IELTS Energy 724: Follow the Fluent Branches for Speaking Part 2

Today you’ll learn how to be more fluent in IELTS Speaking Part 2.

In order to get a 7+ for Fluency and Coherence, you MUST speak for the full two minutes.

Also, if you stop before the two minutes is up, it get really awkward for both candidate and examiner.

Click here to see Lindsay as the examiner with a real IELTS candidate, doing Speaking Part 2.

Today we’ll give you a sample answer for a strange IELTS Speaking Part 2 question:

  • Describe a time you borrowed something from a friend or family member.
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Notes from Jessica’s answer:

  • This is such a weird question to think about trying to develop a 2 minute fluent response on.
  • objects exchanged between friends and I
  • eco-conscious and green friendly
  • stay away from Ziploc bags and plastic wrap
  • Tupperware of some sort
  • foodstuffs
  • adorable Tupperware dish cut into segments
  • homemade hummus, vegetarian chili
  • tortilla chips as leftovers get all soggy
  • that was a fail

Remember, you can address the examiner very politely, as long as you are not asking them direct questions.

In Speaking Part 2, get personal, get detailed, and go big or go home!

Follow every branch that comes up in your mind, providing as much detail as possible.

How would you answer today’s IELTS Speaking Part 2 cue card?

Share your ideas in the comments section below!

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