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Reading and Writing course - enrolments open now

Posted by ISLPR Language Services on March 11, 2021 at 6:35 AM

ISLPR Language Service's 6-week English Course

A 6-week course designed to develop your reading and writing skills. March enrolments are now open!

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Topics: Learn english, Reading skills, onlineclass, writing skills, online course

Develop your Writing Skills: More Problem Words

Posted by ISLPR Language Services on November 18, 2020 at 10:00 AM

The only way to improve your English is to continue practising. Due to the popularity of our last post, this week’s blog post will focus on some more words that we find candidates often have problems with. Complete the activity below and ensure you use the words correctly.

Hint: Note that the list contains pairs of words (and one triplet) that are often confused. Be careful and, when you’re finished, check your use of the words in a good dictionary. We recommend the Macquarie Australian Concise Dictionary.

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Topics: Learn english, writing skills, online course

Develop your Writing Skills: Some Problem Words

Posted by ISLPR Language Services on November 13, 2020 at 12:11 PM

The only way to improve your English is to continue practising! This week’s blog post focuses on some words that we find candidates often have problems with. Complete the activity below and ensure you use the words correctly.

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Topics: Learn english, ISLPR, English as a second language, writing skills, online course

ISLPR Reading & Writing Online Course

Posted by ISLPR Language Services on November 7, 2020 at 10:08 AM

We've answered some FAQs about our new 6 week online course. If you have any other questions, leave a comment below and we'll include it in our post!

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Topics: Reading skills, Workbook, Activities, book online, feedback, writing skills

4 questions to ask yourself before you start writing.

Posted by ISLPR Language Services on July 8, 2020 at 2:47 PM

At ISLPR Language Services, writing is the biggest problem we come across with candidates learning English as a second language. During a test we won't often tell candidates what format they should write in as we believe this is subjective and, in real life, the format differs from one piece of writing to another even on the same topic. However, the following 4 questions should help you work out how to write.

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Topics: Learn english, ISLPR, English as a second language, Writing Test, practise, writing skills

At ILS, language testing is personal.

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

ISLPR Language Services (ILS) developed the ISLPR® Test because we saw the need for a test that examined your real-life language. The ISLPR® Test is an interactive and personalised test. As the ISLPR test is personalised for each candidate, there are no tricks to pass the test. 

Why we're different:

  • We test your speaking, listening and reading skills in a one-to-one interview.
  • The content of your test is customised to match your area of expertise.
  • The ISLPR is the shortest English test, therefore minimising the chance of fatigue.
  • We offer individual English tutorials with accredited tutors.
  • We offer a feedback service so you can find out why you got that rating in your test.

 

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