Using idioms in IELTS Speaking can help you improve your score. A blessing in disguise - неприятность, обернувшаяся благом The best of both worlds - иметь только хорошие стороны из двух разных опций Don't judge the book by its cover - не суди книгу по обложке Caught between a rock and a hard place - оказаться в сложной ситуации (in difficult situation, have to make a choice between unpleasant options) To cut corners - делать что-либо самым легким, быстрым способом; халтурить
In the IELTS Speaking Part 3, which is also called as a counter questions or follow up questions on part 2, the examiner will ask a broader range of questions from the topic given in Part 2. It will be for 4 -5 minutes. The test taker, therefore, has to elaborate and go in-depth on the topic to answer these questions. Remember to speak fluently and not memorize the content according to the topics. Here are some of the questions asked: 1. How easy is it to travel around your
Do the following writing task. You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.
You should: - analyse the question. (1-2 minutes) - brainstorm as many ideas as you can. (2 minutes) - make a plan for the answer. Decide how many paragraphs you will need and choose ideas from the fist you have fact brainstormed, in your plan, note down examples you want to use as well. (2 minutes) - write your answer following your plan. While writing your answer, try to - use some conditional se
Linking words help you to connect ideas and sentences when you speak or write English. We can use linking words to give examples, add information, summarise, sequence information, give a reason or result, or to contrast ideas. Here’s a list of the most common linking words and phrases: Giving examples
Namely The most common way to give examples is by using for example or for instance.
Namely refers to something by name.
“There are two problems: namely