For all of you who have been affected by the COVID-19 outbreak, we know this is a difficult time. Whilst it might not be possible to attend face-to-face classes for now, we wanted to share some great ways for you to practise your English and prepare for your IELTS test without leaving your home.

To help you with your IELTS preparation over the next few weeks, we have introduced a series of webinars which are free to attend and are run by experienced English teachers from the British Council.

Click on the links below each date and sign up to the webinars now.

Tuesday, 31 March                               Thursday, 2 April
IELTS Academic Writing task 1             IELTS General Training Writing task 1
09:30 UK time. Register                        09:30 UK time. Register
15:00 UK time. Register                        15:00 UK time. Register

 

Tuesday, 7 April                                    Thursday, 9 April
IELTS Writing task 2                              IELTS General Training Reading
09:30 UK time. Register                        09:30 UK time. Register
15:00 UK time. Register                        15:00 UK time. Register

 

Tuesday, 14 April                                   Thursday, 16 April
IELTS Academic Reading                       IELTS Listening
09:30 UK time. Register                         09:30 UK time. Register
15:00 UK time. Register                         15:00 UK time. Register

 

Tuesday, 21 April
IELTS Speaking
09:30 UK time. Register
15:00 UK time. Register 

 

You can also join the Facebook Live chats with our IELTS Expert every Friday at 10:30 GMT. Here are the topics of the coming sessions:

3 April: General Training Task 1 – Letter Writing
10 April: Common grammar errors and how to avoid them
24 April: collocation and idiomatic language

You will receive a series of emails from us in the coming days with other tools that are available for you to prepare for your test.

You will receive a series of emails from us in the coming days with other tools that are available for you to prepare for your test.

Stay safe and keep practising your English!