You might be thinking about taking an English exam for one reason or another. If you're looking for something for your CV I would recommend a Cambridge exam as you get a nice certificate from Cambridge
25 Euro - 60 minutes
75 Zloty - 60 minutes
400UAH - 60 minutes
25 USD- 60 minutes
University which you can add to your CV. And the good thing is, there is no expiration date on the certificate. But don't let that be an excuse to stop learning English ;)
You might, however, need IELTS because you are thinking about studying, working, or living abroad. I can offer preparation for IELTS, KET, PET, FCE, and CAE. You might also have another exam you need to prepare for which isn't above, send me an email, and I'll let you know if it's possible. Do note though, I do not prepare students for TOEFL and I would recommend finding an American teacher if you plan on taking this exam.
I would recommend getting a coursebook if you plan on taking one of the above exams. If you're looking for a recommendation, I'd advise the Objective series and Complete series of all the mentioned exams.
Of course, you don't need to get a coursebook, but it will help. I will provide all materials for IELTS preparation, and each lesson will focus on ways of tackling the exam, using materials from past papers, and various other IELTS related material.
If you are looking for a teacher to help you prepare for an exam, get in contact.
Luke - English native speaker in Lviv
Two words that are used by native speakers a lot are ages and massive. They simply mean a long time and very big. Using them in your own language use will help you sound more natural.
I've been waiting for the new series for ages
That burger is massive, you'll never eat it.