IELTS Speaking Classes in Chandigarh

MasterPrep, Get the Best IELTS Speaking Classes in Chandigarh

Are you worried about the IELTS speaking Test and unable to find solutions to score your best, MasterPrep, a IELTS coaching institute in Chandigarh, brings to you the best way to prepare yourself for not just speaking, but a complete solution to the IELTS training. The institute provides the IELTS speaking classes with the help of its experienced, well trained faculty.

IELTS Speaking Classes

Today, MasterPrep brings to you a guide towards the IELTS Speaking format and certain tips, which will help a candidate score good in the test. This is because of the fact that, the institute understands that IELTS speaking classes is one of the essentialities that need improvement. It is important to understand that no matter how good in English you are, it is not necessary that you score a perfect 9 band.

The IELTS Speaking Test Format

                                                        IELTS Speaking Test                    The Final Score
Part-1

(Interview)

4-5 Minutes A general interview that includes the introduction, study, work experience, hobbies/field of interest, holidays
Part-2

(Long Turn/ Extempore)

3-4 Minutes It is the 2 minute talk on a particular topic. A student is given 1 minute to prepare him/herself for the same
Part-3

(Two-way Discussion)

4-5 Minutes It is a two-way discussion, which is related to the things said in Part-2

 

Prepare Yourself Well!

Speaking is one such test, which can either break your will or make it. Given are the tips one may learn in the IELTS Speaking Classes:

Part-1 (Interview)

  • Avoid giving the short uncommunicative replies
  • Avoid the short ‘yes’, ‘no’ answers to the closed questions
  • Offer examples to help explain a statement that is interviewer is unable to understand

Part-2 (Long Turn)

  • Use the 1 Minute preparation time cleverly
  • Make notes
  • Avoid giving unimaginative introduction, instead make a memorable start
  • Practice as often as possible

Part-3 (Two-way Discussion)

  • Use the expressions, for example, “well, let me think…”, when you need time to collect your thoughts
  • Avoid short ‘yes’, no’
  • Use examples

So, what are you waiting for? Enroll with MasterPrep today to get the best IELTS speaking classes in Chandigarh, and improve yourself in the best possible way.

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