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  • Hey, hey what's up everyone? Thank you for clicking in and watching this video that can

  • change the way you prepare for your IELTS exam. So how is this video going to change

  • the way you do that? Well because it's your IELTS exam, you need to know what are the

  • different ways you are going to be scored and that is what I'm gonna help you with.

  • Now guess who recently gave their IELTS test? Yes! That's right, I got an overall score

  • of 8.5 with a 9 and speaking and that's why I'm here to tell you that whatever score you

  • want to attain, you can because I'm going to show you how to do that. So make sure you

  • stick with me until the end. Now this video is sponsored by the Cambly app which helps

  • you speak with native English tutors from all around the world 24/7. This app is going

  • to be really helpful with your IELTS preparation, because believe it or not it played a huge

  • role in helping me score an 8.5 and later on I will also give you a little demo of how

  • to use this app and effectively prepare for the IELTS test. Okay, so coming back to the

  • video, let me begin with thespeaking moduleof the IELTS test. Now you need to know the

  • main things that the examiner looks for when scoring you. So let me tell you, there are

  • four main criteria that you will be marked upon, to get a good score in the speaking

  • test. I'm gonna deal with just two in this video and then the others in the following

  • videos which are a part of the IELTS series that I am doing. Okay then, the first two

  • criteria that you are marked upon are, number one, “lexical varietyand number two

  • pronunciation”. Let's talk about lexical variety first, what is it well? It refers

  • tovariety in vocabulary’. You have to explain concepts by using words that show,

  • that you have a varied and rich vocabulary. For example, if the examiner poses a question

  • saying, ‘talk about a piece of art that you have made?’ Now this question can be

  • answered in various ways, but I would say something like, ‘I love to create my own

  • artor ‘I develop designs based on a certain conceptor I can also say, ‘I

  • chalk out some pretty interesting drawings based on my mood’. Did you notice I used

  • words like, ‘create’, ‘design’, ‘developandchalk out’? All these words are the

  • synonyms of the word, ‘make’. So when I use many words of the same meaning, it shows

  • that I have great command over my English and great vocabulary, right? So make sure

  • that you don't restrict yourself to a few words. Show the examiner that you have a variety

  • in your vocabulary, that's what lexical variety is all about. Alright, so moving on to the

  • second criteria the examiner will also pay attention topronunciation”. Yes, knowing

  • words is not enough. You also need to know how to pronounce these words like a native

  • speaker, right? As English is not our first language we tend to make common pronunciation

  • mistakes for example instead of saying, ‘pri-fur’, a lot of people say, ‘preh-fur’. I prefer

  • ice cream, it's prefer, I prefer ice cream notpreh-fur’. Well there are also words

  • like pleasure where people mispronounce it and say, ‘ple-jur’, ‘ple-jur’, people

  • don't know how to pronounce thezhsound, thezhsound. So it's ‘ple-zhr

  • and notple-jur’. There are some people say, there are some people who say apologize,

  • mm-hmm that's not right it's apologize. So this time around I want to show you how you

  • can use the Cambly app to prepare really well for the IELTS exam because this app has many

  • IELTS trainers. So now I want to show you how you can use it as a tool to score well

  • as far as vocabulary variety or lexical variety and pronunciation is concerned, okay? So I

  • have a few questions that I have prepared as per the IELTS speaking module and I have

  • made answers for it. Now I have deliberately made sentences where the pronunciation of

  • words may be a little wrong or it may have very average English but that way we will

  • see how a Cambly tutor can reframe the answer by helping us with better vocabulary and teach

  • us the right pronunciation, are you ready? Let's try it out… “Alright, So, I see,

  • youre from India…” “Yes, I am from India and I’m actually an English teacher

  • myself and I would like to show my students how amazing the Cambly app is, especially

  • those who are trying to prepare for their IELTS exam, so…” “Hi, can you see me?”

  • Soyes well our viewers can see you, so um, I've prepared a few questions, which

  • are normally asked in the IELTS speaking module and I've prepared answers which are very average

  • English, I would however like for you to reframe those answers so that we can show our students

  • how they can improve their vocabulary and pronunciation, okay?” “Understood, Sure.”

  • Okay, so here's the first question, if the first question was, what kinds of food

  • do you like and why?” “If my answer was like this, I like homemade food but I also

  • like Japanese food like sushi and Italian food like Pizza because it is tasty.” “Is

  • there a better way to rephrase that?” “So on Cambly I often recommend is the students

  • to a little bit of practice using synonyms, because words like tasty, words like um, beautiful

  • words like wonderful are often used and standardized test like the IELTS exam makes a lot of sense

  • to try and use different vocabulary and expanded vocabulary, so um, I try to give some of the

  • students additional and also what I would do is, try to encourage students to limit

  • phrases like, ‘like’”. “Okay not use the wordlikethen, is there a synonym

  • likethen? Is there another word forlike’? “So we would say something like,

  • ‘I enjoy’, I prefer’, ‘I would select’, ‘I would choose…’” “Okay that, that's

  • a good option that you've given me.” “How about the pronunciation, I mean how do you

  • say Pizza correctly?” “I don't think I'm pronouncing it right…” “But I take a

  • word likepizzaand I break it up and in English we actually say, ‘peet-zaa

  • that is how it’s actually said, ‘peet-zaa’” “With the ‘T’ sound likepeet-zaa

  • okay great, I've got another question if I were to ask, ‘where do you live?’ and

  • if the answer was well, ‘I live in a big city which is very crowded with different

  • people’” “If you really want to blow somebody away, you can say, ‘I reside…’

  • you could say, I reside in a city which is smaller than a major city like New York city

  • but, it is larger than a smaller city such as Goa or something like that.” “Okay

  • like make those comparisons, oh I think that's very smart.” “That’s a very good way

  • of doing it.” “How about saying crowded with different people?” “I mean I’m

  • sure there’s a better way to say that.” “We would probably, I think it would depend

  • on what is meant by the worddifferentbecause we do say things like, people with

  • different skin colour, or different culture or city that has majority females as oppose

  • to males, it all different ways to it. There’s many ways that you could actually specify

  • what is meant by the worddifferentso I would encourage students to try and expand

  • on that word and explain what they mean by it.” “Okay so I could simply say people

  • from different backgrounds maybe” “Yes people from different background who…”

  • Who are doing something…, okay great, well that's amazing thank you so much for

  • explaining that to me in detail and I will definitely share this clip with everybody

  • my viewers and my students in class and I'm sure they'll get a lot more than they expected,

  • you are wonderful Shannon, thank you so much, you have a nice day, you too, byeSo did

  • you just see how easy it was to use the Cambly app and how you can practice for the IELTS

  • exam with experienced native English speakers. Well guys this app is not free but, what you

  • could always do is take a trial before you purchase a package so that you understand,

  • how to use the app and get first-hand experience of these trainers. The trial is available

  • only for $ 3.00 or if you're watching it from India you just have to pay Rs. 199 and you

  • can speak for ten minutes to these experienced trainers and of course if you like the app

  • you can always purchase a monthly or a six monthly or even a yearly package as per your

  • requirement. Okay so to avail of this offer please click the link in the description of

  • this video you will definitely see how amazing it is and then please let me know in the comments

  • about how your experience was as far as using this app is concerned. Remember you can speak

  • good English if you constantly speak with native English speakers. So I wish you all

  • the best to score amazingly well in the speaking module. I'm gonna be back with some more lessons

  • but before I go, please like the video, subscribe to our channel and click on the bell icon.

  • I'll see you soon with some more videos, you take care, bye.

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