To err is human and very common, especially in tests like IELTS (International English Language Testing System). Even some of the most prepared test-takers and native English speakers as well naturally make mistakes. In your IELTS exam, each point you score in each section of the test is valuable. If you receive a low score, you may lose your chances of studying or working abroad. It may disappoint and even hurt some of you.
As an IELTS Dubai trainer, what I tell you is, “getting disappointed doesn’t help you.” While preparing for the IELTS test can be both stressful and difficult, you need to make sure that you don’t repeat the same mistakes again.
In the IELTS test, you are being tested on your ability in listening, reading, writing, and speaking. In the IELTS Speaking section, you’ll have a lot to deal with, especially the grammar errors and poor vocabulary.
To ensure you’re best prepared, here in this Infographic I have addressed 5 most common IELTS speaking mistakes that cost you valuable points such as “Excessive use of fillers”, “Memorizing the Answers”, use of “Unnecessary Pauses and Punctuation”, giving “inappropriate answers”, and the “Excessive use of connectors”.
These common IELTS speaking mistakes are easily avoidable. With the right amount of revision and practice, you’ll be well on your way. Let’s see these mistakes in detail.