SPEAKING Part 3 Crispy TIPS – English Test, IELTS, PTE, TOEFL
At the end of your talk, the examiner will ask one or two brief questions to signal that it is time to stop Speaking. For example, he or she might ask you:
- Did you enjoy your time at school?
- Would you recommend your school to others?
Speaking Part 3 Time: 4-5 Minutes
Once your talk in part-2 is over, your examiner will ask you further questions related to the topic in part2. The examiner may ask you to speak about these points. (Around 5-6 questions)
- Single gender-Vs-co-educational schools.
- School uniforms.
- The teacher as authority or friend.
- The role of the teacher in the language classroom.
Related Topics Appear in Exam
- Technology, Education, Environment, Tv or Internet influence, Leisure activities, Shopping, Sports, Transportation.
Be practiced related to the above topics so that you can speak some matter while the questions are shooting. Only these topics are not limited to the exam but at least if you practice for these topics you can easily speak for unknown topics also.
Eg: How are education priorities different from those in the past?
Important Tips in Speaking Part 3
- Predict the questions examiner may ask
- Analyze your answers
- Show Comparision in your answers
- Giving your opinion – Future (It should be related to future useful sentence)
IELTS Speaking Part 3 Do’s – Crispy Tips
- Listen for keywords in the question
- Ask if you don’t understand
- Give Details, Example, Reasons as answer to the question
- Stick to the Topic (Don’t speak unrelated matter)
- Think you will do well and appreciate yourself
- Build Vocabulary (on Spot) – Use some technology terms
- Relate question to your own life (can answer easily)
- Show Division in answers
- Eg: There are 3 ways or There are few some answers/Solutions …
- Use Modals – Can, Could, May, Might, Should
- Learn Opinion expressions (Showing your view)
IELTS Speaking Part 3 Dont’s – Crispy Tips
- Memorising Answers
- Worrying if you make mistakes (Spoiling the environment yourself)
- Using too many Umms, ahhs, …
- Using “I think” too much
- Using a Phases to many times
- Eg: That’s a good question (Using more than once/twice/thrice)
- Worrying of your accent
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