IELTS Speaking - How to Improve Your English And Prepare For IELTS
One of the important criteria for the IELTS speaking test (there are 4 in total) is 'lexical resource'.
What does this mean? It is basically how varied your English vocabulary is and how well you can use it.
If you have a good range of vocabulary and know how to use it in context correctly, you will get a higher overall speaking score in the IELTS speaking test.
Some areas to focus on when you are preparing for the IELTS speaking exam are:
- - collocation - this is using the the right words together, like native speakers do.
- - connotation - does a word have a positive, negative or neutral meaning?
- - being ale to use less common vocabulary and topic specific vocabulary
- - learning synonyms.
- - practise speaking about or discussing different topics.