We remember the ending more clearly than the rest, so a memorable conclusion is a key aspect to a strong answer.
Practice a common GBC warm-up question. Then, check out a sample answer. We explain why this answer would receive a high score. Learn how you can too!
Fillers are a great way to sound natural when you speak. What's more, they are essential to improving your fluency and delivery score on a speaking test.
Many people taking a speaking test make this mistake: they focus on communicating their answer specifically to their test administrator. This is a problem because you are graded on the level of English you use, not on how easy it is to understand you. Your goal is not to give information, but to show your English ability.
Many non-native English speakers find it difficult to add detail and expand. As a result, their speaking test scores are lower than they should be, and their writing lacks sophistication and impact. Find out how to solve this problem.
Sample speaking test answers using inductive reasoning.
This post looks at simple inductive logic. We start with a specific example and work out a conclusion based on it.
Sample speaking test answers using deductive reasoning.
This is a quick guide to deductive logic. Use it to score more highly in speaking tests and convince people of your opinion.
Learn 1 of the best ways to improve your speaking test scores! This tip will also help you communicate better in meetings and personal conversations in English. Read for more!