What’s it like to study for IELTS at a school? I’ll take you to a top language school in London and show you real IELTS classes, as well as speak to students and staff at the school. You might be surprised to learn, as I was, that it’s not just about studying for the IELTS itself. More general academic English skills and classes on how to live and interact in an English-speaking country are also extremely important.
Well done Benjamin.
A course preparation for the IELST exam is practically a must. Taking it at a top language school in London much the better.
Here you are practically in permanent contact with the target language and exposed to a wide variety of accents which is great.
Students need to become familiar -before taking the actual test- with the test format and contents since they are utterly different from other international English exams.
Great video Benjamin, this was my first taste of what is like to take an IELTS course preparation overseas.
Thanks for this great Job Benjamin.
would you mind answering my question ?
I’d like to know what type of teachers are in charge of teaching English in the Best Schools throughout the world especially in the English speaking countries
those who has degree related to English literature, language i mean Master of Arts and PhD in Teaching English or people who have no university degree related to English and teaching ?
Thank you in advance
Like you Benjamin.Thx
Obviously going to a English environment can help somebody to boost his/her skills in English and all that jazz.Thank you for your diverse lesson.
Cool. It’s extremely useful. Thank you so much Benjamin.
Hi, What I have to say about the subject of the this lesson, and particularly the two branches of IELTS, THe academic and the general is that the academic in the first essay normally ask to write a theme (with no more than 150 words) about the significance in the means and purposes of a graph, and not much more. Really I don’t understand why for the reason to speak in general IELTS and academic IELTS, because for both, besides the first essay Are similar in the other questions both have the same subjects, the same questions, that’s my opinion anyway. Maybe I’m wrong but that’s my point of view.Thanks you all for helping me learning English.
I am not happy in my work because I can’t speak to English So help me.
Hi Benjamin! Please, let me any information, reference on the video, if there is any rule for adjectives/adverbs? exact for their ends…ly vs …lly? Can’t find. Thanks a lot in advance.
Thank U Benjamin for this lesson! It`s wonderful listening to native speakers, and the brave students.!
Thank you for those tips Benjamin
Benjamin you the one show us we are not alone who the struggled to learn English. This is one of the important and at the same time the fact we should not forget is the fact that English is foreign language. So being patience is the main point of succession. Thanks lot your attribute and energy….
very interesting lesson Benjamin. this video is really useful for people who are learning and improving English skills because it provides us with valuable information and also it gave us the opportunity to listen different kinds of acent, that’s was great. I really apreciate your help. Regards from Mexico
the movies dont upload for me
Try using psiphone program because YouTube didn’t work in iran
Apperantly Benjamin moves a lot of times back and forth Canada to London.
Thank you sir for bringing new formats into the Engvid.
i liked this video a lot) i had a dream – taking erasmus grant) and may be i`ll do one day) interesting to know opinions of persons who studied abroad)
hey some1 create a teamspeak group or raidcall !!!!!!
Hello Benjamin, I can not thank you enough; Your video is wonderful; It makes me happy;
Hello, Benjamin, Thanks for your lesson. This video broaden my horizons.
Thank you !!!
I cannot thank you enough Benjamin.This time next month I will be studying English in London for my TOEFL exam.I’ve always wondered what it was like studying English in UK.Apparently you have just answered my curiosities about studying in UK.
thank you this topic is interesting and l get point about English
i want to improve my English and give Ielts when i start to search in youtube one day see a man in a class teaching English when i play video wooo its amazing this teacher
seems like see you in home and because of him know i member of engvid.com and i`m so happy thanks Benjamin i saw you on that video
Yeah! I’d like to improve my English and find the way to learn it better. And also, I really want to take an IELTS exam.
Hii, I have just submitted and I hope with you, I’ll be english.
I would like how i passe the ILETS exame
what is the difference between (alumni – graduated ) ?
Thanks in advanced
Hi masster benjamin
Im behzadcm mohammadi
Plz help me Learning English Language
Bec I love It
I wish soon learned This English and come out of iran Entered univercity . In other country
YEs its good to learn language in English speaking country. But all things related to money. I have seen it’s very expensive
Thank you so much Benjamin !
It’s very useful for knowing about the exam of IELTS much more and the importance of using English with native speakers and especially if lives or studying in UK .
THANK YOU very much !
I have the same problem that the guy from Taiwan. I work for a Chinesse Organization, and my english hasn’t improve at all in my own country, moreover the english from Asian is terrible. I wonder if I can apply for a superior studies even though I’m more than 40 years old?. My last degree is System Engineer.
Great idea of yours,Benjamin!
Actually, I watched the video several times.Different
accents, very informative and interviewing the
students was fantastic.
I thank you once more,Benjamin.
I had difficult with this accent :( It’s so difficult!
Hi Benjamin, Happy New year..It is quite interesting videos. It’s good information for those whom do like to enroll in
IELTS academic or IELTS general.
They very happy and have fun atmosphere. thank you Benjamin
Great lesson Benjamin, thanks a lot! I’d be glad to see more such lessons.
You’re GREAT, Benjamin!