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Ielts Speaking part 1 – Topic: Why do people in your country traditionally want to have a son?

1. Question: Why do people in your country traditionally want to have a son ? 

2. Sample

Sample 1

That’s an interesting question. Allow me to explain my personal views by shortly mentioning the following points: Firstly, I believe that fathers all over the world want someone to carry their name into the future. For example, in many western countries it is customary for a boy to receive his grandfather’s name. A second reason that I could mention is that parents worry about what will happen to them after they had retired. They feel that when they have a son he would be able to provide for them in future.

Sample 2

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Read more: Ielts Speaking Overview: Ielts Speaking Part 1,2,3


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Ielts Speaking part 1 – Topic: Could you tell me something about your family ?

1. Question: Could you tell me something about your family? 

2. Sample

Sample 1

Certainly. We are a normal Indian family. It consists of my father, my mother, and me. I am the only child, so I don’t have any brothers or sisters. My grandparents passed away when I was still very young, so I did not have the privilege of knowing them. My father was one of four children, and my mother has a brother, so I have a number of uncles and aunts, and many cousins.

Sample 2

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Read more: Ielts Speaking Overview: Ielts Speaking Part 1,2,3


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Ielts Speaking part 1 – Topic: What are your strong point and weakness ?

1. Question:  What are your strong point and weakness ?

2. Sample

Sample 1

Ah, let’s see. I’ll talk about my strong points first. Well, I think the biggest one is I’m very careful. When I do something, I actually try my best to make it perfect and pay attention to its details. I believe that hard work will lead to success, so I am very persistent to catch my goal. Moreover, I am also warm-hearted. I mean I’m very easy to sympathize towards the others, especially vulnerable people. Uhm, so that’s probably my strong points.

Move on to negative aspects of my character, my weakness point is that I am late all the time. Although I’ve tried to be punctual, I’m still not on time to meet my friends, to have an appointment and etc,. As far as I’m concerned above, I’m really stubborn in some cases. If I think my opinion is right, I have to protect it to the last. Due to this character, some people claim that I am very conservative

Sample 2

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Ielts Speaking part 1 – Topic: What kind of person are you ?

1. Question:  What kind of person are you ?

2. Sample

Sample 1

I am a simple and straightforward person.  I am very hardworking person and believe in hard word and persistence. I am an optimist, always thing positively about everything. I am also very sensitive by nature and have a lot of patience for everything

Sample 2

Well, I think I’m a kind of reliable person. People often believe in what I say. I am always sincerenot only with my colleagues but also with my friends. Some people might say that I’m self-controlled because I’m not easy to get angry and handle troubles with my patience. I am also highly motivated in my work. However, I’m sometimes very stubborn to protect my view.

The words and phrases that should be noted:

  • straightforward
  •  hardworking
  • persistence
  • thing positively
  • patience
  • sensitive

Read more: Ielts Speaking Overview: Ielts Speaking Part 1,2,3


Ielts Speaking part 1 – Topic: Warm up/yourself

1. Hello. Could you show me your identification card please?
Hello. Sure, here it is.

2. Could you tell me your full name please?
My full name is X. I am also called by my nick name Y.

3. What shall I call you?
You could call me X.

4. How are you?
I am well thank you, and yourself?

5. How old are you?
I am 22 years old. In other words, I was born in 1980.On the eighth of March 1980, to be exact.

6a. Does your name have any special meaning?
Yes, my name does have some special meaning. My family name means peace, and my first name means strong one. My nick name was given to me by one of my high school teachers, and it does not have any special meaning really.

6b. Does your name have any special meaning?
I presume you are referring to my Muslim name. Yes, the English equivalent of my family name would be something like peace, and in the case of my first name it would be strong one. My nick name was randomly chosen by one of my high school teachers, and it really doesn’t have any special meaning.

7a. Is your name important to you?
No. I don’t think it can do anything for me. I believe a person has to work out his own life. I am planning to do this as well as I can.

7b. Is your name important to you?
Not really. I am part of the new generation who do not attach too much significance to our names. Names were important to the older generation as they of the opinion that it will determine your destiny to some extent. However, I personally believe that I myself will determine my destiny irrespective of what my name is. I will do this by acquiring good qualifications and by working hard

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Focus on IELTS Foundation provides solid grounding in the language and skills required for the IELTS exam. With a strong emphasis on core grammar and vocabulary, it can be used as a stand-alone course or as a lead-in up to the Focus on IELTS coursebook.

About the Author

Sue O’Connell has worked as a teacher and teacher trainer in Greece, Portugal and Hong Kong as well as the UK.  She has been associated with the Cambridge main suite exams for many years, initially as an item writer and examiner, and later as a member of the Working Party which developed the CAE exam.  More recently, she has taught and examined candidates for the IELTS tests.  Sue is the author of the Focus series for Longman, to which Focus on IELTS is the latest edition, and also of Cambridge First Certificate Listening and Speaking Skills (CUP).

 
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This book is probably best used in a class, but might help self-study too. Behind the trite TEFL unit headings (`A sporting chance', `It goes with the job', `Family values', etc.) there are plenty of topics that should keep students interested, such as animal rights, the environment, architecture, smoking, the Internet and mobile phones. The text is clear, bright and attractively laid out. Photos, illustrations and diagrams all look sharp, modern and dynamic. In some course books, visuals can dominate or confuse the text. Not here. It's as easy on the patience as it is on the eye. The supplementary materials at the back are very good, including an academic word list, writing practices, and a great grammar guide

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Anyway, thanks for the book, thanks for Amazone, and thanks for your guys in UK!

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What’s in the IELTS Speaking test?

The Speaking test is a face-to-face interview between the candidate and an examiner. The Speaking test is recorded.

There are three parts to the test, and each part follows a specific pattern of tasks in order to test your speaking ability in different ways.

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Marking

Certificated  IELTS examiners assess your speaking performance throughout the test. There are four assessment criteria (things which the examiner thinks about when deciding what score to give you):

  • Fluency and coherence
  • Lexical resource
  • Grammatical range and accuracy
  • Pronunciation.

Fluency and coherence assesses how well you can speak at a normal speed without too much hesitation. It also includes putting your sentences and ideas in a logical order and using cohesive devices (including linking words, pronouns and conjunctions, etc.) appropriately so that what you say is not difficult to follow.

Lexical resource assesses the range of vocabulary you use and how accurately and appropriately you use vocabulary to express meaning. It also includes the ability to express yourself using alternative vocabulary when you don’t know a particular word.

Grammatical range and accuracy assesses the range of grammar you use and how accurately and appropriately you use it.

Pronunciation assesses your ability to speak in a way which can be understood without too much effort.

Summary

Time allowed: 11–14 minutes
Number of parts: 3


Ielts Speaking Part 1 – Introduction and interview

What’s involved?

In this part, the examiner introduces him/herself and checks your identity. Then the examiner asks you general questions on some familiar topics, such as home, family, work, studies or interests.

Part 1 is 4–5 minutes long.

What skills are tested?

This part tests your ability to give opinions and information on everyday topics and common experiences or situations by answering a range of questions.


Ielts Speaking Part 2 – Long turn

What’s involved?

Part 2 is the individual long turn. The examiner gives you a task card which asks you to talk about a particular topic. The card tells you what points you should include in your talk and instructs you to explain one aspect of the topic. You have one minute to prepare your talk, and the examiner will give you a pencil and paper to make notes.

By using the points on the task card and making notes during the preparation time, you should be able to think of appropriate things to say, and have time to structure your talk so that you keep talking for 2 minutes.

The examiner will then ask you to begin talking and will stop you when the time is up. They may then ask you one or two questions on the same topic.
Part 2 lasts 3–4 minutes, including the preparation time.

What skills are tested?

This part tests your ability to speak at length on a given topic, using appropriate language and organising your ideas logically. You will need to think about your own experiences to complete the long turn.


What’s involved?

In Part 3, you and the examiner discuss issues related to the topic in Part 2 in a more general and abstract way and, where appropriate, in greater depth.
Part 3 lasts 4–5 minutes.

What skills are tested?

This part tests your ability to explain your opinions and to analyse, discuss and speculate about issues

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►IELTS Speaking Part 2 Questions and Answers: Topic 33 – Praticall Skill

Describe a practical skill that you have.
You should say:
– What this skill is
– How you learned it
– When you use this skill
And explain how this skill is useful to you.

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►IELTS Speaking Part 3 Questions and Answers: Topic 33 – Praticall Skill

1. Compare the importance of practical skills and academic skills.
2. How can people learn practical skills?
3. What practical skills do children learn at school in China?
4. Do you think children should learn some practical skills at school?
5. How useful will these skills be to the children after they leave school?
6. Do you think it’s useful for adults to attend classes to further their education?
7. What kinds of courses exist in China for adults?
8. What are some reasons why adults might attend classes?
9. Who do you think should pay for adult education-the government, the student or the company (if it is a work-related course)?

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IELTS Speaking task 2 Questions and Answers: Topic 32 - A Meal

Describe a meal you would like to invite your friends to.
You should say:
  – Who you would invite
  – Where you would eat this meal
  – What you would eat
And explain why you would choose to eat this food.

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►IELTS Speaking task 3 Questions and Answers: Topic 32 - A Meal & Diet

1. What kinds of food do Chinese people like to eat?
2. How important is eating a healthy diet?
3. Are there many vegetarians in China?
4. Is the food that people eat today in China different to the food that people used to eat in the past?
5. How do you think the way we eat will change in the future?
6. Is fast food popular in China?
7. Who do most Chinese people usually eat with?
8. Do you think it’s important for people to eat with their family?
9. Do Chinese people often eat out?
10. What kinds of restaurants do young people in China prefer?
11. How do you think restaurants have changed, over the past few years?
12. How do you think restaurants will change in the future?

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125 useful english phrases and idioms for everyday use SECTION 1

1. as easy as pie means “very easy” (same as “a piece of cake”) 
Example: He said it is a difficult problem, but I don’t agree. It seems as easy as pie to me!

2. be sick and tired of means “I hate” (also “can’t stand”) 
Example: I’m sick and tired of doing nothing but work. Let’s go out tonight and have fun.

3. bend over backwards means “try very hard” (maybe too much!) 
Example: He bent over backwards to please his new wife, but she never seemed satisfied.

4. bite off more than one can chew means “take responsibility for more than one can manage”
Example: John is so far behind in his studies. Besides classes, he plays sports and works at a part-time job. It seems he has bitten off more than he can chew.

5. broke means “to have no money” 
Example: I have to borrow some money from my Dad. Right now, I’m broke.

6. change one’s mind means “decide to do something different from what had been decided earlier” 
Example: I was planning to work late tonight, but I changed my mind. I’ll do extra work on the weekend instead.

7. Cut it out! means “stop doing something bad” 
Example: That noise is really annoying. Cut it out!

8. drop someone a line means “send a letter or email to someone” 
Example: It was good to meet you and I hope we can see each other again. Drop me a line when you have time.

9. figure something out means “come to understand a problem” 
Example: I don’t understand how to do this problem. Take a look at it. Maybe you can figure it out.

10. fill in for someone means “do their work while they are away” 
Example: While I was away from the store, my brother filled in for me.

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51. twenty-four/seven means “every minute of every day, all the time” 
Example: You can access our web site 24/7. It’s very convenient!

52. fill in (something) means to write words in blank spaces 
Example: Please fill in this form and give it to the receptionist.

53. find out (something) means to learn or discover something 
Example: My mother is angry at me because she found out that I had quit my French class.

54. first of all means the very first thing 
Example: First of all we prepared the garden and then we planted the seeds.

55. for good means permanently 
Example: The city will close the public swimming pool for good next week.

56. for sure means without doubt, certainly, surely 
Example: I will go to the movie with you for sure next week.

57. get back to (something) means to return to something 
Example: I was happy to get back to my work after my holiday.

58. get into (something) means to become interested or involved in something
Example: I do not want to get into an argument with my friend. We will get into the details of the plan tomorrow.

59. get into (somewhere) means to enter somewhere
Example: My friend wants to get into a good university. I bumped my head as I was getting into the car.

60. get out of (somewhere) means to leave somewhere, to escape from somewhere 
Example: I want to hurry and get out of my house.

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91. make sure means to make certain, to establish something without a doubt 
Example: I want to make sure that my friend is going to meet me tomorrow.

92. more or less means somewhat, to some extent 
Example: I more or less have decided to study business next year.

93. no matter means regardless 
Example: No matter how hard that I try, my piano teacher is never satisfied.

94. not at all means certainly not 
Example: I am not at all happy with my new computer.

95. of course means certainly, definitely, naturally 
Example: Of course you can use my car if you want to.

96. on the other hand means however, in contrast, looking at the opposite side of a matter
Example: He is very intelligent but on the other hand he is very lazy and always gets low marks at school.

97. on time means at the scheduled time, exactly at the correct time, punctually 
Example: Our train arrived exactly on time.

98. once again means again, one more time, once more 
Example: I tried once again to phone my boss at his home .

99. open to (something) means to be agreeable to learn or hear about new ideas or suggestions 
Example: Most members of the class were open to the teacher’s ideas.

100. pick up (something) means to get or receive something
Example: I will pick up my dry cleaning tomorrow. I picked up a copy of the newspaper at the station.

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English Speaking Books: Speaking Extra (Pdf)  lively resource book encourages students to expand their speaking skills using role play, problem solving, puzzles, games, interviews, storytelling and discussion. Many of the speaking activities are supported by the accompanying audio CD and the recording script section at the back of the resource book…

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IELTS Speaking task 2 Questions and Answers: Topic 31 – Busy Day & Time Management

Describe what you would do if you received a very large amount of money. Describe a time when you are very busy.
You should say:
- When this time is
- What you do at this time
- How you arrange your time
And explain how you feel after this busy time is over.

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►IELTS Speaking task 3 Questions and Answers: Topic 31 – Busy Day & Time Management

1. Do you manage your time effectively?
2. Do you like making detailed plans?
3. What are the advantages of making plans?
4. Do you use any special tools, such as a computer, to help you draw up plans?
5. Do you keep a diary?
6. Compare the way old people and young people spend their leisure time.
7. Do people today have more leisure time than before?
8. Do you think leisure time is important? (Why?)
9. How have leisure activities changed China in the past few years?
10. How do you think leisure-time activities will change in the future?

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This invaluable little book highlights the real mistakes that students make in the exam – and shows how to avoid them. Based on analysis of thousands of exam scripts, each unit targets a key problem area.

Clear explanations and exercises help students to use the language accurately. Regular tests offer students a further opportunity to check and consolidate what they have learnt.

  • Highlights common mistakes that learners really make.
  • Based on analysis of thousands of exam scripts.
  • Short, snappy explanations focus on key problem areas.
  • Includes exam-style exercises.
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In recent years, she has worked as a lexicographer on a number of learner’s dictionaries and has been involved in research, editing and writing on a range of ELT projects, especially in the areas of vocabulary and learner errors. Julie currently works as a freelancer from her home in Bristol.

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IELTS Reading Practice Test

IELTS Reading Recent Actual Tests Volume 1 include 8 IELTS reading actual tests which were in the real IELTS tests from 2007 to 2011.

Reading is the second part of the IELTS examination with three reading passages with increasing difficulty. IELTS candidates will have 60 minutes for this IELTS Reading part with a total of 40 questions. It is very necessary that you invest time on practicing the real IELTS test questions for this module.

You should practice on real tests because:

+ First,  these extracted from IELTS bank source; therefore, you are in all probability to take these tests in your real examinations. This statement can be proven by the attached index indicating the dates these tests were taken.

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English Phrasal Verbs in use book

his reference and practice book contains 70 attractive two-page units featuring approximately 1,000 phrasal verbs. English Phrasal Verbs in Use is a comprehensive reference and practice book suitable for students from good intermediate level onwards.

Over 1000 of the most useful and frequent phrasal verbs are clearly explained and practised in typical contexts. The material is designed for self-study, as well as classroom use, and has a student-friendly answer key.

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English Phrasal Verbs in Use and Phrasal Verbs exerices is a comprehensive reference and practice book suitable for students from good intermediate level onwards. Over 1000 of the most useful and frequent phrasal verbs are clearly explained and practised in typical contexts. The material is designed for self-study, as well as classroom use, and has a student-friendly answer key.

Phrasal verbs exercises to practice 

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Always a tricky subject for those learning English. In this book the examples are clear and easy to read, thanks

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