(Video) IELTS Speaking Module Contest results!

Last week, I invited you to join my online IELTS Speaking Module Contest.  I was very happy to receive responses from six different people, one from the Czech Republic, two from India, one from Japan, one from Uzbekistan and one from Vietnam.  These contestants performed the monologue portion of the IELTS speaking exam in response to the following cue card:

Describe a public place that you like. Please say:

  • Where is this place?
  • When do you go there?
  • Why do you go there?
  • What do you like about this place?

Although all contestants in this contest did a great job, our winner this time round was our friend from Japan.  His monologue scored roughly an 8 on the IELTS Band Descriptors Chart.  Well done!

To listen to my comments on each of the speakers’ responses, please watch the following video.  Before starting this video, however, please download the IELTS Speaking Band Descriptors chart here and follow along.

Here are the raw audio files each student sent to me:

Contestant from the Czech Republic (Band 6)

Contestant from India 1 (Band 5)

Contestant from India 2 (Band 6.5)

Contestant from Japan (Band 8 )

Contestant from Uzbekistan (Band 6.5)

Contestant from Vietnam (Band 5.5)

(Results for the Writing Module Contest will be posted within the next 36 hours.)

 

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I have been developing online IELTS training resources for over 10 years. For more information about me and how I can help your preparation for the IELTS, please email me: ryan@ieltsielts.com
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3 Responses to (Video) IELTS Speaking Module Contest results!

  1. Candy says:

    Thank you so much! Ryan

  2. Radmila says:

    Thank you very much indeed, you have given so many helpful tips to improve our speaking and highlighted the mistakes in a very tactful manner, so that nobody is offended! I will try to follow you advice(=

    • Ryan says:

      It is my pleasure. Glad it helps! What feedback can you guys give regarding the lesson? I worry that maybe my comments are not clear enough. Perhaps I should have cut the student’s recording up into different parts and analyzed each part?

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