IELTS English Speaking Tips822417
The examiner may choose to ask you concerns about leadership in politics. The questions asked will rely on how long you take to talk about your answers. You are not expected to give technical or specialist answers but you will be anticipated to give your opinion.
For example you could be asked to:
1. Describe a globe leader. In this case you could describe anything you know about a leader and give your own opinion on the leadership qualities they have demonstrated. 2. Describe the person's important achievements over the last ten or so years. You could select one important achievement that produced change or progress. If you are not sure of their key achievements, you could describe what you think they could have done to make things better for individuals. 3. Describe what the individual might attain or do in the subsequent ten years. This is asking you to speculate, guess or envision so you can pretty a lot say what you truly think or really feel. Once more, if you are not as well certain of the person, you could indicate that if you had been that exact same person, you would want to ...(give example).
The important is to practice providing answers to a range of concerns on various subjects and remember to also choose subjects that you know extremely small about. This will assist you create responses and give opinions on a wider range of topics that you may not usually consider. For more questions and answers go to our samespeak website and look at the free lessons for example questions.
Some methods to answer concerns that you know little about are:
That is an interesting question and I do not know much about it...but I would imagine that .... Well I do not know very much about that subject but if I had been to speculate, I would say that .... I do not have a lot of an concept about the topic but if I had been to give an opinion, I would say ... I don't know too a lot about the person you have mentioned, but if I was that person, I would ....
Keep in mind, practice makes ideal and like the reading, listening and writing IELTS tests, you have to practice these specific skills over and over again. For speaking, you must practice speaking out loud as if you had been in a conversation or dialogue with somebody else. Great luck!