2021.12.04 02:06 serma1 The most Iowa thing I've seen
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2021.12.04 02:06 Unlucky_Conclusion77 Original Character, her name is Luperca
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2021.12.04 02:06 alphamikedelta The eye in the soup blinked.
2021.12.04 02:06 Hopeful_Bag605 Put me on some Niche clothing brands
What are some lowkey brands that are not as popular but make drippy stuff?
Plz dont say stuff like Off-White or Gallery Dept. etc. I'm looking for some unique brands on the come up
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2021.12.04 02:06 mrweswes A human wave of protesters refusing to wear a mask or show their papers overwhelm the police and shout, "Liberté!" as they take over this French mall
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2021.12.04 02:06 CurlyHeadQTee 12mm With hangers that were a birthday gift last year. Now I’m hooked on ear weights and hangers! Lol goal size is 16mm or 18mm. I’ll see when I get there HAHA
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2021.12.04 02:06 Zombiebait24 Practice makes perfect
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2021.12.04 02:06 popcornboiii Amouranth wants to make a Porn Video with Hasanabi
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2021.12.04 02:06 pokepronba 3x3 Dump, Here's my manga one.
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2021.12.04 02:06 ronnyhaze Working on a weird project, haha since ima Predator nut. Im painting a Gremlin like a Predator and hope to sculpt some armor too. Gonna take a bit of practice! Haha
2021.12.04 02:06 callme_emi WFL? (For a friend)
2021.12.04 02:06 NewsElfForEnterprise Pegasus spyware on State Department phones: What you need to know
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2021.12.04 02:06 kiiingraaat King Rat - The Drum
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2021.12.04 02:06 TareeqRumi712 6’2”, 137-140 lbs. Slim commission earth dye in 29x34 b/c 29x32 was squeezing my balls. Are these too long?
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2021.12.04 02:06 yurakol it is starting to be funny: they are now advertising boosting on valve's release tweets xD
2021.12.04 02:06 YaBoiJJ__ Men/women of Reddit what is something your bf/gf has/hasn’t done/not done that made/didn’t make you angry/happy?
2021.12.04 02:06 At1en0 Gatherer’s boon? What is the point???
I get they removed HQ items but honestly gatherer’s boon seems terrible.
When it triggers you literally get 1 extra item.
It might have been handy if it doubled the item yield, because you could try to maximise gains that way, but as it stands it seems pointless.
Am I missing something here?
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2021.12.04 02:06 SatansFloppyDong This strain is absolutely amazing smelling smells like blueberries
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2021.12.04 02:06 Rich_Concentrate5031 add me for raids, none of my irl friends play anymore 4489-7881-1033
2021.12.04 02:06 ZealousidealCut1286 Received my IELTS results (Overall Band 8.0) --- long post ahead
Hello everyone. After 6 days of anxiously refreshing my phone, I finally got the results for my computer-based exam:
I have to say, these scores were what I mostly expected. For context, I'm not a native English speaker but my university primarily taught using English, I watch hundreds of American/English tv shows and movies, and I am an avid reader of English books/novels too.
As for my preparation, since I work an 8-5 job, I sneak in about 2 hours of practice for the Reading and Listening modules after I get home for about a week. My resources were the free Road to IELTS materials in the British Council site as well as the whole test simulation they give you for free. I also used ieltsonlinetests mainly for my Reading and Listening practice and ieltsliz for the Writing tips. For Speaking, I just browsed a couple of videos on Youtube and that was it.
Here's a breakdown of my thoughts per module:
Listening (Predicted Score - 9.0): I had a good feeling about the test as soon as it ended. I was focused until the very last section, I was confident with my answers, and I was completely relaxed. When I practiced with ieltsonlinetests, I rarely get a 9.0. To be fair, the actual exam is 70% easier than what is on the site so if you usually get a 7.5 - 8.0 band, you're good. The best advice I could give you during the test is to keep focused. Don't let your thoughts wander after answering a question; there's a big chance you miss the next lines the speaker say. Answer with confidence --- don't second guess and dwell on past questions if you still have to answer a few questions after. If you really have to go back and review, wait until the entire section is finished. Another great tip would be to read the questions and answers in advance. Get a picture on what the questions need from you and these would help you look out for specific phrases in the recording.
Reading (PS - 8.5): I am a voracious reader so I am used to dealing with huge blocks of texts. I read quite fast and whenever I practice Reading on ieltsonlinetests, I usually take only about 40 minutes max. Nevertheless, the test was still a bit challenging/tricky for me. My advice would be to utilize the highlight tool in your computer --- it would be a big help especially if you want to go back and review after you finish the first time around. One thing about the Reading test is there is always a corresponding sentence or two about the questions that they ask you about --- whether in the form of a Yes/No/Not Given questions, Match the Headings, True/False/Not Given, or a Multiple Choice. I assure you that once you find those sentences, which might not be phrased the same way in the question, they would lead you to the right answer. Also, I couldn't really follow the 'read the first and last paragraphs' advice since I can read quickly so it's okay for me to read the whole text but what I can tell you is to play to your strengths.
Writing (PS - 6.0 - 6.5): Welp. To be honest, I ended my test feeling satisfied with what I did. In the first part, I wrote 190+ words and I wrote 300+ words in the last section. I didn't really prepare much for writing, since I didn't have anyone to mark my work. All I did was read up on ieltsliz and watch her videos the day before the exam and took notes on the preferred sentence structures and form of the tests. So on the day of the test, I spent 20 mins on the first text: (1st par) paraphrased the graph description, (2nd par) made general observations as a whole (no numbers yet), (3rd par) specific observations/comparisons, and (4th par) overall observations. Now, the 2nd part of the test was where I messed up. The test was a 'describe both views' type of question and give an opinion and what I did on the test was: (1st par) paraphrased thesis statement, (2) 1st view opinion and supporting ideas, (3) 1st view second opinion and supporting ideas, and (4) conclusion and recommendations. Did you see what I did wrong? Yes, I did not follow instructions. I only talked about the first view (my preferred view) and didn't provide any discussion about the second view. at. all. Of course, silly old me realized this only after the test, which was 10 minutes before the speaking test (which was why I was so stressed out lol) and so, I am truly grateful I still got a 7.0. I think my grammar, use of appropriate linking words, and good vocabulary did help so please, for the love of God, aside from these, read the questions carefully!
Speaking (PS - 7.5): As I mentioned, I had about 10 minutes before I had to sit for this test when I realized I messed up my Writing Test. Lol. I told myself, "Look, I'm allowing you a 2-minute mental breakdown to agonize over this but that's it". During the test, it definitely showed that I was a nervous wreck. My voice was a bit shaky and while I was able to speak fluently, I had a case or two where I had to pause for 3 seconds to try and collect myself. I also asked the examiner once to repeat the question. Basically, what I did on the test was, every time I make a general statement, I try to follow them up with examples. I made a constant effort to use complex but natural vocabulary and structure. I think, for this test, what I can only tell you, despite my abysmal preparation thru browsing Youtube videos an hour before the exam, is to be natural. Don't try to force yourself to stick to some kind of structure; you will only sound like a practiced robot. Provide detailed examples but don't go too far from the topic as well.
TLDR: Tips to get a good band score --- Listening: Keep focused. Reading: Find your strengths and stick with it. Writing: Read the questions well. Speaking: Be natural and spontaneous.
Good luck, everyone! I wish you all the best with your exams.
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2021.12.04 02:06 Terrible-Interview18 Bruh
Dottore mains when they realize that he won’t ever be playable due to how fucked up beyond repair he is.
You think Traveler would ever travel with him?
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2021.12.04 02:06 Cardo2354 Where to find more gay digital art?
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2021.12.04 02:06 TheWrongGasMask Most Profitable Trade?
Sooo i just got my armoring to level 200, and trying to figure out what to sink some time ( and money ) into next, while also being able to make some money along the way..
What do you fine folks think is the most profitable skill?
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2021.12.04 02:06 nickkenya Screen color issue?
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2021.12.04 02:06 reeboybitch Only just thought of this
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