IELTS Speaking TEST
IELTS has three speaking parts. Part one has interview and introduction and part two has speaking card on which you normally find a topic with clues to talk , finally part 3 is called two way discussion. Do not be scared of examiners, they are always polite and encouraging.
Speaking – Part one Examiners start with greetings, saying hello and introduce themselves, gradually they start interviewing why you have decided to give IELTS test so on and talks about general topic. Speaking – Part two
They give you a speaking card with a topic, it might be about a favourite teacher, journey, color, movie, game, place, book, hobby or it may be any general topic with no specialized knowledge. You are given one to two minutes to make your notes and be ready to speak. Here in this section , you are expected to speak fluently, show your continuity in speaking, lexical resources, complex structures, coherence, cohesion and variety of expressions. while speaking do not stop in any part, keep on speaking unless examiners stop you. Do not think or give examiners impressions that you are thinking or planning, it gives bad impression as well when students make sounds like hah…hmm…errr….
Speaking – Part three In final part of speaking, examiner and you interact each other, you are normally asked questions related to speaking card.they Ask you in more detailed specific information to see how in dept you can answer or use your ability to answer structured, pronunciation and continuity wise.. Overall i would suggest all you to focus on your questions and be ready to answer instantly once you hear your questions from examiners. I hope all of you would score better…