A COMPLETE MODEL OF IELTS SPEAKING #3

PART 1 Examiner: Hello, my name is . . .. Can you tell me your name, please? Candidate:My name is . . .. Examiner: Can you show me your I.D., please! Thank you. Examiner: First, I’d like to ask you a few general…

A COMPLETE MODEL OF IELTS SPEAKING #2

Part 1 Examiner:Hello, my name is . . .. Can you tell me youR name, please? Candidate:My name is . . .. Examiner:Can you show me your I.D., please? Thank you. Examiner:First, I’d like to ask your a few general…

A COMPLETE MODEL OF IELTS SPEAKING #1

Part 1 Examiner: Hello, my name is . . .. Can you tell me your name, please? Candidate:My name is . . .. Examiner: Can you show me your I.D., please! Thank you. Examiner:First, I’d like to ask you a…

IELTS SPEAKING STRATEGIES

GENERAL STRATEGIES FOR THE SPEAKING MODULE Strategy 1:Don't memorise long answer Anything you say that the examiner thinks has been memorised will not be assessed. Strategy 2: Use your imagination in your answers Remember that the examiner is testing your…

IELTS SPEAKING TEST PROCEDURE

PART 1 INTRODUCTION The examiner introduces himself or herself, and then asks questions about familiar topics, such as your home, family, job and interests. This part lasts 4-5 minutes. The examiner will ask you questions about yourself based on different…

IELTS SPEAKING TEST

SPEAKING TEST The Speaking test consists of a three-part oral interview between you and an examiner and takes between 11 and 14 minutes. All speaking tests are recorded. Part 1: Introduction and Interview The examiner introduces him/herself and verifies your…

13 Tips for Speaking 2

1.You Don't Have to Talk About Every Bullet Point In the Official Marking Criteria for the Speaking Test there is nothing that states that you have to talk about every bullet point. Lots of IELTS examiners know this, but they…

Tips for Speaking

Keep on talking. The more you talk, the higher the score Listen to the questions and make sure you answer the question. Going off topic may mean that you didn't understand the topic or you are trying to use memorized…

12 Tips for Speaking 1

1. Familiar topics Speaking Part 1 lasts between 4-5 minutes and you will be asked questions about familiar topics, such as: Your job/studies Your family Your home Your hometown Your hobbies 2.Notice that these questions are all about you. It…

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