By | February 24, 2017

IELTS SPEAKING TIPS with Do’s & Dont’s

IELTS speaking contains three parts, Here I am going to explain the part 1 of speaking with Do’s & Dont’s of this section in brief including the introduction part of speaking.

Though IELTS Speaking is not only useful for IELTS Exam, it is going to be useful for all the English Speaking exams like PTE, IELTS.

Time (Speaking Part 1): 4  – 5 Minutes


In this introduction section, they will be asking us the basic questions like

  • What’s your name?
  • What nationality are you?
  • What part of your country do you come from?
  • Can you describe your hometown/village?
  • What do you like doing in your free time? Why?
  • Are there any new hobbies that you would like to take up? Why?

The examiner shoots the questions are easy to answer no need any preparation for these just follow the below lines

Examiner Tests the:

  1. Pronunciation
  2. Fluency (Clearly, Rhythmic way)
  3. Vocabulary (Use some high-level vocabulary. Eg: Good, Bad are  low-level vocabulary)
  4. Grammar

Do’s of Speaking Part 1 – Tips

  • Be confident, Friendly and Maintain eye contact with the examiner
  • Show some natural excitement
  • Vocabulary usage
    • Eg: I love Indian Cuisine (Cuisine = food)
    • friends = acquaintance
  • Instead of I like (don’t use) – use I enjoy, I really love, I prefer words
  •  Expand your answers/examples
    • Q) What is your favorite food?
    • A) I love Indian Cuisine. My favorite dish is palak paneer. They use cheese, butter in preparing and very tasty.
  • Practice 


IELTS Materials & Books Free Download Practice

Spoken Expressions in English– IELTS, PTE, TOEFL

Giving Your Opinion Writing

IELTS Listening Section Important Tips and Overview

Dont’s of Speaking Part 1 – Tips

  • Speaking with a monotone
  • Yes/No answers (Not expanding)
    • Do you like sports?
    • Yes, I like sports (Don’t give these type of answers kindly what sport it is and why you like some lines)
  • Repeat the questions (Some people do it often, try practicing without repeating the question again)
  • Going Off the topic
    • Eg: If the examiner is asking about hometown(Stick to the Topic), don’t speak about education, Technology etc..)
  • Answers like – I don’t know
  • Speaking too quickly or slowly
  • Speaking Quietly
  • Worrying about perfect English

The above mentioned all the Do’s & Dont’s in IELTS Speaking part 1 remaining part 2 & 3 tips will be posted soon.

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