Learn about IELTS Reading
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Today's issue of the IELTSpractice.com IELTS Study Guides looks specifically at IELTS Reading. We outline the differences between the Academic version and General Training version of IELTS Reading and give you some background preparation ideas. We also share eight IELTS Reading Dos and Don'ts with you, compiled from the teachers and other candidates posting at IELTSpractice.com. What are you waiting for? Click the button below to check out your free study guide of the day!
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