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IELTS English speaking course - Simply IELTS

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  1. Introduction
    General Overview of IELTS Speaking Test
  2. Evaluation criteria to assess IELTS Speaking test
  3. Do’s and don’ts in IELTS Speaking
  4. Frequently asked questions on IELTS Speaking section
  5. Speaking Test – Part 1
    IELTS Speaking Part 1 format and general approach
  6. Tips for IELTS Speaking Part 1
  7. Speaking Test - Part 2
    A step by step guide to IELTS Speaking Part 2 or cue card
  8. IELTS Speaking Part 2 topics
    Describe your first day at school IELTS Cue Card
  9. Describe an aquatic animal IELTS Cue Card
  10. Describe a bag you want to own IELTS Cue Card
  11. Describe a time you got up early IELTS Cue Card
  12. Describe an art or craft activity IELTS Cue Card
  13. Describe a person who solved a problem in a smart way IELTS Cue Card
  14. Describe an exciting book that you enjoy reading IELTS Cue Card
  15. Describe a cafe you like to visit IELTS Cue Card
  16. Describe a plan in your life that is not related to work or study IELTS cue card
  17. Talk about an article which you have read about health IELTS Cue Card
  18. Describe a time you were friendly to someone you didn’t like
  19. Describe a time you bought something from a street or outdoor market
  20. Describe a time when you are waiting for something special that would happen
  21. Describe a place you visited on vacation IELTS Cue Card
  22. Describe a creative person whose work you admire
  23. Describe a difficult decision that you once made
  24. Describe a good service you received IELTS Cue Card
  25. Describe a famous athlete you know IELTS Cue Card
  26. Describe a habit your friend has and you want to develop
  27. Describe a bicycle/motorcycle/car trip you would like to go on
  28. Describe a decision made by others/someone that you disagreed with
  29. Describe a businessman you admire
  30. Describe a town or city you would like to live in the future
  31. Describe an activity that you do after school/work
  32. Describe a foreign person who you have heard or known that you think is interesting
  33. Describe a time when you tried to do something but weren’t very successful
  34. Describe a piece of equipment that is important in your home
  35. Describe someone older than you whom you admire
  36. Describe an argument two of your friends had
  37. Describe a natural talent you want to improve
  38. Describe a law on environmental protection
  39. Describe a puzzle you have played IELTS Cue Card
  40. Describe a live sports match that you have watched
  41. Describe an occasion when you were not allowed to use your mobile phone
  42. Describe a piece of local news that people are interested in
  43. Describe a time you saw something interesting on social media
  44. Describe an art or craft activity that you had at school
  45. Describe a company where you live that employs a lot of people
  46. Describe a quiet place you like to spend your time in
  47. Describe a time when you helped a friend
  48. Describe a leisure activity near the sea that you want to try
  49. Describe a time when you shared something with others
  50. Describe your favorite movie IELTS Cue Card
  51. Describe your favorite singer
  52. Describe a time you made a promise to someone
  53. Describe an art exhibition that you visited
  54. Describe a time when you told your friend an important truth
  55. Describe a skill that you can teach other people
  56. Describe a time when you needed to use your imagination
  57. Describe a special hotel you stayed in
  58. Speaking Test - Part 3
    Tips to crack IELTS Speaking Part 3
  59. Actual Speaking Exams
    IELTS Speaking test sample answer: Accommodation and House
  60. IELTS Speaking test: Behaviour, Patience and Politeness
  61. IELTS Speaking test: Computers, Internet and Technology
  62. IELTS Speaking test: Friends
  63. IELTS Speaking Test Answers Family
  64. IELTS Speaking sample answers: Hometown
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Describe a skill that you can teach other people

Describe a skill that you can teach other people IELTS Speaking Cue Card

Describe a skill that you can teach other people
Describe a skill that you can teach other people

In this lesson from simply IELTS, you will know how to Describe a skill that you can teach other people with band 9 IELTS Speaking Cue Card part 2 and part 3 follow up questions.

Describe a skill that you can teach other people IELTS Cue Card

You should say

  • What it is?
  • How you learnt it?
  • How can you teach others this skill?
  • How do you feel about this skill?

Band 9 Model Answer to Describe a skill that you can teach other people IELTS Cue Card

  • During the Covid lockdown, I was stuck at home.
  • Along these lines, I requested that my mom show me 3D origami.
  • A couple of years prior, my mom had taken in 3D origami from the web.
  • She made these wonderful bloom containers and swans with paper pieces.
  • They truly looked excellent and we enhanced our home with them.
  • Each time somebody visited us, they used to get some information about how we made them.
  • In this way, last year, I requested that my mom show me 3D origami.
  • I had a ton of extra energy thus I rehearsed it.
  • 3D origami isn’t extreme, yet there is an expectation to absorb information.
  • It requires some investment to figure out how to crease pieces and give them the 3D look.
  • Essentially, we crease papers making little pockets in them and different pieces fit in these pockets.
  • Then, at that point, almost any shape can be given to the pieces.
  • In this way, first I would show anybody how the paper pieces should be sliced and how they should be collapsed.
  • Figuring out how to offer shape to the pieces is a ton about training and experience.
  • I discovered this part undeniably challenging before all else however presently it appears to be extremely simple.
  • Thus, I would advise others to be patient and simply continue to explore.
  • There are additionally some YouTube recordings, which have a few thoughts regarding various shapes we can make.
  • That is the means by which I made my initial not many plans, yet presently I have begun testing too.
  • I’m truly glad for this expertise.
  • I don’t think I am a specialist, and I am sufficient to get praises when somebody sees the 3D shapes I made.
  • As of late, I made a plane, and it was one of the most complicated plans I have made till now.

Speaking Part 3 Follow-Up Questions to Describe a skill that you can teach other people

  1. Should instructors be entertaining when they educate?

    Indeed, I figure instructors should utilize the utilization of humor while educating. It eases up the class air and works on the connection among understudies and instructors.

    At the end of the day, understudies feel open to talking about their questions and issues with the educators. Nonetheless, instructors should realize when to be severe, else, it can affect the discipline in the homeroom.
  2. What characteristics should educators have?

    Right off the bat, I think the main expertise that instructors ought to have is acceptable relational abilities. They need to see how to educate in basic words. Also, they ought to be acceptable onlookers.

    They should have the option to get the feelings of trepidation and nerves understudies have. Really at that time they can fabricate their certainty.

    At long last, educating is about persistence. Educators should be prepared to clarify the ideas over and over if their understudies are confronting any trouble.
  3. Which do you believe are more significant pragmatic abilities or scholastic abilities?

    Viable abilities and scholarly abilities have their own significance. I think it relies on the individual’s calling.

    Assuming an individual needs to be an educator, an attorney, or anything in scholastics, they should be a specialist in scholastics. Nonetheless, in different fields like business, relational abilities etcetera, are more significant.
  4. Which age bunch is the best age for learning?

    I’m a solid adherent to the way that there is no age for learning. We can learn anything at whatever stage in life.

    Also, really, I accept that we should continue to master new abilities as it keeps the brain sharp and dynamic. Yatin is perhaps my dearest companion and I love investing energy with him.

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