Do you struggle with fluency when you speak English in the IELTS Speaking test?
If your speech is slowed down by hesitations as you struggle to find the right words, or spend too much time thinking of the correct grammar, then this course is for you!
Fluent Grammar for IELTS Speaking is a practical course created by me, Keith, a British, DELTA-qualified, English teacher and teacher trainer.
In this course, it’s like I am sitting in the room with you, guiding you to improve your fluency as you follow me to give answers to different questions from all 3 parts of the IELTS Speaking test.
This course is both fun and professional
In this course you will get,
The course includes:
All of this means you can study with me on video, or read and review with the PDF, or even listen and practice on the go with the audio files.
This course will help you speak more fluently, improve your intonation and build your confidence
In addition, regular practice will help you to start using the most important aspects of grammar automatically, without having to think too much.
Finally, as you move your focus away from words and towards chunks, and as you practice more, you will start to actually feel English and develop the kind of flexibility you need to get a band 7 or above on IELTS Speaking.
Find out how the course works, so that you will be able to follow the practice method correctly.
Practice giving answers about habits and routines, such as doing sports, cooking and reading.
Practice talking about how long you have been doing things. You will be able to use SINCE and FOR correctly in your answers.
You will be able to use the Present Perfect Continuous to describe what you have been doing lately in your hobbies or free-time.
You will start to build your natural English vocabulary with substitute drills.
You will practice answering questions about your childhood or youth, and past habits or activities you used to do then.
You will also continue to build your natural English vocabulary with substitute drills.
You will be able to talk more fluently about your life experiences in Part 1 of IELTS Speaking
Practice showing off comparisons when choosing between two things.
You will be able to answer the common "A or B?" type question, such as, ‘do you prefer paper books or digital books?’
You will be able to use superlative adjectives (e.g. the biggest, the best, the longest…) to describe your hometown and country.
You will be better able to use more native-like intonation patterns to talk about how you would feel, if certain things happened to you.
You will discover why fluency is important in IELTS Speaking Part 2, and get some tips for handling Part 2.
You will practice describing Part 2 questions about events in the past, and build your fluency doing so.
You will practice using the past continuous to give the setting to events or activities in the past.
You will practice describing extra information about an event before it happened. You will look at Part 2 questions on topics such as bad service, boring events and delays.
You will be able to describe people, things and places and also learn how to use pauses to control your fluency.
You will be able to make clever use of 3rd conditionals to express regrets in Part 2 questions
You will see how to work on developing your fluency for IELTS Speaking Part 3.
You will get some tips on handling Part 3 questions.
You will improve your fluency making predictions and speculations for various Part 3 questions.
You will be able to use new intonation patterns for conditional sentences to talk about possible future situations
Learn how to use short and long chunks whilst using ‘so long as’ to talk about possible future situations
You will improve your fluency when answering common Part 3 questions such as 'how has ______ changed in recent years?'
Well done - you have reached the end of the course.