It's very helpful to consider the building blocks of the language. So, let's begin with the basics and build up to the very complex.
Conditional sentences are common in everyday English. But you need to be very careful in the way you use conditionals—otherwise, you can convey the wrong meaning entirely.
The Grammar/Syntax section of the G.B.C. test is one in which the majority of students score below 3, with scores of 1 or 2 being very common.
Some verbs can be followed by a gerund (-ing verb) or an infinitive (to+verb). For instance, these sentences are both grammatically correct: "Remember to study", and "Remember studying." However, the meanings are quite different.
One very easy way to make your spoken English more effective is to use emphatic phrases. Apart from making your ideas and opinions stronger, they also impress GBC interviewers!
Actually, why not say that last sentence like this: