IELTS Speaking Part 1: Dictionaries

A new topic in IELTS speaking part 1 this year. Learn some useful vocabulary and ideas for the topic of Dictionaries by watching this lesson.

 

 

 

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  1. Hi liz, your page has helped me a lot but my problem is that how will I improve my vocabulary , fluency , grammar and also how to elaborate my answers. Some of the questions got me thinking, how will I answer any question without thinking that long. Please Liz, I need you help urgently. Betty from Nigeria.

  2. jasmeen says:

    I am sooo happy so choose this website .Shes alwys help me . Nd m sooooo glad god bless u liz . U help alwys the people 😌😌😌😊😊

  3. Hi liz . in the topic of study I want to know what is the different between “My Subject” and “My Major” .. like i’m study architecture .. is it subject or major ?
    and thank you so much ^^

    • The word “major” is mainly used in degrees whilst the word subject can be used for degrees, school etc.

  4. Santiago says:

    Hello Everyone,

    I have found all this material very useful, however, I just presented the IELTS few weeks ago and I had this question about an historic event in my country. I have seen and there is no examples given for this answer, so I recommend you to keep it in mind.

    • Thanks for sharing πŸ™‚ An historic event could be anything – a war, a declaration, a new law, the day something opened or closed etc. Almost anything you can think of.

  5. Hi,
    My name is Aamir. I have appeared in IELTS twice before and always get 7.5 band as an average score. Since my IELTS has expired I shall appear again on the 4th of coming march but I do not find any time to prepare for it.
    Do you think I could maintain my score with a daily practice of 1 hour?
    Aamir Saeed

  6. thanks Liz madam… i appreciate your effort

  7. Hi Liz,

    This is such a useful clip.Your teaching style is really easy and quick to understand,very impressive.Well done,keep the blaze of teaching alive.Stay blessed,keep smiling!

    Regards,
    Sarvat

  8. Thank you so much for your absolutely useful website and your perfect pronunciation of words.
    This video helped me alot.
    Thanks again.

  9. This video is very useful i prefer to all the ielts students to watch this lesson and improve your abilities.

  10. Really nice i like it πŸ‘

  11. Thank you so much. I was so confused with this topic, however this video has helped me a lot on the topic.

  12. omid najari says:

    Thanks Liz

  13. Hello Liz,
    Thank you so much for your motivated video lectures. I will sit for IELTS exam on 18th June this year. Please give me suggessions what I have to practice. I have problem in reading section 3 and it is helping me to ge poor marks πŸ™

  14. jesse j says:

    Hi liz, I’m very happy to have known this site may God continue to bless u everyday as u help people like me. I have a question though, can one access a speaking ielts band 9 example either written or spoken without youtube? Cos my phone can hardly access that site. Lots of love from Nigeria

    • All model answers on this website are band 9 and do not require youtube. See each of the main pages on the red nav bar.

  15. Hey dear

    I wish I was a student in your class.

  16. Liz , you are the best! You have helped many people around the world! πŸ™‚

    Cheers from Brazil!

  17. SUNY gill says:

    Hello mam could you please send me some question and answer for speaking so I can get good words and I will reach my goal thanks lot

  18. hello dear Liz
    I appreciate your effort

  19. hi liz , your website is really helpful , I have recomanded it to my other fellows , i wanted to ask you one Question , there is a word ” hitherto ” tell me can i use this word in my speaking test ? like can i say something like this ” hitherto i am not doing studies nor job but yes i have so splendid plans for my studies??? please answer

    • IELTS speaking is an informal test so it would be unnatural to use such a word in speaking.
      All the best
      Liz

      • thank u so much I got it ma’am and sorry for posting that question again πŸ˜›
        anyways i gave my test and waiting for my result πŸ™‚ hope so i will get my 6 , thank u soooo much for you website, students like me will always pray for u πŸ™‚ keep it up mam

  20. hey …thank you for your lessons but i have one question …. how i can improve my speaking at home ?

  21. It is very useful website because this site has lucid clear speaking writing task 1 writing task 2 and vocabulary has been improved my idea and topic thanks

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