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  3. Always remember these ten things so that you can achieve higher score in any English proficiency tests (particularly in the writing section). http://www.slideshare.net/stephlowe91/writing-test-checklist-english-proficiency-training

    Always remember these ten things so that you can achieve higher score in any English proficiency tests (particularly in the writing section). http://www.slideshare.net/stephlowe91/writing-test-checklist-english-proficiency-training

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  4. Anonymous said: How many Kinds of nouns ?

    The different types of nouns include:

    1. common nouns

    (e.g., abstract nouns, collective nouns, compound nouns, concrete nouns, non-countable nouns, gender-specific nouns, verbal nouns),

    2. proper nouns

    3. pronouns (despite pronouns being classified as a different part of speech)

    source: Grammar Monster

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  5. notamailman said: Hey, I just wanted to drop by and say thank you for your good deeds. You are awesome. As non-native speaker you help me to improve a lot and I really appreciate your work. Stay awesome.

    Hi there notamailman. I am very much happy to know that I was able to help you with your English lessons. Try harder because nothing is impossible. Again, thank you.

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  6. How to avoid run-on sentences?

    Incorrect: My niece is a smart baby, she learned to speak at the age of one year and six months.

    1. Instead of making it in one sentence, make them into two separate sentences. (My niece is a smart baby. She learned to speak at the age of one year and six months.)

    2. Use a semi-colon instead of the comma. (My niece is a smart baby; she learned to speak at the age of one year and six months.)

    3. Use a coordinating conjunction between the two sentences. (My niece is a smart baby, and she learned to speak at the age of one year and six months. )

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  7. ieltsvocabulary:

omniscient - knowing everything; having unlimited understanding or knowledge
For example: Psychics are omniscient in reading a person’s attitude by how they speak.
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    ieltsvocabulary:

    omniscient - knowing everything; having unlimited understanding or knowledge

    For example: Psychics are omniscient in reading a person’s attitude by how they speak.

    copyright: Jrooz IELTS/TOEFL Review Center

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  8. Learning the English language does not happen magically. You need to work really hard to be good at it.

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  9. ieltsvocabulary:

word of the day: paradigm
- an example that serves as a model or pattern.
For example: Kate Middleton is a living paradigm of how women should act nowadays.
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paradigmword

    ieltsvocabulary:

    word of the day: paradigm

    - an example that serves as a model or pattern.

    For example: Kate Middleton is a living paradigm of how women should act nowadays.

    Copyright: http:///www.jroozreview.com

    paradigmword

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