IELTS Speaking Tips نکات صحبت کردن در آیلتس
IELTS Speaking Tips
نکات صحبت کردن در آیلتس
۱٫ Give a full answer. Don’t just give one word answers. Include more information.
For example, when asked where you’re from, instead of just saying the name of the
place, speak in a sentence which states the name, the location, and how long you’ve
been there. This shows the examiner you are confident speaking in English. But don’t
speak too long or the examiner will think you’ve misunderstood the question!
۲٫ Speak clearly and don’t worry about your accent. Everyone has an accent
when they speak English. The important point is that you enunciate the best you can
so the examiner can understand you. Rehearse in advance to overcome any obvious
pronunciation problems. If you make a mistake, don’t worry, just correct yourself and
۳٫ Use descriptive words. Don’t use boring words like good, bad, nice, or okay. Use
exciting words that covey emotion. Practice using higher level words for every
simple word you know – such as thrilled instead of happy, or depressed instead of
۴٫ Speak up. Sometimes, students mumble and speak very softly because they are
nervous or unsure of their words. Use simple, correct language rather than
complicated vocabulary and speak loudly enough that the examiner does not have to
strain to hear you. This indicates self-confidence and command of the language.
۵٫ Don’t use slang. You have 11 minutes to display the best English you know in all
the years that you have been learning English! Choose to be formal rather than
۶٫ Keep a steady pace. Don’t speak too fast or too slow.
۷٫ Don’t try to memorize answers to sample subjects. The examiner has enough
experience to recognize that you are not speaking naturally and spontaneously and
will change the subject or give you a lower score. Use the sample subjects to give you
practice speaking on a variety of topics, but not to memorize.
۸٫ Explain names or words which are in another language. For instance, if you
are asked to speak about a festival, which involves using words in your language, say
the words clearly and give the meaning if any afterwards, so the examiner can follow
۹٫ Ask questions, if necessary, in Part 3 only. You cannot ask questions in Parts 1
and 2, but you can do so, if necessary in Part 3.
۱۰٫ Practice speaking with a watch. Get an idea of how long two minutes is and
approximately how much content you will have to cover.
۱۱٫ Stay on topic. Don’t change the subject or the examiner will think you have
misunderstood and may give you a lower mark.
۱۲٫ Have daily discussions with friends. Take turns asking each other questions
about current events and develop your ability to speak about various topics, using
varied sentence structure and vocabulary.