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ICAO Level 5 Structure: Expressing Opinions When it comes to a speaking part of an ICAO exam, there’s a vast spectrum of possibilities to express your opinion and justify it. Let’s focus now on the first area. Why you should use phrases that emphasize your opinions? First of all, it ...

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ICAO Level 5 and 6 Structure: How To Form Complex Irregular Plurals? “Aircraft” is the best example of an irregular plural in aviation English and yes, it is the same in the singular (“an aircraft”) and plural (“the aircraft”). No other correct options ...

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ICAO Structure Level 6: ‘Zero Article’ in general and aviation English ‘A’, ‘An’ and ‘The” are the examples of the definite and indefinite articles used in the English language. When should those articles be omitted in general English? What are ...

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What are the ICAO Holistic Descriptors? One of the aviation key documents, Manual on the Implementation of ICAO Language Proficiency Requirements (Doc 9835), includes a set of guidelines that may be helpful to anyone who wants to take an ICAO exam. The manual includes the ICAO Holistic ...

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ICAO Level 5 Structure: Participle Adjectives Present Participle and Past Participle as Adjectives A lot of English words stem from the same family; it helps learners in terms of word formation as learning groups of words is effective because it’s acquired with bigger ease and ...

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ICAO Level 4 Structure: Adjectives – Basic Structures What Are Adjectives? Adjectives are one of the biggest parts of the speech together with verbs, nouns, and adverbs. The easiest adjectives most English students are familiar with even at the beginning of their language acquisition are: big, ...

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ICAO Structure: Pronouns – Reflexive The aim of this short article is to focus on reflexive pronouns. Firstly, I’d like to remind how they are formed; moreover, I’d like to present in which cases they are used. What Are Reflexive Pronouns? Reflexive pronouns can be distinguished ...

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ICAO Level 4 Structure: Plans and Intentions – Basic Structures “Will fly”, “are going to fly” and “are flying” are some of the most popular grammar forms that can be used to talk about plans and intentions. The differences between them strongly depend on the ...

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What is Aviation English? As a matter of fact, everyone knows the answer but no one understands; what is the real meaning behind it? In most cases, it’s associated with phraseology but aviation English doesn’t rely solely on it. So what’s this precisely? Let me share my ...

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How to use Online Oxford Collocation Dictionary? Well, it’s soooo exciting for me! This is my first tutorial ever! In my first video I’d like to show you how to use Online Oxford Collocation Dictionary. What is a collocation? A collocation is the way in which some words are used ...

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