Are you saying ‘I’m willing to’ when really you mean ‘I want to’? In this lesson you’ll find out the differences so you can use them correctly.
GT Letters takeaways
There are more and more AI writing checkers becoming available. Do any of them work well?
‘Get’ is a really useful little word when you’re trying to sound less formal. Here are some common expressions.
When you start a sentence with a noun/ing form, you need a singular verb, no matter what comes after the noun.
The skill of storytelling is important in different parts of the test. Here’s a summary of where to find practice.
Learn the best formal and informal alternatives for both Writing Task 2 and General Training Letters.
Informal letter features and practice: a photography competition
What will you be doing in 10 years? What will you have achieved?
These verbs have dangerous verb patterns. I suggest avoiding ‘suggest’ if at all possible!