Do you know why the OET Writing Task is like a Christmas dinner? Find out in our latest #shorts video for some festive OET fun! And yes, before you all complain, of course, the pudding is the MAIN part of any meal! If you want to do some more OET preparation, why not check out one of our longer videos on the OET writing task and more!
Practise for your #OET with our latest #shorts video. I have two questions for you this time. 1. How does the doctor greet his patient and 2. What's the presenting complaint? We'll also cram in a quick bit of pronunciation and all in under a minute. Let's go!
Have you seen the expression "re" appearing in the case notes of your OET writing sub-test? Or, maybe you've spotted it in the sample answers of OET letters? What does it mean? Find out in our latest OET Q&A #shorts video. If you've got a question for us, feel free to drop us a comment on our YouTube Page!
If you are not sure how to end your OET speaking role play, watch our latest #OET #shorts video for a very quick reminder. One of our YouTube students got in touch with us and asked us some really interesting questions about how to end the OET speaking role play. First of all, m0o asked us what would happen if you finish all the tasks before the 5 minutes' allocated time? Well, I would recommend that you always keep talking until the interlocutor tells you to stop. There ar
Did you know that Doctors and Nurses in the UK tend to use the word "pop" quite a lot when they are talking to patients of all ages? But what does it mean? Find out in our latest Upgrade Your OET Vocabulary #shorts video.
A common phrase you might hear a medical healthcare professional using is "bear in mind..." But what does it mean and how would you use it with a patient? Find out in our latest OET vocabulary #shorts video and see if you were right. We'll give you an example of how you can use it with a patient as well, so you can double-check your knowledge.
What's the difference between "outlook" and "outcome"? Find out now in our latest #OET Vocabulary #shorts video. These short videos are designed to help you with your OET practice. Why not check out some of our other OET Vocabulary Quizzes, or OET Reading practice sessions, and OET Roleplay? You'll be able to find them on our channel!
Hello OET candidates! It's a lovely Bank Holiday weekend here in England, but what does that mean and why do Accident and Emergency Departments tend to be busy on these weekends? Find out now by watching out latest #shorts quiz.
We looked at skimming yesterday, so now it's the turn of scanning. The two reading techniques go hand-in-hand when you're studying for your OET. Watch our latest OET Reading #shorts for a quick reminder on what scanning is all about.
How should you spend your 5 minutes' reading time in your OET Writing Paper? Find out in our latest Upgrade Your OET Vocabulary #shorts quiz which goes over the 5 things you must do in your 5 minutes' reading time.
Can you fill in the gap in this OET vocabulary #shorts quiz? How can you make it more formal and less formal? Which one can you use in OET letters and which one can you use in OET speaking; what might you hear in an OET listening question?
A quick example of how you can use the Present Perfect in your #OET Watch our new series of #shorts when you're short on time and just want a quick boost to your OET skills and knoweldge. We'll look at useful phrases, grammar, and other OET tips.
When do we say: "Admitted to..." "Admitted for..." "Admitted on..." "Admitted with..." "Admitted by..."? Have a quick refresh of your OET preposition knowledge in this #OET Grammar #shorts now to find out!
Rejitha got in touch with us via our YouTube #shorts and asked us for help with using commas. Thanks for your OET question, Rejitha! Commas are used in sentences when we breathe. So every time you pause naturally to catch your breath, you should put a comma in, or if it's a long breath, a full stop! We also use them in non-defining clauses. That means, we use them to give extra information to the reader about a noun. For example. we can say: The patient, who was living in yo
Short of time but still want to do some #OET practice? Then why not watch our new series of OET #shorts and if you have an OET question you'd like answering, then why not send it in to us and we'll do us best to feature your question with an answer in a future video! https://youtu.be/hMR1EB6TwFw