1. Always remember to provide reasons for your opinions. Likewise, it would really help you get good scores if you could give examples for your points.
2. In Part 2, you would also be given a task card and 1 minute to think about what you're going to say. Take advantage of the time by jotting down notes.
3. When you answer, use linking words and phrases to connect your ideas. Avoid giving one-word answers or short phrases.
4. Finally, in making your notes, just write down keywords since you only have 1 minute to organize your thoughts.
Next week, you'll be seeing some tips when you're required to speculate in IELTS speaking.
Other IELTS speaking tips:
- 4 Tips for Providing Information in the IELTS Speaking Module
- 4 Tips for Expressing and Justifying Opinions in the IELTS Speaking Module
- 3 Tips for Speculating in the IELTS Speaking Module
- 3 Tips for Expressing a Preference in the IELTS Speaking Module
- 5 Tips for Narrating in the IELTS Speaking Module
- 4 Tips for Comparing and Contrasting in the IELTS Speaking Module
- 2 Tips for Summarizing and Explaining in the IELTS Speaking Module
- 3 Tips for Discourse Repair and Fluency in the IELTS Speaking Module