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  • Thank you for these tips. I’ve always gotten my IELTS students to use macmillandictionary as word patterns are very important for English. I just found out that this section on language tip of the week is really good. I’ll definitely get my students to read through all this. Keep writing. Cheers!

  • Please help me to get the meaning of following line from your article:

    “Hoping that everything will go right is quite a risk to take with your oral health”

  • Hi Amir. I agree it’s quite a tricky sentence to untangle. It helps if you turn it round: “You are taking quite a risk with your oral health if you [just] hope that everything will go right [rather than visiting your dentist].” The meaning is that you should not take risks with the health of your teeth, but instead should get any problems checked out quickly.