All-in-one package of materials to help you get a high band
in the IELTS Speaking test. Download it today.
For many IELTS candidates, it is very difficult to get a high band in the speaking test. According to official reports for 2012, test takers from the top 40 countries scored around Band 6 on average. In certain parts of the world, for example East Asia, the average score was much lower.
To get a high band in the Speaking test, you must:
The good news is that you can learn these skills, even if you cannot practise with native speakers every day.
This is because:
The package contains four eBooks, audio materials plus extra resources to help you succeed in the test.
A complete eBook of essential tips, useful strategies and sample answers. Read more
An audio version of the useful units and sample answers from the eBook. Read more
This 50-page eBook presents, explains and corrects 101 typical mistakes. Read more
Useful words, phrases and sample answers for cue cards in part 2 of the test. Read more
A list of useful synonyms and examples of their use. For Band 7 or higher. Read more.
This eBook presents sample answers for Part 1 of the test. With audio! Read more
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In the IELTS speaking test, you often need to think about what to say next. In this tip, you will learn how to use conversation fillers – special words and phrases to give you time to think.
In the IELTS speaking test, the examiner will ask you for your opinions on particular topics. In this tip you will learn some special phrases that you can use in your responses.
Many learners use the words 'holiday' and 'vacation' incorrectly. This page from the eBook 'Typical Mistakes in English (pdf)' explains how to use these words in a natural way.
In the IELTS Speaking Test part 2, the questions on the card could be about a book you have or haven't read. This unit presents useful words and phrases for describing a book.
If you are aiming for Band 7 or higher, these synonyms are very useful, not only for the IELTS test but also for your general speaking and writing.
Many learners make mistakes with the words 'since' and 'for'. This page from the bonus eBook 'Typical Mistakes in English (pdf)' explains how to use these words in the correct way.
I've been working in the field of languages for over 12 years .
After my graduation from University College London, I've been a freelance English language teacher, blogger, content developer and e-learning website co-founder. I've helped many students prepare for their IELTS speaking tests using the strategies, tips and vocabulary in this package. I want to help you do well with my materials.
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