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Published on 03 Aug 2015 | about 1 year ago

IELTS speaking test section, about 11 or 14 minutes long, so three different sections, and there is. ... It is a legacy of the IELTS English proficiency exam and a religious sense, which is to create. It's in Canada and Australia, for example, is being used to pay. It is used for admission to university where English is the medium of instruction, and it is used for professional certification. Lots and lots of people, millions of people make the IELTS exam. If you are one of them, to the tips that will really help you. They're simple tips; They're not specific sections. The speaking test will be applied to all the sections. OK? Let's start.

So, the first point is: you say that during the examination, to be formal. That means I have to act like a job interview. And just as a job interview, you'll be on your best behavior, and so on, to behave that way. Do not take it very casually. OK? Take it seriously and be formal.

After that, whenever possible, to give a full answer. Now, remember and think about it: you know what's best to use English will be about 11 to 15 minutes and that you've done all your life. OK? So, obviously, you want to try to show your English exam time. If they say they are, for example, about your background, your family, ask you some questions about you, so when I say the first section, I mean, to give a full answer: "Where are you" can not just say: "Tokyo "Because that's just a one-word answer. To the word, and try as much as possible. The full sentence. OK? Full answers. The grammar of the whole sentence, so you know that when you know the vocabulary, display, and all these other things you can do. So, instead of just saying: ". Tokyo," Say, "I'm in Tokyo, capital of Japan'm from." Or: "I was in Tokyo, Japan's capital'm from." Now, you have a lot more information. So if you keep doing that throughout, if Obviously, you get more marks. Right? Do not just use words to complete the sentence, days.

Next: Be polite. What we mean is that the examiner asks you something and you do not know if, for example, it's okay. Just a polite way to ask for explanation. Just do not say: "What?" Or: "Sorry" Say, "Excuse me, could you please repeat that?" Using the English, and that's what they want to know: Can you use English? And being polite, you just have to show that you do not know the language, but you are being polite, the language, know the culture. OK? So do not remember that.

Then, maintain good posture. Why can not I be? Anyone filming. Right? So, why do you have to maintain good posture? Actually affects your posture, the way you talk .... It is projected that affects the way your voice, your confidence, affects the confidence with which you speak. So you say or do something like that when you lean on your hands, for example, want to make sure you do not. OK? That will affect your voice quality and the way it's projected, because you're nervous, even if you sit up straight and do not put your hands anywhere near your mouth, make sure that. OK?

Next. Five numbers speak clearly. Now, what I mean by this is: Do not worry too much about your accent. Everyone has an accent, and as long as you do your best to pronounce the words clearly, you would not be able to do everything. If you need to improve your pronunciation, your tests done that before. Obviously, then, you tend to or from your country that people tend to do that if you have some very specific fluff, who worked before. And you say you are a Spanish speaker, for example, if: "Jess", instead of "yes", then you better before you come to a big mistake that you want to modify. So, before work on the pronunciation, and then later, to speak as clearly as you can, do not worry about your accent. OK?

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