1. Write down the names for the following devices. 2. Listen to a technician talking about input devices and fill in the gaps with suitable words. Which of the decices from Exercise 1 is describing? 3. Read the following information on the way to describe technical features. Describing functions In the listening, the mouse was Read more about Input Devices[…]
1. Choose all the words where sound [i] is stressed. Example: east. 2. Now write one of the following words from Exercise 1 into the gaps.
Before each section of the Listening Module, you hear a short introduction. This tells you who is speaking and what the situation is. It also tells you how many questions you have to answer before the next break in the recording. Listen carefully, as this information is not given on the exam paper. You are Read more about IELTS Listening 1[…]
1. Read the poster. Then, choose the correct answers. 2. Match the words with the meanings. 3. Fill in the blanks with the correct words from the word bank. acrylic easel Read more about Physical Materials 2[…]
1. First of all, let’s revise what we have learnt in the lesson. Write one word in every gap. It can be a preposition, a linker, or another part of speech. 2. Read the following text. Bits and Bytes Computers do all calculations using a code made of just Read more about Inside The System Homework[…]
1. For Task 1, you might be asked to describe a graph, which means a good understanding of trends. Look at the graphs and match them with the according information. 2. Categorise the words in accordance with trends. Make 2 examples for each category. 3. Complete these sentences with a Read more about Academic IELTS Writing[…]
1. Make nouns out of the following words, We will be using them throughout the lesson. 2. Answer the following questions. Is punctuality important? Do meetings have to begin exactly on time? Is it important to reach an agreement quickly (‘time is money’), or are getting to know people and reaching a consensus more Read more about Business Meetings[…]
1. Look at the advertisement and interpret the information into the normal language. 2. Read the following text paying attention to technical terms. What is inside a PC system? Processing The nerve centre of a PC is the processor, also called the CPU, or central processing unit. This is built into a single chip which Read more about Inside The System[…]