In this part of the IELTS, you just talk and you talk for one to two minutes.
A lot of students find this difficult because talking for two minutes,
even for some native speakers, is a little difficult.
That's what's going to happen in this part.
What are some of the topics you might be asked about in this part of the IELTS?
Well, topics often covered include: you might be asked about a precious item,
so you might have to describe a precious item that you own.
You might have to say something about where you bought it from
or: how did you get it, what does it look like, why is it so precious?
You might be asked about a special day, a sporting event that you went to or a concert,
a special trip or journey or vacation, people who have influenced you.
For example: they might ask you to describe your favorite teacher.
What was she like? Why was she so great?
You might be asked about a book, music, a television program, a movie you saw or even items of clothing.
Sometimes you're asked about historical buildings, you might be asked about a neighborhood in your city.
The key thing that you probably will be asked is often about description, not always, but usually you have to describe something.
And then they usually have three questions, they can be: who, what, when, where, why?
These are the types of questions that they ask.
All right, so now let's look at some things you can do in order to do well on this part of the IELTS.
What are some of the "Dos" for the IELTS, the speaking part?