Video: The Easiest Strategy to Stand Out in IELTS Speaking Part 1

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Today you’ll learn the strategy to stand out from other students, for higher scores, in IELTS Speaking Part 1.

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Your goal on the IELTS Speaking Exam is to make the examiner notice you.

You want to not sound like every other band-score 6 IELTS candidate.

The strategy for Speaking Part 1 is simple- talk about the first personal, specific example that comes to mind!

Most students provide only superficial, general answers. So, the way to be interesting and unique is to be specific.



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For example:

Did you eat a lot of candy when you were a child?

Most band 6 students: Yes, of course. All kids like candy. I loved it.

You: [paraphrased from video] Of course I loved candy! All kids do. My favorite was… I don’t remember the exact name, but it was a package of 3 differently-flavored sour sugars. It came with a hard, white sugar stick that you licked, dipped in the sugar, and ate. I’m sure it’s full of chemicals, but I adored it.

What colors would you not use to paint the walls in your home?

Most band 6 students: Black. That’s depressing.

You: [paraphrased from video] I stay away from dark colors. They make the room look smaller and suck up the light. My room, for example, has one wall that is eggshell white, a matte color. There’s also one wall that is light blue. I like having an accent wall, featuring a color that makes me feel positive.

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  • 1) I am chill today . I have nothing to do .
    2) Look at him . He is so breezy .
    3) Wow , she seems laid back right now .
    4) You look relaxed .
    5) They are happy-go- lucky .
    6) Be nonchalant .
    7) My teacher is quite easygoing .
    8) It is nice to be carefree . No need to worry .
    9) I don’t have a care in the world . Let it be .
    10) ( It’s ) no biggie / ( It’s ) no big deal . Don’t apologize .

  • Alishka

    B: hey Anna, let’s work on this project.
    A: come on, leave me alone today. I just wanna relax and enjoy my day.
    B: But the deadline is on Friday.
    A: let’s just chill out today, we still have 2 days to complete it.
    B: I can’t be laid back knowing that we still have so much work to do.
    A: cut me some slack, please. You are too much drama, don’t you know happy-go-lucky?
    B: oh Anna Anna, I wish I was so carefree like you, but I can’t.
    A: You can, just be breezy :D. You thinking too much; just chill and forget about it for today.
    B. Yeah, maybe you right. Let’s just have no care in the world ….

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