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(@pooja)
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Are you preparing for TOEFL or IELTs examinations? Do you know the differences between the two and the type of preparation you need to do for both? 

Find out more here https://languages.want2learn.com/toefl-ielts

How did you prepare for these examinations? Do you have any tips to share with others?

Let's help each other learn better and score better.

 


   
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Some games are added to prepare for the IETLs examinations. Check these resources.

https://coursesuseek.com/ielts-writing-task

The writing prompt and the complete answer along with the meaning of the words and phrases used in the write up are included here 

https://languages.want2learn.com/ielts-writing-prompt

If you have any doubts or questions post a comment here.


   
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Practice for IELTs writing task with a writing prompt, complete answer, analysis of the answer, meanings of the collocations and phrases used in the write up, games to play and learn the language required to write such write ups at

https://languages.want2learn.com/ielts-writing-prompt


   
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What are the main differences between TOEFL and IELTs examination. How to prepare for both the examinations? What kind of different strategies you should use to score well in either or both of them?

The TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) and IELTS (International English Language Testing System) are two widely recognized English language proficiency exams. While both tests assess your English skills, there are some key differences between them:

Test Format:
TOEFL: The TOEFL is administered entirely online and is divided into four sections: Reading, Listening, Speaking, and Writing. The test is scored out of 120 points.

IELTS: The IELTS offers two test formats: Academic and General Training. Both formats consist of four sections: Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking. The test is scored on a scale of 0 to 9.

Read more at https://languages.want2learn.com/toefl-ielts


   
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