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IELTS - Speaking Skills - Greeting the Examiner (Part 0)
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The beginning of the speaking test
for the speaking test, you'll be interviewed by an examiner for 12 to 15 minutes. You'll enter a room for such interview. The examiner will ask you around 4 questions before part 1 of the test actually begins. Here're these questions and how you should answer them.
First of all, the examiner will greet with with a good morning or a good afternoon then the examiner will introduce him or herself giving their name. Then they'll ask you about your full name.
Examiner: good afternoon, my name's John Clark. What's your full name? / could you tell me your full name?
How to answer question 1
1- if you're going to use the name of the examiner, don't give a title. So "good afternoon Mister John" is incorrect. Actually titles are NOT used with first names in English.
Correct: good afternoon John
2- when giving your name, don't say "my name IS Connery". For a better answer, use contraction "my name's Connery". This contraction "my name's" is a high level pronunciation that you should use during the rest of your test as well.
3- don't give your name quickly. Give it slowly and clearly because sometimes it's difficult for examiners to hear foreign names.
4- don't forget to smile, relax and look at the examiner in the eyes.
for long foreign names, the examiner might ask you "what can I call you?"
How to answer question 2
you can use one of the following sentences:
- you can call me Con
- just call me Con
- please call me Con
(you can give your English name if you have any)
- you can call me by my English name, Joseph
1- don't explain or give extra information why people call you this!
the examiner will ask you "where are you from?" or "where are you coming from?"
How to answer question 3
You make your answer like this:
- I come from Hong Kong
- I am from Alexandria which is in the north of Egypt
1- don't explain any further, just give the location.
2- don't ask the examiner any question
3- don't give the examiner any recommendations
1- keep your answer simple, short, and accurate
2- Use the English pronunciation of the location where your coming from.
Example: "I am from Cairo" not "I am from Al-Qahira"
can you show me your identification, please?
can you show me your passport, please?
How to answer question 4
- Here you are
- Of course, here you are
- Sure, here it is
identification = ID
keep your answers short "here"
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