its and it’s - they are different
quaint - odd; old fashioned
- She spent most of her life in a quaint cottage far from the village.
- Most of his friends describe him as quaint.
You can improve your chances of getting your target score in any English proficiency tests (IELTS and TOEFL) if you learn new words and add them on your vocabulary bank.
Learn more words like this at http://joetritter.wordpress.com/2014/08/19/list-of-essential-words-that-you-need-to-be-familiar-with-in-the-ielts/
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"Success depends upon previous preparation, and without such preparation there is sure to be failure." - Confucius
The difference between assume and presume is subtle but important.
HERE ARE SOME MORE EXAMPLES:
- If you go to take the SAT without #2 pencils, snacks, a calculator, or water because you assume that the testing center will provide them, you’ll have a bad time. (You would be foolish to assume such a thing when even the school you attend every day doesn’t provide them for free.)
- If you go on a blind date without bringing your wallet because you assume that the other person (whom you’ve never met) will pay for dinner, you will probably have an awkward moment when the check arrives.
your - you’re - they are different
odor, smell, scent - they are synonymous (they have the same meaning)
pli-selon-pli said: Could you make a picture for "odor", "scent" and "smell"? In regards to food, nature or lovers in bed, etc.?
Anonymous said: where did you get the information about all and whole? it is incorrect.
Hi! In what part was it wrong?
What’s wrong with the picture above?
randomquarks said: Grat blog. What is your profession?
I am an IELTS coach! I help students to achieve their target score in the IELTS test.