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How can I develop speaking fluency to score high in IELTS?

by pardeep g. IELTS Coaching In Dwarka

In this series of blogs on building fluency for IELTS, we started the discussion on the basics of speaking fluency, its barriers and ways to overcome it. Please read the blog titled How can I develop speaking fluency to score high in IELTS? Part I. In this blog we will continue the same discussion on speaking fluency and discuss more aspects on the same.

This blog is about the original language of the thought. To be a fluent speaker you must think in English. But if your original thought process is in another language than English then you would have to do translation on a continuous basis. It breaks fluency.

Repetitions of words and phrases also break fluency. You might have noticed that some people keep repeating some phrases. At times repetition is required because the speaker wants to put stress on some phrases or words. That is a different case. But some people make it a habit. They unnecessarily repeat phrases. This generally happens due to the slow thought process and it hinders their fluency. Working on the thought process is a systematic task.

Excessive use of fillers is another form of fluency barrier. What are fillers? Fillers are like 'you know’, ‘umm….’, ‘well’, etc. sometimes fillers may work positively and help us fill the gap between two ideas. But their excessive use breaks fluency. The solution is recording your voice and measure the quantum of fillers. There is a similar barrier of taking repeated pauses. That also kills fluency.

Some IELTS candidates have the habit of making mistakes while speaking. Being aware of one’s mistakes is good. But correcting the mistakes every time kills fluency. It also kills confidence. What to do in such a case. I recommend seeking professional guidance I n this case. You can visit a professional coach at the best IELTS coaching center in Dwarka.

But, as mentioned in the first blog, speaking is not the only fluency that one should build to score high in IELTS exam. Upon hearing this the next reaction of the students is to know about other types of fluencies that are helpful in IELTS. In our upcoming blogs we will talk about these fluencies viz. writing, reading, and listening, required for IELST in detail and understand how to develop them. 

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