We remember the ending more clearly than the rest, so a memorable conclusion is a key aspect to a strong answer.
Spoken language is like "meat and potatoes". The meat is the main information, and the potatoes are the supporting language. The good thing about potatoes is they go with all sorts of meat, which means you can use potato language in any answer, regardless of the subject.
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.
Hand gestures can make a difference in your English meetings or next presentation. In this blog post, learn 3 easy ways to incorporate them today!
Accept that your native language level is higher than your English level, and that's ok. Focus on the language you already have. This is a simple idea, but it can be hard to put into practice.
The G.B.C. test now has nearly an infinite number of questions that can be asked, just like in te real world. Assessors will also interrupt, as often happens in conversation and business meetings.
Strong answers require strong endings. This post will teach you a very simple way to end with maximum impact.
First, let's take a look at an answer with good evidence and reasoning:
Do you think work-life balance is important?