Useful language for IELTS speaking

Useful language for IELTS speaking

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Tiếp theo bài Useful expression and linking words for writing, ArrowEnglish chia sẻ đến các bạn vốn ngôn ngữ hữu dụng và đặc biệt cần thiết để chuẩn bị tốt cho cả 3 phần trong IELTS Speaking. Những từ/ cụm từ này nhìn khá quen thuộc tuy nhiên đòi hỏi chúng ta phải thực hành thường xuyên để có thể áp dụng vào bài nói của mình một cách tự nhiên nhất.

Part 1

At the moment I’m living/studying/working...

Before that I lived in...

Recently, I’ve been to France/started playing football, etc.

(note the use of the present perfect here)

I’m planning to ...

After that I’ll probably ...

I prefer (followed by a noun) Scotland because...

I’d rather (followed by verb) live in Australia because...

Both my father and mother ...

Neither of my brothers...

None of my friends...

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It depends. Sometimes I like cooking, and sometimes I’m just too tired.

Definitely, I love it! It’s...

Mmm, possibly. It depends on the weather really.

Generally I think it’s a good idea because...

Well, it’s very different because...

Let me think/see,...

I’m not really sure, but perhaps...

That’s a good question/point. I suppose...

I haven’t really given that much thought before but...

Remember:

One-word answers are not acceptable

Always add some extra information to your answer

Part 2

The best/worst thing about...is/was...

The thing I really like (d)/hate (d) about ... is/was ...

One of the problems with ... is/was ...

I particularly remember ... because ...

I’ll never forget ... because ...

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Remember

It is important to keep talking, but don't talk about things which are not related to the topic

Part 3

Comparing and contrasting

On the one hand ... on the other hand ...

Well, ... isn’t as... as ...

... is nowhere near as ... as ...

I’d rather ...

I’d much prefer (to) ...

It depends (on)...

Making predictions/talking about the future

There’s a good chance that ...

I doubt very much if ...

I hope that ...

I expect that ...

I’m afraid that ... ( this does not mean you feel fear, but is a way of talking about something negative, eg I’m afraid that a lot of smokers will complain, but ...)

It’s bound to (+ infinitive)

It is/isn’t very likely to ...

Giving opinions

As far as I’m concerned ...

It seems to me that ...

I can’t help thinking that ... (use this phrase when you think that people won’t agree with you)

I tend to think that ...

I strongly believe that...

Remember:

Some linking words, such as furthermorenevertheless and consequently are more appropriate for writing than speaking

 

 

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