Hey everyone! Welcome back to my channel! This is Dori I'm a teacher of English and today we are going to talk about IELTS Speaking Part 1

In Part 1 they are going to ask you personal questions. The questions are going to be quite

simple but that doesn't mean that you should answer in a yes/no manner. ALWAYS try

to develop your answers a little bit more not endlessly, just a little bit more and to the point.

For example, if they ask you "Where are you from?" Your answer could be "I come

from Italy", ok? This could be an answer. However, we don't want that. Ideally, you should

be a little bit more descriptive: For example, you could say

Can you see the difference? Both answers, answer to the question, right? However, the second one is a little bit more descriptive

So, this is what you aim for: try to answer by giving more information. Use adjectives in order to

add more details. In this case you describe your town so you can use adjectives such as small, big, touristic, countryside

etc. It is better to have more things to say than not having anything at all. Now, let's

see an example question and how you can develop your answer to the point until the

examiner interrupts you. Ok, here's a question that you could be asked, let's read it

So, let' see how we can develop our answer. Let's read it

You start by answering the question using a descriptive adjective (in this case large over here). Don't stop here, move

on by giving more details: Let's see

So, this is what you actually do, you become even more specific, you say that you'd like to live in Europe and then you say where exactly in Europe.

ok,one step at a time. Now it should be time to move on by giving your reasons why you'd like to live in Southern Europe. So let's read

Now, you give your reasons; you become even more specific (a capital city). Most probably the examiner

will stop you now to move on to the next question due to time constraints (it's not a bad

sign if the examiner stops you-he has to follow certain time limits), but you should give the impression that you are able to talk

even more:So let's see what else you could have said. Let's read it

So, yes, you move on by explaining why you'd prefer a larger city than a village and you know this could go on and on

However, you must be very careful! Be on topic! Do not lose track for example the question was "if you could live anywhere in the world where would that be"

and why obviously so you talk about that don't end up talking about travelling in a space country or something like that

Always be on topic; give your reasons develop your answers; elaborate a little bit on the reasons and that's it

you will do fine. The examiner will stop you and move one to the next question

In Part 1 you know more or less what they are going to ask you in terms of questions;

they will ask you about your hometown, your studies, your work, travelling, your interests

hobbies, family and friends. However, please DO NOT try to memorise answers!! Experienced

examiners can easily understand that and it will definitely count against you. The best

thing you can do is to practice answering as many questions as you can and with regular

practice you will gradually get better.

So, let's RECAP!!

Do NOT answer with a simple yes/no or with one word

Develop each answer to the point by adding details

Be prepared and ready to talk about certain topics, for example, your hometown, your country, your birthplace, family and friends

your hobbies, your interests, your work, your ideal job, travelling etc. the list is endless but the questions are more

or less the same and they are going to be personal so you know what to answer

if you want example questions to practice for your IELTS Speaking Part 1 you can download my free ebook on my website

at this link over here and also I've added a few model answers for your help

Thank you for watching! Good luck with your exam!

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