Develop your skills and get used to the speaking test format. It covers all the three parts of the test - the introductory questions of Part 1, the two minute talk of Part 2, and the discussion in Part 3
Be aware of the types of questions that normally come up in the IELTS speaking test. We are collecting relevant questions about the past, present and future, your opinion and hypothetical situations
Find out what yours common mistakes or weaknesses are and then fix them. Listen to your recorded answers and focus on improving fluency, vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation
By practicing for 12 minutes per day you will
Be ready to answer IELTS questions
Understand the format of the speaking test
Gain speaking confidence
Improve your pronunciation
Learn from your mistakes
You can listen to your progress over time. Nothing’s more encouraging than having physical proof of your own improvement. Furthermore, when you listen again, you can evaluate your own pronunciation and notice areas where you need to improve.
Yes and No. Practice is practice, and even if you don’t have anyone to correct your mistakes, just the act of speaking out loud will help you become more comfortable speaking English.
Yes! You have 14 days trial.