IELTS Speaking

IELTS Speaking

What is IELTS Speaking

IELTS Speaking is a component of the International English Language Testing System (IELTS), which is an internationally recognized language proficiency test for non-native English speakers. The speaking test assesses the English speaking ability of test-takers and is designed to evaluate their ability to communicate effectively in English in everyday situations.

The IELTS Speaking test is a one-on-one interview between the test-taker and a trained examiner. The test consists of three parts and takes approximately 11-14 minutes to complete. In the first part, the test-taker is asked to introduce themselves and answer general questions about their life and interests. In the second part, the test-taker is given a cue card with a topic and is asked to speak on that topic for two minutes. In the third part, the examiner asks follow-up questions about the topic in part two.

The IELTS Speaking test evaluates a range of language skills, including fluency, coherence, grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation. The test-takers performance is assessed on a nine-band scale, with band 1 being the lowest and band 9 being the highest.

In order to achieve a higher score on speaking, here is the preparation checklist for it. Once you learn them, you can put a tick next to each point on the list.

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IELTS Speaking Parts

IELTS Speaking Parts   The IELTS Speaking test consists of three parts, each designed to evaluate different aspects of a test taker’s English speaking ability:  Part 1: Introduction and Interview (4-5 minutes) In this part, the examiner introduces themselves and...

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