IELTS Speaking

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IELTS Speaking

Cambodian English students often complain that their English pronunciation doesn’t actually sound like English. But at least for smartphone users with bad pronunciation there is now less need to worry about being understood because they can boost their skills with the IELTS Speaking Practice – and study for the IELTS exams at the same time.

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The application – available for iOs and Android – contains more than 10 topics and over 200 questions which are often used in the IELTS tests. A;hough these are informal, they can help you answer questions in the test.

How it works: You record and play your answer and the app tells you if you pronounced it correctly.

If you keep practising regularly, it may be enough for you to pass an IELTS Speaking Test.

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