Xem IELTS Live Class - Speaking Part 3 - Study for Band 9

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  • hi everyone welcome to today's live outs
  • class I'm Adrienne and I am broadcasting
  • this to you live from Budapest Central
  • Europe very close to the gorgeous Danube
  • River
  • all right today we are looking at IELTS
  • speaking part 3 kicking the week off
  • with some speaking practice
  • so make sure that when I am saying
  • questions saying answers correcting your
  • peers your fellow students repeat nice
  • and loud hi murasa Baraka sent you a few
  • emails hi Victoria hi Jaclyn figure
  • Figueredo Figueiredo sorry if Jacqueline
  • if I didn't pronounce that right I say
  • he'll sing so many wonderful students
  • joining in that's great make sure you
  • repeat me ok finish my last sentence
  • here repeat repeat repeat repetition
  • it's not the greatest way to study but
  • it is an important part of studying so
  • you do have to do it ok I'm Marwa sent
  • you an email as well hi Devine good to
  • see you in class
  • so definitely make sure to repeat me
  • throughout the class ok materials they
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  • here maybe so that students who are
  • studying for general outs can also watch
  • us there I just did a live stream for
  • task one letter writing on that channel
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  • can see them for a while okay the
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  • help Channel 1332 1430 CET okay so keep
  • that in mind there we go do that alright
  • today speaking part 3 tomorrow we will
  • do listening strategy and practice on
  • the 16th academic reading 17th one of
  • our members request that a flow chart
  • another member requested a flow chart
  • with company structures so that's great
  • I can hit two birds with one stone for
  • our two members there and do an example
  • of a company structure flow chart let's
  • get into some IELTS speaking so you get
  • to your IELTS speech
  • interview and you are there 40 minutes
  • early you are confident you are calm you
  • had a good breakfast you're not hungry
  • you went to the washroom so you don't
  • have to go to the washroom especially if
  • you're nervous and you are remembering
  • my words that I've told students many
  • times close your eyes
  • picture grandpa picture grandma hold on
  • to that image keep that image
  • hi Jason ji keep that image in your mind
  • and when you walk into the room with the
  • examiner open your eyes and you see your
  • grandfather or your grandmother why
  • because you feel comfortable with them
  • okay I think many people feel more
  • comfortable with their grandparents than
  • even mom or dad because we're not afraid
  • of Grandpa grandma they they seem to
  • just love us and accept us for
  • everything that we are they hug us and
  • hold us even in times of trouble or when
  • we do something bad they protect us so
  • you feel comfortable you know that
  • grandma grandpa you need to speak loudly
  • to them so they can hear you and pay
  • attention to you you need to give them
  • good information good examples and above
  • all you have to respect your grandfather
  • and your grandmother so you're using
  • good clear clean language okay all right
  • so let's get into some warm-up practice
  • so you go in there and the IELTS
  • examiner will say welcome to the
  • speaking portion of the IELTS exam my
  • name is Adrian and please take your seat
  • repeat after me
  • thank you very much I'm happy to be here
  • your examiner might be surprised no
  • really that's the first first time I
  • heard a student actually say I'm happy
  • to be here but it's actually good
  • English so you can say that so please
  • take a seat thank
  • I'm happy to be here then the examiner
  • will say may I see your identification
  • please
  • now for your identification you need
  • national ID so I do believe they will
  • take your driver's license if it's a
  • national ID in most cases students
  • present their passports okay their
  • passports so you say here it is or here
  • you are please take a look
  • by all means here it is okay all right
  • and then the examiner will say those are
  • all good by the way Marwa naveen Jason
  • definitely here it is those are all
  • great all right those are good examples
  • Marwa thank you very much I'm very happy
  • to be here
  • absolutely or Marwa you can actually say
  • thank you very much I'm excited to be
  • here okay so when the examiner says even
  • maybe even more accurate in the context
  • so when the examiner says please take a
  • seat then the candidate a very good
  • answer is thank you
  • I'm quite excited to be here some people
  • might say if not overly happy to be here
  • but certainly you're excited okay to be
  • here all right
  • and then the examiner will match your
  • name with your passport and they'll want
  • to ask what you ought to be called so
  • they will say what is your full name
  • what is your full name again repeat me
  • nice and loud students I can't hear you
  • but I'm really imagining that I can hear
  • you Janu Chen's us can we have a chit
  • chat with the examiner janabu absolutely
  • not the examiner will not have time to
  • chitchat
  • don't chit chat with the examiner okay
  • so he'll sing says
  • name is Sahil deep singh my family name
  • is a heel deep
  • please call me sing okay so he'll always
  • finish with what you want the examiner
  • to call you because they will ask you
  • and what do you want me to call you and
  • then you can say uh say hello so jump
  • that question it'll also give you more
  • time for the actual speaking Amir on
  • serene says my full name is Amir on
  • serene you can call me Amir okay that's
  • great that works okay
  • so he'll you can address me as Sahil
  • it's okay
  • you can address me as is usually from
  • higher to lower position so the company
  • boss might say you can address me as a
  • heel to the employer or sorry the
  • employee so to the work or the employee
  • so I say please just call me as more
  • polite just just my opinion you might
  • hear different from others but please
  • address me as it's not bad but please
  • call me is better my full name is Maura
  • wah all kabhi you can call me Maura wah
  • sure that works okay all right Kalpana
  • Rachelle says my family name is Raj all
  • given name is Kalpana please just
  • address me as Kalpana
  • sure
  • and my Rizal
  • okay there we'll go with that one okay
  • and then the examiner will want you to
  • feel comfortable they don't want you to
  • feel nervous and believe me students the
  • examiner is in a difficult position
  • because the examiner doesn't want you to
  • be nervous but the examiners are trained
  • to be neutral as neutral as possible
  • they're not supposed to influence you by
  • seeming too happy like hi come on in
  • how are you today please have a seat
  • oh yeah it's great weather out there I
  • hope you were catching some sunshine on
  • this beautiful day they're not they're
  • not your friend okay they they're told
  • not to behave like that even though that
  • will make you very comfortable because
  • you'll get too comfortable they're not
  • supposed to influence and they're not
  • supposed to be angry or mean either not
  • specific all right yeah you have a seat
  • over there okay great let's get started
  • what's your name okay good now show me
  • your passport okay so they're not
  • supposed to be rude or mean they're kind
  • of instructed to be neutral okay so but
  • they don't want you to be stressed out
  • or nervous they want you to be calm all
  • right so it's up to you to keep that in
  • mind all right
  • now one way they try to get you to relax
  • is by starting you off with some easy
  • questions that you should be able to
  • answer even if you're a ban for students
  • okay and one of those is I'm glad I'm
  • entertaining some of you that's
  • fantastic have fun with it is do you
  • have any hobbies
  • please don't answer no I don't have any
  • hobbies I just study and work that's
  • awkward it's very difficult for anyone
  • to believe that an adult or a grown
  • teenager does not have hobbies okay I'm
  • sure you have some type of an activity
  • that you like to do so what's a good
  • answer for that again repeat after me
  • students so repeat nice and loud do you
  • have
  • any hobbies murasa says yes I'd like to
  • do shopping in my spare time
  • just yesterday I went to the city mall
  • with my friend Sarah not only did I
  • window shop but also we tried on a ton
  • of great clothes some of the latest
  • fashion in late winter ok good
  • deep brush says of course I just love
  • listening to music not I love to
  • listening to deeper art I just love
  • listening to music and dancing these
  • activities refresh my mind and soul
  • sounds better ok my body and soul deep
  • Brar say he'll sing says yes I have a
  • lot of hobbies such as reading books and
  • I also like to play cricket
  • apart from this I listen to music ok so
  • he'll that's good don't jump around with
  • too many hobbies instead say 1 or 2 and
  • then going through a little bit of
  • details like just last Saturday I had a
  • great game of cricket with friends and
  • scored 15 points alright
  • Pradeep says yes definitely I prefer to
  • do various activities during my spare
  • time playing football and cricket is an
  • inextricable part of my leisure time
  • apart from that I like reading because
  • it increases my knowledge of the world
  • around me
  • very nice detailed questions some nice
  • high level vocabulary in that response
  • also to hear Ali last one for this
  • question ok to hear Ali and remember
  • students repeat me yes I love to swim
  • I'm I go for swimming twice a week to a
  • nearby pool I'm going there with my
  • family I believe is what you wanted to
  • write there and we really enjoy it with
  • my kissing kin I'm not too familiar to
  • here with that expression family I think
  • is more natural but sure ok
  • alright students so yes
  • I collect coins
  • I collect let's put a correlative
  • conjunctions in there right away I
  • collect not only coins but also stamps I
  • have been-- let's put in a present
  • perfect avid collector of both since my
  • childhood I enjoy these hobbies because
  • I learn a lot about cultures and history
  • through these objects alright coins and
  • stamps truth be told I do collect coins
  • I don't collect stamps although I do
  • have a collection and a very typical
  • type of hobby some of the most typical
  • types of hobbies it's okay to say sports
  • like swimming or cricket for a hobby
  • just make sure that it's a hobby and
  • you're not actually doing them
  • competitively because then you're really
  • playing a sport and you're not doing it
  • as a hobby so if you say yes I have
  • hobbies I play on the national cricket
  • team then the examiner will say well
  • that's not really a hobby they won't say
  • that but they'll mark that down that it
  • doesn't make sense what you're saying
  • okay so a sport is only a hobby if you
  • play it in your leisure time
  • non-competitive repeat after me yes I
  • collect not only coins but also stamps I
  • have been an avid collector of both
  • since my childhood I enjoy these hobbies
  • because I learn a lot about cultures and
  • history through these objects okay you
  • ought to sell them if you have no hobby
  • at all make it up
  • okay make up a hobby you gotta have some
  • kind of a hobby drawing painting
  • listening to music collecting CDs
  • collecting mp3s surfing the internet
  • or strange news about aliens you got to
  • have some kind of a hobby Raman shahe
  • says hey my hobbies flying kites Ramon
  • you know what that's actually one of my
  • hobbies as well I haven't done it in a
  • while but I have some really cool kites
  • and I enjoy that hobby all right so then
  • you will have some part one questions so
  • the examiner will say okay now I'll ask
  • you some more questions on a general
  • topic let's talk about numbers let's
  • take one more question here do you have
  • a favorite number okay give me a good
  • answer for this one students do you have
  • a favorite number most of us do so give
  • me a nice solid answer repeat after me
  • do you have a favorite number subscribe
  • to my channel if you like my comments
  • cr7 says yes my favorite number is 7
  • because it's the day I was born and it's
  • my lucky number and it's even in your
  • youtube name so that's great
  • favia Maduro says 11 partha says zero
  • and look you got a lot of numbers coming
  • up but those are not full sentence
  • answers Marwa says yes I do
  • my favorite number or yes I have more
  • was even better you're right my favorite
  • number is 3 why so he'll says my
  • favorite number is 5 and it's also my
  • lucky number why the clear question here
  • is why leann course is my favorite
  • number 7 because I think it is lucky
  • like for Ronaldo who is my favorite
  • football player
  • sure just veer says my favorite number
  • is 26 because and it's also my lucky
  • number because I was born on the 26th of
  • May yeah absolutely and it's very common
  • for people to to have a lucky number or
  • a favorite number which is their
  • birthdate and that's an easy answer
  • don't overcomplicate it
  • now I'm giving you a very fancy answer
  • here but just showing you that you can
  • be creative okay so there are lucky
  • numbers like seven for me it's 14 I was
  • born on the 14th so do you have a
  • favorite number yes I have a number that
  • I like more than any other and it is the
  • number 14 I was born July 14th and have
  • always liked this number whether for my
  • sports jersey or as a lucky number for
  • playing the lottery that's a fancy band
  • 9 level answer it's very clear using
  • descriptive paraphrasing right favorite
  • number number that I like more than any
  • other that is a very fancy phrase to
  • indicate favorite and then I give some
  • very good examples quickly and naturally
  • I've always liked this number whether
  • for my sports jersey or as a lucky
  • number notice again the weather or use
  • of correlative conjunctions okay
  • students so that's great and we're doing
  • a fantastic job so far I'm pushing you
  • for these higher level responses because
  • today we're focusing on part three and
  • you need to focus on joining your
  • sentences clearly using natural flowing
  • examples and explanations I've been
  • really encouraging students to use the
  • words like or adjust or as to give an
  • example
  • - I'm not repeating the question I am
  • answering it very very directly in this
  • case there's absolutely no repetition of
  • my question here you have to reflect the
  • question not repeat the question there's
  • a difference - if that's not clear write
  • me an email
  • Jason G says yeah I do have a favorite
  • number that is 7 because I go to church
  • it is the resting day of the Lord so I
  • believe that this is the rest day
  • for him and it's on Sunday and it's on
  • the weekends which is the seventh day of
  • the week
  • Jason G that's true in many parts of the
  • world but you will be surprised to find
  • that Sunday is the first day of the week
  • in many english-speaking countries such
  • as US Canada and I believe the UK as
  • well it's kind of weird I know takes a
  • bit of getting used to but believe me
  • the week and the calendars start Sunday
  • Sunday is the first day of the week all
  • right here we go so students let's get
  • into part three I want to help you I
  • want to see some nice responses from you
  • if I missed your answers so far don't
  • worry I will look at different people's
  • answers at different times okay so part
  • three is connected to part two this is
  • after you did a two-minute speech on a
  • specific topic for the cue card question
  • okay we'll do a different class for that
  • and it's unique let's focus on part
  • three that's our goal for today
  • so here the examiner will say that is
  • the end of part two
  • please give me back the card with the
  • questions the note paper the pencil and
  • now let's continue with part three for
  • part three I will ask you questions
  • connected to the topic of part two so
  • here we go let's talk about helping in
  • the community and will do part two at a
  • different time for this this is a new
  • set of questions here we go what are
  • ways that people can help their
  • community be a better place all right
  • you got this question what should you do
  • what is the first step so when the
  • examiner asks you this what are ways
  • that people can help their community be
  • a better place seventy Rabia says people
  • could
  • why're a recycling bin not can saggy
  • it's not a recycling can its recycling
  • bin or recycling box from your City Hall
  • cake cans are usually small subscribe my
  • channel one example might be when an
  • adult or several adults form to take
  • charge of a community group for young
  • people maybe a sports team club or other
  • youth oriented organization it's a good
  • start I think you're jumping around in
  • the ideas there how does that actually
  • help your community remember you're
  • talking to Grandpa and Grandma so you
  • need to explain how you really help the
  • community before you answer this
  • question it's important to ask what
  • would 9 from 10 people say ok so what
  • would be some top-level answers for how
  • you can help your community and keep it
  • simple
  • ok so in my mind if the examiner asks me
  • this question I would very quickly
  • think about clean and safe okay I think
  • we can agree that the top level answer -
  • how can people help their community be
  • better - top answers would be well it
  • keeps make it clean make it safe ok
  • and then you can have a much more
  • effective answer ok let's see
  • John PD joshie says to make my community
  • like heaven I could do garbage
  • management get a group of neighbors
  • together on weekends to pick up garbage
  • on the streets and the sidewalks and
  • make it very clean okay that's great but
  • not our community my community first
  • person
  • came a new engine by era says little
  • things can make big changes in society
  • basically for individuals just the word
  • which we tell each other would affect
  • positively in community an engineer off
  • topic okay don't use the word things
  • actions is a better word so on engine
  • starting with small actions can make big
  • changes in my community for example
  • every Saturday joining with a group of
  • neighbors to collect garbage to make the
  • community clean could really help to
  • improve people's overall mood so when
  • they go to work in the morning the
  • streets and the sidewalks don't have
  • garbage on them so something like that
  • an engine okay be a little bit more
  • specific don't be so generalized with
  • this kind of question okay vic k becca
  • there are a lot of options which can
  • help a community be better such as
  • taking a leadership position to put
  • garbage into trash bins in every corner
  • of the community okay v k Billa
  • you're on the right track again be more
  • specific so sorry it is what are ways
  • that people so you can be a little bit
  • more generally or my bad on that one to
  • pay attention to the question here i'll
  • give an answer okay
  • mar why I really like your answer I'm
  • gonna give something similar here here
  • we go
  • so there are a couple again repeat me
  • nice and loud there are a couple of very
  • important ways for citizens to improve
  • their communities namely making them
  • clean and safe and then here the
  • examiner might say something like can
  • you expand on that they might interrupt
  • you okay and then you can continue with
  • let me just separate the cell for you
  • because I know that this is what they're
  • doing often and part three they want to
  • make a conversation style they interrupt
  • you can you expand on that can you give
  • me more detail and then you can say
  • certainly people or individuals can
  • organize community watch programs to
  • report suspicious activity and cleanup
  • crews to remove garbage from the streets
  • and sidewalks in fact I have both or I
  • am a member of both of these in my home
  • town of Victoria okay so again repeat
  • after me nice and loud students so
  • examiner asks what are ways that people
  • can help their community be a better
  • place there are a couple of very
  • important ways for citizens to improve
  • their communities namely making them
  • clean
  • and safe can you expand on that
  • certainly individuals can organize
  • community watch programs to report
  • suspicious activity and cleanup crews to
  • remove garbage from the streets and
  • sidewalks in fact I'm a member of both
  • of these types of organizations in my
  • hometown of Victoria
  • all right let's get to the next question
  • okay remember don't over complicate your
  • ideas so in IELTS you want your answer
  • topic or your answer ID idea to be
  • simple okay you want to keep your ideas
  • simple it's your language and your
  • grammar that you want to make nice and
  • complex and colorful and robust and
  • descriptive okay with quantitative
  • language as well as qualitative joining
  • ideas together okay all right again
  • students I emphasize this avoid the word
  • things so when you find yourself writing
  • the word things like Joppa and ax think
  • about a different noun that's better
  • so Joppa we can keep our community clean
  • by using organic materials rather than
  • using plastic instead of plastic
  • shopping bags we can replace them with
  • reusable cotton bags okay jappa it's a
  • good answer just use the word materials
  • instead of things okay all right let's
  • go to the next question here some people
  • feel some people feel that probably
  • won't have repetition of words like that
  • individuals are less involved with their
  • communities than 20 years ago do you
  • agree with this so again some people
  • feel that individuals are less involved
  • with their communities than 20 years ago
  • do you agree with this statement all
  • right that could probably be a task to
  • writing question as well by the way
  • now here the most common answer would be
  • yes
  • why why do you think that most people
  • would agree with that and I see produc
  • padieu as already agreeing this yes I
  • agree and that's a great way to start
  • okay in this kind of a question again
  • choose your easy answers and there is
  • some really simple logic to this
  • subscribe my channel says I disagree
  • with this opinion it is impossible to
  • generalize about how much people help in
  • their communities from one generation to
  • the next so I don't think we should
  • judge or compare ok that's an outside
  • answer it's ok
  • subscribe my channel but I'm not sure if
  • that will get you top marks it'll get
  • you a decent mark a new michael says yes
  • I do agree what I feel is that in the
  • past people were more dedicated towards
  • community services and they often found
  • time to serve others but the new
  • generation is busy with personal
  • achievements that's good a new ok that's
  • good Mario SP Tia says yes I think so
  • because people don't care about
  • situations or other individuals these
  • days as much as they did a couple
  • decades ago for instance my dad's friend
  • always helped in hard situations but
  • nobody cares about that these days ok
  • Mary oh I think you're on the right path
  • I think you can make that answer even
  • better Abhay
  • Malhotra says yes I totally agree with
  • this notion today's in today's age ok
  • let me try that one more time
  • Abhay says yes I totally agree with this
  • notion today's age is one of workaholism
  • and social media whereby people do not
  • get much time to engage face to face
  • with their neighbors and people in their
  • community ok very good you're absolutely
  • on the right track and I think you have
  • chosen
  • the answer that many others would think
  • of where people are disconnected these
  • days because of their economic pressures
  • and social media so workaholic economic
  • pressures and social media okay I can't
  • read Russian or Ukrainian so I don't
  • know who that is but the comment is no I
  • disagree with the statement in my city
  • there are a lot of young people who want
  • to make our communities better for
  • example my friends and me we help old
  • people with their routine activities all
  • right good
  • it's a good answer you can disagree and
  • give that answer just make sure that
  • it's clear and you can explain it all
  • right students again if I missed your
  • comment don't worry I'll get two
  • different people at different times I
  • usually catch our members a little bit
  • more because they appear in green so my
  • eyes drawn to it and because they're
  • members so they support us all right how
  • can governments all right here we go so
  • let me answer so I think most people
  • here would say yes they agree with this
  • and it's because of economic pressure
  • busy schedules
  • and technology okay so we are living
  • don't forget students we are living in
  • the information age and the age of
  • technology so a lot of reasoning for our
  • behaviors so why we behave a certain way
  • in society or why we have certain social
  • norms or social phenomena is resulting
  • from our adaptations with and to modern
  • technology right so cellphones why don't
  • we talk to our neighbor who's 20 feet
  • away because I can engage with my friend
  • in social media just the same even if
  • they're on the other side of the world
  • okay so that will keep us somewhat
  • isolated in our communities all right
  • so he'll don't worry keep it up I'll
  • read your next question okay so think of
  • technology and the other aspect that
  • influences our lives a lot and it's very
  • useful to keep in mind when you're an
  • IELTS part three to get those higher
  • scores is economic pressure a lot of
  • people say that the time of physical war
  • is really coming to an end it's a dying
  • dinosaur to go and actually shoot
  • rockets and guns at each other but the
  • world is much more involved now in
  • economic battles okay in small micro and
  • macro scale so it has a huge impact on
  • our decisions on our communities both
  • local and global so those are good to
  • keep in mind for answering okay yes I
  • most certainly agree with the idea that
  • people these days have become
  • less connected to their physical
  • communities and as a result contribute
  • less the main now here again the IELTS
  • examiner will say can you tell me more
  • about this they might interrupt you can
  • you tell me more about this or what do
  • you mean or why is that well I believe
  • that the main reason for this is
  • technology especially communications
  • media which allow people to be in touch
  • with friends and family who do not live
  • in close proximity
  • unlike 20 years
  • ago or before where people's neighbors
  • were usually their friends and their
  • family because they could not keep in
  • touch with those who live far away it's
  • a bit of a lengthy answer but a very
  • clear answer
  • all right so bear with me and hopefully
  • you understand the picture that I'm
  • painting with my answer okay so we live
  • different lifestyle these days we live
  • all over the world we live in global
  • communities 20 years ago or before we
  • used to live in the same neighborhoods
  • as their families and friends why well
  • we could use the phone and snail mail
  • sending a letter but that wasn't very
  • effective now through the use of Skype
  • whatsapp the Internet we and much faster
  • transportation planes roads railways we
  • don't live as close anymore but yet we
  • can keep in touch so repeat after me
  • some people feel that individuals are
  • less involved with their communities
  • than 20 years ago do you agree with this
  • statement yes I most definitely agree
  • with the idea that people these days
  • have become less connected to their
  • physical communities as and as a result
  • contribute less why do you think this
  • well I believe that the main reason for
  • this is technology especially
  • communications media which allow people
  • to be in touch with friends and family
  • who do not live in close proximity
  • unlike 20 years ago or before where
  • people's neighbors were usually their
  • friends and their family because they
  • could not keep in touch with those who
  • lived far away okay when it was
  • different traditions all right okay
  • let's keep going students so here again
  • make sure you're repeating me nice and
  • loud I know
  • it's an intense class to kick-off the
  • start of the week there might be lots of
  • new words for you like proximity but
  • make sure that you're pushing forward
  • and repeating me anyway
  • proximity means distance from ok the
  • distance from all right ok so here we go
  • yes don't worry I'm reading your
  • comments as well so greetings back to
  • you in Nepal subscribe my channel one
  • more question for this set
  • how can governments motivate citizens to
  • be more helpful in their communities ok
  • so often you can get a question in IELTS
  • speaking part 3 or 2 it's asking you
  • about the government ok something to do
  • with the government why because the
  • government is a large part of our life
  • our society ok it's the people we elect
  • or choose to lead us to guide us to
  • create rules for us
  • so he'll says well government can make
  • help for technology for instance they
  • can make TV or Internet advertisements
  • to encourage youngsters in the country
  • to help their community so he'll that is
  • a beautiful answer quick thinking
  • advertising governments control media
  • control the propaganda of the news so
  • they can use that to encourage people to
  • study and learn about how to help their
  • community absolutely
  • so he'll absolutely it's a great answer
  • ok and governments do that so when you
  • get a question like this you can think
  • about well what does the government do
  • today and you can probably think of a
  • few TV ads where the government says hey
  • join your community watch program to
  • keep your community safe if you see any
  • suspicious activity report it to this
  • telephone number ok so
  • so he'll I'm not sure if you thought
  • about that but that's great roshni kunde
  • says yes governments can help motivate
  • society through giving the rating to the
  • best society working not only will it be
  • a rudimentary part of society but
  • individuals can take part in it
  • okay Rashmi your sentences are a little
  • bit confusing but I understand what
  • you're trying to say you're trying to
  • say create a competition or a contest
  • that's very smart yeah the cleanest
  • community in the city will get
  • government support for a new park for
  • children absolutely
  • so people are competitive if the
  • government makes a contest for the
  • community to show that it is the
  • absolute cleanest in the city it's smart
  • just keep your idea more clear roshni
  • yes governments can help motivate
  • society through competition a rating
  • system whereby the cleanest community
  • receives an award not only can this
  • become an everyday part of the society
  • but individuals may enjoy taking part in
  • it roshni that would be my corrected
  • answer okay all right let's keep going
  • here Kwan Esteban betancur Cortado says
  • governments could have educational
  • programs in the neighborhood in order to
  • teach citizens how to be more helpful
  • and active in their specific communities
  • such as organizing cleanup crews which I
  • had just mentioned previously Kwan very
  • good nice sentence good structure good
  • use of subordinating conjunctions nice
  • flow I really like it and then to bump
  • your IELTS band score even a little bit
  • higher connected to one of what we just
  • said I don't know if you were here
  • before but here in this question
  • that was the first one for part three
  • individuals can organize community watch
  • programs to report suspicious activity
  • and cleanup crews to remove garbage okay
  • so with your answer we can make
  • connections from that question to this
  • question students if you are able to
  • connect among your responses that is one
  • great strategy to improve your IELTS
  • band score so make those connections
  • okay let's take that answer from Kwan
  • and then make that connection and again
  • that's a simple elegant answer but
  • complex okay one way for governments to
  • encourage its citizens to be better
  • contributors in their communities is
  • through education programs and workshops
  • specifically as I had mentioned
  • previously such programs could include
  • lessons on safe and effective garbage
  • management and disposal right so don't
  • run around your community picking up
  • garbage and needles and things from the
  • ground with your hands here we the
  • government will supply you with these
  • special gloves and these bags you just
  • have to pick them up at the office here
  • to safely dispose of garbage in your
  • community okay good so that was a good
  • idea thank you for that repeat after
  • nice and loud students repeat after me
  • how can governments motivate citizens to
  • be more helpful in their communities
  • one way for governments to encourage its
  • citizens to be better contributors in
  • their communities is through education
  • programs and workshops specifically as I
  • had mentioned previously such programs
  • could include lessons on safe and
  • effective garbage management and
  • disposal okay great some excellent
  • answers there students really good
  • interaction really great use of your
  • vocabulary and I'm really pleased to see
  • that many students are picking up what
  • I'm putting down in this and in previous
  • lessons using colorful complex language
  • with good conjunctions speaking directly
  • to the questions it's very good alright
  • I'll take one more answer man ran wanna
  • says authorities should organize
  • motivational seminars for people of all
  • ages in every city and these sessions
  • should include knowledge about how to
  • keep society clean and safe as I had
  • mentioned previously absolutely okay yes
  • Jason G you can give examples just roll
  • them in with your answers so avoid I'm
  • now encouraging students to avoid using
  • the phrase for instance or for example
  • because I've heard from many students
  • that outs Examiners that they've had
  • didn't like me for example or for
  • instance they just jump to the next
  • question so just roll it in okay just
  • roll it in with your next answer alright
  • students now if you are doing well in
  • your IELTS speaking part three then your
  • examiner will continue with some more
  • questions like this here let's talk
  • about charities charity of course is
  • where you give a donation you give some
  • money for us a cause
  • such as keeping society clean or helping
  • animals or helping people who are sick
  • or elderly or children orphans okay
  • there are lots of different types of
  • charities remember these three questions
  • will all be related to this topic of
  • charities okay
  • and the questions are many people give
  • lots of money to charities is this
  • always good what are some different
  • kinds of charities and how do they help
  • Society will there be new kinds of
  • charities in the future that do not
  • exist today all right students so these
  • three questions what I do is later today
  • or tomorrow look at these questions
  • again on your phone answer them with
  • some good sentences okay we did some
  • speaking practice here you used your
  • fingers to write into the chat on a
  • serious note they'll record your answer
  • to these three questions on your phone
  • send them to me my email send me the mp3
  • file and I will get you a back with an
  • email that gives you an approximate band
  • score for your speaking okay I'll let
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  • get for your band school and I can
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