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IELTS Speaking Task 2 - How to succeed


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Hi, my name is Emma, and in today's lesson we are going to be looking at the IELTS. The

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IELTS is a test that a lot of ESL students have to take when they want to go to a Canadian

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university, an Australian university, an English university. So when they want to study overseas

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or often times, when they want to immigrate to one of these countries. Okay? So we're

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looking specifically at the speaking part of the IELTS, part two. So the IELTS speaking

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task is split up into three sections. We are going to be looking at section two in this

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video. Okay, so let me first explain what happens

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in section two, and then we are going to look at some tips on what you should do if you

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want to do well on this section, and things you shouldn't do. Okay? So let's get started.

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So, in part two of the speaking component of the IELTS, you will be speaking for about

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two minutes. Okay? So this part lasts for about three minutes, so you have three minutes.

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The first minute you will be handed a question card. Okay?

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So here is an example of a question card. It will tell you, often times, to describe

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something. "Describe a museum that you have visited." It will tell you what you need to

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say. You should say:

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* Where it is * Why you went there

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* What you particularly remember This is just an example. Okay? So it can be

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on different topics, but you will get a card that looks something like this. Okay? So you

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have one minute to look at the question and to make notes, and to think: "Okay, what am

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I going to say?" So that takes one minute, and then after that the examiner will tell

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you: "Okay, you can begin." You must talk for one to two minutes. A lot

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of students actually consider this the hardest part of the speaking component because it's

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not a dialogue. Okay? The examiner isn't asking you questions and you're giving responses,

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and you're going back and forth. In this part of the IELTS, you just talk and you talk for

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one to two minutes. So a lot of students find this difficult because talking for two minutes,

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even for some native speakers, is a little difficult. Okay, so that's what's going to

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happen in this part. Okay? So what are some of the topics you might be

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asked about in this part of the IELTS? Well, topics often covered include: you might be

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asked about a precious item, so you might have to describe a precious item that you

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own. You might have to say something about where you bought it from or: how did you get

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it, what does it look like, why is it so precious? You might be asked about a special day, a

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sporting event that you went to or a concert, a special trip or journey or vacation, people

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who have influenced you. For example: they might ask you to describe your favourite teacher.

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What was she like? Why was she so great? You might be asked about a book, music, a television

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program, a movie you saw or even items of clothing. Okay, so sometimes you're asked

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about historical buildings, you might be asked about a neighbourhood in your city. The key

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