The speaking test can be a scary conversation for some people who will not feel prepared. When learning English, it is sometimes considered as the final test. Because it is a face-to-face conversation and there is more pressure to perform well. In the first part, examiners will ask questions about normal topics, like home, work or studies. The most important thing is to relax and try to be very confident in your abilities. If you feel the pressure, then your speech will not be seem natural.
Try To Talk A Lot
By talking a lot, you have more opportunity to prove how well to know the language. Also, it gives to more chances to correct your speech and mistakes, the kind that wouldn’t otherwise come clear even when expressed in writing. The longer you talk, the more you will activate the speech centres of your brain. This will cause you to remember more of what you have learned as well as process information better.
Use natural spoken English
The best form of English to use in the test is to natural spoken English. This will help you to speak very fluently and improve your pronunciation. The best way to learn this type of language is often to listen by native speakers. If you don’t have a native speaker to listen to, we suggest you visit my collection of sample questions where you will find recording and transcripts of my answers. Look at the sort of language we use and try and borrow it for yourself.
If You Don’t Understand, Please Ask
Nervous and shy people will not ask for the clarification when they are given a question they don’t fully understand. This is a bad idea, because they may then try and answer the question without knowing what should being asked. When you do this, it is likely that you will give a wrong answer. Therefore, do not be afraid to ask if you do not understand what the examiner has been said. They will appreciate it, and it is very normal to do so in a conversation. So, it shows to your desire to better learn and understand the language which is very positive.