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ielts speaking 🌌 ⠀ • an action movie: a film with fast moving scenes, often containing violence • to be engrossed in: to be completely focused on one thing • bedtime reading: something to read in bed before you go to sleep • to be a big reader: someone who reads a lot • to be based on: to use as a modal • a box office hit: a financially successful film • to be heavy-going: difficult to read • a blockbuster: a film that is a big commercial success • to catch the latest movie: to see a film that has just come out • the central character: the main person in a film or book • a classic: of the highest quality • to come highly recommended: to be praised by another person • couldn’t put it down: wasn’t able to stop reading a book • an e-book: a digital book • an e-reader: a device for reading e-books • to flick through: to look quickly through a book • to get a good/bad review: to receive positive or negative feedback • to go on general release: when a film can be seen by the general public • hardback: a book with a rigid cover (see ‘paperback’ below) • a historical novel: a story set in the past • a low budget film: a film made with a small amount of money • on the big screen: at the cinema • a page turner: a book that you want to keep reading • paperback: a book with a flexible cover (see ‘hardback’ above) • plot: the main events in a film or book to read something from • cover to cover: to read a book from the first page to the last • sci-fi: science fiction • to see a film: to see a film at the cinema (see ‘watch a film’ below) • the setting: where the action takes place • showings: performances of a film • soundtrack: the music that accompanies a film • special effects: the visuals or sounds that are added to a film which are difficult to produce naturally • to take out (a book from the library): to borrow a book from the library • to tell the story of: to outline the details of someone’s life or an event • to watch a film: to watch a film on TV (see ‘to see a film’ above) ⠀ Related questions: Do you like to read books? How often do you go to the cinema? Do you prefer reading books or watching films? Describe a book you have read or a film you have seen


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ielts speaking 🌲 ⠀ • an action movie: a film with fast moving scenes, often containing violence • to be engrossed in: to be completely focused on one thing • bedtime reading: something to read in bed before you go to sleep • to be a big reader: someone who reads a lot • to be based on: to use as a modal • a box office hit: a financially successful film • to be heavy-going: difficult to read • a blockbuster: a film that is a big commercial success • to catch the latest movie: to see a film that has just come out • the central character: the main person in a film or book • a classic: of the highest quality • to come highly recommended: to be praised by another person • couldn’t put it down: wasn’t able to stop reading a book • an e-book: a digital book • an e-reader: a device for reading e-books • to flick through: to look quickly through a book • to get a good/bad review: to receive positive or negative feedback • to go on general release: when a film can be seen by the general public • hardback: a book with a rigid cover (see ‘paperback’ below) • a historical novel: a story set in the past • a low budget film: a film made with a small amount of money • on the big screen: at the cinema • a page turner: a book that you want to keep reading • paperback: a book with a flexible cover (see ‘hardback’ above) • plot: the main events in a film or book to read something from • cover to cover: to read a book from the first page to the last • sci-fi: science fiction • to see a film: to see a film at the cinema (see ‘watch a film’ below) • the setting: where the action takes place • showings: performances of a film • soundtrack: the music that accompanies a film • special effects: the visuals or sounds that are added to a film which are difficult to produce naturally • to take out (a book from the library): to borrow a book from the library • to tell the story of: to outline the details of someone’s life or an event • to watch a film: to watch a film on TV (see ‘to see a film’ above) ⠀ Related questions: Do you like to read books? How often do you go to the cinema? Do you prefer reading books or watching films? Describe a book you have read or a film you have seen


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ielts speaking 🌌 ⠀ Common questions ⠀ Part 1 ⠀ • Do you live in a house or an apartment? • What kind of accommodation do most people live in in your city? Part 2 ⠀ Describe a house or an apartment you would like to live in ⠀ Part 3 ⠀ • Is it better to own your own home or to rent? • What options are available to young couples looking for accommodation in your country? ⠀ • mod cons: technology at home that makes jobs easier such as a washing machine, dishwasher etc. • apartment block: a large building made up of smaller units of apartments • back garden: a garden at the rear of the house • detached house: a house that is not physically connected to another property • to do up a property: to repair an old building • dream home: a home you regard as perfect • first-time buyer: someone buying a property for the first time, especially when taking out a loan (mortgage) • fully-furnished: a rented property with all furniture included • to get on the property ladder: to buy a property with the aim of buying another bigger or more expensive one later in life • hall of residence: a college or university building where students live • home comforts: things that make a home feel comfortable to live in • house-hunting: looking for a property to live in • house-warming party: a party to celebrate moving into a new home • ideal home: a perfect home • to live on campus: to live on the university or college grounds • mobile home: a home that can be moved by a vehicle or one that has its own engine • to move into: to begin to live in a property • to own your own home: to have bought the property you live in • to pay rent in advance: weekly or monthly rent paid at the beginning of the week or month • permanent address: a fixed address • property market: the buying and selling of land or buildings • to put down a deposit: to pay an amount of money as the first in a series of future payments • rented accommodation: property owned by someone else and for which a person pays a fixed amount to live in • single room: a room for one person • spacious room: a large room • student digs: student accommodation • the suburbs: a residential area on the edge of towns or cities 🌌🌌🌌


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ielts speaking 🧡🍁 ⠀ Common questions ⠀ Part 1 ⠀ • Do you live in a house or an apartment? • What kind of accommodation do most people live in in your city? Part 2 ⠀ Describe a house or an apartment you would like to live in ⠀ Part 3 ⠀ • Is it better to own your own home or to rent? • What options are available to young couples looking for accommodation in your country? ⠀ • mod cons: technology at home that makes jobs easier such as a washing machine, dishwasher etc. • apartment block: a large building made up of smaller units of apartments • back garden: a garden at the rear of the house • detached house: a house that is not physically connected to another property • to do up a property: to repair an old building • dream home: a home you regard as perfect • first-time buyer: someone buying a property for the first time, especially when taking out a loan (mortgage) • fully-furnished: a rented property with all furniture included • to get on the property ladder: to buy a property with the aim of buying another bigger or more expensive one later in life • hall of residence: a college or university building where students live • home comforts: things that make a home feel comfortable to live in • house-hunting: looking for a property to live in • house-warming party: a party to celebrate moving into a new home • ideal home: a perfect home • to live on campus: to live on the university or college grounds • mobile home: a home that can be moved by a vehicle or one that has its own engine • to move into: to begin to live in a property • to own your own home: to have bought the property you live in • to pay rent in advance: weekly or monthly rent paid at the beginning of the week or month • permanent address: a fixed address • property market: the buying and selling of land or buildings • to put down a deposit: to pay an amount of money as the first in a series of future payments • rented accommodation: property owned by someone else and for which a person pays a fixed amount to live in • single room: a room for one person • spacious room: a large room • student digs: student accommodation • the suburbs: a residential area on the edge of towns or cities 🍁🍁🍁


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"tidy up" an act of making a place or a collection of things tidy. مرتب کردن، وسایل را سر جای خود قرار دادن. Example: Let's have/do a quick tidy up before mum gets home. ieltstutor ieltsverbal vocab vocabularybuilding englishvocabulary


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ielts speaking 🌌 Questions related to music 🎼 ⠀ Part 1 ⠀ • What kind of music do you listen to? ⠀ • Do you play any instruments? ⠀ • Have you got any hobbies or interests? ⠀ Part 2 ⠀ Describe a song you like to listen to ⠀ Part 3 ⠀ • Is the Internet a good or bad thing for the music industry? ⠀ • Should music be treated as seriously as subjects like maths or sciences at school? • Where do people usually enjoy listening to music? Topic specific vocabulary ⠀ • adoring fans: people who love a particular band or singer • background music: music that is played while something else is happening • a catchy tune: a song that is easy to remember and makes you want to sing it • classical music: music that is regarded as part of a long, formal tradition • to download tracks: to obtain music from the Internet • to have a great voice: to sing well • to go on tour: to go on a planned series of performances around a region or country • a huge following: a large number of fans • live music: music that is listened to while it is performed (not recorded) • live performance: (see live music) • a massive hit: a record that sells lots of copies • a music festival: music performances at a venue often over several days • musical talent: skilled at music • to be/sing out of tune: to not be in harmony/to sing the wrong notes • a piece of music: an item of music • to play by ear: to play without reading the musical notes • a pop group: a small group of people who play or sing pop music together • to read music: to understand and follow written musical notes • a rock band: a group of musicians that play rock music • to sing along to: to join in singing • a sing-song: to sing informally, often with other people • a slow number: a song with a slow tempo • to take up a musical instrument: to begin learning a musical instrument • taste in music: the music someone likes • to be tone deaf: to be unable to distinguish the different notes in music ⠀ Как бы вы ответили на эти вопросы? Составляйте и практикуйте свои ответы, используя этот словарь 👍🏻🖤 ⠀ Follow this page on Facebook. Link in bio 🖤


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ielts speaking 🍁 Questions related to music 🎼 ⠀ Part 1 ⠀ • What kind of music do you listen to? ⠀ • Do you play any instruments? ⠀ • Have you got any hobbies or interests? ⠀ Part 2 ⠀ Describe a song you like to listen to ⠀ Part 3 ⠀ • Is the Internet a good or bad thing for the music industry? ⠀ • Should music be treated as seriously as subjects like maths or sciences at school? • Where do people usually enjoy listening to music? Topic specific vocabulary ⠀ • adoring fans: people who love a particular band or singer • background music: music that is played while something else is happening • a catchy tune: a song that is easy to remember and makes you want to sing it • classical music: music that is regarded as part of a long, formal tradition • to download tracks: to obtain music from the Internet • to have a great voice: to sing well • to go on tour: to go on a planned series of performances around a region or country • a huge following: a large number of fans • live music: music that is listened to while it is performed (not recorded) • live performance: (see live music) • a massive hit: a record that sells lots of copies • a music festival: music performances at a venue often over several days • musical talent: skilled at music • to be/sing out of tune: to not be in harmony/to sing the wrong notes • a piece of music: an item of music • to play by ear: to play without reading the musical notes • a pop group: a small group of people who play or sing pop music together • to read music: to understand and follow written musical notes • a rock band: a group of musicians that play rock music • to sing along to: to join in singing • a sing-song: to sing informally, often with other people • a slow number: a song with a slow tempo • to take up a musical instrument: to begin learning a musical instrument • taste in music: the music someone likes • to be tone deaf: to be unable to distinguish the different notes in music ⠀ How would you answer these questions? ⠀ Practice your answers using the vocabulary above 👍🏻🧡 ⠀ Follow this page on Facebook. Link in bio 🍁


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ielts speaking 🌌 ⠀ • to be below freezing: below zero degrees Celsius • bitterly cold: very cold and unpleasant • a blanket of snow: a complete covering of snow • boiling hot: very hot (informal) • changeable: weather that often changes • a change in the weather: when weather conditions change • clear blue skies: a sky without clouds • to clear up: when clouds or rain disappear • to come out (the sun): when the sun appears out of a cloudy sky • a cold spell: a short period of cold weather • to dress up warm: to wear warm clothes to protect yourself against wintry conditions • a drop of rain: a little bit of rain • a flash flood: a sudden and severe flood • freezing cold: very cold (informal) • to get caught in the rain: to be outside when it rains unexpectedly • to get drenched: to get very wet • heatstroke: a serious condition caused by being too long in hot weather • a heatwave: a period of very hot weather • heavy rain: intense rainfall • long-range forecast: the weather forecast for several days or weeks ahead • mild climate: a climate without extreme weather conditions • mild winter: a winter that isn’t particularly cold • not a cloud in the sky: see ‘clear blue skies’ above • to pour down: to rain heavily • to be rained off: to be cancelled or postponed due to poor weather • sunny spells: short periods of sunny weather • thick fog: a dense fog that makes visibility very poor • torrential rain: see ‘heavy rain’ above • tropical storm: a storm typical of ones that you find in tropical climates • weather forecast: a TV/radio programme or section in a newspaper/magazine which predicts weather conditions ⠀ If you have any questions, post them below 🌌🌌


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ielts speaking 🍁🧡 ⠀ • to be below freezing: below zero degrees Celsius • bitterly cold: very cold and unpleasant • a blanket of snow: a complete covering of snow • boiling hot: very hot (informal) • changeable: weather that often changes • a change in the weather: when weather conditions change • clear blue skies: a sky without clouds • to clear up: when clouds or rain disappear • to come out (the sun): when the sun appears out of a cloudy sky • a cold spell: a short period of cold weather • to dress up warm: to wear warm clothes to protect yourself against wintry conditions • a drop of rain: a little bit of rain • a flash flood: a sudden and severe flood • freezing cold: very cold (informal) • to get caught in the rain: to be outside when it rains unexpectedly • to get drenched: to get very wet • heatstroke: a serious condition caused by being too long in hot weather • a heatwave: a period of very hot weather • heavy rain: intense rainfall • long-range forecast: the weather forecast for several days or weeks ahead • mild climate: a climate without extreme weather conditions • mild winter: a winter that isn’t particularly cold • not a cloud in the sky: see ‘clear blue skies’ above • to pour down: to rain heavily • to be rained off: to be cancelled or postponed due to poor weather • sunny spells: short periods of sunny weather • thick fog: a dense fog that makes visibility very poor • torrential rain: see ‘heavy rain’ above • tropical storm: a storm typical of ones that you find in tropical climates • weather forecast: a TV/radio programme or section in a newspaper/magazine which predicts weather conditions ⠀ If you have any questions, post them below 🍁🍁


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ielts success 🍁 ⠀ This person has done an incredible work. It took them only 2.5 months to get the score they needed and now they are on their way to Canada 🇨🇦 ⠀ When I posted their results in my previous post, some people decided to leave very acrimonious comments. What I wanted to say is that I don’t really understand how can someone be so judgmental of one’s success. I know how hard my student worked to get this score. They didn’t spend time with their family, didn’t get enough sleep because they chose to study and achieve their goal in a very short period of time. And they did it! ⠀ There is no bad or good band, there is only your goal. ⠀ 🍁🍁🍁


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ielts success 🌌 ⠀ Сегодня студент, который сдал экзамен 28 сентября, получил результаты. Коротко его история: ⠀ • пол: 👨🏻 ⠀ • страна: Польша 🇵🇱 ⠀ • попытка: 1 ⠀ • модуль: GT ⠀ • профессия: дальнобойщик ⠀ • балл, требуемый программой: listening 4.5, reading 3.5, writing 4, speaking 4 ⠀ • балл, который получил студент: Listening 5, reading 4.5, writing 5.5, speaking 5 ⠀ Отличный результат за довольно короткий период подготовки в 2.5 мес ⠀ Ура! 🌌 ⠀ Если хотите записаться на урок, напишите личное сообщение 👍🏻🌌


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ielts ieltssuccess 👍🏻🍁 ⠀ As you know, one my students had their IELTS exam on the 28th of September, 2019. Today they received their results which were successful and more than enough for their immigration program. I promised you to tell their story. Here it is (briefly): • gender: male ⠀ • country: Poland ⠀ • occupation: truck driver ⠀ • attempt: 1st ⠀ • band required: listening 4.5, reading 3.5, writing 4, speaking 4 ⠀ • band the student got: listening 5, speaking 5, writing 5.5, reading 4.5 ⠀ • module: general training ⠀ It took them about 2.5 months of preparation and only 1 attempt 👍🏻🍁 ⠀ I’m very proud of them 🍁


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IELTS Listening TEST . 🔺Sentence Completion . 🔷In this task you have to write the missing part of the statement according to the listening file: در این حالت شما باید قسمت باقیمانده جمله را تکمیل کنید: . ⁉️The first section deals with electronics designed to ..... the environment. . 🎵I thinks you’ll find the first part of the exhibition as you go in is quite relevent, it’s all about electronics and how we can use them to protect the world around us, you know the environment ... . 🔴The main strategy here before listening to the file, is to figure out what type of word you need to complete the sentence with, and of course here it’s a verb! Why? You tell me! . 🔴مهمترین نکته در این حالت شناسایی نوع کلمه مورد نظر قبل از گوش دادن به فایل صوتی است، که مشخصا اینجا به فعل نیاز داریم! چرا؟ دلیلش رو شما به من بگید! . ✅... designed to PROTECT the environment. . okhovat.saeed . . . okhovat.saeed amirokvt ava_la_arak ava_bookstore . IELTS ieltsfighter ieltssupercamp ieltsinstructor ieltsreading IELTSPractice ieltstraining ieltskrasnoyarsk ieltsspeaking ieltslistening ieltspreparation ieltswritingpractice ieltswritingtask2 IELTSverbal IELTScoaching ieltsexam ieltswritingtask1 ieltsbook ielts7bands ieltstest ieltsteamup teachersofinstagram onlineteaching Language LanguageFestival languagedevelopment languageexchange languagefreak languageskills languagecoach


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ielts speaking 🌌 ⠀ • advertising campaign: a series of advertisements to persuade people to buy something • big brand names: large well-known companies or product names • to be careful with money: to not over-spend • carrier bag: bags (usually plastic) supplied by shops • customer service: the degree to which customers are treated well • to get into debt: to owe money • to give someone the hard sell: to put pressure on someone to buy something • high street names: well-known shops • independent stores: small shops independent of large companies • local shops: community shops • loyalty card: a card issued by a shop to allow customers to save money on the basis of what they spend • must-have product: a product that is very popular that a lot of people want to have • to be on a tight budget: to have a limited amount of money to spend • to be on commission: to pay someone in relation to the amount they sell • a pay in cash: to pay for something using coins or paper money • to pay the full price: to pay the full amount for something • to pick up a bargain: to buy something much cheaper than the normal price • to run up a credit card bill: to owe money on a credit card • to shop around: to try different shops to find the best deal • shop assistant: the person who serves customers • to shop until you drop: to do a lot of shopping • to slash prices: to reduce prices a great deal • to snap up a bargain: to buy something quickly that is being sold cheaply • summer sales: a period in the year when things are sold cheaply • to try something on: to see if an item of clothing fits or is suitable • to be value for money: to be worth the cost • window shopping: to visit a store to look at items without the intention of buying anything ⠀ Follow this page on Facebook 🌌


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ielts speaking 🍁 ⠀ • advertising campaign: a series of advertisements to persuade people to buy something • big brand names: large well-known companies or product names • to be careful with money: to not over-spend • carrier bag: bags (usually plastic) supplied by shops • customer service: the degree to which customers are treated well • to get into debt: to owe money • to give someone the hard sell: to put pressure on someone to buy something • high street names: well-known shops • independent stores: small shops independent of large companies • local shops: community shops • loyalty card: a card issued by a shop to allow customers to save money on the basis of what they spend • must-have product: a product that is very popular that a lot of people want to have • to be on a tight budget: to have a limited amount of money to spend • to be on commission: to pay someone in relation to the amount they sell • a pay in cash: to pay for something using coins or paper money • to pay the full price: to pay the full amount for something • to pick up a bargain: to buy something much cheaper than the normal price • to run up a credit card bill: to owe money on a credit card • to shop around: to try different shops to find the best deal • shop assistant: the person who serves customers • to shop until you drop: to do a lot of shopping • to slash prices: to reduce prices a great deal • to snap up a bargain: to buy something quickly that is being sold cheaply • summer sales: a period in the year when things are sold cheaply • to try something on: to see if an item of clothing fits or is suitable • to be value for money: to be worth the cost • window shopping: to visit a store to look at items without the intention of buying anything ⠀ Follow this page on Facebook 🧡


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Repost okhovat.saeed (get_repost) ・・・ 🔺ADVISE vs WARN . ⁉️Is there any difference between these two verbs? . ⚠️They seem to be the same? . 🔴The answer is NO! . ✅we ADVISE others to let them know how to do something (we may have more experience than them), but we WARN other people to prevent them from something harmful. . okhovat.saeed . . . okhovat.saeed amirokvt ava_la_arak ava_bookstore . IELTS ieltsfighter ieltssupercamp ieltsinstructor ieltsreading IELTSPractice ieltstraining ieltsspeaking ieltslistening ieltspreparation ieltswritingtask2 IELTSverbal IELTScoaching ieltsexam ieltswritingtask1 ieltsbook ielts7bands ieltstest teachersofinstagram onlineteaching Language languagedevelopment languageexchange languagefreak LanguageOfTheWorld languageskills languageoftheuniverse languagelearners languagecoach


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ielts speaking 🖤🌌 ⠀ • to be the life and soul of the party: a fun person, someone who is the centre of activity • to bend over backwards: to try very hard to help someone • broad-minded: prepared to accept other views or behaviours • easy-going: relaxed and not easily worried about anything • extrovert: an energetic person who likes the company of others • fair-minded: to treat people equally • fun-loving: to enjoy having fun • to hide one’s light under a bushel: to hide one’s talents and skills • good company: enjoyable to socialise with • good sense of humour: the ability to understand what is funny • introvert: someone who is shy and prefers to be alone • laid-back: see ‘easy-going’ • to lose one’s temper: to suddenly become angry • narrow minded: opposite of ‘broad-minded’ (see above) • painfully shy: very shy • to put others first: to think of others before yourself • quick-tempered: to become angry quickly • reserved: shy • self-assured: confident • self-centred: thinks only of oneself • self-confident: believes in one’s own ability or knowledge • self-effacing: to not try to get the attention of others (especially in terms of hiding one’s skills or abilities) • to take after: to be like (often another member of the family) • thick-skinned: not easily affected by criticism • trustworthy: can be trusted • two-faced: not honest or sincere. Will say one thing to someone to their face and another when they are not present ⠀ If you have any questions, please leave a comment below 🌌 ⠀ Follow this page on Facebook. Link in bio 🌌


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ielts speaking 🍁🧡 ⠀ • to be the life and soul of the party: a fun person, someone who is the centre of activity • to bend over backwards: to try very hard to help someone • broad-minded: prepared to accept other views or behaviours • easy-going: relaxed and not easily worried about anything • extrovert: an energetic person who likes the company of others • fair-minded: to treat people equally • fun-loving: to enjoy having fun • to hide one’s light under a bushel: to hide one’s talents and skills • good company: enjoyable to socialise with • good sense of humour: the ability to understand what is funny • introvert: someone who is shy and prefers to be alone • laid-back: see ‘easy-going’ • to lose one’s temper: to suddenly become angry • narrow minded: opposite of ‘broad-minded’ (see above) • painfully shy: very shy • to put others first: to think of others before yourself • quick-tempered: to become angry quickly • reserved: shy • self-assured: confident • self-centred: thinks only of oneself • self-confident: believes in one’s own ability or knowledge • self-effacing: to not try to get the attention of others (especially in terms of hiding one’s skills or abilities) • to take after: to be like (often another member of the family) • thick-skinned: not easily affected by criticism • trustworthy: can be trusted • two-faced: not honest or sincere. Will say one thing to someone to their face and another when they are not present ⠀ If you have any questions, please leave a comment below 🧡 ⠀ Follow this page on Facebook. Link in bio 🍁


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این هم نتیجه مسابقه ی ویدیو برتر 😍 تبریک به هر سه نفر به خاطر ویدیوهای زیبایی که ساختن 👏👌❤️ هر ۳ زبان‌آموز از نظر ما برنده هستند 😍👏 . okhovat.saeed amirokvt ava_la_arak ava_bookstore . . . IELTS ieltsfighter ieltssupercamp ieltsinstructor ieltsreading IELTSPractice ieltsshiraz ieltscards ieltstraining ieltskrasnoyarsk ieltsspeaking ieltslistening ieltspreparation ieltswritingpractice IELTSWords ieltswritingtask2 IELTSverbal IELTScoaching ieltsexam ieltswritingtask1 ieltsbook ielts7bands ieltstest ieltsteamup teachersofinstagram onlineteaching


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ielts speaking writing 🌌 ⠀ • to balance the books: to not spend more money than you are earning • to be self-employed: to work for yourself/to not work for an employer • to cold call: to make a sales call to someone without asking them for permission first • cut throat competition: when one company lowers its prices, forcing other companies to do the same, sometimes to a point where business becomes unprofitable • to do market research: to do research into what potential customers would or wouldn’t buy • to draw up a business plan: to write a plan for a new business • to drum up business: to try to get customers • to earn a living: to earn money • to go bust: when a business is forced to close because it is unsuccessful • cash flow: the money coming in and going out of a business • to go into business with: to join another person to start or expand a business • to go it alone: to start your own business • to go under: (see ‘to go bust’) • to have a web presence: to have a website or social media profile that showcases your business • to launch a product: to start selling and promoting a new product • to lay someone off: when a company ends an employee’s contract of employment • lifestyle business: a business that is set up to bring in a sufficient income and no more • to make a profit: to earn more money than it costs to run the business • niche business: a business that serves a small, particular market • to raise a company profile: to make more people aware of a business • to run your own business: to have a business of your own • sales figures: a report of the income a company generates through sales of products or services • to set up a business: to start a business • stiff competition: strong competition from other companies in the same area of work • to take on employees: to employ people • to take out a loan: to borrow money • to win a contract: when a business gets legally-binding work with an individual or company • to work for yourself: (see ‘to be self-employed’) ⠀ If you have questions, comment below 🌌


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ielts speaking writing ☔️ ⠀ • to balance the books: to not spend more money than you are earning • to be self-employed: to work for yourself/to not work for an employer • to cold call: to make a sales call to someone without asking them for permission first • cut throat competition: when one company lowers its prices, forcing other companies to do the same, sometimes to a point where business becomes unprofitable • to do market research: to do research into what potential customers would or wouldn’t buy • to draw up a business plan: to write a plan for a new business • to drum up business: to try to get customers • to earn a living: to earn money • to go bust: when a business is forced to close because it is unsuccessful • cash flow: the money coming in and going out of a business • to go into business with: to join another person to start or expand a business • to go it alone: to start your own business • to go under: (see ‘to go bust’) • to have a web presence: to have a website or social media profile that showcases your business • to launch a product: to start selling and promoting a new product • to lay someone off: when a company ends an employee’s contract of employment • lifestyle business: a business that is set up to bring in a sufficient income and no more • to make a profit: to earn more money than it costs to run the business • niche business: a business that serves a small, particular market • to raise a company profile: to make more people aware of a business • to run your own business: to have a business of your own • sales figures: a report of the income a company generates through sales of products or services • to set up a business: to start a business • stiff competition: strong competition from other companies in the same area of work • to take on employees: to employ people • to take out a loan: to borrow money • to win a contract: when a business gets legally-binding work with an individual or company • to work for yourself: (see ‘to be self-employed’) ⠀ If you have questions, comment below ☔️


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