In today’s post, I’m going to share another video. In this video, an Australian traveller is going to talk about Bali, Indonesia — its tourist district, as well as its population and traffic problems. This is a useful video because in the IELTS Speaking test, the examiner may ask you questions about your home town or country, so listen carefully to how this native speaker expresses his ideas. Write down any vocabulary that you think could be useful.
You can display English subtitles by clicking the YouTube caption button at the bottom of the video. However, these are machine-generated subtitles and they are not 100% accurate.
Pay attention to how the speaker talks about changes at 1:22. Describing changes is a common task in the IELTS test, especially in Part 3. You can find more tips on how to describe changes in this post and also in my Essential IELTS Speaking Tips eBook, part of the IELTS Speaking Test Preparation pack.