Story telling for IELTS Speaking Part 2

Seagull IELTS writing Task 1 Task 2 model answers charts tables Speaking
Seagull IELTS writing Task 1 Task 2 model answers charts tables Speaking
If you’re serious about succeeding in IELTS, you should practise story telling.

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Instructions

Read the story below several times until you understand it

Answer the following questions to show that you understand it

  • Identify a collocations in the second paragraph?
  • Which word means to throw?
  • Which phrasal verb means to make something last longer?
  • Which word means to make (someone) satisfied?
  • What noise to seagulls make?  (verb and noun)
  • Which word means chaos?

Then

  • Retell the story in your own words
  • Practise until you can tell it fluently
  • Do this for other stories

Seagull IELTS writing Task 1 Task 2 model answers charts tables Speaking

 Seagull IELTS writing Task 1 Task 2 model answers charts tables Speaking

You could use a story like this in Speaking Part 2 if you get asked about an interesting story in the news, or a story that made you laugh.

If you're serious about succeeding in IELTS, you'll practise telling stories

Catch you later

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