Grammatical Range & Accuracy

Speaker : 22
Gender : Female
IELTS Speaking Score : 5.5
IELTS Speaking Session: Part 2
  E: examiner S: student
E: Thank you. Now I’m going to give you a topic and I’d like you to talk it for 1 to 2 minutes. Before you talk, you’ll have one minute to think about what you are going to say. You can make some notes if you wish.
S: OK.

E: So, I’d like you to talk about a time when you first talked in a foreign language.
S: OK.

E: Alright, remember you have 1 to 2 minutes for this. So don’t worry if I stop you. I will tell you when the time is up. Can you start speaking now please?
S: Whe… of course. Talking about this question, I like to say something about the first time I talk in English. There is a toast… master club in our city. It’s a non-profit organization open to the public, which aims to improve their communication s… skills in English. Even though I nows visited… visit it weekly, I still remember the first time I spoke English there. By then, I was invited to give a talk. The topic of my talk was about my childhood. I intended to share the stories between my friends and me back at the time when I was a child. I spend two days searching for pictures and making a PowerPoint. Then, I spent five more days reciting, repeating, and researching. But when I was on the stage, I was still very nervous. I delivered my talk with my hands sweating and my voice trembling. I stumbled a lot and made tons of mistakes. To be honest, it was awful compared with other participants’ performance. But I was still content with… with my performance. Never had I had a chance to speak it before I went to college. I dare not to open my mouth {thank} becau… {thank you}.

E: Thank you. Thank you. Do you often think about this time?
S: Sorry?

E: Do you often think about this time?
S: Think about…


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Grammatical Range & Accuracy

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1. A word/phrase with a strikethrough (e.g. the) is represented redundant.
2. ^ indicates a word/phrase needs to be added, and a suggested answer is given in brackets below the symbol.
3. For an inappropriate word/phrase, a suggested answer is provided below the corresponding word/phrase.