To be honest, it's not easy to take IELTS test. Even if I graduated from a foreign language school, I have prepared a lot. But then again, I really like English, so it's not painful at all. It's just a matter of whether I'm tired or not.
Secondly, I would like to thank my friends for studying hard with me and making progress together. I make complaints about the one hundred percent of dry cargo, but I still feel comfortable with it.
And then a little bit of experience sharing... (I don't have a chance to elaborate. In fact, I have something else to do, mainly because I really like IELTS.)
First of all, the most important thing is the foundation, if the foundation is not good, listening, reading, oral writing, these four sections can not be in-depth. Think about a word can not understand or understand, write not to, read a word do not know what meaning, writing oral application can not, how can you get high marks???
So the foundation is very important, vocabulary and word partners should pay special attention to!!! (it's a pity that time is tight, I only managed the vocabulary part.) according to the standard, I have to pass the vocabulary and word partners of IELTS.