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IELTS Speaking Tips

Posted: May 5, 2019 at 11:57 am   /   by   /   comments (0)
  • Talk as much as you can – You’ve got 11 – 14 minutes to show how good your speaking is.

  • Avoid yes/no answers – Develop your answers and try to include details to fill out your answer.

  • Correct yourself if you make a mistake – This is what native speakers do and you won’t lose marks for it.

  • Make sure that you relax and talk fluently – you should talk as fluently as possible and be spontaneous 

  • Make sure your intonation is not flat – English speakers have melody in their intonation. If the way you speak sounds flat, you will sound bored – the examiner might think that you are not interested or don’t care!

  • Practice at home and record yourself – When you have completed all three parts of the practice Speaking test, listen to your recording of your own practice test to see how well you did.

  • Relax, be confident and enjoy using your English

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