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It is common question in ielts to ask about future .so we have to ready for this.Generally 'How'question is difficult to answer than 'what'question.We see lots of 'How' question in this set. lets evaluate the above answer in my version :
1: you can give the direct answer for question. But it is said that the same job first then,he has given a scientist.In this case it is better to give the name of the job directly because we do not want to confuse the examiner.Then give reason .Here reason is not clear.You can switch tense from'conditional' to future continuous as said in the answer.
2)This answer is pretty good because it is connected with first answer which most ielts candidate do not do that .This is why it is 9 band answer.Some paraphrased word; useful=essential.This question word contain future tense 'will' but we didn't find future in the answer.so, I think we should stay or follow up with question tense.one important point of this answer is that it has quantitative language such as 'I read articles and papers in English every day'. This gives visual answer.
3)How much question basically asks 'quantity' answer. relevant words for this answer is 'more', extensively'.Language used here is qualitative in general but the expression 'may be when I'm retired ' gives clear image to the listener/examiner.
4)I think,one strategy of this answer used here is General to Specific.This means that General =different areas , specific = work, home life.The other point mention is about change in technology in the next decade or two decades will change the future of life.So, connecting with technology is good way to finish such type of answer.Awesome 9 band answer

Sorry I changed numbers to letters because they look better.

It is common question in ielts to ask about future .so we have to ready for this.Generally 'How'question is difficult to answer than 'what'question.We see lots of 'How' question in this set. lets evaluate the above answer in my version :
A) you can give the direct answer for question. But it is said that the same job first then,he has given a scientist.In this case it is better to give the name of the job directly because we do not want to confuse the examiner.Then give reason .Here reason is not clear.You can switch tense from'conditional' to future continuous as said in the answer.

B) This answer is pretty good because it is connected with first answer which most ielts candidate do not do that .This is why it is 9 band answer.Some paraphrased word; useful=essential.This question word contain future tense 'will' but we didn't find future in the answer.so, I think we should stay or follow up with question tense.one important point of this answer is that it has quantitative language such as 'I read articles and papers in English every day'. This gives visual answer.

C) How much question basically asks 'quantity' answer. relevant words for this answer is 'more', extensively'.Language used here is qualitative in general but the expression 'may be when I'm retired ' gives clear image to the listener/examiner.

D)I think,one strategy of this answer used here is General to Specific.This means that General =different areas , specific = work, home life.The other point mention is about change in technology in the next decade or two decades will change the future of life.So, connecting with technology is good way to finish such type of answer.Awesome 9 band answer

I have not changed numbers to letters but someone is annoying me by using my name. How it is possible? so I use first name and middle name.

Please, everyone know that I be useing, my names Pachu Ray for commenting from onwards.

Hi Simon
My question is about Speaking part2.
Do ielts examiners penalize students for not following bullet points on the task card or not talking according to the them
For example
Describe a person ...
Where you met him/her
Do I have to tell where I met him/her

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