What Does Speaking Section Entail?

Both the academic and general versions of the IELTS have the same speaking module. Now, this component will evaluate an applicant's speaking abilities, including fluency, communication continuity, grammar, pronunciation, confidence when speaking, capacity to understand what the examiner is asking, and how relevant the replies are to the questions being asked.
IELTS Speaking consists of three Parts. The speaking test will assess your use of spoken English. The test will last between 11 and 14 minutes where you will discuss a variety of topics with an Ielts examiner. Your test will take place in a quiet room with an examiner who will encourage you to keep speaking. Ielts examiner will be able to make you feel relaxed and confident. They’re also able to understand your accent to ensure you get the best possible score.
In Ielts speaking exam has three parts and takes around 14 minutes. We are explaining how to prepare for the Speaking Ielts.

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i. Read the question carefully and details what has asked in the question actually.
ii. Increase your speaking accent.
iii. Use a wide range of vocabulary. People generally use less than they know when they speak. Practise to activate what you know.
iv. Learn More Vocabulary. You will be able to do better.
v. Concentrate on the planning. This helps you to control your nerves and to be fluent.
vi. Keep eye contact with the Examiner.
vii. Organise speaking topic. If your talk is not organized, you will lose marks.
viii. More focus on your fluency and coherence. Coherence involves a logical and clear argument.
ix. In Part 3, Listen carefully to the Examiner’s Questions.
x. Don’t speak fast or slowly, but clearly.
xi. Familiarizes yourself with the all types of questions and cue cards.
xii. Work on your weak points and make it your strong points.
xiii. Do more Speaking Practice , Enhance Speaking Band Score.

Three Parts Of Speaking

Task 1:

  • You might be asked about
  • A place or a hobby
  • Your daily routine
  • Your interests
  • Places in your country
  • Special foods/events in your country
  • Computers
  • Family & Friends
  • Food
  • Newspapers
  • Shopping
  • Transport
  • Weather

This usually lasts between 4-5 minutes.

Task 2:

You will be given a TASK CARD with a specific topic on it in the second half. You will be asked to speak for about 2 minutes, depending on the Task Card. Before you begin speaking, you will be given one minute to prepare on that issue. This portion is normally 3-4 minutes long. Following your talk, the interviewer will ask you a few questions about your topic.

Question 1

Speak about your favourite Musician or Singer
1. Name?
2. What Skills he/she possesses?
3. Why he/she is your favourite?

Question 2

Describe a hotel you stayed at
1. Name and location of the hotel?
2. Where and when you went?
3. Facilities offered by the hotel management?

Question 3

Describe a historical place or a historical monument you have seen
1. When and Where you saw it?
2. How that place was?
3. What you liked there?

Question 4

Describe your visit to a religious place
1. Name and Location of the place?
2. When you visited?
3. With whom you visited?
4. What you like there?

Question 5

Describe a difficult challenge that you completed
1. What was the Challenge?
2. When and where did you complete it?
3. How you felt about it?

Question 6

Describe a time when you were excited?
1. Where you were?
2. When it was?
3. Who you were with?
4. Explain why were you excited?

Task 3:

Important Questions

1. Education
2. Health
3. Work
4. Society
5. Food

Following Elements affect Speaking Band Score


The Grammar Course is Extensive. We are unable to show them all. Here are a few examples:


Passive Voice



1. Obligatory- Imperative, Compulsory, Necessary
2. Marvel- Wonder, Surprise, Astonishment,
3. Eminent – Famous, Renowned
4. Enormous – Huge, Immense, Vast
5. Controversy – argument, debate, dispute
6. Dearth- Shortage, absence, Scarcity
7. Ancient – Obsolete, Old-fashioned, out- of- date
8. Attain – ,Win, Gain, Achieve, Succeed
9. Effort- Attempt, Endeavour, trail, Venture
10. Yield – Produce, Product
11. Vague – Unclear, Obscure, Indefinite, Indistinct
12. Upload – Support, Approve
13. Unique – Singular, Matchless, Unprecedented
14. Splendid –Gorgeous, Glorious, Grand, Magnificent
15. Inquisitive – Curious, Eager for knoweldge
16. Scandal – Disgrace, rumours
17. Spurious – False, Counterfeit
18. Diversity – Difference, Variety, Range
19. Target – Aim, Goal, Object, Mark
20. Teach – Instruct, Educate
21. Melancholy- Sad, Depressed
22. Knowledge – Information, Learning, Understanding
23. Junk – Rubbish, Waste, Trash
24. Obtain – Get, Attain, Acquire, Procure, Seek
25. Obsolete –Antiquated, Extinct, Discarded, Outworn
26. Abstain – Avoid, Decline, Refrain
27. Dangerous – Perilous, Serious, Threatening.
28. Excess- Surplus, Extravagance
29. Gather – accumulate, assemble, collect, Heap
30. Obligatory- Imperative, Compulsory, Necessary.

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1. Fragile – Easily Broken
2. Decade – a period of 10 years
3. Detoxify – To remove harmful poisons.
4. Extinction – Disappearance
5. Merely – Only, Just
6. Traditional – Conventional
7. Modern – Contemporary
8. Animals – Fauna
9. Plants – Flora
10. Juvenile – Teenager, Young
11. Paramount – Important
12. Ambiguous – Unclear
13. Allure – Attraction
14. Conceive – Formulate, Develop, Evolve, Invent, think of
15. Perceive – Aware, Recognize, identify, Figure Out
16. Lethal – Fatal, Dangerous, Incurable, Killing, Cause Death
17. Relinquish – Abandon, Forsake, Give up, Abdicate
18. Ascent – Rise, Lift, Elevation
19. Obligatory- Imperative, Compulsory, Necessary
20. Marvel- Wonder, Surprise, Astonishment
21. Precious - Costly, Invaluable
22. Contemporary- Current, Laterst, Modern, Recent
23. Help – Assistance
24. Adequate – sufficient, appropriate
25. Diminish – Decrease, Decline
26. Convenient – Easy, Easily available
27. Amenities - Facilities
28. Gorgeous – Beautiful
29. Diverse – Different, Distinct
30. Development – Growth, Evolution
31. Get – Acquire, Obtain, Achieve
32. Hydrological Poverty – the lack of water in particular area, not enough water to sustain the livelihood
33. Malfunction – Fail to Function
34. Inherent – inborn, innate
35. Equivalent – identical, same
36. Evaluate – Consider, Analyze
37. Terminate - Cease, Stop, Finish
38. Abandon – to give up completely
39. Concede – Admit
40. Pavement – Footpath , Walkway
41. Meet a DeadLine – Tasks on Time
42. Encounter – Experience (Something hostile or Difficult)
43. Plethora –large amount of something
44. Captivate – show interest, charm
45. Confine – Limit, restrict
46. Jeopardize – put in danger, risk
47. Privilege – Advantage, Right, Benefit
48. Conceive –Create, Develop, Think of
49. Perceive – Become Aware, Recognize
50. Sinister – Something Harmful
51. Dismissive – Negative, Unworthy
52. Lethal –Cause Death, Fatal, Dangerous

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