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IELTS Speaking Ep. 6

You will find downloadable material, a summary, techniques and tips, as well as other important information about this skill below.

Information

Lesson summary:

Episode: 6

This lesson introduces IELTS Speaking Part 3, which emphasizes expressing your opinion and then giving a reason.

  • Answer the question

  • Explain why

Important information:

Miscellaneous

  • Homework can be submitted via Line only for IELTS Speaking.

  • Listening, Reading, and Writing must only be submitted by email to thinkincafekk@gmail.com.

  • Students should download the recommended books.

Examples

Neighbors

01

What sorts of things can neighbors do to help each other?

"I think that neighbors can support each other in various ways, such as offering assistance with household chores, sharing resources, providing emotional support during challenging times, and fostering a sense of community through communication and cooperation."

02

How well do people generally know their neighbors in your country?

"In my country, the level of familiarity with neighbors varies, in my opinion. In some close-knit communities, people tend to know their neighbors quite well, often engaging in regular interactions and helping each other out. However, in more urban or densely populated areas, the extent of knowing one's neighbors might be limited, with less frequent interaction due to busy lifestyles and a more transient population."

03

How important do you think it is to have good neighbors?

"I believe that having good neighbors is significantly important because they contribute to a sense of community, safety, and support. For example, a positive neighborhood fosters a better quality of life, promoting cooperation, security, and a friendly environment for everyone."

Finished IELTS Speaking?

If you have finished watching the IELTS Speaking videos, students should download the Study Skills booklet here and then complete pages 54-58. Speaking exercises must be sent to your teacher by Line for feedback.

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