IELTS Speaking Do’s & Don’ts ( What to do and what not to in IELTS Speaking)

The Speaking test is an eye to eye discussion with a confirmed analyst. It is as near a genuine circumstance as a test can get. The analyst will get some information about recognizable points, for example, home, work or studies.

Do’s :

1) Attempt to talk as much as could be expected under the circumstances. Talk as fluidly as could reasonably be expected and be unconstrained,

2) Unwind, be certain, and lengthen your points. Build up your own answers. Request explanation if fundamental,

3) Watch BBC News and numerous other English Series with the goal that you can improve your jargon. Give the same number of specific illustrations, as it makes a great impact on the inspector.

4) Step through numerous examinations and if conceivable practice at home and record yourself (This will supports your certainty level),

Don’ts :

1) Try not to learn arranged answers; the analyst is prepared to recognize this and will change the inquiry. Express your sentiments; you will be evaluated on your capacity to impart,

2) Keep to the point and don’t talk unessential to the subject.

3) Try not to keep your pitch excessively high or excessively low in talking.

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