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IELTS Speaking Part 2: describe a hobby

“Describe a hobby” seems like an easy topic. However, students often have difficulty speaking for 2 minutes when the topic is easy.

Here are 3 pieces of advice to help you to speak for 2 minutes. I’ll use photography as the hobby in my example answers.

  • Think about question words: What, when, where, why, who with:

    What: One of my hobbies is photography.

    When and where: I take photos on my phone almost every day, and I have a proper camera that I use on special occasions. If I see something interesting or I want to record a particular memory, I take photos wherever I am.

    Why: I take photos so that I have a record of the things I’ve seen or done.

    Who with: Most of my photos are of friends and family, but I also take pictures of interesting things that I see.

  • Describe opinions and feelings:

    I like photography because it’s a creative hobby and it makes you notice the world around you. I love capturing special moments or unusual or beautiful images, and it’s a great feeling to be able to look back through my pictures and relive different experiences. These memories usually cheer me up.

  • Tell a story related to the topic:

    The last time I took photos on a special occasion was at my friend’s wedding a few weeks ago. I got some great pictures of the bride and groom and their guests celebrating. After the wedding I made an album of all the best pictures and sent it to my friend as a present.

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Speaking test

Interview

  • What is your full name?
  • Can I see your ID?
  • Where are you from?
  • Do you work or study?
  • Tell me about your hometown.
  • Do you want to live in your hometown in the future?
  • Do you do household chores?
  • What household chores do you like or dislike?
  • Did you do household chores as a child?
  • Do you think it is important to teach children to do household chores?
  • Why do you think so?
  • Would you consider teaching as a profession you might choose?
  • What high school memories do you like the most?
  • What are the things you dislike about those days?
  • Are you still in contact with your high school friends?

Cue Card

Talk about a holiday destination that you would like to visit. Please say

  • What and where is it?
  • With whom would you go there?
  • What is so special about this place?

Discussion

  • Where do you plan to go on a holiday?
  • Who will you spend it with?
  • How do you choose a place for a holiday?
  • Can you recommend a place in your country for a holiday?
  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of having tourists in a country?
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IELTS Listening Exam Tips

Make sure your headphones are working.

Raise your hand if you have a problem.

If no headphones are used, make sure you can hear the recording. If you need the volume increasing, raise your hand immediately and someone will come to ask what the problem is. Explain that you need the volume increasing.

Use the time given to prepare the questions. Always read through all questions before the recording starts. You should practice doing this at home.

Focus on listening for answers rather than trying to understand everything.

Write your answers on your question paper while you listen.

Make sure you notice how many words you can have for each answer.

You will be given 10 mins after the recording has ended to transfer your answers to the answer sheet.

Always check your spelling and grammar.

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عوامل موثر در Fluency چیست؟قسمت ۵

Trying Not to ‘Umm’ and ‘Ahh’

Many students associate making ‘ummm’, ‘ahh’ and ’emmm’ sounds with poor fluency. If you hesitate frequently and makes these sounds, then it is a problem, but making them sometimes is not only fine, it is totally natural.

Listen to anyone, in any language, and they naturally make these sounds when chatting with someone. The problem is that many students obsess about not making these sounds in their speaking test and the result is they think about them too much and it is totally unnatural to do this when you are speaking. This results in a loss of fluency and it takes up too much of your brain power that would be better used on language and ideas.

Solution– Accept that making these hesitation sounds will happen and they are totally natural and acceptable. If you make them infrequently, don’t worry.

Again, you can record yourself and find out how often you make these sounds. It is probably much less than you think.

Finally, people normally make these hesitations when they are thinking of ideas or searching for language. See the solutions to problems 2 and 4 above and they will become less of a problem.