You'll love these five great tips for the IELTS speaking test – and the examiner will be impressed!

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Mam,how to start speaking

i wanna ask when we take speaking test are we going to use spoken english where you are more relaxed and using lesser grammar or written english we i should use pristine grammar ?

Hello The_Negativ_0ne,

Accurate language use is more important in written work than in speaking, as we make up our language at high speed when speaking. Mistakes are inevitable and are expected - for native speakers as well as language users. Of course, this does not mean that accuracy does not matter, but the nature of speaking is taken into account in the exam.

For more information please take a look at our site for IELTS candidates, TakeIELTS, where you can find advice on this and many other aspects of the exam. The speaking section is here and the preparation section is here.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Hi. I am from Azerbaijan. 28 years old. All are good advices. I am going to take the exam İELTS. But İ think that, my basic problem is about listening. İ understand any move after 2-3 times listen. What can you advise about it?

Hello Elgun,

Welcome! Our Frequently asked questions page has some general advice on improving your listening, and I'd also recommend you take a look at TakeIELTS for additional specific tips on preparing for the listening part of the exam. If you have any other questions after reading through those pages, please don't hesitate to ask us.

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Hi Dear Kirk,
Is there a way to edit one's comment? If somebody finds out his mistakes and wants to correct himself, what can he do please?

Hello Said Abdou,

I think there is an edit option under your comment - just look for the word 'edit'.

If you can't see that, then simply post another comment.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Wow... those advises have slightly lowered my tremble. I really dread to think what will happen when I'll sit in front of the Examiner.

Yes! It is very much helpful for me.

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