Have you found conversations with foreigners easy? Have you felt comfortable during such conversations? The answer to this question is generally a ‘No’ for many aspirants. Now just Imagine! You are New Zealand or the UK or Canada for the purpose of study or work or settling for good. In the university or in your office there is interesting discussion on a topic of common interest is going on and when you make a point in this group discussion, people say “can you please repeat that?”, “what? come again!”, “Pardon me but I could not just understand what you just said, could you please repeat that!”. Such expressions indicate that you need to refine your speaking skills and align it to the international way of speaking. This is the reason for your being uncomfortable. In order to avoid such a situation, IELTS has been designed as a test of English proficiency assessment test so that the people who travel to English speaking nations are easily able to communicate and there are no barriers to communication.
Speaking is avitalcomponent of the IELTS exam. It is so because visiting an English speaking nationwould require one to express one’s opinions and thoughts in English. Aspirants, very often, ask somequeries, “I speak English since my childhood. Do I also need special IELTS speaking training” or “I have already done an English speaking course; would I yet need to go through special IELTS speaking training?”. The answer to these questions lie in the difference between IELTS English Speaking and Normal English Speaking. The major difference between the two is the capability of a candidate to convey ideas in an internationally accepted manner to a wide range of audience. The objective of normal English speaking is to convey your ideas to people in a region of the world. There is huge variation of dialects within India. Though there may be different dialects in the region, people recognize and can easily comprehend each other. But it becomes a deterrence in an international environment. The objective of IELTS speaking is to convey to an international audience.We are one of the best IELTS training centers in Gurgaon. Many IELTS aspirants who come from different regions of India have a regional touch in their dialect. The first task we do is - neutralize their regional accent. It helps inincorporating some universally acceptable accent.
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