Seven ways to improve IELTS speaking?
- Speak loudly and be audible. Don’t worry about your accent. Examiners are used to dealing with different accents. Just be clear.
- Keep talking until examiner indicate they are satisfied.
- Keep eye contact with the examiner.
- Don’t be monotonous, express emotions and gesticulate when necessary.
- If you are not a native speaker, and English is not your national language, then you are going to have to practice alot.
- sharpen your vocabulary, avoid misuse or overuse of vocabulary
- polish your grammatical construction
- show off, if need be, using idiomatic expressions, metaphors, etc.
- take practice tests
- If you do not understand a question or a vocabulary, you can ask for clarification.
- Most of the questions will be about personal experiences and there’ll be some you’ve not had. Some are also about abstract issues/concepts you’re not familiar. One way to tackle this problem is to assume yourself in the situation and express your views. Don’t ask for change of question or tell you don’t have an answer. Remember, its an English test not an intelligence test, just give coherent answers even though they may not fully address the question.
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