In our last article, the common questions about education, media and environment have been mentioned. In this article, more frequently asked questions are going to be introduced. This can boost your confidence and help you to get a taste of the question types!
Most of the candidates feel nervous about IELTS speaking part 3. The major reason is that the direction of part 3 will continue with the flow of part 2, yet the aspect will be boarder than that of part 2. This part is approximately 5 minutes and candidates need to respond to examiner immediately. So, let’s get yourself prepared by looking at the below, helping you to familiarize yourself with the types of questions!
The biggest difference between part 2 and other part is the length of answer. Part 1 requires short and clear response, while part 2 needs candidates to show their coherence and ability in organizing ideas. The questions are usually about the candidates themselves. Just look at the question types below to prepare ahead!
In IELTS speaking part 2, you will have 1 minute to prepare your speech. Then, you will give your speech for about 2 minutes. The speed of constructing ideas and linking of words are very important in this part. The way to ease your nervousness is by practicing, so that you can get used to this kind of questions! Let’s do some exercises by looking at the topics and common questions below!
In the former article, topics concerning family, work/study and hobbies were introduced. In this article more common questions are ready for you to get yourself prepared! Try to use the below as practice and answer the questions to boost your confidence in oral speaking!
IELTS Speaking is divided into three parts and part 1 is approximately 5 minutes. It is generally about family, study / work and hobbies of the candidate. Yet, it is never said to be easy. So, let’s prepare for the questions together!
When you are writing argumentative articles or trying to persuade people, the language you use is a determining factor in whether your work is outstanding or not. Therefore, what you need are the discourse markers that help you to emphasize your stance and points! Seek the attention of markers and stop acting too ambiguous!
If you want to give a brief conclusion for the points you made, the whole article or the examples, you need to generalize them before introducing the summary, or else, it would be a mess! To keep it tidy and neat in your passage, the discourse markers below can surely help! Remember to jot them down so that you can use it in paper 2, 3 and 4.
When you are writing about comparisons, without using the term ‘ in comparison’, you can also state it clearly which can win the attention of markers! Introducing the discourse markers below, it helps you to organize your passage and you can probably gain more marks! You can apply them to paper 2 /3/4, and so there is no reason for you not to know more about how to use them wisely!
In the IELTS Speaking exam, can we ask questions? The answer is Yes. But, you have to be aware of what questions can be asked and what should be avoided. How can you ask the examiner in appropriate manner? Let’s learn about it in the following passage.