Ultimate Guide for IELTS Speaking Part 1

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ultimate guide ielts speaking part 1As today’s article is the ultimate guide for IELTS Speaking Part 1, it is your one-stop-shop to starting off with an impressive bang on your next exam!

What happens in Speaking Part 1?

First, the examiner will check your passport, ask your name, and then dive right into Part 1.

You will be asked about three different topics, with 3-4 questions per topic.

The first topic will be about your house/apartment/hometown, or your work/studies.

How do you improve your scores?

First, watch high-scoring sample answers.

And more impressive sample answers!

Fluency and Coherence

Vocabulary

House/apartment

 

 

Enjoying things

Weather/seasons

Food

Work/business

 

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Future plans, hopes, dreams

Problems

Sports/free-time

Holidays/celebrations

Grammar

Pronunciation

It is a good idea to learn from an IELTS professional who can tell you exactly what the examiner wants on exam day, and how to build those skills.

Now, practice, practice, practice!

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