Have you ever wondered what a Band 9 candidate sounds like? Listen to this sample answer. As you listen, pay attention to the natural way that she speaks.
Notice how often she uses natural conversation fillers and pauses (hmm, well, umm), qualifiers (a bit, a little, really, quite, etc.), different tenses, less common and idiomatic vocabulary (for example, he really stuck to his guns – 6:18). Of course, the candidate is a native speaker and you are not expected to speak with the same accent as hers, but the video will give you an idea of the fluency you need to get a very high score in the IELTS Speaking test. Many of the features of her speech are explained in my tips and IELTS Speaking Test Preparation materials.
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jerry dela pena says
It is very good, although im not verygood in speaking english. I hope that i learn more about the correct words to say, and advice on how to correct my public speaking words.
Thank you for thise very useful lessons!
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Please , anyone can help me with adequate material for General schedule preparation , I need to take 7 Band Score , so I Need to be informed what books should I buy online ?
Thank you for your help