Gone with the Wind - Margaret Mitchell

Margaret Mitchell's epic novel of love and war won the Pulitzer Prize and went on to give rise to two authorized sequels and one of the most popular and celebrated movies of all time. 

Many novels have been written about the Civil War and its aftermath. None take us into the burning fields and cities of the American South as Gone With the Wind does, creating haunting scenes and thrilling portraits of characters so vivid that we remember their words and feel their fear and hunger for the rest of our lives. 

In the two main characters, the white-shouldered, irresistible Scarlett and the flashy, contemptuous Rhett, Margaret Mitchell not only conveyed a timeless story of survival under the harshest of circumstances, she also created two of the most famous lovers in the English-speaking world since Romeo and Juliet.

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Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English

Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE), also known as the Certificate in Advanced English (CAE), is an international English language examination developed by Cambridge English Language Assessment (previously known as University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations).
It is targeted at Level C1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) and can be used for study, work and immigration purposes.
The demand for high-level English language skills is increasing all around the world. Passing Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) shows that you are a high achiever.
Why Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) is a badge of excellence:
Accepted globally as proof of high achievement. More than 6,000 educational institutions, businesses and government departments around the world accept Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) as proof of high-level achievement.
A certificate with endless opportunities. Helps you develop the language skills you need for success, and can be used for your university and student visa applications in the UK and Australia.
It provides high-level English skills for academic and professional success. Preparing for Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) helps learners develop the skills to make the most of studying, working and living in English-speaking countries.
Here you can freely download the series of CAE books which are, to some extend, helpful for your dream of reaching the C1 Level of the CEFR.

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Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English

Cambridge English: Proficiency, also known as Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE), is our most advanced qualification. 

The Cambridge Proficiency exam is the hardest of the Cambridge exams. It proves you have achieved an extremely high level in English.

Every year, thousands of people who want to show they have exceptional English take Cambridge English: Proficiency.

Do this test if you really love English. If you pass this test your English is good enough for you to teach English to others. Your English will be good enough to study at any British university. 

Over 45,000 people in more than 80 countries take the CPE exam each year.

What is the CPE test like?

The test has five sections:

Reading - 4 parts, 90 minutes
part 1, 3 texts with 18 gaps
part 2, 4 related texts with 2 questions each
part 3, text with missing paragraphs
part 4, text with multiple choice questions

Composition - 2 tasks, 2 hours
Use of English - 90 minutes
part 1: text with 15 gaps
part 2: word formation
part 3: gapped sentences

Listening - 3 or 4 recordings, 40 minutes
part 1: 4 passages with multiple choice questions
part 2: 1 long passage with gapped text

Interview - normally with another candidate, 15 minutes

Here you can find a series of Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English by Cambridge University Press. Hopefully you will find this helpful.


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IELTS Speaking Recent Actual Tests

IELTS speaking test is the last part of the exam. The duration of the test is 11 to 14 minutes. In this test, the examiner analyzes the communication ability of the candidate, the skills to communicate certain ideas in an effective manner, pronunciation, organize the idea and using the most appropriate language to communicate the same and discuss and debate about major issues.

Here, we are providing IELTS speaking test samples to help the candidates to pick up certain points to improve their speaking ability and get more score in the test.

The speaking test consists of three parts:
Part 1 (4-5 minutes): This is the general introduction part where the candidate introduces himself/ herself to the examiner.

Part 2 (3-4 minutes): In this part, the examiner gives the candidate a score card with a topic to speak on. The candidate will get some time to prepare points.

Part 3 (4-5 minutes): This part consists of a discussion between the examiner and the candidate on the topic.

The IELTS speaking practice test samples are provided by the British Council.

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31 High-scoring Formulas to Answer the IELTS Speaking Questions

Learn these 31 Formulas to give high scoring answers to EVERY IELTS Speaking Question. 

Based on the best selling book, these Formulas were devised through years of scientific analysis of over 500,000 candidate answers to real IELTS questions. 

This book contains each of the 31 Formulas including the three key elements of each Formula: Question Type, Answer Order and Language Steps. 

In addition, the book also includes original recordings and animations of example answers along with our top 10 do's and don'ts for how to conduct yourself in the IELTS Speaking Test. 

Covering nearly all topics in the real Speaking test. Mastering them enables the candidates to answer every question naturally and confidently in order to get the highest score possible at the level of proficiency. 

Two steps: Forming the answer, Applying language skills to elicit the answer.

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High-Scoring IELTS Writing

High-scoring IELTS Writing Model Answers (based on past papers) has the following important features: 

1. Selected IELTS actual tests  
This book has 79 test questions in total, carefully selected from nearly 100 actual test questions to represent test trends and the accurate level of difficulty in recent years. The selected questions cover all topic areas of the IELTS Writing Module. In respect of argumentative essays, for instance, this book includes a wide variety of topics such as culture, education, science and technology, social issues, and environment. As for Academic graph essays, samples of each type are provided with full guidance of graph reading and language use. For General Training letters, readers can find a wide range of samples, from formal letters of complaint/suggestion to informal letters of friendship. 

 2. Model essays from experienced teachers 
 All model essays in this book were written by our most experienced teachers, who have been teaching and researching IELTS for years. For the benefits of students, all these essays employ simple language and familiar structures so that they could really serve as models for the common candidate. However, most of these essays - varying between 200 and 300 words in length - are compendious and meet the highest requirements of the test in terms of both language and idea development. Considering rating standards, they all meet the highest band scores.  

3. Strategy transfer 
The appendices list all IELTS Writing test questions from 2007 to 2009 according to topics areas. The IELTS Writing task strategies are largely determined by the topics; once you have a good grasp of a certain type of topic and know how to develop your arguments, you can tackle similiar questions of the same topic. It is recommended that students pick up additional test questions and try to apply what they find useful and interesting from the 19 model essays. In this way, they can actively apply the vocabulary, structures and the development of ideas shown in those model essays and firmly make them become part of their language competency.  

4. Practical sentence structures 
Following each model essay, there is an explanation of selected vocabulary and structures. The items chosen to be explained are not necessarily "new" or "difficult"; instead, there are considered to be practical and most effective in tackling specific IELTS Writing tasks. Many candidates blame their poor vocabulary for difficulty in improving their writing results. However, that is only part of the problem: what the IELTS Writing test aims to test you is not "how many words you know" but "how well you can use the words you already know". Therefore, in this section, there are some words that look simple, yet we recommend that you study the explanation carefully and read examples to thoroughly understand their usage. You will find that knowing how to use words effectively in context is one of the best ways to enhance your writing ability in general and IELTS Writing in particular. 

It is our hope that High-Scoring IELTS Writing Model Answers (based on past papers) will be your great to achieve your objective score in the shortest.  

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15 Days' Practice for IELTS Writing

15 Days' Practice for IELTS Writing

Every candidate in the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) exam knows that the writing section is a huge challenge. Moreover, the writing section of the IELTS is different when a candidate is taking the Academic or the General Training module. However, in general, every candidate has to practice hard to write correct essays for this section of the exam.


The IELTS writing section has different content in both Academic and General Training modules. In the Academic test, candidates have to interpret a graph or a diagram. They need to describe the data given using words and expressions that will best illustrate the facts on the data. In the General Training, candidates have to write a letter – formal or informal depending on the recipient of the letter – based on a given situation. Guide questions are given to help candidates organize their thoughts in their writing. The second task is an independent question wherein candidates are given a statement and are asked about their own opinion. The independent type of question is both in the second task in the Academic and the General Training.

Writing takes a lot of practice but with determination, it is possible for anyone to improve their writing skills in just 15 days. Here’s how you can compose good essays for the IELTS writing:

Day 1 to 5

- Gather information about the IELTS writing. Know how many words you need to write and how many minutes are given.
- Look for writing topics for both the first and the second tasks.
- For the Academic module, it is best to find different materials for graphs such as line, bar, and pie.
- For General Training module, find materials that would require candidates to write a formal, semi-formal and informal tone of letter.
- Know the criteria on how writing essays are evaluated.

Day 6 to 10

- Review on the rules of grammar and punctuation. It is important for essays to be grammatically correct and appropriately punctuated.
- Improve your vocabulary by learning expressions that will show the rise and fall of numbers, changes in the trends and the like. Choose words that will best describe the facts in the graph or diagram.
- Learn how to outline. Outlining makes the writing easier and the flow organized. Create a timetable on schedule of writing practices for the next five days.

Day 11 to 15

- Write at least two sets of writing tasks in a day. Have them checked by someone you are confident who is good at the English language.
- Be open to feedbacks on how you can improve your writing.

This kind of schedule is usually followed in an IELTS review center. In these centers, candidates are given lectures on grammar and writing skills. Following this, examinees are exposed to different writing exercises that will hone skills for the data or correspondence writing for the IELTS test. Writing teachers will check, evaluate and provide comments on how essays will be become more appropriate for the IELTS test.

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