**



Notes about some Questions of IELTS Speaking - 4

Notes about some Questions of IELTS Speaking - 4

 

INTRODUCTION

  • If a note below is about an IELTS Speaking Part 2 topic, the note assumes that the wording of the IELTS Speaking Part 2 topics, especially the verb tense, is as shown in the the list of topics on this website. Possibly the real wording is different to that shown on this website. BE CAREFUL! 

Caution! 小心!

If some of the notes on this page are possible as a complete answer to the question, be very careful about speaking those exact same words in the IELTS test. If many people speak the same sentences in the test, the IELTS examiners will eventually know that these sentences are not your original words. This will seriously damage your score! Some IELTS examiners might even read this website. IELTS Examiners don't like answers that candidates learn, word for word, from a book or from the blackboard in a class because such answers are not real, natural communication. The best idea is to adapt the ideas below (if you want to) by making your own sentences and speaking naturally in the IELTS test. (Memorized answers are usually not spoken in a very natural way.) Try to avoid letting the IELTS examiner know that you have read this website!

  • For many IELTS Speaking Part 2 topics, you can get some additional ideas by reading the IELTS Speaking Part 3 questions that follow that IELTS topic.

*************************************************************************

IELTS Speaking Part 3 Topic 198 Conversation Note 1

There are different types of conversation in which people show different attitudes. Can you give any examples of that?

A 'conversation' is mutual talk between two or more people. Some of the examples below apply more to a situation where one person speaks more than the other person or people. You can use these examples but some of them might be a little less suitable to use than others; they are here to give you ideas (and vocabulary) for your IELTS examination.

--------------------------------------

an argument - hostile

a debate - competitive; an attitude of pleasure in exercising the intellect

gossip - an attitude of titillation; impressing others; sharing secret or private matters; meddlesome; a disrespectful, invasive attitude towards the privacy of others

sharing jokes - humourous, light-hearted, happy

business negotiations - serious, careful, (maybe) competitive, (maybe) co-operative, respectful, a mutually helpful attitude, an expectant attitude

chatting with family or friends about everyday things - friendly, a sharing attitude

group discussions e.g., at work - co-operative, goal-oriented

intellectual discussions - an intellectual, logical, problem-solving attitude; an attitude of curiosity towards new understanding and new knowledge

'love talk' (between lovers) - romantic, intimate, private

banter - competitive, friendly, humourous

explaining something - attitude of being helpful

discussing a previous disagreement - an attitude of reconciliation

reminiscing - an attitude of reflection

discussion planning one's future - an attitude of expectancy, hope, (maybe) excitement

criticizing another - judgmental

teasing another - cruel

complimenting another - respectful

 

*************************************************************************



      
report broken link



Tags: IELTS, Speaking

Related News

A List of the IELTS Speaking Part 3 'Compare Questions'3
A List of the IELTS Speaking Part 3 'Compare Questions'3 (Questions 80 - 100)    Note When I wrote the questions shown on this page, back in 2006, I began most of them with the word, "Compare". However, sometime in 2007 I began fewer of these

Other Ways to Reply to 'Yes/No' Questions
  Other Ways to Reply to 'Yes/No' Questions       The third way to say the first part of your reply to 'Yes/No' questions is to use one of several single words or short phrases. Some of these are especially useful

Notes about IELTS Speaking Part 1 Questions (Page 2)
Notes about IELTS Speaking Part 1 Questions (Page 2) ************************************************************************ "Making friends" "Making friends" with someone means "forming a friendship with someone" or "starting a friendship

How to Best Use Your 1 Minute of Thinking Time in Part 2
How to Best Use Your 1 Minute of Thinking Time in Part 2 Summary: This is brainstorming time.  Mentally note the verb tense for each point on the card.  Check your first idea to see if it really is the best idea.  Divide

How to Begin Talking in Part 2
How to Begin Talking in Part 2 Summary: A formal-sounding introduction is unnecessary. Instead, 'jump straight into the story'. A particularly strong first sentence includes a relative pronoun (such as 'which' or 'who') and a summary of your answer to

Dear visitor, You went to the site as unregistered user>
We recommend you to register or enter the site under your name.
Submit

Comments

Information
Would you like to leave your comment? Please Login to your account to leave comments. Don't have an account? You can create a free account now.

Top News

IELTS for academic ...
IELTS for Academic Purposes is a concise, user-fri...
Insight into IELTS ...
Insight into IELTS Exra with Answers Updated edition ...
Instant IELTS
Author: Cambridge University Press Published: 200...
Practice Tests Plus ...
Author: Jakeman, Vanessa & McDowell, Clare Publish...
IELTS Express Inter ...
  IELTS Express Intermediate is a two-level exam ...
IELTS express UPPER ...
IELTS Express is a two-level exam preparation co...
Insight into IELTS
Insight into IELTS has been designed as a course boo...
IELTS for Academic ...
Edition 2009 McGraw-Hill Education Malcolm Mann &a...
High Impact IELTS A ...
High Impact IELTS Academic Module will take IELTS stud...
Action Plan for IEL ...
    Action Plan for IELTS Author: Jake...
Ace the IELTS
Ace the IELTS is here to teach you the IELTS test,...
Target Band 7
Target Band 7 is here to teach you the IELTS test, n...
Achieve IELTS 2
        Achieve IELTS 2 Student'...
Common Mistakes at ...
 Common Mistakes at IELTS Intermediate sh...
Cambridge Grammar f ...
Cambridge Grammar for IELTS  is for anyone ...

Idioms for IELTS


Achilles heel (or tendon)

Sign up for our newsletter

Sign up for our newsletter to receive information on new publications.

Enter your email address:

News

TOEFL Listening script and audio

  The following links are pages containing TOEFL listening practices material designed for students with intermediate knowledge of English language. Each page includes sample ...

Longman Focus on Grammar Workbook 2.(Basic)

  Clear, communicative, and teachable, "Focus on Grammar" provides enough context, practice, and interaction to make any classroom come alive. "Focus on Grammar" features: Clear visual ...

Longman Focus on Grammar Workbook 1.(Introducrory)

    Clear, communicative, and teachable, "Focus on Grammar" provides enough context, practice, and interaction to make any classroom come alive. "Focus on Grammar" features: Clear visual ...

I Do But I Don't

I Do But I Don't is a 2004 American romantic film.      

My Fake Fiancé

  My Fake Fiancé is a 2009 TV film (romantic comedy).

The Death of The Doctor.

Doctor Who. The Death of The Doctor.

If Only

If Only (January 2004) is a British fantasy romantic comedy drama movie.

WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR ?

Help us to improve data of our website to be more useful for YOU and other users! Please, tell us what you are looking for (even if you found it) or any suggestion what to add to the website’s ...

WATCH IELTS VIDEO

In this section, of our fascinating IELTS website students will be able to watch videos covering different subjects and read what is told at the same time. This will help to improve listening and ...

Some Exercises on Complex Sentences

It is a very good quiz to practice to use correctly The Complex Sentences: Read the simple sentences. Then read the complex sentence(s) and try to guess what words go in the blank spaces. Click ...