Vocabulary list: www.aehelp.com/blog/2015/11/24/ielts-vocabulary-for-high-scores/ This video teaches important steps for IELTS vocabulary practice. Facebook at www.facebook.com/WorldESLTutors. The lesson includes a link to 570 high frequency words found on the IELTS exam. Also, this video shows a powerful exercise for practicing vocabulary. When you learn this vocabulary and can use it well, you can quickly and effectively write a 150 word (or more) paragraph for the IELTS writing task 1 question, speak in the interview and understand the reading and listening sections. Practice the steps taught in this video each day and you can get a high score the next time you sit theInternational Language Testing System (IELTS). For interactive lessons you can also visit: www.academicenglishhelp.com. twitter @aehelp, Enjoy.

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35 Comments

Maleen Perera

January 23, 2020

hi my dear,this is very good video & Can you help me prepare to ielts writing

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big hope

January 23, 2020

Bad chatting on line
They are not respected

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Alideq Dahir Dirshe

January 23, 2020

Please get a microphone

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Айнур Панахова

January 23, 2020

Thanks a lot🥰

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Александра Ким

January 23, 2020

where is the link?

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Aarti Saini Aarti Saini

January 23, 2020

Nice

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Kiranpal Kaur Littan

January 23, 2020

It is very useful for me for my I elts

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Dev Jewel

January 23, 2020

Can you please share word list link here?

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Parbej Alam

January 23, 2020

Sound is poor but I listened the Video with Connect Speaker

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Anjali Rani

January 23, 2020

Thanks

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Golden Words

January 23, 2020

try to begin the topic instead of advertising your institute in detail at all the time

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Ajay Kumar

January 23, 2020

llollol

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Sukoluhle Muwi

January 23, 2020

Thank you for helping us

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laxmi pathak

January 23, 2020

My english vocabulary is a bit poor . So, i want to improve but how can i?? Please give me some suggestion to upgrade my vocabulary

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Free Speech

January 23, 2020

They should have put the link down below!!

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Manoochehr Ghanbari

January 23, 2020

Excellent

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Z H

January 23, 2020

thank you for your advices

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magdy said

January 23, 2020

Thanks

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Manpreet Kaur

January 23, 2020

I always secure 32 or 35 correct answers in ielts listing module

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Manpreet Kaur

January 23, 2020

I always secure 32 or 35 correct answers in ielts listing module

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Manpreet Kaur

January 23, 2020

I always secure 32 or 35 correct answers in ielts listing module

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Salim Güzeyer

January 23, 2020

Sound guality is unaccetably low

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chiranjibi niraula

January 23, 2020

fruitful

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Maghfeorulla Danish

January 23, 2020

Thanks very helpfull

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Olivier Samor

January 23, 2020

The sound in this video is pretty bad

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Vineeth T Kurup

January 23, 2020

As slow as a snail

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Isuru Karunarathna

January 23, 2020

not useful

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Jonathan Hinestroza

January 23, 2020

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ahmed atef

January 23, 2020

thank you for the big efforts please I need a PDF of that text

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قناة الاحباب 1.

January 23, 2020

Hello
Nice but I had a note
The sound is unclear

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Blessings Instead

January 23, 2020

BE MORE AFFABLE

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Anil Dalvi

January 23, 2020

Yay RT

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Zaid H. Al-Tameemi

January 23, 2020

hi guys
i want to give ielts exam next month
has anybody joined this channel to have unlimited access to its materials
are they useful or not
please advise me i don't want to waste my money and time

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prak worn

January 23, 2020

A good video to practice IELTS.

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Møñä Äbdirizäk

January 23, 2020

Hello my name is Mona I'm just graduated from high school and I'm gonna join the University so it's important to have high score in IELTS I wanna ask you how I can improve my vocabulary words to get 7 in speaking, reading, writing, and listening please help me….

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