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Sunday, April 21, 2013

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I agree with you Simon, but in exam day student are worry about thier grammar and using correct tenses so while they are talking or telling a story to the examiner they are thinking about grammar and sometimes it is difficult to talk in a natural way unlike when you talk with your friends in normal situations
moreover the examiner's facial expressions play an important role in your score, for me as an example last month i had speaking test and the examiner was so nervious so i could not do well and i have got only 6

Simon, agree! But how to acheive it? I have perfect writing skills, but still have problems to speak fluently and naturally..what to do?

When you explain real story in that case people do most of grammar mistake.

i love your story

Hey Simon,
Could you give me some ideas about this topic?
Thank you in advance.

In the past people believed that the human race was steadily making progress in all areas of life, nowadays there is less certainty that it is so. In what areas do you think the most important progress has been made so far? In what areas more needs to be done?

Dear Simone,

I find your website very helpful. I had my speaking test yesterday. examiner in my every answer say it's an interesting point. should i take it positive

Is there anyone to practice IELTS with me as a partner, skype id- sanjib3069

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