Listening Part I

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Listening Part II
Worldbridges Travel Agency Ltd. Enquiry form
Enquiry regarding holiday in
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When would Susan and her friends travel cheaper?

, Eastleigh

The speaking test has three parts: Part 1 Examiner introduces him/herself and checks your name. You may make notes if you wish Talk about yourself having a healthy lifestyle. 3–4 minutes (including 1 minute preparation time) Part 3 Two-way discussion Discuss with the examiner more abstract issues and concepts which are thematically linked to the topic of your talk in Part 2. Look at the topic below for one minute. II. You should speak for 1-2 minutes. You should speak for 1-2 minutes. You have 1 minute to think (take notes) before you have to speak for 1–2 minutes. You should say:   where it is when you went there  what you did there and explain why you would. Afterwards you can compare your recording to a sample answer. or would not.In this part you have to speak for 1-2 minutes about a topic. interview 4–5 minutes Part 2 Individual long turn Examiner gives you a written task card.How far from the beach is the accommodation offered? Who has already visited Greece? What will Susan have to do before phoning Arnold again? SPEAKING The speaking test takes 11-14 minutes and consists of an interview with an examiner. .In this part you have to speak for 1-2 minutes about a topic. After 1 minute. like to return to this place again. Introduction and The examiner then asks you questions on general topics. Examiner asks one or two questions at the end of your talk. Afterwards you can compare your recording to a sample answer. The interview is recorded. please speak into a microphone. 4–5 minutes I. Look at the topic below for one minute. please speak into a microphone. You may make notes if you wish Describe a place you visited when you were a child. Please say:   What stops you from having a healthy lifestyle? What are the disadvantages of not having a healthy lifestyle?  What can you do in order to have a healthier lifestyle? After 1 minute.

and also how to write an overview paragraph to summarise the key information. we’re going to take a closer look at the essay question to help you answer all its parts and we will examine ways of planning and organising your essay. We’ll also give you some examples of how to extend your answers. table. We’ll then look at the two tasks involved in the test. For Part 3 of the test. this module offers the chance to practise writing the opening and data description paragraphs. For Part 2 of the test. we’ll introduce some strategies to make your pronunciation clearer. We’ll look at how to analyse the task effectively and how to organise your ideas so that you have a good start. In preparation for Task 1. MODULE 2: SPEAKING This module outlines the different features of the Speaking Test. In Task 2. MODULE 3: READING This module begins with an overview of the IELTS Reading Test and what it includes. you can watch and learn from videos of students taking different parts of the test. chart or diagram and are asked to describe. you’ll learn how to identify different types of visuals. Later in the unit. candidates are presented with a graph. including a full IELTS-style practice Reading Test at the end of the module. Additionally. We’ll . They may be asked to describe and explain data. We’ll also look at the language used for ordering ideas in paragraphs. You’ll learn to develop vocabulary related to common Part 3 topics and also some of the common grammar features you need for success in the discussion. This includes focussing on tenses and making comparisons. describe the stages of a process. which you can grade with our new assessment criteria. we focus on some of the grammar that you can use to talk about your likes and dislikes. In this module. At the end of this module. as well as how to select and group information. how something works or describe an object or event. we’ll then focus on the “Individual Long Turn”. to your talk. You will also have opportunities to practise these types of questions and gain the skills that you need. 2. candidates are asked to write an essay in response to a point of view. you can get feedback on your writing from your peers and give them feedback using the IELTSx criteria. Following this. 60 minutes 1. summarise or explain the information in their own words. identify and describe the topic and the main features of these visuals.WRITING 2 pieces of writing. In preparation for Task 2. We’ll then look at describing data for Task 1 of the test. MODULE 4: WRITING The module begins with an overview of the IELTS Writing Test and what it includes. In Task 1. and end. You’ll learn about what language to use to describe data. we’ll show you the differences between each section of the IELTS Listening Test and the types of questions you will need to answer. In addition. or make them longer. argument or problem Responses to Task 1 and Task 2 should be written in a formal style IELTS MODULE 1: LISTENING The module begins with an overview of the IELTS Listening Test and what it includes. you will be able to bring all of your knowledge together by trying a full IELTS-style Listening practice test. There will be plenty of opportunities to practise the skills you have learned. This will give you important facts about this module and what it is designed to assess. This will give you important information about what the test is designed to assess and the different question types used in the test. we will focus on “The Discussion”. In preparation for Part 1 of the Speaking Test. You can also practice the test using our audio recorder and compare your talk with our samples.

also analyse the different parts of an IELTS essay. body paragraphs and conclusion and submit these for assessment from other IELTSx students. There will also be practice of proofreading and editing before you write full Task 1 and Task 2 essays under timed conditions. you’ll have a chance to practise writing an introduction. and explain how they are assessed. . Along the way. look in more detail at some possible task types in Task 2. We’ll then look at how to write a good essay with good structure and appropriate language. and submit these for grading.