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Prepositions with Time

Posted by Sample HubSpot User on February 25, 2019 at 7:03 AM

Prepositions used with time expressions often cause problems. Here are some commonly used prepositions and situations in which they are used.

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Topics: Learn english, ISLPR, Language test, Personalised testing, customised testing, English as a second language, English test, individual tests, Speaking Skills, Speaking Test, Macro skills, preparation, tips, tools, Reading test, Reading skills, Listening Test, Writing Test, Activities, practise, onlineclass

ISLPR Testing in Sydney: 2019 Dates

Posted by Sample HubSpot User on February 1, 2019 at 3:28 PM

ISLPR Language Services regularly tests in Sydney, NSW.

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Topics: Learn english, ISLPR, Language test, Personalised testing, customised testing, English as a second language, Teachers, University students, English test, individual tests, Australia, Teacher registration, Interstate Testing, Sydney

EOI: Testing in Canada

Posted by Sample HubSpot User on January 29, 2019 at 3:16 PM

We have been approached by a number of candidates requesting for ILS to conduct ISLPR tests in Canada.

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Topics: Learn english, ISLPR, Language test, Personalised testing, customised testing, English as a second language, English test, individual tests, PPTC, Overseas testing, Canada

Commas

Posted by Kenina Ingram on January 16, 2019 at 1:00 PM

Ever wondered how and where to use a comma? Then this blog post is for you!If an adverb, adverbial phrase or adverbial clause comes before the verb it refers to, put a comma after it (or if it is in the middle of a sentence, before and after it). If an adverb, adverbial phrase or adverbial clause comes after the verb it refers to, there generally is no comma.

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Topics: Learn english, ISLPR, English as a second language, preparation, tips, tools, Writing Test, Activities, practise

Formatting: Dates

Posted by Kenina Ingram on November 12, 2018 at 9:51 AM

Dates can be written in varying formats depending on the variety of English used.

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Topics: Learn english, ISLPR, English as a second language, Macro skills, tips, tools, Writing Test, Activities, practise, onlineclass, englishclass

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Language is an interactive and social skill. Therefore, we believe English should be taught and tested similarly.

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