Video: Sample IELTS Part 1 Answers You Need

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Today hear native speaker answers for the most common IELTS Part 1 questions about work.

sample ielts part 1 answers need

In IELTS Speaking Part 1, you will be asked about one of two topics right away. You will either have to talk about your home or your work/studies.

As they say, you never get a second chance to make a first impression.

In light of that, you should aim to knock the examiner’s socks off immediately!

Today, I will answer 3 questions about my work. These are unscripted, natural answers.



While you watch the video, take notes on:

  • Interesting vocabulary
  • How I transition and introduce ideas
  • My natural intonation and stress

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These are the questions I answer in the video:

  • What kind of work do you do?
  • Why did you choose this kind of work?
  • What would you change about your job?

Now, practice answering the same questions yourself.

Use some of the vocabulary you hear me use in my answers.

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  • Erhan Göçmez

    Here is the script:
    So in IELTS speaking part 1 you have a very high chance of being
    asked about your work or studies so just a little tip here guys when the examiner
    says do you work or are you a student that is not an actual full-on question
    okay that is only so the examiner can decide to ask you about work or ask you
    about your studies so when the examiner says that do you
    work or are you a student just give like a one-sentence answer super short so
    then the examiner can ask you the real questions after that so i’m going to
    demonstrate today how to answer this group of very very common miles
    questions so the examiner says do you work or are you a student I would say I
    work actually I’d work a lot so has mine it and then the examiner goes on to say
    what kind of work do you do well I have a lot of jobs actually most
    of my jobs involve teaching online and producing ESL materials so I have a lot
    of very tasks from making podcasts do youtube videos to creating amazing
    online courses so in your part 1 answers you guys you should aim for three to
    five sentences in your answers and always make sure to use complete
    sentences you’re not talking to your friend this is not a real world
    conversation it is an exam alright so you still have to meet those exam
    requirements alright so always complete sentences but
    again not too many not too long the examiner has a lot of questions to get
    through and speaking part 1 and she or he is his or her job to ask you a
    certain number of questions so don’t don’t make them interrupt you three to
    five sentences alright next question why did you choose
    this kind of work well to be honest I sort of happened upon it I
    didn’t grow up thinking like oh I can’t wait to teach IELTS online but that
    wasn’t my life’s dream but when i was about 22 i decided to start teaching
    english because i thought that’s how i could travel and then I discovered that
    this was actually my passion in life so I got my master’s in applied linguistics
    and then the rest is history and then the last question of this group
    what would you change about your job uh ah geez I honestly I wouldn’t change
    anything I wouldn’t change a thing I love my job I love that I get to be
    creative and i love that I get to produce materials that have tangible
    effects in the world when I here for my students and so I’m creative and I’m
    actually making a difference in what little way I can
    ok so watch this video a couple times you guys and please take notes on any
    interesting vocabulary or idioms that i use how many sentences do i use what
    sort of transition phrases am I employing especially in the introduction
    and conclusion parts of my answer so watch this video a couple times
    take notes and then practice your own answers to these same questions