Hi, dear I want to ask you about: You can just say: Dear Liz, I suppos to sit on ielt on 12th December and getting preparation before test. As i have hearing difficulties and worry about my speaking test and listening test. I probably will get head phone during listening test that will better for me to hear and understand the topic.
But i am very much worry and thinking about speaking section. My pronuntiation and sound is not up to the mark due hearing difficulties. Would my score be affected if i repeat quetions twice? Would you like to give your valuable advice in speaking section for me having hearing difficulties. Firstly, talk with the people in your local IELTS test center and ask them for advice about what to do for your speaking test. Secondly, when you have your test, you can mention to the examiner that you have hearing problems that might affect your pronunciation.
This way your problem is formally recorded. All the best Liz. There are no points given or taken from interesting ideas or being on or off topic. You are only marked on the language you produce, nothing more.
Even if the examiner interrupts your answer, just focus on the next question and add plenty of information. You will probably need to add one sentence in part 1 and about three sentences in part 3.
For part 2, you choose what information to give and how to develop your talk. The speaking test is informal not formal.
Dear Mam, I got my result L6. My requirment is each band 6. If you finished both writing task 1 and writing task 2 and also if you wrote over words for task 1 and over words for task 2, then you could consider a remark.
I have appiled for a remark and desperately waiting for my positive result. Than you for your great website. It has been very helpful for me.
I have learned a great deal about the test and preparation needed from your website. I see that your website is copyright protected. I would like to print information from your page to help assist in teaching my student. I have subscribed to your newsletter. Is there another step I can take to have access to printing from your page?
I will sign up or pay a fee if needed. Thank you for your time and expertise. I will work on it this year and maybe have it available next year. I am going to take my IElTS very soon, which will be my third take. I manage to achieve a band score 7. I really need a score of 7. Could you help me by briefly commenting on this essay of task 1? The charts below show what UK graduate and post graduate students who did not go into full-time work did after leaving college in The bar graphs illustrate information regarding the population of both graduate and postgraduate students in the UK who did not work full-time, with a further classification of four different engagements part-time, voluntary work, further study and unemployment that they pursue instead, after graduating from university in Overall, majority of the number of students show a similar trend in both groups graduate and undergraduate in terms of the four given career paths they have decided to continue after completing college in Most of these aspiring students chose to further their education.
In contrast to this, voluntary work has not been very popular among these learners, which showed the least number. The first graph displayed a significant population of graduate students, which is also the highest, who decided to aim for a better educational attainment through further studies, which accounted by 29, Followed by this, are those who preferred to be employed part-time with a figure of 17,, while the least number got themselves involved in doing voluntary work with a total of 3, people.
Unfortunately, the remaining students were unemployed by the total of 16, The second graph shows that among the four activities chosen by postgraduates, the highest number of students went on to study for a higher degree reaching to 2, people. Second to this, are those who applied for a part-time job 2, The very least number participated in voluntary work and the remaining were unemployed with a population of and 1, respectively.
The content is all fine. The overview gives the key features and the body paragraphs give the detail. However, it is long. Could you really write this in 20 mins? This way you avoid repetition of your sentences. Also if you look at the first chart, there is considerable difference between part time work and further studies which could be mentioned in the body.
Thank you for the enlightening feedback. I will practice writing my essay a bit shorter. I hope the essay that I am going to write during the test is worthy of 7. Also I hope to avoid errors in using punctuations like comma. In some of the listening answer keys I found some answers like, standard of teaching or the 2nd half. Reply me soon please. Thanks a lot for your great lessons. Any words given in brackets are optional words for answers.
I want to improvr my writing task 1 and task 2. My exam is on 8th aug. Hello mam, In IELTS examinatio, listening test, you hear the speaker saying 25th of the March and in that case what should i write in my answer, 25 March or 25th March? Are these both correct? Is that will be correct or wrong answer. Please reply me as soon as possible. Hi mam thanks a lot ….. You must check that your streaming is strong enough by watching the preview video. Well done with your result. Why do you want to underline your own words?
I have underlined useful words for students in these speaking models. Why do you want to underline your own words in your essay? The examiner is trained to notice everything. They are professionally trained. It is unlikely that you will think of 3 or 4 main points for one answer without any time to prepare your ideas. Visit the main speaking page: Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.
Learn how your comment data is processed. Hi, my name is Elizabeth Liz. Comments Ankur Shukla says: August 17, at 9: Can you tell me how badly it will affect my score? August 17, at May 17, at 9: May 17, at February 18, at February 18, at 3: The speaking test is informal. December 8, at 2: Hello, Liz I got 4. December 8, at 3: January 31, at 3: December 5, at 5: October 10, at 3: October 10, at September 7, at I meant to say I need only a half band in speaking to get the required score.
December 23, at September 4, at 5: September 4, at 6: July 28, at March 8, at March 9, at March 1, at March 1, at 1: February 24, at 5: February 25, at 8: April 23, at 5: What are you confused about?
April 23, at February 1, at January 31, at 5: January 31, at 6: September 9, at 5: September 9, at 6: November 30, at 5: November 30, at 6: June 15, at 2: August 10, at 4: June 17, at 4: June 18, at 1: May 31, at 7: May 31, at May 11, at 5: April 13, at 4: April 17, at 1: February 27, at 7: February 28, at January 8, at 5: January 12, at 6: October 15, at 3: October 15, at 4: You would need to contact your local test center to ask them.
We are unable to repair this watch. Also , this is the fourth time this has happened. I love wearing earrings. We went to the park today. As well as that , we did some shopping. In addition , you owe me money. The report is badly presented. Moreover , it contains inaccuracies. In addition to this , his relationship to his parents got worse. To sump up what has been previously stated Linking words: In conclusion , walking is a cheap, safe, enjoyable and readily available form of exercise.
To summarize , this is a clever approach to a common problem. The food was good and we loved the music. His novels belong to a great but vanished age. To sum up , there are three main ways of tackling the problem… In summary , this was a disappointing performance.
Briefly , our team is now one of the best in the world. To conclude , I want to wish you all a very happy holiday season. To provide examples Linking words:
To avoid this, using linking or transition words that signpost your arguments can help to clarify your views and show the reader what to expect from certain paragraphs or sentences. These words give structure to the whole, helping you to organise your ideas and assist the reader in understanding them.
Most pieces of formal writing are organised in a similar way: introduction; development of main ideas or arguments; conclusion. Linking words and phrases join clauses, sentences and paragraphs together.
Jun 16, · Linking Words for Essays: How to Link Those Paragraphs and Sentences June 16, by Natasha Quinonez What you write about is only part of what makes up a great downlwhopkd.cf: Natasha Quinonez. Usage of Transition Words in Essays. Transition words and phrases are vital devices for essays, papers or other literary compositions. They improve the connections and transitions between sentences and paragraphs. They thus give the text a logical organization and structure (see also: a List of Synonyms).
More than providing easy transition from one though to another, the list of transition words for essays also gives a more convincing tone to the overall voice of your composition. Adding a few transition words lend a more formal tone to direct your readers on what to expect. Useful Linking Words and Phrases to Use in Your Essays Linking words and phrases are used to show relationships between ideas. They can be used to join two or more sentences or clauses. Aakankshya on Useful Words and Phrases for Writing Formal Letters in English; Prepositions of Time and Place: AT – IN – ON.