15 Days’ Practice for IELTS Speaking (Ebook & Audio CD)

15 Days' Practice for IELTS Speaking
15 Days' Practice for IELTS Speaking

“15 Days’ Practice For IELTS” is an IELTS book series for any IELTS learners who have around 2 weeks left to prepare for the IELTS test, including 4 different books :

15 Days’ Practice For IELTS Writing
15 Days’ Practice For IELTS Speaking (Book + CD) 
15 Days’ Practice For IELTS Listening (Book + CD)
15 Days’ Practice For IELTS Reading 

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You have certainly practised a great deal to prepare for your actual exam. You have also been exposed to a variety of materials, and have familiarised yourself with the format of the IELTS test. This book, therefore, do not aim at loading you with more practice materials on IELTS, but it will sum up the main points so as to enable you to work out an effective plan to finally achieve your desired IELTS band score in the actual test you are taking.

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Content :

Day 1 The IELTS Speaking Test 
I. An Overview
II. How to prepare for the IELTS Speaking Test
II. Communly-Seen Problems in the IELTS Speaking Test
IV. Useful Tips for the IELTS Speaking Test
Day 2 The IELTS Speaking Test – Part 1
I. An Overview
II. Question Types and How to do Well
Day 3 Part 1 – Common Topics (1)
I. Hometown
II. Marriage and Family
III. Child and Childhood
IV. Weather
V. Education
Day 4 Part 1 – Common Topics (2)
VI. Work
VII. City or City Life
VIII. Traffic and Transport
IX. Tourism
X. Technology and Skills
Day 5 Part 1 – Common Topics (3)
XI. Hobbies and Interests
XII. Sports
XIII. Holidays and Festivals
XIV. Entertainment
XV. Accommodation
Day 6 Part 1 – Common Topics (4)
XVI. Clothes
XVII. Food and Drinks
XIX. Future Plans and Ambitions
Day 7 The IELTS Speaking Test – Part 2
I. An Overview
II. Common Topics 
III. Reminders
IV. How to do well
V. Categorised Topics
Day 8 Part 2 – Common Topics (1)
I. Describing a Person
II. Describing a Place
III. Describing an Event
Day 9  Part 2 – Common Topics (2)
IV. Describing an Object or an Animal
V. Describing a Hobby or a Habit
VI. Describing a Process
Day 10 Part 2 – Common Topics (3)
VII. Describing Experiences
VIII. Describing Technology
IX. Describing Something Ideal or Imaginary
Day 11 The IELTS Speaking Test – Part 3
I. An Overiew
II. Useful tips
III. Common Topics and Suggestions
IV. Transition Signals in Giving Opinion
V. Concluding
Day 12 Part 3 – Common Topic (1)
I. Education
II. Advertising
III. Marriage
IV. Family
V. Sports
Day 13 Part 3 – Common Topics (2)
VI. Television
VII. News
VIII. Shopping
IX. Environmental Protection
X. Diet and health
Day 14 Part 3 – Common Topics (3)
XI. Career and Work
XII. Social Problems
XIII. Travel and Tourism
XIV. Animals 
XV. Healthcare
XVI. Crime and Punishment
XVII. Science and Technology
Day 15 Simulated Tests
I. Sample Tests
II. IELTS Speaking Practice


Day 1 Sample : The overview of the IELTS Speaking Test

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The IELTS Speaking test is the same for both the Academic and General Training modules. It is different from the other parts of the IELTS test because it is a one-to-one interaction between a candidate and an examiner. The three parts of the test give the candidate the opportunity to use a wide range of speaking skills.The Speaking test is recorded. The following table is the format of the IELTS Speaking test:

Part 1 – Introduction and Interview (4-5 minutes) : The examiner introduces himself / herself and confirms the candidate’s identity by asking questions about the candidate. Next, the examiner asks the candidate about familiar topic frames.
Part 2 – Individual Long Turn (3-4 minutes) : The examiner asks the candidate to speak for 1-2 minutes on a particular topic. Information is given on a card and the candidate has 1 minute to prepare before he / she starts. The examiner asks one or two questions after the candidate’s presentation.
Part 3 – Two-way Discussion (4-5 minutes) : The examiner invites the candidate to partici- pate in a discussion of a more abstract topic related to the topic on the card in Part 2.

The IELTS Speaking test has been designed to test your ability to engage in a conversation and to test how well you can communicate your thoughts and opinions. The IELTS Speaking test is the shortest of the components of the IELTS test – only 11 to 14 minutes. In this short time, you have to convince the examiner who will be speaking with you of your level of English.

As you have seen in the table above, the Speaking test is divided into 3 parts :  

Part 1 involves general introduction. Here, the examiner checks that he or she has the right person by confirming the candidate’s name, origin, and identification. This part is also designed to help the candidate relax and it takes only a few seconds. Then, the examiner asks the candidate about familiar topics in life such as his/her country, home town, family, studies/jobs, free-time activities, future plans, etc.This part takes about 4 or 5 minutes.

Part 2 is the individual long turn talk. It provides an opportunity for the candidate to deliver a long, uninterrupted response. The examiner will give the candidate a cue card with a subject such as education, family, work, interests, and lifestyle and some cues or a few guiding questions on the card. These questions are short and the structure of the questions is simple. The candidate must talk for 1 to 2 minutes on this subject. He or she is expected
to demonstrate an ability to construct a long sample of English.The examiner will assess the candidate’s fluency, coherence, range of structures, pronunciation, and vocabulary.
The candidate has an optional 1 minute in order to prepare for his/her talk and is provided with some paper and a pencil in order to make some brief notes. After the candidate’s talk, the examiner will ask 1 or 2 brief questions in order to finish off this part which takes about 3-4 minutes.

Part 3 is the most complex testing part. Here, the examiner will prompt and lead the candidate to a series of questions on the topic spoken about in Part 2. For example, in Part 2, you may have to describe a favourite teacher and in Part 3, you may have to discuss education in your country. These questions will be more demanding and require some critical analysis on the part of the candidate.The examiner is still in control, but must allow the
candidate to produce longer utterances or discuss the questions. You will be scored on how effectively you can develop the abstract ideas on the IELTS test.These questions and discussions may take 4 or 5 minutes.
Note that in Part 1 of the Speaking test, questions cannot be changed or reworded. In Part 3, there is more flexibility. If the candidate does not understand a word in the question, or the question itself, it is possible for the candidate to ask for repetition or clarification. Overall, try to stick to the topic in this specific part of the IELTS test. This is the section where the examiner will really try to get an understanding of your knowledge. Be sure to use proper grammar and accents when appropriate.

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Nafia Zuhana is an experienced content writer and IELTS Trainer. Currently, she is guiding students who are appearing for IELTS General and Academic exams through ieltsmaterial.com. With an 8.5 score herself, she trains and provides test takers with strategies, tips, and nuances on how to crack the IELTS Exam. She holds a degree in Master of Arts – Creative Writing, Oxford Brookes University, UK. She has worked with The Hindu for over a year as an English language trainer.

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