Below are lots of resources to help you prepare for the IELTS speaking test.
IELTS Speaking Part 1
In part 1 you will be asked questions on familiar topics such as your hometown and your family. Click below for lots of sample questions and answers.
Simple yet effective ways to extend your answers in Part 1 of the Speaking test.
10 quick tips on what you should and shouldn’t do in Part 1.
IELTS Speaking Part 2
This part of the test allows you to speak for longer on a given topic.
You will be given a card with a particular topic on it, and this will include key points that you should talk about.
You will be given one minute to plan and then you will talk for between 1-2 minutes.
Below are some tips that I give to all of my speaking classes:
Click below for a strategy you can use each and every time.
IELTS Speaking Part 3
In part 3 test the examiner will ask further questions which are linked to the topic talked about in part 2.
This part of the test is designed to give you the opportunity to talk about things in a more abstract way.
Below are the most common questions that examiners ask in Part 3.
Below are some tips about the psychology of Part 3 and how to mentally prepare for that part of the test.
IELTS Speaking Tips
- Asking the Examiner Questions
- Speaking Marking Criteria
- Examiner Approved IELTS Speaking Tips
- How to Prepare for IELTS Speaking
- Speaking Topics
- Formal or Informal?
- Examiner-Approved IELTS Speaking Tips
- IELTS Pronunciation Guide
- 10 English Words Even Native Speakers Find Difficult to Pronounce
- Practice Pronunciation at Home for Free
- Is Accent Important?
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Posted by IELTS Advantage on Thursday, January 19, 2017
IELTS Speaking Practice
This article will show you how to practice on your own, find other people to practice with and find an IELTS expert to help you with your speaking.
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