IELTS SPEAKING - part 1 - 雅思口语1


When it comes to IELTS Speaking, we've noticed that Chinese candidates are often misled by their English tutors, who particularly enjoy showing off so-called difficult English words. Consequently, many of the learners lose their fluency as well as accuracy of pronunciation as they speak English.

The table below shows common phrases we use in daily life, why not to make your oral English more natural and simplified?

For example:

Do you like your hometown?

Certainly yes, I can't come up with any city in my country that's better than my hometown. This is mainly because the place where I live has not only stunning sceneries but also long history.

Here we make the speech more connective and continuous by using relative clauses.

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