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SPEAKING PART 2- NO 13

نویسنده :بهنام فرقانی
تاریخ:دوشنبه 17 اسفند 1394-09:10 ق.ظ

IELTS Speaking Part 2: team project

Describe a team project that you worked on. You should say:

·    what it was

·    what you did

·    and how you felt about it.

 

I’d like to talk about a team project that I was involved in during my final term at business school. There were four of us on the team, and our task was to work with a local company to research a new market, in a European country, for one of their products or services. Our objective was to produce a report and give a presentation.

The first thing we did was split into two groups of two. We had been assigned a company that produced a range of bicycle accessories, so two of us spent some time getting to know the company while the other two researched the market and the competitors in the target country, which was Germany. In the end, I think it was a successful project because we managed to identify a possible gap in the market in Germany for one of the company’s products. Our group presentation also went really well.

Until that point, the course had been all about business theory, so it was quite a learning experience to work with a real company. I felt a real sense of accomplishment when we handed in our report and delivered our presentation, and I think all of us were proud of what we had done.

Vocabularies:

·    a team project with 3 members on each team

·    It was quite a learning experience

·    In the end, I think it was a successful project

·    Our task was to...

·    We had to collaborate

·    The challenges were intense but fun

·    a real sense of accomplishment

·    It was more rewarding than I could have imagined

·    They were proud of what we had done

·    Success is a team project

·    share the burden




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SPEAKING PART 2- NO 12

نویسنده :بهنام فرقانی
تاریخ:شنبه 17 بهمن 1394-09:22 ق.ظ

IELTS Speaking Part 2: old building description

Describe an old building that you like. You should say:

·    where it is

·    what it is used for

·    and why you like it.

 

1. I'm going to describe a very famous building in New York: the Empire State Building. People might not think of it as an old building, but the Empire State Building was built in 1931, so I don't think it can be classed as new. It's located on Manhattan island and it's probably the most distinctive and recognisable building when you look at New York's skyline.

2. As far as I know, the Empire State Building is an office building, but visitors can go up to an observation deck on the top floor, which is the 102nd floor. There's also a 360-degree observation area on the 86th floor. Apparently, the building makes more money from the sale of tickets to the observation floors than it does from office rentals.

3. I think the Empire State Building is still one of the most impressive skyscrapers in the world. It's such an iconic structure, and it's amazing to think that it was built around 80 years ago. The best thing about the building is the viewing deck on the top floor, which offers spectacular views of the city; it's definitely the best vantage point in New York. I'd recommend anyone who visits the city to go there and experience the view.

Classed: Classified كلاسه بندی شده

Distinctive: متمایز

recognisable: قابل تشخیص

Skyline: دورنمای یك شهر

Deck: سكو، عرشه 

Top floor: بالاترین طبقه

Rental: پول اجاره

Sale: فروش

Sky scraper: آسمان خراش

iconic: مهم و تاریخی

Spectacular: تماشایی

Vantage point: بهترین موقعیت دیدن





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SPEAKING PART 2- NO 10

نویسنده :بهنام فرقانی
تاریخ:سه شنبه 17 آذر 1394-09:33 ق.ظ

IELTS Speaking Part 2: describe a conversation

Describe an interesting conversation you had with someone you didn't know. You should say

- who the person was
- where the conversation took place
- what you talked about
- and explain why you found the conversation interesting.

·    I’m going to talk about an interesting conversation that I had a couple of weeks ago in a music shop. I was walking along one of the main shopping streets in the city centre, when a large window displaying all sorts of musical instruments caught my eye. Out of curiosity, I decided to go in and have a look around.

·    The person I ended up speaking to was a shop assistant on the second floor, in the area of the shop dedicated to acoustic guitars. I hadn’t intended to speak to anyone, but the assistant approached me in a friendly way and asked whether I had any questions.

·    I explained to the assistant that I hadn’t played the guitar for years, but that I wondered what the differences were between the various acoustic guitars on show. He talked to me about the different makes and models, whether they were factory or hand made, the woods and varnishes used, the variation in sound quality, and of course the price range.

·    I found the conversation fascinating because the shop assistant was so knowledgeable. It was obvious that he had a passion for the guitar, and he didn’t mind talking to me even though I had made it clear that I didn’t intend to buy anything. He even picked up and played three or four of the instruments to demonstrate the differences in their sound.

Vocabularies:

- caught my eye

- out of curiosity

- I ended up (+ing)

- dedicated to

- I hadn't intended to.....

- approached me

- I wondered what..... were

- the various..... on show

- the snow is what differentiates winter from the other seasons

- the landscape looks beautiful



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SPEAKING PART 2-NO 9

نویسنده :بهنام فرقانی
تاریخ:سه شنبه 17 آذر 1394-09:31 ق.ظ

IELTS Speaking Part 2: favourite season

Describe your favourite season in your country. You should say

- when that season is
- what the weather is like at that time of year
- how that season is different from other seasons
- and why it is your favourite season.

 

·    My favourite season in England is winter. A typical English winter would last around 4 or 5 months between November and March, but when I say that I like the winter, I’m really thinking about the coldest month or two each year.

·    During those really wintry months, the temperature drops below zero and it often snows. Over the last few years we’ve had periods of quite heavy snowfall, to the extent that roads have been blocked and schools have had to close. Last winter I remember looking out of the window one morning and seeing everything covered in a layer of white.

·    Obviously the snow is what differentiates winter from the other seasons, but when it doesn’t snow there isn’t much difference between winter, autumn and spring; winter is just a bit colder.

·    The reason I’ve chosen winter as my favourite season is because I like the snow. I live near the countryside, and the landscape looks beautiful when everything is covered in white. We also celebrate Christmas and New Year in the winter, and these are my favourite festivals

Vocabularies:.

- a typical winter would last...

 - when I say..., I'm really thinking about...

 - wintry months

- the temperature drops below zero

- we’ve had periods of quite heavy snowfall

- to the extent that...

 - roads have been blocked and schools have had to close

- everything covered in a layer of white

- the snow is what differentiates winter from the other seasons

- the landscape looks beautiful



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SPEAKING PART 2- NO 8

نویسنده :بهنام فرقانی
تاریخ:سه شنبه 17 آذر 1394-09:29 ق.ظ

IELTS Speaking Part 2: describe a market

Describe an open-air or street market which you enjoyed visiting. You should say:

- where the market is
- what the market sells
- how big the market is
- and explain why you enjoyed visiting it.

 

·    I’m going to describe a street market that I’ve enjoyed visiting many times in Manchester. It’s the Manchester Christmas Market, and it comes to the city for about a month from the end of November every year. The market stalls are spread across several sites in the city centre, but the centrepiece is the large European market in Albert Square next to the Town Hall.

·    The Christmas Market stalls sell an array of Christmas gifts and mouth-watering food and drink from all over Europe. It’s a great place to find handmade crafts such as jewellery, ornaments, wooden toys and other souvenirs, but it’s the food and drink that seem to be most popular. Probably the biggest seller is the ‘Gluhwein’, a hot, sweet wine which is sold in a souvenir mug.

·    The market was originally quite small, occupying just one of the central squares in Manchester, but it’s grown quickly in recent years, spilling over into maybe five other pedestrian streets and a few other squares. Apparently there are over 200 stalls now, so it’s become a really big event attracting thousands of visitors.

·    The main reason I’ve always enjoyed visiting the Christmas Market is the fantastic atmosphere. When I went there last December, it didn’t matter how cold or wet the weather was, Manchester seemed to come alive when the market opened; the streets were bustling with people and there was a real festive feel to the city.



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SPEAKING PART 2- NO 7

نویسنده :بهنام فرقانی
تاریخ:سه شنبه 17 آذر 1394-09:27 ق.ظ

IELTS Speaking Part 2: sample answer

Describe a subject that you think should be removed from school education programmes. You should say

- what the subject is
- why you think it is unnecessary for children to study it
- and explain what you would replace it with.

 

·    I’m going to suggest that art could be taken out of the school curriculum. In my experience, art lessons at school tend to include drawing, painting, and the making of collages using paper, fabric and other household materials.

·    There are a few reasons why I think that school art lessons are unnecessary. Firstly, I don’t believe that drawing and painting are essential skills that children will need when they leave school. Children might find these activities enjoyable, but it’s unlikely that they will need them in the working world. Secondly, children can draw, paint and make collages in their own time at home; parents can encourage this, and they can even join in. Finally, remembering my own art lessons at school, I don’t think we learnt any real art skills; the teachers left us to draw or create things, but they didn’t provide much technical instruction.

·    Instead of art lessons, children could do more work on core subjects like maths, science or language. These subjects are more likely to help children in later life when they enter the job market, and I think both children and their teachers would benefit if more time were devoted to them.



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SPEAKING PART 2- NO 6

نویسنده :بهنام فرقانی
تاریخ:سه شنبه 17 آذر 1394-09:26 ق.ظ

IELTS Speaking Part 2: 'positive experience' answer

Describe a positive experience that you had as a teenager. You should say

- what the positive experience was
- where you were
- who you were with
- and explain why you found the experience positive.

·    I’m going to describe the first time I visited England’s capital city, London, on a school trip when I was a teenager. I had never been to London before, and it was great to share that experience with my school friends.

·    The positive experience wasn’t confined to one particular place in London. As far as I remember, I enjoyed the whole trip, from the coach journey to the visits to various tourist attractions. We got off the coach near the Houses of Parliament, and so one of my first memories was seeing the famous ‘Big Ben’ clock tower. We also visited the Tower of London, Buckingham Palace and Trafalgar Square.

·    As I said earlier, it was a school trip, and I think there were around thirty of us, including two teachers. I was with a group of close friends, which made the experience more enjoyable.

·    What really struck me about London was that it was historic but modern and thriving at the same time. It seemed to me to be a lively, fashionable and cosmopolitan place. Coming from a relatively small town, the experience made me keen to visit more capital cities in the future.


Vocabularies:

·                 it was great to share that experience

·                 The positive experience wasn’t confined to one particular place

·                 As far as I remember

·                 visits to various tourist attractions

·                 one of my first memories was

·                 a group of close friends

·                 which made the experience more enjoyable

·                 What really struck me about London was

·                 historic but modern and thriving at the same time

·                 a lively, fashionable and cosmopolitan place

·                 Coming from a relatively small town

·                 the experience made me keen to visit more capital cities



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SPEAKING PART 2- NO 5

نویسنده :بهنام فرقانی
تاریخ:سه شنبه 17 آذر 1394-09:24 ق.ظ

IELTS Speaking Part 2: family celebration

Describe a family celebration that you remember. You should say

- what you were celebrating
- who was present
- what you and your family did to make the celebration special
- and why you enjoyed the occasion.

·    I’m going to describe my sister’s wedding day, which took place a few years ago in the town where I grew up. For my sister it was the biggest and most important day of her life.

·    I think there were around 100 people at the marriage ceremony, which was held in a saloon. Of course, most members of my family were there, as well as the groom’s family and a collection of the bride and groom's friends and colleagues.

·    To make the celebration special, we did what families normally do. My mother made sure that the saloon and the reception venue were nicely decorated - there were flowers everywhere! Obviously we all dressed for the occasion, and there were bridesmaids, gifts, a huge wedding cake, and so on.

·    I enjoyed the occasion because it was great to see my sister so happy on her big day. The ceremony was perfect, and we all had a fantastic time at the reception. It’s rare for me to see all of my family and friends together in one place, so that’s probably what made the day so memorable for me.

 

Vocabularies:

·       took place a few years ago

·       where I grew up

·       the wedding reception

·       members of my family

·       the bride and groom

·       my mother made sure that...

·       we all dressed for the occasion

·       and so on (instead of "etc.")

·       her big day

·       we had a fantastic time

·       it's rare for me to see

·       what made the day so memorable



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SPEAKING PART 2- NO4

نویسنده :بهنام فرقانی
تاریخ:سه شنبه 17 آذر 1394-09:23 ق.ظ

IELTS Speaking Part 2: describe a school

Describe a school that you went to when you were a child. You should say

- where the school was
- when you went there
- what the school and the teachers were like
- and explain whether you enjoyed your time there.

Tip: try telling a story for the last point e.g. talk about a particularly enjoyable event that you remember.

 

·    I’m going to talk about my primary school. The school was called ..... and it was in the town of ..... . The location of the school was great because it was within walking distance of our family home at the time. The route to school was all downhill, which made it an easy walk in the morning, but a tiring journey on the way home in the afternoon!

·    I was a pupil at ..... school between the ages of 5 and 11 - the full 6 years of primary education. From age 11 onwards, I went to a nearby secondary school.

·    My primary school seemed like a big place at the time, but it was actually quite a small school, with only six classes. I remember there being a large room called the assembly hall, where the whole school gathered every morning to hear messages from the headmaster. I also remember spending a lot of time on the playground and on the sports field. I liked all of my teachers; they were caring but strict at the same time, and I think they fostered a positive and fun atmosphere in the school.

·    I have really fond memories of my primary school years, mainly because of the friends I made and the fun I had. One of my most vivid memories is of performing in the school play in my final year. I had to learn lines and play the part of a character in a traditional children’s story. It was a nerve-racking experience, but it felt like my first real achievement.



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SPEAKING PART 2-NO 3

نویسنده :بهنام فرقانی
تاریخ:سه شنبه 17 آذر 1394-09:21 ق.ظ

IELTS Speaking Part 2: 'indoor game' topic

Describe an indoor game that you enjoyed as a child. You should say

- what the game was
- where you played it
- who played this game with you
- and why you liked it

 

·    As a child I enjoyed playing chess. I think chess is probably the best known board game in the world. It’s a game for two players, and the aim is to defeat the other player by taking his or her pieces and eventually trapping his King. This final move is called checkmate.

·    I remember that it was a classmate of mine at primary school who first taught me to play chess. He had a small, portable chess set, and once I knew how each piece moved, we started playing at break and lunch times; we played in our classroom or outside on the school playground. Later my parents bought me my own chess set as a birthday present so that I could play at home.

·    I taught my younger brother to play, and at some point I joined the school chess club. There I had the chance to hone my skills against some of the older pupils, and in my final year of primary school I made it onto the school team. There were five of us on the team, and we competed against children from other primary schools in the same town.

·    I liked playing chess because I enjoyed the challenge of thinking ahead and trying to outwit my opponent. I was probably seven or eight years old when I started playing, and it seemed like a very mysterious and intellectual game at that time. Also, although I loved winning, chess taught me to learn from my losses and to congratulate the person who had beaten me.



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SPEAKING PART 2- NO 2

نویسنده :بهنام فرقانی
تاریخ:سه شنبه 17 آذر 1394-09:17 ق.ظ

IELTS Speaking Part 2: future aim

Describe an aim or goal that you hope to achieve in the future.
You should say

- what the aim is
- when you hope to achieve it
- what you need to do to reach your goal
- and why this goal is important to you.

 

·    I’m going to describe a future aim of mine, which is to write a book. I’d like to write a novel, so the story or plot would be fictional, but it would probably be influenced by some of my own experiences, ideas and views.

·    Unfortunately I have no idea where to start or what my novel would be about, so I can’t imagine achieving this aim until later in my life. Maybe it will be something that I do as a hobby when I retire, or I might suddenly be inspired to start writing much sooner. It’s just a vague objective at the moment.

·    I think it must be extremely difficult to find the motivation to write a novel, so more than anything I would need time, commitment and the passion to keep working until I finished. I would probably need to set a goal of writing for a certain amount of time each day, and of course I’d need a good idea for a story in the first place.

·    This goal interests me because I’ve always wondered how people manage to create a work of fiction from nothing; I’ve always wondered whether I could do the same, and whether I’d be capable of bringing a story to life. I’ve always enjoyed reading, and I’d like to follow in the footsteps of my favourite authors.



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