Learning: IELTS Speaking Part 3 Model Answer
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Speaking Part 3
1 What’s the difference between learning face-to-face with teachers and learning by yourself?
Learning by yourself means you’re in charge of what and how long you’ll be studying. Learning face-to-face with teachers, however, usually means that the teacher will decide the learning material and the duration of the lesson.
2 Do you like to learn on your own or with others?
I like to learn on my own because I can decide the subject I want to learn and work on areas which I need to improve. I don’t have to concern myself with other people’s preferences, and it’s easier to focus because there’s no one to distract me.
3 Do you prefer to study at home or study in other places?
At home, because it’s quiet and there’s everything I need. Sometimes I would go to a cafe to study or work but I’d have to do some preparation beforehand. And it costs money to go out, and I don’t always have enough money for that.
- Face-to-face: having a conversation facing each other
Eg: It is a face-to-face interview
- Concern: worried
Eg: The real concern is how to quit pollution
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