تدریس خصوصی آیلتس

سوالات آیلتس اسپیکینگ ژانویه ۲۰۱۶ بنگلادش

Speaking test

Interview

  • What is your name?
  • Tell me about your home country.
  • Which part of your country do you like the most? Why?
  • Do you like gossiping? Why?
  • Lets talk about animals.
  • Do you have pets?
  • How do you take care of them?
  • Do you love them? Why?

Cue Card

Talk about a moment when you had to make a decision to go against your manager at work. Please say

  • what your decision was about
  • why you had to make the decision
  • how you felt after that

Discussion

  • Do you think our politicians should be more careful when they make decisions?
  • How do their decisions affect people in general?
  • Do you think about the consequences when you make decisions?
تدریس خصوصی آیلتس

سوالات اسپیکینگ آیلتس فوریه ۲۰۱۷ هنگ کنگ

Speaking test

Interview

  • What is your full name?
  • Can I see your ID?
  • Where are you from?
  • Do you work or study?
  • What do you do?
  • Can you describe your home?
  • What part of Hong Kong do you live in?
  • Do you have dreams when you sleep?
  • What dreams do you usually have?
  • Do you like to listen to other people talking about their dreams?
  • Why is it so?

Cue Card

Talk about a place where you go for a swim. Please say

  • Why do you like to go there?
  • What does the place look like?
  • Who do you go there with?

Discussion

  • Why are some sports more popular than others?
  • What do you think about sports facilities in your city?
  • Can government policies affect sports facilities? How?
  • What can the government do to improve sport facilities?
  • Do you think the demand for leisure and cultural facilities varies for different age groups?
  • Why do you think it is?
  • Do you like buying shoes?
  • Do prefer them fashionable or comfortable?
  • Why is that?
تدریس خصوصی آیلتس

موضوع جدید آزمون شفاهی آیلتس همراه با نمونه جواب خوب با نمره ۷ به بالا

I’m going to talk about the time I left a university assignment until the last minute and had to work flat out to get it finished. This was about ten years ago when I was doing my Master’s degree.

I had to do several 3000-word assignments for the modules on my Master’s course, but I remember that there was one in particular that I really struggled with. I had been procrastinating and putting it off for weeks, and in the end I left myself just two days to get the whole assignment done. This included finding and reading relevant books and articles, deciding on my thesis and assignment title, and producing a final draft which had to be handed in to the department office before the deadline.

The pressure of such a close deadline actually forced me to manage the task in a really efficient way. My first step was to decide on the general area that I wanted to write about, and then I limited myself to just ten research sources. I printed the most relevant pages, highlighted the key paragraphs and made some notes to summarise and synthesise the ideas that I found interesting. Finally, I just started writing the main body of the assignment, and I wrote the title and the introduction last.

I had mixed feelings at the time. I was annoyed with myself for leaving it so late to get started on the assignment, but I was relieved and quite impressed with myself when I managed to complete the final draft so quickly. It was also quite stressful and tiring to have to find articles, do photocopying and then write everything so quickly. I wouldn’t want to go through that again!

تدریس خصوصی آیلتس

Fluency چیست؟برای تقویت آن چکار باید کرد؟قسمت۲

Trying to Speak Too Quickly

As we mentioned in our previous lesson, students with good fluency speak smoothly, not quickly. It is a common misconception that good fluency means very rapid speech.

If you listen to how native English speakers talk, they do not normally speak very quickly. Listen to native speakers on the radio, news or movies and this will give you a good idea about how quickly they speak.

Trying to speak too quickly in any language will cause a loss of coherence because your brain simply can’t keep up with your mouth. Combine this with speaking in a second language under exam conditions and the result is going to be a loss of coherence and lots of mistakes.

Solution– Focus on speaking calmly and smoothly. Listen to native speakers and try to copy their pace of speech.

This will not only help your fluency, but will also give you more time to think of ideas and find the correct grammar and vocabulary.