IELTS Speaking test. In this podcast you can listen to a British accent asking typical IELTS speaking questions.
In the recording you can practise your timing, answering and check if you understand the examiner’s questions.
IELTS Task 1 doesn’t have to be difficult. If you can master a few verb tenses, learn the appropriate verbs for describing change, and then group all the info into paragraphs you can pick up easy points.
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At college a friend always said if his A-Levels were songs he would get A grades for every subject, he had this unique ability to memorise song lyrics without even trying.
When you have a lyric trapped in your head it’s called an ‘ear-worm’
Have you ever wondered how to prepare for the Speaking section?
Or what’s the best preparation a student can do to pass the IELTS exam?
How do you prepare a student for Speaking Task 2?
Do you know any techniques or hacks for Task 2? Or even Task 3?
How can you improve the fluency of a student?
A way to overcome exam nervousness? [click to continue…]
First look at the language we are going to use, then some guidelines or tips. Then a technique or process to employ to write the essay.
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