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    two questions

    i am preparing to ielts by myself without teacher ....i have a lot of resources about ielts ...but i discovered that i need to know more of vocabularies and grammer ..
    i am reading two much ...listening to bbc radio>>> and learning grammer ....
    i have two qestions >>
    the first:
    is that enough to study by myself ...?

    and now i am using cambridge dictionary >>>>>
    is it the best dictionary??

    thank you
    best regards

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    Re: two questions

    Besides self practicing in IELTS, you must do the following too:
    i. Take Mock-Tests as many as possible.
    ii. Practice Speaking with someone regularly.
    iii. Focus all your practice on the 'Exam Format' as much as possible.
    iv. Check your writing from someone who is good in English and can score you and also can suggest for improvement.
    .....actually these are general guidelines; you may need individual advice from experts and that's always effective inshallah!

    Dictionary - if you are comfortable with any good one - you may use it; Cambridge is surely good; I like Oxford much more; but, this is a personal opinion. Please use Cambridge.

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