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Notes about some Questions of IELTS Speaking - 5

Notes about some Questions of IELTS Speaking - 5

 

INTRODUCTION

  • If a note below is about an IELTS Speaking Part 2 topic, the note assumes that the wording of the IELTS Speaking Part 2 topics, especially the verb tense, is as shown in the list of topics on this website. Possibly the real wording is different to that shown on this website. BE CAREFUL!

 

Caution! 小心!

If some of the notes on this page are possible as a complete answer to the IELTS question, be very careful about speaking those exact same words in the IELTS test. If many people speak the same sentences in the test, the IELTS examiners will eventually know that these sentences are not your original words. This will seriously damage your score! Some IELTS examiners might even read this website. IELTS Examiners don't like answers that candidates learn, word for word, from a book or from the blackboard in a class because such answers are not real, natural communication. The best idea is to adapt the ideas below (if you want to) by making your own sentences and speaking naturally in the IELTS test. (Memorized answers are usually not spoken in a very natural way.) Try to avoid letting the IELTS examiner know that you have read this website!

 

 

  • For many IELTS Speaking Part 2 topics, IELTS students can get some additional ideas by reading the IELTS Speaking Part 3 questions that follow that IELTS topic.

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IELTS Speaking Topic 234 Note 1

In order to make something, what qualities (and skills) does a person need to have?

  • To make something (anything), you often need to know how to use certain tools. (Give examples)
  • Sometimes you need to be creative, for example if you also design the thing you are making. To design something, you need the ability to visualize the final product.
  • To make handicrafts, you need the above two skills as well as skill of using the hands (dexterity) and a certain amount of artistic skill or artistic sense.

Make sure you expand your answer with examples.

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IELTS Speaking Topic 234 Note 2

What are some differences between hand-made things and things made by machine?

  • This is quite a difficult IELTS question!
  • If the wording is the same as above, the words "made by machine" really means "made in factories".
  • Hand made things are unique while factory-made things are all the same.
  • In addition to that, (and related to that) a major difference is the different usages of these two different types of products, i.e., the different reasons why these products were made. That is: the difference between the types of things that are hand-made and the types of things that are factory-made. Here, IELTS students need to think of some classifications of different products, such as everyday products that many people use, works of art, cultural artifacts sold to tourists etc. (I will not give you a more detailed answer than this because, if IELTS examiners recognize a detailed answer from this web site, it will hurt your IELTS score more than help your IELTS score.)

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