in English.

All Right!
Exactly right
Excellent!
It’s perfect!
Nice going!
That’s right!
Well done
I’m speechless!
Great work
How creative
Keep it up!
Exceptional
Fabulous!
Fantastic!
Sensational!
Wonderful!
Outstanding!
That’s it!
Just right!
Unbelievable
Way to go!
Simply superb
Stupendous!
Magnificent
Marvelous!
First class job
First class work
Good for you!
That’s great
Good going!
Good thinking
Right on!
Better than ever!
I’m impressed!
You’re one of a kind
You’ve got it now.
You’ve mastered it!
What an improvement!
You always amaze me
You are fantastic
You are learning a lot
You are learning fast
You are so good
You did it that time!
You did that very well
You don’t miss a thing
You got it right!
You hit the target
I’m very proud of you
Keep up the great work!
Nothing can stop you now
Now you’ve figured it out
You make it look easy
You haven’t missed a thing
You did that all by yourself
That’s really nice work!
You’re doing beautifully!
You are very good at that
That’s the way to do it
Keep on trying!
You got it!
Not bad at all!
That’s the way!
Now you have it
I knew you could do it!
Great improvement!
That’s much better
That’s it exactly
That’s the best ever
That’s the way to do it
Couldn’t have done it better myself
Tremendous job
What a creative idea!
What a good try!
What a neat work!
You’re doing well
You’re learning fast
That looks like it is going to be a great paper
That’s quite an improvement
That’s the right way to do it
That’s a real work of art
That’s coming along nicely
You’re doing a great job
You’ve just about mastered it
Your studying really paid off
You must have been practicing
That’s the right way to do it
You certainly did well today.
You’re on the right track now
You’re getting better every day
You’ve just about mastered that
I’ve never seen anyone do it better
One more time and you’ll have it
It looks like you’ve put a lot of work into this
Now that’s what I call a great job
We couldn’t have done it without you
Keep working on it, you’re improving
I’m happy to see you working like that
That’s an interesting way of looking at it.
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2022-01-30 05:34:12 Types of Interjections

Interjections are typically divided into three categories: emotive, volitive, and cognitive.

Emotive – express the feelings of a speaker, like anger, fear, surprise, and disgust (“Rats!”, or “Oh!”, or “Huh?”, or “Blech!”, respectively),
Cognitive – express the understanding of information by the speaker, or internal reaction to information (“Ohh”, “I see”, “Aha!”, and “Wow”), and
Volitive – are used as imperative or directive speech, meant to instruct or command others to do something (“Look!”, “Listen”, “Shh!”, “Look out!”).
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2022-01-30 05:33:41 What is a regular Plural Noun?

Regular Plural nouns are nouns that represent more than one person, place, thing, or idea. Plural nouns are formed from singular nouns by adding an –s at the end.

Singular Plural
Boy Boys
Book Books
Dream Dreams
Girl Girls
House Houses
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2022-01-30 05:32:56 Irregular plural nouns are nouns that do not become plural by adding -s or -es, as most nouns in the English language do.

For example, the plural form of man is men, not mans. The plural form of woman is women, not womans. There are hundreds of irregular plural nouns, and in truth, you must memorize them through reading and speaking.



Examples of irregular nouns in singular and plural format:

Singular Plural
Mouse Mice
Foot Feet
Child Children
Woman Women
Person People
Man Men
Goose Geese
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2022-01-28 22:36:58 #motivation @IELTSwMasters




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2022-01-28 22:36:57 Ways of drinking

Drink = to take liquid by mouth
Taste = to sample
Sip = to drink in small mouthfuls
Swig = drink in large amounts
Gulp = to take a large swallow
Imbibe = to drink (formal/humorous)
Quaff = to take in large gulps /quickly)
Booze = to drink alcohol
Get drunk = to drink until intoxicated
Tipple = to drink alcohol habitually
Wet one's whistle = to take a drink
Moisten one's lips =to take a little liquid
Go on a binge/spree = to drink alcohol excessively

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2022-01-28 22:36:57 Different ways to say "Good Luck"

Best of luck
Fingers crossed
Knock them dead
You'll do great
Have a blast
All the best
Best wishes
Blow them away
Break a leg
May the force be with you
(From Star Wars)

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2022-01-28 22:36:56 SYNONYMS FOR IELTS |

Immaculate = Spotless, pure
Enlarge = Expand, magnify
Immature = Inexperienced
Fabulous = Marvelous, amazing
Immune = Resistant, exempt
Bottom = Base, foundation
Impartial = Neutral, unbiased, fair
Fair = Honest, just, impartial
Join = Connect, unite, link
Cease = Stop, discontinue
Jolly = Merry, jovial, joyful
Clarify = Explain, simplify
Jubilant = Overjoyed, delighted
Keep = Save, protect, guard
Minor = Lesser, inferior, secondary
Long = Lengthy, lasting
Mirth = Merriment, fun, laughter
Loose = Slack, limp
Mischievous = Naughty, impish
Luxurious = Extravagant, elegant
Obsolete = Dated, antiquated

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