Simple Future # Grammar For IELTS

Simple future tense refers to a time later than now. It is used to express facts or things that we cannot control. In this case, there is no “attitude”.
It is used in the following ways –

To express future as a fact.

    • It will be Rakshabandhan next week.
    • The results will be declared in an hour.
  • I will be achieve success on my own terms.
To express things we believe will happen

  • I think India will win the match.
  • In my opinion, the youth will surely fight back terrorism.
  • I am sure I can do it and I will.
With I or we, to express an immediate decision.

  • I will pay the bill.
  • We will be heading to north now.
  • I will be coming.
The going to form (be going to +base of the verb) is used when we have decided to do something before talking about it.

  • I am going to resign this job very soon.
  • I am going to buy a new car.
  • I am going get that pen.
Going to form is often also used to describe something that we think is certain or bound to happen.

  • It is going to happen.
  • They are going to come.
  • She is going to have a baby.
It is used to express willingness to do something.

  • I will help you.
  • He will carry the bag for you.
Used with shall to make an offer.

  • Shall I help you?
  • Shall I open the window?
Used with will to make orders.

  • You will do as I say
  • You will be coming tomorrow.
Used with will to give invitations

  • Will you come to the party?
  • Will you be able to come to the park?

NOTE- In modern English will is preferred to shall. Shall is mainly used with I and we to make an offer or suggestion, or to ask for advice. With the other persons (you, he, she, they) shall is only used in literary or poetic situations.


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Festivals # Vocabulary For IELTS

IELTS BAND 7 wishes everyone happy festivals.

And for today let us have a look at the vocabulary related to celebrations and life events.

Sentence-: I recently celebrated by parents 25th marriage anniversary.
Meaning-: the yearly recurrence of the date of past event.
Sentence-: By next Ash Wednesday, I will have learned how to fast without getting sick.
Meaning-: the seventh Wednesday before Easter/ the day of fasting, the first day of lent in western Christianity. It occurs 46 days before easter.
Sentence-: To John, the baptism is sacred and willingly blind to religion.
Meaning-: It is the Christian sacrament of admission and adoption, almost invariably with the use of water into the Christian church generally also a particular church.
Meaning-: the initiation ceremony of a Jewish boy who has reached the age of 13 and is regarded as ready to observe religious precepts and eligible to take part in public worship.
Sentence-: The inventions are born out of the need to do something.
Meaning-: to start to exist
Sentence-: I celebrate my birthday with my friends and family.
Meaning-: the day on which something comes to existence
Sentence-: I am going to the carnival, will you like to join?
Meaning-: an annual festival, typically during the week before lent in roman catholic countries, involving procession, music, dancing and the use of masquerade,
Sentence-: We are going to the celebration of birth of Christ.
Meaning-: the act of celebrating an important day or event
Sentence-: At the christening of prince George, the duchess of Cambridge looked radiant in an ivory-colored Alexander McQueen ruffled suit.
Meaning-: the Christian sacrament of baptizing and naming an infant
Sentence-: The father of our nation knew how to throw a Christmas party.
Meaning-: the annual festival of the Christian church commemorating the birth of Jesus: celebrated on December 25 and now generally observed as a legal holiday and an occasion for exchanging gifts.

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Festivals 2 # Vocabulary For IELTS

We talked about festivals lately, but then in IELTS, the more you know the better it will be for you. Before you move forward, go have a look at what we talked about festivals.


Sentence-: I am going to New Zealand on this New Year.
Meaning-: the period immediately before and after 31 December.


Sentence-: When most people were enjoying on the new year’s eve, she was still working hard to fulfill her dreams.

Meaning-: the last day of the year; in the modern Western calendar, 31 December.


Sentence-: I will be visiting Melbourne on pancake day.
Meaning-: Shrove Tuesday (known in some countries as Pancake Day) is a day in February or March, preceding Ash Wednesday (the first day of Lent), which is celebrated in some countries by consuming pancakes.


Sentence-: One direction carried out a parade to support gay marriages.
Meaning-: a public procession, especially one celebrating a special day or event.


Sentence-: I visited my friend Miss Uzma during Ramadan.
Meaning-: the ninth month of the Muslim year, during which strict fasting is observed from dawn to sunset.


Meaning-: the day before Ash Wednesday. Though named for its former religious significance, it is chiefly marked by feasting and celebration, which traditionally preceded the observance of the Lenten fast.


Meaning-: (in North America) an annual national holiday marked by religious observances and a traditional meal. The holiday commemorates a harvest festival celebrated by the Pilgrim Fathers in 1621, and is held in the US on the fourth Thursday in November. A similar holiday is held in Canada, usually on the second Monday in October.


Sentence-: We are invited to the wedding party of Paul and Priyanka.
Meaning-: a marriage ceremony, especially considered as including the associated celebrations.


Sentence-: The stage was decorated with wreath, for the bride and the groom.
Meaning-:an arrangement of flowers, leaves, or stems fastened in a ring and used for decoration or for laying on a grave.


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Shot The Breeze # Idioms For IELTS

We talk often, but do you know what if I say, you just shot the breeze or maybe that You and I speak the same language. If you don’t read more and find out.

To shoot the breeze:
Sentence-: We are just sitting in the backyard and shooting the breeze, why don’t you join us?
Meaning-: To chat in a relaxed way about something. So, what are you doing? You are just sitting in the backyard and chatting about something trivial.
To speak the same language:
Sentence: Aman and Anupriya speak the same language.
Meaning: Speaking the same language doesn’t mean they literally speak the same language, it means they agree with each other or think alike.
To talk a mile a minute:
Sentence: She really talks a mile in a minute. It makes it so hard for me to understand what she is saying.
Meaning: It means she speaks really fast.
To spill the beans:
Sentence: I just spill the beans and trust me I feel so much relaxed now.
Meaning: It doesn’t mean that she has literally spilled some beans. All it means is to confess.
To talk someone into something:
Sentence: Anvesha easily talked her into gymnastics.
Meaning: She convinced or persuaded her to take gymnastics.
No Dice:
Sentence: They are left with no dice
Meaning: to show that there are no chances of success.
Speak of the devil:
Sentence: Speak of the devil and she is here.
Meaning: It means a person comes just after we mention their name.
Have swallowed a dictionary:
Sentence: Has she swallowed the dictionary?
Meaning: use long and difficult words when speaking
Die in your bed:
Sentence: Some people are lucky enough to die in their bed.
Meaning: To suffer a peaceful and natural death
Tuned in:
Sentence: Just tune her in, she can be a great asset.
Meaning: aware or able to understand something

Learn them. Use them. Express more and fly high.


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