IELTS Speaking: IELTS 5-6+ (B1+) - Collins English for IELTS (Paperback)Karen E. Kovacs (author)
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If your speaking is preventing you from getting the score you need in IELTS, Collins Speaking for IELTS can help.
Don't let one skill hold you back.
Collins Speaking for IELTS has been specially created for learners of English who plan to take the IELTS exam to demonstrate that they have the required ability to communicate effectively in English, either at work or at university. It is ideal for learners with band score 5 - 5.5 who are aiming for band score 6 or higher on the IELTS test (CEF level B1 and above).
What is IELTS?
The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is sat by over 1.4 million candidates around the world every year. It is the most common test used by universities for foreign students to prove their language level. IELTS is also increasingly used for immigration purposes, with Australia, New Zealand and Canada all requiring visa applicants whose first language is not English to submit an IELTS grade. The system tests candidates' Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking in four separate papers. Usually, students must gain a good mark in all four skills in order to gain entry to the course, job, or country of their choice. For this reason, candidates will often sit the exam numerous times to secure the score that they need.
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Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Number of pages: 144
Weight: 470 g
Dimensions: 246 x 189 x 11 mm
`The organisation seems simple and clear... helpful both to the class teacher or student using it for self study ... appropriate selection of topics ... Good balance of practice, exemplification and exam advice (tips, technique). I particularly liked some of the tips on preparation - e.g. P. 17 Task 6 or p. 39 Exam technique.'
John Palfery, Teacher at English Language Teaching centre, University of Edinburgh, September 2011
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