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2 Views · 15 days ago

Welcome to our latest video, where we delve into the world of IELTS Speaking exams and explore the differences between being assessed by real examiners and AI technology. 🎤✨
As the world of testing evolves, understanding these differences can help you make an informed choice about your preparation and exam strategy. In this video, we'll cover:
👉 The Role of Real Examiners: Discover how human examiners evaluate your speaking skills, including their ability to pick up on nuances, body language, and emotional cues.
👉 AI in IELTS Speaking: Learn about the latest advancements in AI technology and how it’s being used to assess speaking tests, focusing on accuracy, objectivity, and feedback consistency.
👉 Pros and Cons: Weigh the benefits and drawbacks of each method. Which one provides more personalized feedback? Which is more cost-effective and time-efficient?
👉 Preparation Tips: Get practical advice on how to prepare for both real examiner and AI assessments to ensure you're ready for any scenario.
👉 Expert Opinions: Hear from IELTS experts and former examiners about their experiences and recommendations for test-takers.
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00:00:00 AI vs Face-to-Face Speaking with an Examiner
00:00:19 The Bias in AI Marking Systems
00:01:19 Advantages of Human Examiners
00:01:57 IELTS Speaking Test Format
00:02:58 Life Skills Test Format
00:03:47 The Human Touch in IELTS Speaking Tests

enlangu
1 Views · 19 days ago

🔔 Welcome to BDVets English Learning Channel! 🔔
In today's video, we delve into the Present Simple Tense (সাধারণ বর্তমান বা নিত্যবৃত্ত বর্তমান) in English grammar. This tense is essential for expressing habits, routines, universal truths, and habitual actions. Let's break down its usage, structure, and examples to help you master it effortlessly.
📘 What is Present Simple Tense? Present Simple Tense is used to describe:
• Ongoing actions or events
• Habits or regular actions
• Universal truths or facts
• Scheduled events in the near future
বাংলারূপঃ
এই Tense দ্বারা বর্তমান কালের কোন কাজ/ঘটনা, অভ্যাস/প্রকৃতি, চিরন্তন সত্য বা স্বাভাবিক কার্য, অভ্যস্থতা, নিত্য নৈমিত্তিক ঘটনা ইত্যাদি বুঝানো হয়। বাংলায় এর ক্রিয়াবিভক্তি হয় - করি, করিস, কর, করেন ইত্যাদি।
Structure (গঠন):
• Affirmative: Subject + Verb (base form)
• Negative: Subject + Do/Does + Not + Verb (base form)
• Interrogative: Do/Does + Subject + Verb (base form)?
• Negative-Interrogative: Do/Does + Subject + Not + Verb (base form)?
Examples (উদাহরণ):
• Affirmative:
• He buys books.
• I work.
• Negative:
• He doesn't buy books.
• I do not work.
• Interrogative:
• Does he buy books?
• Do I work?
• Negative-Interrogative:
• Doesn't he buy books?
• Do I not work?
Usage (ব্যবহার):
1. Habitual Actions (অভ্যাস বা অভ্যস্থতা):
• He smokes.
• Dogs bark.
2. Universal Truths (চিরন্তন সত্য):
• The sun rises in the east.
3. Scheduled Events (নিকট ভবিষ্যত):
• Ramadan begins next month.
4. Timeless Facts (স্বাভাবিক কার্য):
• Water boils at 100°C.
Additional Notes:
• Adverbs/Adverbial Phrases: Always, never, sometimes, usually, etc., often indicate habitual actions.
• Example: He always works at night.
• Negative Sentences: Use 'do not' or 'does not'.
• Example: He does not eat fish.
• Interrogative Sentences: Start with 'Do' or 'Does'.
• Example: Do you like ice cream?
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enlangu
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10 IELTS Vocabulary Words with mnemonics
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enlangu
5 Views · 1 year ago

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