Since IELTS was developed by world-leading professionals and has immigration authorities around the world over 20 years, it is not easy to score higher band score in it. If you really want to obtain high band score then you must put in the effort and knuckle down to get the grade you desire. Trainer James is a Highly Experienced IELTS Instructor based in Kathmandu Valley, the capital territory of the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal. With 14+ years of success in English language training, I'm the one that can help you on your IELTS journey.
The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) measures the language proficiency of people who want to study or work where English is used as a language of communication. It uses a nine-band scale to clearly identify levels of proficiency, from nonuser (band score 1) through to expert (band score 9).
The Writing test of IELTS last for 60 minutes where candidates will need to complete two writing tasks. Each task requires a different text format (report writing, discussion, argumentative essay, opinion essay).
The reading module is the second part of the IELTS test and lasts for 60 minutes. Containing three or sometimes four reading passages of increasing difficulty, candidates have to answer 40 questions in this part.
Containing four sections with 10 questions in each, listening test last for 40 minutes. The question is distributed between six categories (multiple-choice, matching, diagram labelling, short answer, chart and sentence completion).
The speaking module of IELTS is a one-to-one conversation between the candidate and an examiner. Having three parts in this module, candidates will have the opportunity to use their range of different speaking skills.
Raj Shakya aka (Trainer James)
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Advantage when learning with Trainer James
- Free study materials and regular mock tests (twice a week)
- Access to more than 300 books and 50 presentations on Google Drive
- Recorded Speaking mock test sessions (at least one speaking mock test every week)
- One-on-one guidance for weak students after the end of the course
- Motivational and storytelling sessions
- Result-oriented and life-changing skills
- Emails are sent on a weekly basis
- The instructor is always connected with you on Viber
- Access to more than 100 videos
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English speakers around the world!
The English language has approximately 400 million native speakers worldwide, trailing only Mandarin and Spanish. However, it is also the single most popular second language. As a result, when native and non-native English speakers are combined, it is recognized as the single most widely-spoken global language.
In fact, English is recognized as an official language in a total of 67 different countries, as well as 27 non-sovereign entities. Moreover, it is a major business language, as well as the official language of a number of the world’s most important institutions, including the United Nations, NATO and the European Union.