Have you experienced a talk with foreigners easy? Was your comfort levelhigh during such conversations? The answer to this question is generally negative for many aspirants. Now just Imagine! You are in an English speaking country such as New Zealand or the UK or Canada for the purpose of study or work. At the university / workplace, there is interesting discussion is going on and you get a chance to make your point. How would you feel if the people say “Pardon me but I could not just understand what you just said, could you please repeat that!”? Such responses are indicators of the fact that you need to refine your speaking skills and align it to the internationally acceptable manner of speaking English. Your speaking accent may put you in an odd situation. In order to avoid such a situation, IELTS has been designed as a test of English proficiency assessment test so that the people who travel to English speaking nations are easily able to communicate and there are no barriers to communication.
Speaking is anessential component of the IELTS exam. As you know that IELTS speaking test is an assessment of your speaking capabilities. Whether you would be able to communicate your thoughts and opinions to others can be judged. It is essential because going to an English speaking nation would require you to have this ability.
The candidates approach us with queries such as “I speak English since my childhood. Do I also need special IELTS speaking training” or “I have already done an English speaking course; would I yet need to go through special IELTS speaking training?”?We make them understand the difference. The major difference between the two is internationally accepted manner of speaking. Let’s understand. Normally we converse with the people of the region we belong to and hence they are familiar with your speaking accent. Moreover, there is generally a similar accent used by people of a region. With this regional touch of the accent, we can easily communicate with people belonging to our region. They easily understand what we are speaking. The challenge here may not be your knowledge of English language but that of the accent.
The challenge may be to convey your ideas to people from different regions of the world. There is huge variation of dialects within India. Though there may be different dialects in the region, people recognize and can easily comprehend each other. But it becomes a deterrence in an international environment. The objective of IELTS speaking is to convey to an international audience. We are one of the best IELTS training centers in Subhash Nagar. Many IELTS aspirants who come from different regions of India have a regional touch in their dialect. The first task we do is - neutralize their regional accent. It helps in incorporating some universally acceptable accent.
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