How to REDUCE your IELTS Speaking part 1 preparation

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It can seem like you are climbing a mountain when you are preparing for IELTS. And especially for the speaking part.

There are SO many topics that can come up and you need to prepare for all of them.

You need to learn vocabulary, improve your grammar, link you ideas, develop your answers, find someone to practise with.....

No wonder it feels like you are never going to succeed.

But wait. I can help.

There are ways to simplify your life, make your preparation easier. And one of them is to find patterns in the questions. The same kind of questions are asked for most of the topics, and when you can see this pattern, you can prepare for it.

I put together a little video to explain. Here it is.


Leave me a comment below. What is the biggest problem you have to prepare for the IELTS speaking test?

3 Responses

  1. Karim Dad
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    As an English Language student I have spent many years and my energy but still English seems challenging.
    Writhing and listening are most challenging onea , though reading and speaking skills are hard, too.

    • Emma
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      What is it about writing and listening that you find hard?

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