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IELTS Speaking Sample Answer from a teacher - Pt 1 Interview

IELTS Speaking Sample Answer from a teacher - Pt 1 Interview

A native-speaker English teacher gives 4 IELTS Speaking Sample Answers on video with detailed written analysis. A student answers the questions on audio.

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IELTS Speaking practice: Speaking test Part 2

IELTS Speaking practice: Speaking test Part 2

Improve your IELTS Speaking by working through this lesson. Practice for Part 2 of the speaking test - The Long Turn where the student speaks on their own without any help from the examiner

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Better IELTS speaking: Advice & Practice

Better IELTS speaking: Advice & Practice

Improve your IELTS speaking with practise on pronunciation and advice from English teachers on the way to better your IELTS Band Score. Take our quiz with immediate results.

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IELTS Speaking Test Questions with answers: Royal privacy

IELTS Speaking Test Questions with answers: Royal privacy

Practise your IELTS speaking test questions with answers from English teachers. Speaking Test 3 is the focus here for 6.5+ candidates to improve band score

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Tips to improve IELTS: Speaking test part 3 sample answer

Tips to improve IELTS: Speaking test part 3 sample answer

You must be interested in tips to improve IELTS band scores, so why not try our IELTS competition? You can win 2 self-study textbooks from Harper Collins.

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Free IELTS Listening & Speaking Competition: Win Speaking and Listening self-study textbooks

Free IELTS Listening & Speaking Competition: Win Speaking and Listening self-study textbooks

Here's another competition to win 2 more excellent, self-study IELTS textbooks from Harper Collins. You can get free IELTS Listening & Speaking self-study material to aid your study and improve your IELTS band score. The winner of the last IELTS competition was Anna Polanska, from Poland. Well done, Anna! She won Writing for IELTS and Reading for IELTS.

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IELTS Speaking: Improving your vocabulary

IELTS Speaking: Improving your vocabulary

Getting to IELTS band 7+ is tough and most students never manage it but why? Well, people at that level are similar to native speakers because they know lots of language and have a very naturally way of using it. More importantly, they know lots of different ways to talk about or reference the same thing using synonyms. Very high level students also know a large amount of collocations and are aware which nouns, adjectives, adverbs and prepositions go together to show off their IELTS Speaking vocabulary. The topic of Art is common in the speaking.

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Sports Idioms & Phrases: IELTS Speaking

Sports Idioms & Phrases: IELTS Speaking

Sport idioms & phrasal verbs used in IELTS speaking sample answer & sample question. Also IELTS tips on how to improve your band score.

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IELTS Speaking: Two-Way Discussion sample answers

IELTS Speaking: Two-Way Discussion sample answers

Sample questions and suggested answers for IELTS Speaking part 3, all about 'books'

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IELTS speaking test part 2-Describing a friend you spend time with

IELTS speaking test part 2-Describing a friend you spend time with

In part 2 of the IELTS speaking test you need to speak for 2 minutes about a given topic. You get 1 minute to prepare. During  this time it’s a good idea to make short notes on the paper you are given.

Here’s a sample question with some notes:

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