Video: Speak About Numbers Like a Native

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Today you’ll learn phrases that will help you speak about numbers like a native on your next IELTS Speaking Exam.

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There are a great deal of resources and vocabulary lists that teach you how to write about numbers using high-level vocabulary.

These structures are always formal and academic, and may sound awkward if you try to use them on your IELTS Speaking Exam.

However, there are often times when you have to talk about amounts and other types of numbers on the Speaking test, so today you’ll learn 3 impressive structures to use in your own answers.

 

 

Speaking Part 1 Question:

How popular is riding bicycles in your city?

Phrase to use:

  • I’m gonna say a good 50% of residents…

 

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Speaking Part 3 Question:

Do people spend more time with family today than in the past?

Phrase to use:

  • Judging from my own experience, an educated guess would put at least 80% of people…

Speaking Part 3 Question:

Will people eat more healthily in the future?

Phrase to use:

  • Just by looking at current diet trends,… are on the rise, so I’d forecast…

Click here for sample Part 1 answers.

Click here for sample Part 3 answers.

How would you use these phrases?

Share your ideas in the comments section below!

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  • 1) I’m gonna say a good 50% of polls indicate tone of America’s political discourse has taken turn for the worse .
    2) Judging from my own experience, an educated guess would put at least 80% of those internet users do need to know how to stay safe online .
    3) Just by looking at current cybercrime trends, espionage is on the rise, so I’d forecast security is on the brink of danger .