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Aim High! Be your best during the IELTS exam.
Aim High! Be your best during the IELTS exam.

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"A frequent fault of inexperienced writers is a tendency to present thoughts and ideas without showing connections between them, or without making their significance clear to the reader." [DailyWritingTips] http://sco.lt/6dDbiT
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# 16. One does not simply walk by a bookstore: One must poke around, at the very least, and one usually ends up filling one's tote bag with more books than one can carry. [Huffington Post] http://sco.lt/8v92kj
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# 1. The Novelist: "The story of their day reads like a Stephen King novel, except not as spooky and much, much longer." [Mashable] http://sco.lt/5PPsq9
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"‘Stories shape our lives and in some cases help define a person,’ said Gregory Berns, lead author of the study and director of the university’s Centre for Neuropolicy." [Mail Online] http://sco.lt/5mv105
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Excuse # 14. I tried before but I failed: "So you give up? Failure is a bit like testing; you only get to learn what works and what doesn’t. Failure won’t destroy you, if you don’t let it. Learn from your mistakes and move on." [Dumb Little Man] http://sco.lt/510Neb
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Remember to be a storyteller, not a lecturer. ...Remember: Stories have a beginning, middle and end. Don't just think about what you're going to say -- think about how you're going to say it. [Entrepreneur] http://sco.lt/8VUr3J
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"My question is how much should that language matter, both in class discussion and on the exam? How much precision should we demand of student answers when it comes to stating the legal standards and rules and important lingo?" [PrawfsBlawg] http://sco.lt/5YcmVF
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To/Too: "I oftentimes think this common error is more of the typo variety, a slip of the 'o' key as it were. 'Too' is an adverb often meaning 'in addition.' 'To' is a preposition or the infinitive form of a verb." [Pole Position Marketing] http://sco.lt/57A5fV
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