Succeed In IELTS Speaking & Vocabulary by Andrew Betsis , Sula Delafuente ,Sean Haughton and Lawrence Mamas.
IELTS is the International English Language Testing System. It tests all four language skills: listening, reading, writing and speaking. It is intended for people who want to study or work in an English-speaking country.
There are two versions of the test, the Academic and the General Training module. The Academic module is for those who want to study or train in an English-speaking university. University admission to undergraduate and postgraduate courses is based on the results of the Academic test.
The General Training module is mainly for those who are going to English-speaking countries to do secondary education or get a job and focuses on basic survival skills in social and workplace environments.
The Speaking test is the same for both the Academic and the General Training modules, so this book is appropriate for candidates preparing for either of the two versions of the IELTS exam.
The Speaking test consists of a discussion with an examiner and lasts I I - 14 minutes with three parts. In Part I, candidates have to answer personal questions about themselves and their families. In Part 2, they have to speak about a topic and in Part 3, they have a longer discussion on the same topic.
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