IELTS Preparation with Razu Free Tips, Lessons & English

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IELTS Speaking test has 3 sections, and it takes 5 to 15 minutes to complete. The sub-test consists of an interview with a trained examiner, and the whole conversation is recorded for later evaluation. There are 3 main parts of an IELTS Speaking test (part 1: Introduction & Interview, part 2: Cue Card/Candidate Task Card & part 3: Details discussion), and the assessment of the examinees is done twice for clarity.

This section contains IELTS Speaking Topics that are taken from original IELTS tests. It gives you both the IELTS Speaking Topics with their model answer so that you know how to answer those speaking topics.

This section gives you more than 110 complete IELTS Speaking Samples that are taken from the real IELTS tests. Read through as many speaking samples as you want to familiarise yourself with three different sections of the IELTS Speaking test, and learn how to answer these questions. This would enhance your speaking ability as you would be challenged by unfamiliar and unpredictable questions quite often. These tests prepare you for the real questions that you might be asked on a real test in section 1, section 2 and section 3 of the speaking exam.

IELS SPEAKING SAMPLE ANSWER:Do you work or are you a student?

Answer: I am studying and working at the same time. Before I came to France, I was working as an engineer, but at the moment I’m studying French because I hope to do a Master’s here.

Do you like your job?

Answer: well, generally speaking, I really enjoy my job simply because it’s very rewarding to be able to help people every day. It also helps me boost my people skills, expand my social network and give me a financial security.

Do you like your study?

Answer: Yes, I really love studying law, but my real aim is to do a Master’s and then look for a job in an international law firm.

What do you like about your job?

Answer: Frankly, I love everything about my current job. But, I think the best part of it is that I could travel and discover places that I have never been to.

Is there anything you don’t like about your job?

Answer: Generally speaking, I enjoy my job. The only thing I am not so fond of is the salary; it’s not good enough for me to enjoy my life. I wish my boss would give me a pay rise next month.

Would you like to change your job in the future?

Answer: I don’t want to get stuck at the job that I am working now. I am still young, so 1 want to learn as much as I can. Moreover, I would like to be my own boss, so I’m planning to run my own business nextyear.