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IELTS Speaking Part II – Descriptive Based Questions

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IELTS Speaking Part II – Descriptive Based Questions

IELTS Speaking Part II includes descriptive based questions, also known as the “Cue Card” section. In this part, the test-taker is given a topic on a cue card and is required to speak about it for 1-2 minutes. The topics are usually related to personal experiences, places, objects, events, or people.

These descriptive questions are asked in the IELTS exam to assess the test-taker’s ability to speak fluently, coherently, and with a good range of vocabulary and grammar. The aim is to evaluate their ability to provide detailed descriptions and express ideas clearly.

IELTS examiners expect the test-taker to:

  1. Provide a clear and detailed description of the given topic.
  2. Speak fluently and with a good pace, without frequent pauses or hesitations.
  3. Use a wide range of vocabulary, including descriptive adjectives and adverbs.
  4. Incorporate appropriate grammar structures, tenses, and sentence variations.
  5. Maintain coherence and cohesion by organizing ideas logically and using linking words and phrases.
  6. Support the description with relevant examples, personal experiences, or anecdotes.
  7. Use intonation, stress, and appropriate pronunciation to convey meaning effectively.

The purpose of these descriptive questions is to evaluate the test-taker’s ability to communicate effectively in English and to assess their proficiency in expressing themselves in a detailed and descriptive manner.

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Linking Words

Here are some useful linking words and phrases that can help improve coherence and cohesion in IELTS speaking and writing:

  1. Firstly, secondly, thirdly, etc.
  2. In addition, furthermore, moreover
  3. However, nevertheless, on the other hand
  4. Therefore, thus, consequently
  5. In conclusion, to sum up, in summary
  6. Likewise, similarly, equally
  7. For instance, for example, such as
  8. As a result, due to, because of
  9. Despite, in spite of, although
  10. Meanwhile, meanwhile, during
  11. Otherwise, alternatively, on the contrary
  12. Not only…, but also…,
  13. On one hand, on the other hand
  14. According to, in accordance with
  15. Above all, chiefly, most importantly

Using these linking words and phrases can help create a logical flow in your answers and make them more cohesive and easier to follow. However, it’s important to use them appropriately and not overuse them. It’s also important to practice using them in a natural and fluent way.

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