Remember, Speaking fast is not fluency. If you are good at speaking then it really doesn’t make sense to speak fast. Speak slowly but distinctly so that your words shall be more audible and understandable for the listener. It is also important that you shall maintain your pitch, maintain proper rhythm. Often, candidates think that they can impress the interviewer if they speak fast or give answers to the questions more quickly but this actually leads to confusion. So, be very careful and speak as audibly clear as you can.
IELTS exam tips, information, advice, model answers and topics to help you prepare successfully for your IELTS listening test. Prepare for your IELTS test and familiarise yourself with the structure of the test.
As you know, this is a test based course where you will be given sufficient past exam papers and you must solve it during the class with the trainer supervision. The teacher will evaluate your strengths, weaknesses and the skills / areas are needed for further improvement.
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