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GITANJALI by Rabindranath Tagore [1913]

The Gitanjali or `song offerings' by Rabindranath Tagore (1861--1941), Nobel prize for literature 1913, with an introduction by William B. Yeats (1865--1939), Nobel prize for literature 1923. First published in 1913. This work is in the public domain in India because it originates from India and its term of copyright has expired. According to The …

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Counting of words in the IELTS

1. All words are counted. Even small words like articles (a, an, the) and prepositions (on, in, at, etc.) are counted. 2. Hyphenated words are counted as one word. For example, word-of-mouth, self-esteem, runner-up, up-to-date, etc. 3. Compound nouns written as one word are counted as one word. For example, toothpaste, bedroom, haircut, boyfriend, policeman, …

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Exercise: Adjectives

Fill in the blanks using the correct adjectives: 1. She has ______ pencils. much many 2. All are horrible, you just have to find the ______ of the worst. good better best 3. I have _____ problems than you. fewer less 4. This is the ______ moment of his career. proud prouder proudest 5. You …

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The word "adjective" comes from Latin "nōmen adjectīvum (literally, additional noun)". Adjectives modify a noun or a noun phrase. It adds more information given by the noun. For example, in the sentence, "That's an idea", the word "idea" is a noun. An adjective can be included to add more information about the noun (idea) by …

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IELTS Speaking Band 9 Tips

Speaking is evaluated against four criteria, namely, fluency and coherence, lexical resource, grammatical range and accuracy, and pronunciation. Fluency and Coherence 1. Speak only in English 2. Don't pause lengthily 3. No repetition of words or ideas 4. No self-correction 5. No hesitation (content-related; lexical-related; grammar-related; language-related) 6. No break-down in coherence (do not go …

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Exercise: Simple Sentences

A simple sentence follows the SVO (Subject-Verb-Object) order. It may have SV only. It has just one independent clause. It has just one subject and one predicate. It starts with a capital letter and ends with a full stop (for a declarative sentence or an imperative sentence). It may also end with an exclamation mark …

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