Video Lesson: Part 2 IELTS Speaking Test Examples: June 2017

Video Part 2 IELTS Speaking Test Part 2 Example Questions and Answers June 2017

Video Lesson Part 2 IELTS Speaking Test Examples

June 2017 Questions and Answers:
Produce Better Notes in 60 seconds

The IELTS Speaking Test Part 2 can be one of the hardest parts of the test for a lot of students.

You might be asking yourself: Will I be able to talk for long enough? What if I can’t think of any ideas? What if I just end up repeating myself? While there is no magic solution (apart from practice!) there is reliable technique I’ve been using with my students to help them take on Part 2 more confidently and coherently.

When you start taking notes in the 60 second preparation time, it’s tempting to scribble down everything you know about the topic. Unfortunately, this can lead to unorganised, unhelpful notes that just confuse you when you glance at them while you’re giving your answer. Here’s a strategy that can help: P – D – F

  • P stands for ‘Past’
  • D stands for ‘Describe’
  • F stands for ‘Future’

This means you should start in the past, continue to describe, then finish in the future.  

These are the only three things you need to keep in mind to create a coherent, natural and high-scoring IELTS Speaking Test Part 2 answer. Instead of writing down everything you know, write down a grammar-specific sentence in each section. You’ll see 3 examples of this technique in action in the video. Scripts, Worksheets and and Audio Download to listen on the go are available at our store below:


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This IELTS Video Lesson for Part 2 comes with Free Part 2 Worksheets to practice your new note-taking technique: Give yourself the 60 seconds to prepare 4 Part 2 Example Prompts, download the audio MP3 of the lesson, and read through the Written Transcripts so you don’t miss anything in our Video Lesson!

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