The IELTS exam is based upon the usual skills: reading, listening, speaking and writing. The IELTS test is required for people who are willing to work in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, for students wanting to apply for scholarships in an English-speaking country (or they have to attend courses in English in a non-speaking English country), or it can be mandatory for employees of some companies.
The focus of the article will be the speaking task. The topics for this task are based upon everyday life situations, but some tasks can be very unbecoming for many students. What I am trying to say is that some of the topics may not be so familiar or suitable for all the contestants, mainly because they are not all the time part of their daily routine or environment. For example, it can sometimes be difficult for a business man to develop a talk based upon a cooking routine. Some topics are related to education, exams, weather..etc.
A few tips:
Once you get your topics, try to brainstorm some vocabulary about them, then think of some ideas that you can develop in conversation. Think of some possible questions that the examiners can ask. One final tip: never stop talking, your goal for this task being to show your fluency on any topic. The topics for the speaking test are developed extensively during the preparation modules.
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