So you've decided to take the IELTS exam, good for you!
It's the test for study, work, and life.
The IELTS Speaking Test is divided into three sections.
Part 1 is an introduction and general questions;
Part 2 is the long turn and Part 3 is an analytical discussion.
Here we look at the criteria of Grammatical Range and Accuracy.
Look for the other three criteria in other videos.
This criteria focuses on the range and accuracy of the test-taker's grammar while speaking.
Look for our accompanying downloads for examples of the range of grammatical structure.
The range of grammar includes using a variety of complex structures.
These are sentences with multiple bits of information.
Contrast that to separate simple sentences with a single bits of information.
For example, “Just beside the station was a stadium which was built in the 19th century and where games are now held every weekend.”
比如这个复杂句型：Just beside the station was a stadium which was built in the nineteenth century and where games are now held every weekend.（车站旁边是一家建于十九世纪的体育场，如今每周末仍举办比赛。）
It isn't expected the candidates are one hundred percent accurate, however, control is important.
The band 7 definition for grammatical range and accuracy says: frequently produces error-free sentences, though was some grammatical mistakes persist.
It's not just the number of grammatical mistakes, but also how seriously these mistakes block communication.
To improve your grammar, take these steps.
Be prepared, make sure that you know the speaking test format and what type of questions to expect in each section.