1. Formulate your answer by stating your opinions and reasons. Then, always make it a point to provide examples.
2. Make use of comparative forms (e.g. more beautiful, less skillful, larger) and superlative forms (e.g. the most beautiful, the least skillful, largest) in order to express comparisons.
3. Comparative forms are used for comparing different things with each other
Example: Logging into Facebook is much more interesting than chatting in Yahoo Messenger.
4. Lastly, superlative forms are used to compare a thing with the other members of the same group
Example: I'd say that Facebook is the most popular social network in the Philippines.
Next week you will get to read some tips when you need to summarize or explain in the IELTS speaking module.
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