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Speaking Part Two Sample Question

Kindly practice answering the IELTS Speaking Part Two sample Question below, you are to use the voice note of your WhatsApp to record your response and send to +2349037672796 through WhatsApp for our evaluation. Again, you to prepare your response within sixty seconds and give your response in two minutes. Additionally ensure you time yourself.

In this section you are given a cue card / task card which will contain the topic question and some bullets; see sample below

cue / Task Card

Describe a unique gift you have received from some one

You should Say:

  • Who gave it to you
  • What kind of gift it was
  • How it compare to other gifts you have received

Explain why the gift is so unique to you

Every Exam is deliberately planned and executed by the organizers of IELTS to meet specific test-demands.  Hence there are usually structured topics made available by the same organizers of the test.   Ours therefore, is just to produce possible questions that might be asked in relations to those topics that have made available.  

 

How We Evaluate Your Response

We are strongly advised by the examiner (The British Council) not to award any band score to anyone during practice sessions. What we do is to simply make corrections on your responses to us and show you how to present a better and high score oriented speech. 

 

Kindly use the voice note of your whatsapp and record your response then send it to our official whatsapp line +2349037672796. 

Topic:  Work 

Below are some of the questions you might be asked about Work

  1. What is your job?
  2. Do you like your job?
  3. Is your job a popular one in your Country?
  4. What was your first day at work like?
  5. Would you say you found fulfilment in your job?

Topic: Study

Below are some of the probable questions about study that you might be asked during the IELTS Speaking Part One Test.

  1. What do you study?
  2. Where do you study it?
  3. Do you get along with your colleagues?
  4. If you have the chance, would you change the subject  or course?
  5. Do you plan to get a job with your current course of study?

Topic: Hometown

Some of the questions that you might be asked under this topic are listed below

  1. Where is your hometown located?
  2. How much do you like your hometown?
  3. When last did you visit your hometown?
  4. Is there proper transport system in your hometown?

International English Language Testing System

The International English Language Testing System; IELTS is an English Proficiency Exam structured to measure one’s mastery of the standard English Language in four key areas for academic, immigration and work purposes. The IELTS certificate is very instructive in making academic and work decisions on applicants especially for countries like UK, the US, Canada, Australia and many others.

Types of the IELTS Exam

We are the first to structurally categorize the IELTS exam into types; though it has been available in various platforms but none has put the types of IELTS together the way we have done in this write up. And the reason for this is to help test takers and intending test takers to have a perfect understanding on the kind or type of ielts to choose when applying for the exam. See the types of ielts exam below;

#1-THE British Council IELTS

This is the commonly known IELTS exam that covers more than 150 countries and institutions put together. It is very clear from the online statistics available that about 80% to 85% of IELTS test takers actually go for this type of IELTS.

#2 – The IELTS UKVI (UK Visas)

This kind of IELTS exam is specifically meant for the Uk or and UK Visa related alone. As it stands today, only the United Kingdom accepts this IELTS to support your documents for school admissions or work related visas services. It is accepted by the UK visas as a proof of your English Proficiency

#3 – IELTS IDP

This is the Australia version of the IELTS exam, the IDP version of the IELTS is strategically meant for those who intend to work or study in Australia.

IELTS Exam Components (Modules) / Tests

The International English Language Testing System – IELTS is accessed from four (4) key areas regardless of the type of IELTS you intend to take. These four components will also be scored separately and they are as follows;

  1. The Speaking Test
  2. The Listening Test
  3. The Reading Test
  4. The Writing Test

We provide Training tutorials for each and all the four components using IELTS recommended syllable as delivered to us during training by the organizers of the exam. Click Here to Enroll Now

Methods of Writing of the IELTS Exam

The IELTS exam, regardless of the type employs two constructive and very engaging methods for testing its test takers. it should be noted here that content however of the exam is always the same. The methods for writing the IELTS exam are;

  1. Paper Base – PB: This is the most common in Nigeria with many centers nearly in all major cities in Nigeria. This method simply means using Pencil / Pen and paper for the exam. However, test takers taking exam using this method will have to take the entire exam within two days. On the first day the speaking exam will be taken while the second and last day will be for Listening, Reading and writing modules. Again, it takes fourteen days in Nigeria for the result of the paper base ielts exam to be released online and nearly another fourteen days for the hard copy to be delivered to the test taker.
  2. Computer Delivered- CD: This is using computer system for the IELTS exam. The major requirement here is to have computer basic skills especially in the area of typing fast. Those employing this method while writing their test will take the IELTS exam within a day and the online result will be available within 5 days, and then it will take another five days for the hard copy to be delivered to the test taker.