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IELTS, (Life Skills) Speaking Topics & Grammatical Structures by Mehrnoush Haddad Highly recommended for all candidates preparing for IELTS Life Skills
How to use this book
For the learner
This book is to help you study for the IELTS life skills test from Cambridge English at A1 level, A2 level and B1 level.
What is IELTS Life Skills? What is it for?
IELTS Life Skills is an English language test offered by the IELTS Partners – The British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia and Cambridge Assessment English.
IELTS Life Skills is a test of Speaking and Listening and is available at CEFR Levels A1, A2 and B2. It is designed to meet the requirements of UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) for certain visa categories and other immigration purposes.
Which IELTS Life Skills test do I need?
If you are applying to UK Visas and Immigration for a ‘family of a settled person’ visa, choose IELTS Life Skills A1.
If you are applying to UK Visas and Immigration for a 'family of a settled person' extension visa, choose IELTS Life Skills A2.
If you are applying to UK Visas and Immigration for indefinite leave to remain or citizenship, choose IELTS Life Skills B1.
In this book, you just focus on speaking skill and grammatical structure.there are nine chapters: chapters 1,2 and 3 are about grammer . Chapter 4 focuses on common phrasal verbs and chapter 5 is about daily functions. Chapters 6,7 and 8 are about different topics with useful questions .. The last chapter is about job and immigration interview questions . It has all the information you need. For each chapter of the book,There are :
• ideas to help you talk about the different topics in the test
• some questions you can use in the test
• information to help you in the test
By the end of the book, you will know:
• the kind of language an A1,A2 and B1 learner needs to use in the test.
• What the questions in different topics that the examiner wants of the test.
• The structures of grammer sentences in reference to each level of the test.