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Тема: IELTS Speaking Оценка 9. Пример.
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got a 9 for speaking. All I did just before the exam was
listen to interviews with some popular British artists.
So I just went into the room and pretended I was an English-speaking
artist as well doing an interview. Hope it helps.
said to me that one of the main reasons behind poor spoken
English or not being fluent is because of our mindset.
I'm sure that most of us including me who are struggling
a lot to get fluent have already learned many more about
the vocabularies, grammar rules, and so on. Now, we need
to think that we are a fluent speaker and start talking
got my results today, I’m surprised I got 8.5 in speaking
I took the test last Saturday. The part 2 speaking topic
was to talk about someone that lied to me, why they lied
and how did I take it.
Though I have come across this situation most part of
my life I couldn’t think of one legit incident to talk
about in that 1 minute of torture.
So I lied about lying. My speech for the next 2 minutes
sounded not-so-intelligent with poor lying qualities,
honestly. I did make some “uh”s and “um”s as I myself
couldn’t appreciate how lame I my answers were.
My advise is,
Lie in the interview if you couldn’t relate to the topic,
yea yea just for the exam
Exaggerate like it really happened
If you do not understand you could tell them that you
didn’t hear them correctly and request to repeat their
Be natural and spontaneous, even if you are good at mugging
up sophisticated words to use you might not really be
able to use it (unless you’re a genius! I am not)
It is just a conversation, never panic. Drink some water
before you go, because I didn’t and I skipped a word or
two because of dry mouth.
videos are too perfect. It's extremely difficult for not
a native-speaker to be always relevant and not off the
topic, especially if you get strange questions on the
exam. If I ask you to tell me about new changes in anti-money
laundering legislation, you would probably not be able
to open your mouth and say a word even if you're a native
speaker. I believe this test should be more honest for
those money that British council rips people off! I mean,
if this is the exam, then give topics to prepare.
In real test you actually can't control yourself how many
linking words you use and care less of pronunciation because
you're preoccupied about the sentence structure and thinking
of what to answer!
Those videos are discouraging since they make an impression
that English is everything and you have to give all your
things up in order only to pass this test. I'm afraid,
mastering one's English to the native level may take years
if you don't live in England, of course. Otherwise, you'll
never be able to pass through the paws of any IELTS examiner
with a high score! That is what I think. Again, they ask
for a lot of money and make it diffiuclt to people to
pass it. In one of the videos they said 'bring the highlighter
on a reading test and take your clock with you', while
on the exam I had to take those thngs away to the examiners.
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