Now let’s talk about a structure we can use to answer ‘Types of’ Type questions.
Part1- TYPES OF – Ielts Speaking
You can’t expect to improve quickly if you only attend language classes twice per week. The world has changed too. We can now access unlimited resources to aid us with learning. There are incredible Ielts Lessons that make this all easy for us. Daily practice is a fantastic habit.
Split your time up into the two types of learning so that even on days when you don’t feel like doing something, you still do it.
How to practise
IELTS Speaking Tips help you to practice IELTS Speaking, ask your study partner to listen while you speak about the topic. Your study partner should ask you one or two questions on the same topic using the rounding off questions. Record yourself if you can.
To be successful in Ielts speaking part1, you should learn the answer’s structure. This will help you answer part 1 questions fluently.
The beginning phrase
- Well actually…
- Of course, it goes without saying…
- Of course, certainly…
Following it with a liking phrase
- There’s quite a mixed variety of…
- There’s quite a wide range of…
- There’s quite a diverse mixture of..
Give your first type
- However, I suppose the most adjective. ould possibly be.
- Though I think the most adjective. would potentially be.
The first explanation
- The thing with . is that.
- I assume . are so + adjective. because.
- The point I want to add about . is that…
The second type
- Another form worth mentioning could be.
- A second variety of (first type) would be something like.
The second type and conclusion
- And the main characteristic of (first type) is that.
- And the unique aspect of (first type) is that.
- Likewise, as might be expected, there are things like.
- And naturally, there are things like.
What other ‘Types of’ questions? They could be:
- What kinds of restaurants are popular in your country?
- What types of things do people collect in your country?
- What hobbies are common in your country?
- vWhat types of TV programs are popular in your country?
- What types of shops can be found in your local area?