Speaking Exam Quick Tips
- Sit straight and breathe slowly.
- Try to speak a bit louder but don’t try to speak faster than you can. This increases the comprehension of the listener.
- Vocalise – don’t swallow the ending parts of the words. This way the examiner will be able to better understand what you’re saying.
For example, some people may say “Torono” instead of “Toronto”. It may be more complicated to understand what you mean for a person who is not used to the peculiarities of your speech.