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  • Hi.

  • Welcome to another Eilts video.

  • On occasion, I received e mails asking how to effectively make use of the one minute that you're given to prepare for or two of speaking exam.

  • And in this video, I just want to go over strategy to help you make the most of this brief period of time.

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  • So, in part two of the speaking exam, you're given a cue card that looks something like this.

  • And it has three questions that you must respond to, and sometimes a little something extra that we have here today.

  • So it reads, described a trip you took.

  • You should say where you went, what you did, why you traveled there and explain something that made the trip memorable.

  • So my advice to you is in the minute that you're given note simply keywords that will spur certain thoughts in the moment.

  • Because as you start speaking, you won't have time to read little sentences that you've written or anything like that.

  • You will be speaking and you will be just looking for a little key words that can can help Thio keep you going into to maintain a certain fluency in your response.

  • So I would very quickly just sort of stream of thought come up with with key words that pop in your mind as you look at these questions.

  • So for me, I'm gonna talk about a trip I took to the u A e.

  • I'm gonna break that up into 22 parts.

  • One is a photo being in taking a trip to Dubai, and the second will be make sure sentence or to a boat.

  • I'm going to to Abu Dhabi, and sometimes it's helpful to branch.

  • You're as long as you're on topic branch your your response out a little bit because if you do start to lose momentum, you might be able to switch to something that's still related toe what the topic is, but that you have more to say about Okay, so very quickly.

  • Uh, okay.

  • So what did you do there?

  • Okay, well, in Dubai, See very quickly.

  • Now, this is what I would be writing on my card.

  • I'm just thinking about things randomly.

  • So, uh, climate, I'm talking food.

  • I might talk about architecture.

  • Of course we're also talking about I talked with friends.

  • Talk about, um, nightlife, maybe.

  • Okay.

  • And then I would be very quickly.

  • I'm noting the Sunday paper.

  • Don't be.

  • What would I talk about?

  • Well, I visited a very interesting oasis while I was there.

  • So I'm gonna talk about that.

  • Why did I go?

  • Well, the main reason was because I was renewing a visa and but the other main reasons where I was visiting friends and I because I lived in divide before I wanted to see how the city had changed, how the country had changed.

  • I hadn't been there in five years.

  • So it was.

  • It was a kind of going to visit a few of my old haunts, as people see in English, the old places that I used to frequent.

  • Okay, Andi.

  • Then So finally, what was memorable, But well, several things.

  • Well, firstly, it I was there with my wife, and it was her first time in the U.

  • E.

  • So I might talk about how it was interesting too.

  • Our first time.

  • Interesting to kind of relive that through her eyes, I was able to relive old memories like I mentioned before, and also we were there during the celebrations for New Year's years 12 13.

  • So this would be what I would note very quickly to stream of thought.

  • Get this down on the paper.

  • And now I have several things that Aiken Aiken jump around to talk about.

  • If I start to lose my momentum now, another thing I encourage students to do, and you should be doing lots of practice of this, sort of noting within a minute because that's a really vital skill to have when you get into the examination.

  • Now, if you have, if you have maybe 10 seconds or 20 seconds left in your minute, try to think of certain academic vocabulary that you could apply to the answer.

  • So, for example, when I think of Dubai, I think of a place that's dynamic.

  • Okay, so I'm gonna note the word dynamic here because sometimes when we get into this speaking, we might forget to use economic vocabulary.

  • And if we could, you know what?

  • We have this free moment to kind of brainstorm.

  • If we could just note these these small vocab words, and then we can we can try to include them in our speaking as we're moving along.

  • So I might use the word dynamic.

  • Um, let's see.

  • Now, what else pops to into my mind s o If you look here renewing Visa, visiting friends, seeing, seeing no charges, renewing the visa, that's the primary reason I'm going.

  • So I might write the word primary just to remind myself to use it, maybe secondary and, um, now, memorable.

  • I have here 123 things.

  • So an academic way to say three things might be threefold.

  • Okay, so I'm very quickly just gonna note a few academic words that also popped in my mind when I look at my own notes here, and then I'm going to try to use these words in my response.

  • Okay, so now our minute is up and we are asked to deliver our talk.

  • So, um, I'm going to record myself a zay, deliver this, and afterwards we can go back and listen, and I'll point out a few of the ways that I lengthy ideas together.

  • And, you know, my strategy is just I'm gonna go through these questions one by one.

  • I'm just gonna state where I went to see what I did.

  • And then you stayed.

  • Why?

  • I traveled there and finally memorable.

  • I'm not gonna mix things up.

  • It'll some people might wanted time.

  • You know why you went there into where you went, for example?

  • I mean, I could start by saying I went to the u A.

  • E because I needed to renew my visa.

  • I could do that, but I don't want to.

  • I just want to go one by one, and that's fine.

  • And I'm gonna link them together using cohesive devices.

  • So this response should be pretty good, okay?

  • And so just to make it easier, I'm going to instead of page break, it's only one page.

  • Okay, so let's start the response.

  • I'm going to record it.

  • My wife and I went to the U A.

  • E in late December of last year.

  • We stayed in Dubai for several weeks, which I think is a very dynamic and exciting city.

  • While there, my wife and I visited several architectural wonders such as the Burj Dubai, which is currently the tallest structure in the world.

  • We also visited reclaimed land projects like the Palm Jumeirah.

  • We tried many wonderful Arabic foods like dolma.

  • Dolma is rice wrapped in grape leaves and soaked in vinegar.

  • It's very delicious because I used to live in Dubai.

  • We also spent time visiting my old friends and catching up with them.

  • And after this stretch of Dubai, we bust to the capital of the U.

  • A.

  • E Abu Dhabi and had a guided tour of a natural oasis, which was very charming.

  • Our primary reason for traveling to the U.

  • N.

  • G.

  • Was not leisure.

  • Actually, it was to renew our Katarina visas.

  • As with many countries, this renewal process and bowls leaving the host country and then re entering but catching up with friends and seeing how Dubai has changed since I was last, there were also parts of our part of our decision to go.

  • I suppose what made the trip most memorable is threefold.

  • For one, my wife had never been so.

  • It was great being a part of her first time to the A.

  • Secondly, as I mentioned, it was wonderful.

  • Revisiting several of my old haunts and witnessing firsthand how the country is developing and continues to develop.

  • And thirdly, oh never forgets the amazing New Year's Eve celebrations outside of the burst you buying?

  • There was a stunning fireworks display and loads of excited people.

  • It was a great time.

  • So that's our trip to the U.

  • A.

  • E.

  • In a nutshell.

  • Okay.

  • And that clocks in at just over a minute.

  • 50.

  • So that's about right.

  • And then your examiner would would likely start asking you questions.

  • And so if I was in the exam, my examiner would ask me, Oh, you know, tell tell him with the oasis, What what happened there?

  • And maybe can you elaborate a bit Maur on the friends that you had there?

  • What did you do with them?

  • These sorts of things So that the Examiner will try to try to spur a bit of a conversation there.

  • E used very specific examples.

  • So I talked about the Burj Dubai talks about the Palm Jumeirah, talked about that food dolma, and that helps too give a bit more of a a tangible heir to the answer.

  • And I think that in setting up a structure before you start to speak about certain things is helpful.

  • For example, when I was talking about renewing the visa and saying that this was the primary reason that we I went to the E.

  • This sets up a certain higher keen in the thought because then, of course, way stated, this is the most.

  • This is the reason we went.

  • There are also these subsequent reasons, which were also important, and I think that that gives the response of a sense of structure.

  • Now.

  • I used the part about it being memorable.

  • What made the trip memorable was three full, and then I went through the different reasons.

  • So it was my wife's first time, really, even memories.

  • It was New Year's 2013.

  • So I hope that that lesson and the breakdown of how to use that one minute was helpful.

  • Um, I would like to hear your responses to the same cue card.

  • So if you would like to come to else network dot com and deliver, deliver a recorded version of of your response, that would be great.

  • And I encourage you to use some of the linking phrases that I used in my response.

  • And perhaps also, you could use some of the key vocabulary that that I was suggesting here, for example, dynamic primary secondary threefold.

  • I think if you were to use these words.

  • It would, it would add some waits to your response as well.

  • I hope that video was helpful.

  • Thanks for watching and Heavenly State.

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