Lindsay McMahon
"The English Adventurer"

Today you’ll learn native vocabulary to use when you lose track on IELTS Speaking.

It happens to everyone!

Losing track of what you’re saying will not necessarily decrease your score.

This is a natural occurrence in communication, especially when you’re already nervous, and talking about (sometimes) weird topics.

So, how can you stop this from taking over your answer, and descending into incoherence?

You must communicate directly that you realize you went off-track, then get back on track!

Vocabulary for Getting Back on Track

  • Never mind. That’s neither here nor there. What I want to say is…
  • Sorry, that may seem unrelated. Let’s say…

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  • I guess that may not pertain to what you asked. What I should say is…
  • But, that’s beside the point. A better way to answer would be…

Here are some more resources to help you get back control of your IELTS Speaking Exam:

What fears do you have about your next IELTS Speaking Exam?

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