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IELTS SPEAKING TIP 10

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تاریخ:دوشنبه 30 آذر 1394-09:57 ق.ظ

IELTS Speaking: how to feel more confident

Here are some tips to help you feel more confident when you go for your IELTS speaking test:

·    Be prepared: you should know exactly what to expect in the 3 parts of the speaking test, and you should have read the suggestions on this website about how to answer.

·    Lots of practice: a student who has practised answering all of the questions in all eight Cambridge books, as well as the questions on this site, will feel much more confident than a student who hasn't.

·    Write it down: when studying at home, you have time to prepare 'perfect' answers to practice questions; write your answers down, and ask someone to help you check and improve them.

·    Speak aloud: start by reading the answers you wrote down (like an actor uses a script), then gradually stop using the script.

·    Record yourself: this allows you to analyse the quality of your answers, as well as your pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar.



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IELTS SPEAKING - BASIC INFORMATION

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تاریخ:دوشنبه 30 آذر 1394-09:52 ق.ظ

IELTS Speaking: Basic Information

The IELTS Speaking Test is the final part of the exam. You can take only your ID document into the exam room.

The test lasts between 11 and 14 minutes. You will be interviewed by an examiner who will record your conversation. Timing is strictly controlled by the examiner, so don't be surprised if he or she interrupts you during an answer.

There are 3 parts to the Speaking Test:

1. Introduction/ interview: around 10 questions in 4 to 5 minutes.

2. Short presentation: talk for 2 minutes with 1 minute to prepare.

3. Discussion: around 5 questions in 4 to 5 minutes.

Preparation is the key to a good score in IELTS Speaking. Different skills are tested in each part, so you need to know exactly what to do. 

We can predict the kinds of questions that the examiner will ask. We'll prepare ideas, possible answers and good vocabulary for each part of the test.



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IELTS SPEAKING TIP 9

نویسنده :بهنام فرقانی
تاریخ:دوشنبه 30 آذر 1394-09:49 ق.ظ

IELTS Advice: storytelling

The key to a high speaking score isn't  your use of 'complex' grammar structures, big words or idiomatic phrases. The key is to speak as naturally as possible and real examples or stories help you to do this.

 IELTS Speaking Part 2: three tips

Here are three quick tips for IELTS speaking part 2 (the short speech):

1. Use the 1 minute preparation time well
Think about how you would answer the question in your own language, then write down as many ideas as possible in English.

2. Give real examples
Say what you really think, talk about your real life, and give real examples. Examples are really important; whenever you don't know what to say, give an example from your own experience.

3. Don't worry about grammar
You haven't got time to think about passives or conditionals. Focus on answering the question - ideas and vocabulary.



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IELTS SPEAKING TIP 8

نویسنده :بهنام فرقانی
تاریخ:دوشنبه 30 آذر 1394-09:45 ق.ظ

IELTS Advice: speaking strategies

Here are some of the strategies in part two:

1. Try to develop each bullet point in detail. If you don't say enough for the first two or three points, you'll find yourself with too much time for the last point.

2. Tell a story! My second point tells the story of how I was given the chair by a friend, and I could probably speak for 2 minutes about this point alone. When you tell a story about something real that happened, you'll find it easy to keep talking. Stories are also interesting for the listener (the examiner).

3. Add examples. In point 3, you can see that I added an example at the end ("last night I fell asleep in my armchair while I was watching a film"). I could easily take this example and develop it into another short story.

4. When describing an object, don't forget the simple things like size, colour (I forgot that one!), shape, material, position ("just under my living room window").

6. Try to use a topic you have already prepared.

7. Forget about grammar. Focus on answering the question.

8. Finally, fast preparation is a skill that you can practise. Why not train yourself by making notes for a few different questions every day?



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IELTS SPEAKING TIP 7

نویسنده :بهنام فرقانی
تاریخ:دوشنبه 30 آذر 1394-09:43 ق.ظ

IELTS Speaking Part 2: 1-minute preparation

This week I've been thinking about different ways to use the 1-minute preparation time. Here's what I've learnt:

1. One minute is a very short amount of time! I found it just as difficult as my students did.

2. A simple list is probably faster and easier than a diagram or mind map.

3. You need to decide on your topic as quickly as possible. Then spend most of your time making notes.

4. Try to write at least one key idea for each part of the question.

5. Don't write sentences, and don't waste time erasing "mistakes".

6. Try to use a topic you have already prepared.

7. Forget about grammar. Focus on answering the question.

8. Finally, fast preparation is a skill that you can practise. Why not train yourself by making notes for a few different questions every day?



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IELTS SPEAKING TIP 6

نویسنده :بهنام فرقانی
تاریخ:دوشنبه 30 آذر 1394-09:39 ق.ظ

IELTS Speaking Part 2: choose your topic quickly!

One of the most important things to practise for IELTS speaking part 2 is choosing your topic quickly. Take this question for example:

Describe a situation in which you were very polite. You should explain

·    where the situation took place

·    how you showed that you were polite

·    and why you needed to be so polite.

It would be easy to waste your one-minute preparation time worrying about what situation to choose. If you still haven't decided what to talk about when the examiner asks you to start speaking, you'll be in real trouble!

Task:
Give yourself just 10 seconds to choose your polite situation. It doesn't really matter what situation you choose; the key is to give yourself enough time to prepare some ideas.



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IELTS SPEAKING TIP 5

نویسنده :بهنام فرقانی
تاریخ:دوشنبه 30 آذر 1394-09:37 ق.ظ

IELTS Speaking Part 2: main topics

For part 2 of IELTS speaking, I encourage my students to prepare ideas for 6 main topic areas:

1. Describe an object (a gift, something you use etc.)

2. Describe a person (someone you admire, a family member etc.)

3. Describe an event (a festival, celebration etc.)

4. Describe an activity (e.g. a hobby)

5. Describe a place (somewhere you visited, a holiday etc.)

6. Describe your favourite (book/film/advertisement/website)

Most questions fit into one of these topics. For example, "Describe a river, lake or sea which you like" is number 5 - you could describe a holiday by the sea, or a city with a river.

Don't take the test without preparing some ideas for these topics first!



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IELTS SPEAKING TIP 4

نویسنده :بهنام فرقانی
تاریخ:دوشنبه 30 آذر 1394-09:34 ق.ظ

IELTS Speaking Part 1: strange questions

In part 1 of the speaking test, the examiner will ask around 10 easy questions. However, students have reported some strange questions, such as:

1. Do you like parks?

2. Do you think different colours can change our moods?

3. When do people give flowers in your country?

Don't be shocked by these questions. Just give a simple answer with a reason. Don't worry about using fantastic grammar or vocabulary; just try to answer without hesitating. For example:

1. Yes, I like parks because they are great places to relax. I think all cities need green areas.

2. Yes, I think bright colours, like red, can make you feel energetic. Some greens and blues can be more relaxing.

3. People give flowers on special occasions like birthdays or on Valentine's Day. In my country, giving flowers is seen as romantic.




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چگونگی ارزیابی اسپیكینگ آیلتس

نویسنده :بهنام فرقانی
تاریخ:شنبه 31 مرداد 1394-12:24 ب.ظ

معیارهای ارزیابی اسپیکینگ در آزمون آیلتس

IELTS speaking – band scores explained

How is your IELTS speaking band score calculated? This is an important question for any IELTS candidate because many mistakes can be avoided by knowing what the examiner is looking for and how your speaking is graded. This post gives you a brief outline of the grading criteria, how band scores are calculated and how examiners typically grade the speaking.

Fluency and coherenceHow fluently you speak and how well you link your ideas  together
PronunciationHow accurate your pronunciation is
Lexical resourceHow accurate and varied your vocabulary is
Grammatical range and accuracyHow accurate and varied your grammar is

What do these criteria mean?

This is IELTS and IELTS examiners are trained to interpret these criteria in a particular way. In theory it should not matter where you take your test as all examiners grade consistently. I suggest you should spend time understanding the detail here as that way you can avoid many common mistakes.

One main point is that in all the criteria a key idea is being clearThe main idea is whether you can express yourself clearly so that someone else can understand you.

Fluency and coherence

Fluency is a combination:

  1. speed of speech
  2. length of answer
  3. pausing correctly

Coherence is the ability to:

  1. expand your answers
  2. answer the questions directly
  3. add relevant detail to explain or illustrate your answers
  4. connect your sentences by using connectors

COMMON MISTAKES: You should note that very fast or very long answers are not necessarily good, as you may be penalized for poor pronunciation or lack of coherence. In the speaking the main point is that you are able to express yourself clearly.

Another common mistake is to not answer the question. This is where you will be penalised.

Pronunciation

The main point here is that your pronunciation is easy to understand and whether your are able to make your meaning clear. Features of good pronunciation include:

  1. basic word pronunciation
  2. linked speech sounds
  3. correct sentence stress
  4. correct use of intonation (rising and falling)

You should note that there is no need to have a “British” or “American” accent.

Lexical Resource (Vocabulary)

Once again the key concept  here is clarity: do you have enough words to express yourself clearly? This is judged by your ability to:

  1. have enough vocabulary to discuss a range of topics
  2. to use vocabulary accurately
  3. be able to explain yourself when you do not have the right word
  4. Common Mistake

A common mistake here is to use long words without really knowing what they mean.

Grammatical Range and Accuracy

There are two key key points to understand here:

  1. you need to avoid grammar mistakes especially with your tenses
  2. you need to use a range of grammatical structures and you should not just use simple sentences all the time

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All the criteria count equally

One mistake candidates make is to focus on one or other of the criteria or forget about one altogether (normally cohesion and coherence). Why is this wrong? They all count equally.

What happens is that you get a score out of 9 for each of the criteria, they are added together and then that score is divided by 4.

An example: So let’s take an example. Here is someone who has forgotten to think about coherence and hasn’t fully answered the question. S/he has good general English so does well in grammar and vocabulary, but sadly that is not enough.

  • grammar 7
  • vocabulary 7
  • pronunciation 6
  • coherence 4

7+7+6+4 = 24 and 24 divided by 4 equals 6. The message is grammar and vocabulary are not enough – you need to focus on all the criteria throughout the exam.



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IELTS SPEAKING TIPS 1

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تاریخ:دوشنبه 26 مرداد 1394-09:13 ق.ظ

 

 





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