IELTS Speaking – Native Speaker Models Course: Get Band 7 To 9

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This course is designed for those interested to learn the basics of English speaking, to sound like a native speaker, know the appropriate and accurate use of grammar and be able to take the IELTS speaking exam academic or general training.

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Get International English Language Testing System (IELTS) speaking band 7-9. Practice IELTS speaking with 3 native English models, full lessons and over 50 activities. 

If you’re preparing for the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Speaking exam, you need three things:

  • Ideas – something to talk about so you can answer the questions
  • Language – English that is as close as possible to a native English speaker
  • Ease – you need to feel relaxed and confident

Native speakers are an excellent model. When you understand their ideas, it will give you more of your own. You can learn to imitate the native level features of their vocabulary, pronunciation and grammar. And practising with the right activities will help you develop your fluency and confidence. All of this is necessary if you want to get band 7 to band 9 in your International English Language Testing System (IELTS) speaking exam.

In this course, you’ll learn how to:

  • Understand, copy and imitate the language native English speakers use to do International English Language Testing System (IELTS) speaking tasks
  • Use over 50 practice activities in the lessons, listening exercises and practice activity lectures to become relaxed and calm with your new language
  • Prepare your ideas so you don’t stop talking or hesitate during your International English Language Testing System (IELTS) speaking exam

At the heart of this course are 3 completely unique native speaker model International English Language Testing System (IELTS) exam answers. The answers are unscripted and natural. The models are not actors and they’re all native English speakers. You won’t find these models anywhere else on the internet.

In the lessons, you will learn about the native level features of the English language used in the model answers. This means you will have the potential to get band 7-9 in your International English Language Testing System (IELTS) speaking exam.

In the activities, you will practice with your new language, so that it becomes easier for you to use. You’ll learn to give yourself feedback as your practice. You’ll know if you’re doing the activities correctly. This means you’ll be confident, calm and relaxed in your exam.

With these lessons and activities, you’ll learn how to improve:

  • Your fluency and coherence – by using the phrases and structures native speakers use
  • Your vocabulary – by using the internet to make your vocab more like a native
  • Your grammar – by choosing the same grammatical forms as the native speakers, at the right moment
  • Your pronunciation – by imitating these native speakers and others from the internet

The activities in this course are designed to help you develop your ideas at the same time as your language and confidence. This course will encourage short, consistent practice. By practising consistently, you’ll talk about many of the common International English Language Testing System (IELTS) speaking topics. You’ll practice with past exam questions, and give yourself precise feedback.

You’ll develop your ideas, your language and your confidence. By following these models, you’ll learn native level language, practice to develop ease and think of ideas before you take your International English Language Testing System (IELTS) speaking exam. You can learn a lot from these native speaker model answers. So try some of the free videos and see what’s available in this course.

Our Promise to You

By the end of this course, you will have learned to speak English like a native and ace the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) speaking exam.

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Course Curriculum

Course Sections

Welcome – What’s In This Course

What Bandscore Will I Get

Things You’ll Learn From The Native Speaker Models

How The Model Talks Are Slightly Different And Surprisingly Similar To The Exam

How To Choose Which Mentor or Model Talks To Study First

How To Use This Section

Understanding Justin Part One

Understanding Justin Part Two

Understanding Justin Part Three

Justin’s Complete Model IELTS Speaking Exam

Understand Ed Part One

Understand Ed Part Two

Understand Ed Part Three

Ed’s Complete Model IELTS Speaking Exam

Understand Louise Part One

Understand Louise Part Two

Understand Louise Part Three

Louise’s Complete Model IELTS Speaking Exam

The Native Speakers Say Um And Errr – Are These Really Band 9 Talks

Here Are The Transcripts

How To Select A Lesson Or Activity

Update: How To Choose Your Lessons Or Activities

Recording Your Speaking

Remember The Model Talks

Lesson One – How To Make Your Answers Longer By Getting More Specific

Activity One – Practise Using You’d Think And But Actually

Lesson Two – Coherence: Actually And But Actually

Activity Two – Using But Actually In Part One Answers

Lesson Three – Rising Intonation And Word Splurge

Activity Three – Practice Your Word Splurge

Lesson Four – Creating Summaries

Activity Four – Making Short Summaries For Your Answers

Lesson One – How To Keep Your Talk Coherent

Activity One – Return To Your Story Using Anyway

Lesson Two – Improve Your Pronunciation And Fluency

Activity Two – Practice Your Pronunciation With TED Talks

Lesson Three – Extreme Vocabulary Bandscore

Activity Three – Telling An Engaging Story

Lesson Four – Use Complex Grammar With If

Activity Four – Extend A Story Using If

Lesson One – What To Do If Part Three Questions Are Really Difficult

Activity One – Mirror Practice

Lesson Two – If You’re Not Sure, Show It

Activity Two – Answering Impossible Questions

Lesson Three – Grammar – Using The Passive To Generalise

Activity Three – Explain To The Alien

Lesson Four – Super Clear Structure

Activity Four – Get More Ideas – One Question Two Answers

Lesson One – Vocabulary

Activity One – Using Online Magazines To Expand Your Vocabulary

Lesson Two – Flexible Vocabulary

Activity Two – Finding Synonyms

Lesson Three – Grammar – Contrasting Before And Now

Activity Three – How To Use Until

Lesson Four – Adding Anecdotes

Activity Four – Telling Anecdotes And Short Stories

Lesson One – Tell The Examiner Something They Don’t Know

Activity One – A Journey Round The World

Lesson Two – Grammar For Comparatives

Activity Two – Using Comparison To Structure Your Part Two Answer

Lesson Three – Pronunciation

Activity Three – Get The Speed Right

Lesson Four – How To Fill Seconds Of Silence

Activity Four – Creating A Filler

Lesson One – Grammar – Variety Of Verb Forms

Activity One – Talking About Change

Lesson Two – Pronunciation – Word Stress

Activity Two – Comparing Photos

Lesson Three – Using Quotes And Sayings

Activity Three – Find Quotes And Sayings To Use In Your IELTS Speaking Exam

Lesson Four – Decide Your Own Question

Activity Four – More Ideas And More Vocab

Lesson One – Louise’s Great Ideas

Activity One – Generating Your Own Great Ideas

Lesson Two – Combining Connectives

Activity Two – Combining Even More Connectives

Lesson Three – Pronunciation: Rising and Falling Intonation

Activity Three – Using Rising and Falling Intonation For Contrast

Lesson Four – One thing Louise Could Do better In Part One

Activity Four – Go On A Date With The Examiner Talking about You

Lesson One – Grammar For Storytelling

Activity One – Start A Story With Great Grammar

Lesson Two – Intonation And Signposting

Activity Two – Using Your I’m Not Finished Intonation

Lesson Three – Using Connectives Like A Real Native

Activity Three – Using So Like A Native

Lesson Four – Say Very Less

Activity Four – Finding Alternative Intensifiers

Lesson One – Using Rising Intonation

Activity On – Think Fast And Still Give Yourself Time

Lesson Two – Coherence

Activity Two – Making Short Summaries

Lesson Three – How To Relax And Make A Short Joke

Activity Three – Making Short Jokes

Lesson Four – Get Better Vocabulary And Grammar

Activity Four – How Did That Happen

IELTS Speaking Questions


Downloadable Materials – IELTS Like A Native


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