IELTS Speaking – Useful IELTS Interview Expressions

Useful IELTS Interview Expressions Lesson 10 In this lesson we will look at some useful IELTS interview expressions. You need to make sure that you have adequate vocabulary and phrases to explain your position in the speaking test. You may need to ask for clarification if you don’t understand something, or for something to be repeated if it was said… Continue reading IELTS Speaking – Useful IELTS Interview Expressions

IELTS Speaking Part 3 – Talking about Personal Experiences

Personal Experiences in Part 3 Lesson 11 This lesson is about using personal experiences in Part 3 of the IELTS Speaking Test  Students often make a mistake in part 3 of the IELTS test as they talk only about their personal experiences.  This is usually the sign of a weaker candidate.  Parts 1 and 2 of the speaking… Continue reading IELTS Speaking Part 3 – Talking about Personal Experiences

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IELTS Speaking Part 1 – Improving your Responses

IELTS Speaking Questions and Answers Lesson 2 This lesson is a quiz using IELTS speaking questions and answers to provide you with some general tips on successfully answering questions for part one of the IELTS speaking test. In part one of the test, you are asked general questions about yourself – follow this link to view example part… Continue reading IELTS Speaking Part 1 – Improving your Responses

IELTS Parts 1-3 – Formality & Getting the tone right

IELTS Speaking Tone Lesson 6  When you do your speaking test, it is important that you get the speaking tone correct. In this lesson we’ll look at how linking phrases can affect the tone. You are basically having a conversation with someone, so you want to sound natural. Some candidates think they have to sound very formal and academic. You… Continue reading IELTS Parts 1-3 – Formality & Getting the tone right

IELTS Speaking Part 2 – A hypothetical situation

Hypothetical Situation  Lesson 7  Sometimes in part 2 of the speaking test you are asked to describe things that involve a hypothetical situation. If something is hypothetical, then it is an unreal situation in the future. It is just an idea or imagined. The grammar for this is connected to conditional type II ‘if clauses’. Take… Continue reading IELTS Speaking Part 2 – A hypothetical situation