Saturday, May 28, 2005

Useful IELTS Websites

Check out these websites.
You can practise a variety of skills that are tested in the IELTS exam.

www.learnenglish.org.uk
The official British Council website.

www.onestopenglish.com/Exams/elt_exam_ielts.htm
Loads of IELTS practice material.

www.ielts.org
Full information on IELTS examination format and recognition with plenty of practice exercises.

www.aapress.com.au/ielts/english/ielts.htm
Lots of information and some free sample activities available from the publishers Adams and Austen Press. There are samples and information but no interactive exercises.

www.ieltscourse.f2s.com/index.html
Online for IELTS- an online IELTS course but it does have one unit of free material worth a look.

www.ieltsexam.com
IELTS Far Eastern website with more examples, hints and tips, but some information is not English.

www.ielts-test.com
IELTS Guide, with practice in Listening, Reading, Writing, Speaking, IELTS exercises, IELTS books on line, Hot topics.

www.selfaccess.com/sa/sa/home.php
Samples on reading, writing, and listening for IELTS.

www.cambridge-efl.org/exam/business/bg_bec.htm
If you are taking or thinking of taking the BEC then the best place to get information about the exam.

www.ieltshelpnow.comhttp://newsdirectory.com
This is a very comprehensive site with links to TV, magazines and newspaper articles from all over the world.

www.le.ac.uk/li/sources/news/newspapers.html
This site was prepared for students of Leicester University in the UK, but its comprehensive look at current affairs should be of interest to everybody.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/ and www.bbcworld.com
The first of these sites is very comprehensive and looks at all the news you could possibly want to read, the second is dedicated only to International news and as an accompaniment to BBC World TV.

www.guardian.co.ukT
his site recently one the best current affairs Web Site award, to find out why you can visit this site.

www.guardianunlimited.co.uk
Probably the most useful and user-friendly newspaper sites, with a search facility.

www.onestopenglish.com/tefl_skills/reading_worksheets
There are lots more. Keep reading, keep looking.

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