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IELTS Speaking Tips: How to Get a 9!

Jay took the IELTS and worked out how it’s possible to get an IELTS 9 (or close enough). There are some fundamental things you need to understand about Part 1, 2 and 3, which make it much easier for you.

IELTS Speaking Tips: A Native Speaker Tells You How to Get a 9!

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24 Comments

  1. I would like to thank you a lot for the PPF method it did help me a lot.. though i still had my test so i don’t know the score yet
    Anyway.. i would like to ask a question regarding the parts of the speaking.

    Now I somehow believe I did a good job in the first two parts.. but the 3rd one got me confused a bit and unfortunately I haven’t really responded well..
    So my question is does part 3 hold the most points?

    I again thank you for the PPF method i used it very well in Part 2

  2. Thanks! I got difficult questions about my favorite clothing… I am not interested in clothing and fashion so I didn't knew what to say. I came up with two questions (one past and one present story). Although I had not enough to say to fill the 2 minutes, the result is a 8! (overall band: 6,5) Thanks for all your usefull tips! :D

  3. I believe your suggestion to embellish in Part 2 – hence, Part 3 also – is risky, for learners may struggle with creating new ideas and untruths in their mind. This process may hinder and interrupt their ability to speak out. I always advise learners to reflect on true ARTICLES and memories that they can draw upon easily – the memories are hard-wired. Rather than embellish, learners should be encouraged to use more descriptive language about their true memories, including speaking about feelings, environments, people, etc.

  4. Anybody could suggest me book for IELTS preparation I gave IELTS and I got 5 band only
    and I studyed lot even though
    What should do I have problems with ides and speeling like that

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