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National Geographic LIFE Beginner Level
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CHAPTER ONE 第一課 HELLO

GRAMMAR: 語法
a / an
I + am, you+are
he/she/it
my, your

VOCABULARY 詞彙
jobs工作, the alphabet字母, countries國家 and nationalities國籍, continents大陸
Word focus重點詞彙: from由, numbers數字 1-10, greetings見面打招呼

REAL LIFE 真實生活 (FUNCTIONS) 情景練習
personal information (1) 個人資料
meeting people 與人會面

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Ch 24. Where are you going?
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街上遇見朋友,問他去哪裏?

學習範圍:

在街上遇見朋友的對話。

好去處的地方名

怎樣去一個地方

基本“去”的動詞+ 地方 的句子運用

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Grammar In Use 01- Present Tense 現在式
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自學英語, 從此不再沉悶枯燥。我們的課程能:

  1. 抓住你的專注力。 每個視頻/課點, 約3分鐘。一般成人的學習最高的專注力就是開始的3分鐘。
  2. 7×24學習。課程內容,隨時學習,亦可以重覆觀看視頻, 加深記憶。
  3. 鞏固記憶。 多元化練習題, 隨時學習,有進度記錄。你可清楚知道你學到哪裡,還差什麼。
  4. 導向式學習模式。我們課程分類清晰,可選擇需要學習內容。 或通過我們的測試, 能指向需要學習題目。懂的就可以跳過。輕鬆簡單。
  5. 如有需要,我們的導師團隊,亦可以隨時恭候訂課。每節爲15分鐘, 通過電話,視像網課, 更適合繁忙人士或不同學習需要。

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New test h5p
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0 Level English Online Course
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零基礎 – 不知不覺學英語 – 網上自學課程

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0 Level English
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零基礎 – 不知不覺學英語

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Placement Test – beginner (1)初級英語程度-移民英語篇測試
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EDC 初級英語課程分爲五個程度:

  1. 零基礎 – “0” 程度,從零階段開始。
  2. 假零基礎 – 學過幾年英語,只能“看懂(read)”一些詞彙 。在第一階段的測試約低於60%的合格率。
  3. 初底級程度: 能看懂及能應用最基本20-50個的英語詞彙和一些句子。能超過第一階段的60%。到達第二階段的低於50%的合格率。
  4. 初級程度:能運用基本的詞彙和句子。 第二階段能達到70%的合格率。但低於第三階段的80%。
  5. 初高級程度:日常生活的英語詞彙和句子都能合理地表達。達到移民英語的水平。

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Test – Syntax 1
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Course – English for beginner 初級(1)
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第一課,自我介紹的簡單用法。再配合“見面打招呼” 的輔助教材,在課堂上就能快速的與老師練習真實對話。

Ch.1-50 課,爲初級程度的第一套教材。適合零基礎或想從頭開始學習學生。本課程必須要配合EDC的老師指導下,才能發揮最大效益。

課程的編排都是通過精心安排與我們的教程配合而成的。

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動詞短語 – Chapter 1: HAVE
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背誦1000個單字
不如記100句短語

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Placement Test – 動態式英語測試系統:英語初級
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本測試系統專為初級英語學習者設計的動態式測試。能有效而快捷地測試到學生的整體英語能力。從而針對式的進行補充練習而不需要“艱苦地”重新學起, 浪費時間。

系統共分爲22大類項目,115個單元組成。本來想要300-400小時的上課時間,能有效縮短到 60-100小時。

適合以下三種類型學生:

  1. 能用英語正常溝通,但會發現在所說或寫的英語句子上,有很多錯誤,希望有系統地重新學習。找外籍導師又不能正常溝通。
  2. 學了英語多年,但還是不能有效率運用“日常英語”,最明顯的是:明明明白對方說的英語(或猜到),就是不知道,或不確定怎樣回答,到最後只能用簡單單字或短句回答(能聽不能講)。很多時亦會會錯意,搞出一些笑話。
  3. 英語基礎差,從零開始,又覺得太容易。初級班又覺得太難或太悶。

不適合零基礎學生,此類學生, 我們EDC有另外一套實用英語課程,只需要通過EDC的獨家教學法,學好500個單字, 等於傳統課程5000個單字。

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Course – Grammar for Survival English
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指向性英語網上課程

本課程專為成年人而設的英語課程。以語法爲中心,共由115個單元組成,每個單元分別論述一個語法點。

“目錄” 中列出了各單元所含內容,不一定需要從頭到尾依次學習,依需要而行。是一種嶄新的學習模式。

專為香港人而設的英語教材。配合EDC 獨創的互動式指向測試系統。用短短的15分鐘的評核,能明確指向學生需要學習的單元部分。本來需要200-300小時的從頭到尾傳統教學,能有效縮短到60小時。再配合EDC的面授教學法。更能用最短的時間,達到日常英語的水平。

例如,對現在完成時(I have been, he has done等)有疑問或做指向性測試時不合格,我們提供鏈接指向所屬單元例如:Units 15-20, 隨後進行與現在完成時相關的各個語法點的學習。省時省力。

適合程度:

學生程度學習階梯
零基礎 – “0” 程度,從零階段開始。可從第一課順序學起, 但必須要配合EDC合格導師指導。
假零基礎 – 學過幾年英語,只能“看懂(read)”一些詞彙 。可從第一課順序學起, 但必須要配合EDC合格導師指導。
初底級程度: 能看懂及能應用最基本20-50個的英語詞彙和一些句子。可通過我們EDC指向性測試開始嘗試, 知道自己需要從那一課開始。大部分時間需要導師協助。
初級程度:能運用基本的詞彙和句子。學生可以按照指向性測試開始,明白自己的不足,自我檢討學習。導師可提供口語練習, 増強會話能力。
初高級程度:日常生活的英語詞彙和句子都能合理地表達。學生通過指向性測試,發現不被發現的英語缺點,從而自我優化。可配合導師的口語練習,在最短時間達到能聽能講的水平。

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IELTS-G 13 Test 1 Reading and Listening
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What is the IELTS Test?
IELTS = International English Language Testing System. It is the world’s biggest English
language test with test centres in most countries. This means it is a test which accepts
international English, not only British English.
There are four parts to the IELTS test:
■IELTS Speaking – a face to face informal test with an examiner which lasts between 11 and
14 mins and is made up of 3 parts. All IELTS candidates take the same test.
■ IELTS Listening – a 30 minute audio recording with 40 questions. All IELTS candidates take
the same test.
■IELTS Reading – 3 reading passages with 40 questions which lasts for 1 hour. This test is
divided into Academic and General Training papers.
■IELTS Writing – this is divided into task 1 and task 2. Task 1 Academic is a short report of a
chart, graph, map table etc. Task 1 GT is a letter. Task 2 Academic & GT is a formal essay.
IELtS writing lasts for 1 hour in total. .
For more information about band scores, GT IELTS, computer IELTS etc see the TEST
INFC )RMATIC DN button on the RED MENU BAR at the top of the website. The Test Info FAQ
page will give you information about using capital letters, using highlighter pens etc – make sure you read that page.

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IELTS-G 13 Test 2 Reading and Listening
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What is the IELTS Test?
IELTS = International English Language Testing System. It is the world’s biggest English
language test with test centres in most countries. This means it is a test which accepts
international English, not only British English.
There are four parts to the IELTS test:
■IELTS Speaking – a face to face informal test with an examiner which lasts between 11 and
14 mins and is made up of 3 parts. All IELTS candidates take the same test.
■ IELTS Listening – a 30 minute audio recording with 40 questions. All IELTS candidates take
the same test.
■IELTS Reading – 3 reading passages with 40 questions which lasts for 1 hour. This test is
divided into Academic and General Training papers.
■IELTS Writing – this is divided into task 1 and task 2. Task 1 Academic is a short report of a
chart, graph, map table etc. Task 1 GT is a letter. Task 2 Academic & GT is a formal essay.
IELtS writing lasts for 1 hour in total. .
For more information about band scores, GT IELTS, computer IELTS etc see the TEST
INFC )RMATIC DN button on the RED MENU BAR at the top of the website. The Test Info FAQ
page will give you information about using capital letters, using highlighter pens etc – make sure you read that page.

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IELTS-G 13 Test 3 Reading and Listening
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What is the IELTS Test?
IELTS = International English Language Testing System. It is the world’s biggest English
language test with test centres in most countries. This means it is a test which accepts
international English, not only British English.
There are four parts to the IELTS test:
■IELTS Speaking – a face to face informal test with an examiner which lasts between 11 and
14 mins and is made up of 3 parts. All IELTS candidates take the same test.
■ IELTS Listening – a 30 minute audio recording with 40 questions. All IELTS candidates take
the same test.
■IELTS Reading – 3 reading passages with 40 questions which lasts for 1 hour. This test is
divided into Academic and General Training papers.
■IELTS Writing – this is divided into task 1 and task 2. Task 1 Academic is a short report of a
chart, graph, map table etc. Task 1 GT is a letter. Task 2 Academic & GT is a formal essay.
IELtS writing lasts for 1 hour in total. .
For more information about band scores, GT IELTS, computer IELTS etc see the TEST
INFC )RMATIC DN button on the RED MENU BAR at the top of the website. The Test Info FAQ
page will give you information about using capital letters, using highlighter pens etc – make sure you read that page.

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IELTS-G 13 Test 4 Reading and Listening
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What is the IELTS Test?
IELTS = International English Language Testing System. It is the world’s biggest English
language test with test centres in most countries. This means it is a test which accepts
international English, not only British English.
There are four parts to the IELTS test:
■IELTS Speaking – a face to face informal test with an examiner which lasts between 11 and
14 mins and is made up of 3 parts. All IELTS candidates take the same test.
■ IELTS Listening – a 30 minute audio recording with 40 questions. All IELTS candidates take
the same test.
■IELTS Reading – 3 reading passages with 40 questions which lasts for 1 hour. This test is
divided into Academic and General Training papers.
■IELTS Writing – this is divided into task 1 and task 2. Task 1 Academic is a short report of a
chart, graph, map table etc. Task 1 GT is a letter. Task 2 Academic & GT is a formal essay.
IELtS writing lasts for 1 hour in total. .
For more information about band scores, GT IELTS, computer IELTS etc see the TEST
INFC )RMATIC DN button on the RED MENU BAR at the top of the website. The Test Info FAQ
page will give you information about using capital letters, using highlighter pens etc – make sure you read that page.

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IELTS-G 14 Test 4 Reading and Listening
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What is the IELTS Test?
IELTS = International English Language Testing System. It is the world’s biggest English
language test with test centres in most countries. This means it is a test which accepts
international English, not only British English.
There are four parts to the IELTS test:
■IELTS Speaking – a face to face informal test with an examiner which lasts between 11 and
14 mins and is made up of 3 parts. All IELTS candidates take the same test.
■ IELTS Listening – a 30 minute audio recording with 40 questions. All IELTS candidates take
the same test.
■IELTS Reading – 3 reading passages with 40 questions which lasts for 1 hour. This test is
divided into Academic and General Training papers.
■IELTS Writing – this is divided into task 1 and task 2. Task 1 Academic is a short report of a
chart, graph, map table etc. Task 1 GT is a letter. Task 2 Academic & GT is a formal essay.
IELtS writing lasts for 1 hour in total. .
For more information about band scores, GT IELTS, computer IELTS etc see the TEST
INFC )RMATIC DN button on the RED MENU BAR at the top of the website. The Test Info FAQ
page will give you information about using capital letters, using highlighter pens etc – make sure
you read that page.

 

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IELTS-G 14 Test 3 Reading and Listening
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What is the IELTS Test?
IELTS = International English Language Testing System. It is the world’s biggest English
language test with test centres in most countries. This means it is a test which accepts
international English, not only British English.
There are four parts to the IELTS test:
■IELTS Speaking – a face to face informal test with an examiner which lasts between 11 and
14 mins and is made up of 3 parts. All IELTS candidates take the same test.
■ IELTS Listening – a 30 minute audio recording with 40 questions. All IELTS candidates take
the same test.
■IELTS Reading – 3 reading passages with 40 questions which lasts for 1 hour. This test is
divided into Academic and General Training papers.
■IELTS Writing – this is divided into task 1 and task 2. Task 1 Academic is a short report of a
chart, graph, map table etc. Task 1 GT is a letter. Task 2 Academic & GT is a formal essay.
IELtS writing lasts for 1 hour in total. .
For more information about band scores, GT IELTS, computer IELTS etc see the TEST
INFC )RMATIC DN button on the RED MENU BAR at the top of the website. The Test Info FAQ
page will give you information about using capital letters, using highlighter pens etc – make sure
you read that page.

 

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IELTS Academic 13-4 Authentic Test Reading+Listening
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What is the IELTS Test?
IELTS = International English Language Testing System. It is the world’s biggest English
language test with test centres in most countries. This means it is a test which accepts
international English, not only British English.
There are four parts to the IELTS test:
■IELTS Speaking – a face to face informal test with an examiner which lasts between 11 and
14 mins and is made up of 3 parts. All IELTS candidates take the same test.
■ IELTS Listening – a 30 minute audio recording with 40 questions. All IELTS candidates take
the same test.
■IELTS Reading – 3 reading passages with 40 questions which lasts for 1 hour. This test is
divided into Academic and General Training papers.
■IELTS Writing – this is divided into task 1 and task 2. Task 1 Academic is a short report of a
chart, graph, map table etc. Task 1 GT is a letter. Task 2 Academic & GT is a formal essay.
IELtS writing lasts for 1 hour in total. .
For more information about band scores, GT IELTS, computer IELTS etc see the TEST
INFC )RMATIC DN button on the RED MENU BAR at the top of the website. The Test Info FAQ
page will give you information about using capital letters, using highlighter pens etc – make sure you read that page.

 

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IELTS Academic 13-3 Authentic Test Reading+Listening
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What is the IELTS Test?
IELTS = International English Language Testing System. It is the world’s biggest English
language test with test centres in most countries. This means it is a test which accepts
international English, not only British English.
There are four parts to the IELTS test:
■IELTS Speaking – a face to face informal test with an examiner which lasts between 11 and
14 mins and is made up of 3 parts. All IELTS candidates take the same test.
■ IELTS Listening – a 30 minute audio recording with 40 questions. All IELTS candidates take
the same test.
■IELTS Reading – 3 reading passages with 40 questions which lasts for 1 hour. This test is
divided into Academic and General Training papers.
■IELTS Writing – this is divided into task 1 and task 2. Task 1 Academic is a short report of a
chart, graph, map table etc. Task 1 GT is a letter. Task 2 Academic & GT is a formal essay.
IELtS writing lasts for 1 hour in total. .
For more information about band scores, GT IELTS, computer IELTS etc see the TEST
INFC )RMATIC DN button on the RED MENU BAR at the top of the website. The Test Info FAQ
page will give you information about using capital letters, using highlighter pens etc – make sure
you read that page.

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IELTS Academic 13-2 Authentic Test Reading+Listening
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What is the IELTS Test?
IELTS = International English Language Testing System. It is the world’s biggest English
language test with test centres in most countries. This means it is a test which accepts
international English, not only British English.
There are four parts to the IELTS test:
■IELTS Speaking – a face to face informal test with an examiner which lasts between 11 and
14 mins and is made up of 3 parts. All IELTS candidates take the same test.
■ IELTS Listening – a 30 minute audio recording with 40 questions. All IELTS candidates take
the same test.
■IELTS Reading – 3 reading passages with 40 questions which lasts for 1 hour. This test is
divided into Academic and General Training papers.
■IELTS Writing – this is divided into task 1 and task 2. Task 1 Academic is a short report of a
chart, graph, map table etc. Task 1 GT is a letter. Task 2 Academic & GT is a formal essay.
IELtS writing lasts for 1 hour in total. .
For more information about band scores, GT IELTS, computer IELTS etc see the TEST
INFC )RMATIC DN button on the RED MENU BAR at the top of the website. The Test Info FAQ
page will give you information about using capital letters, using highlighter pens etc – make sure
you read that page.

 

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IELTS Academic 13-1 Authentic Test Reading+Listening
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What is the IELTS Test?
IELTS = International English Language Testing System. It is the world’s biggest English
language test with test centres in most countries. This means it is a test which accepts
international English, not only British English.
There are four parts to the IELTS test:
■IELTS Speaking – a face to face informal test with an examiner which lasts between 11 and
14 mins and is made up of 3 parts. All IELTS candidates take the same test.
1 IELTS Listening – a 30 minute audio recording with 40 questions. All IELTS candidates take
the same test.
■IELTS Reading – 3 reading passages with 40 questions which lasts for 1 hour. This test is
divided into Academic and General Training papers.
■IELTS Writing – this is divided into task 1 and task 2. Task 1 Academic is a short report of a
chart, graph, map table etc. Task 1 GT is a letter. Task 2 Academic & GT is a formal essay.
IELtS writing lasts for 1 hour in total. .
For more information about band scores, GT IELTS, computer IELTS etc see the TEST
INFC )RMATIC DN button on the RED MENU BAR at the top of the website. The Test Info FAQ
page will give you information about using capital letters, using highlighter pens etc – make sure
you read that page.

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IELTS-G 14 Test 2 Reading and Listening
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IELTS-G 14 Test 1 Reading and Listening
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Introduction

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is widely recognised as a reliable means of assessing the language ability of candidates who need to study or work where English is the language of communication. These Practice Tests are designed to give future IELTS candidates an idea of whether their English is at the required level.

IELTS is owned by three partners: Cambridge Assessment English, part of the University of Cambridge; the British Council; IDP Education Pty Limited (through its subsidiary company, IELTS Australia Pty Limited). Further information on IELTS can be found on the IELTS website www.ielts.org.

WHAT IS THE TEST FORMAT?

IELTS consists of four components. All candidates take the same Listening and Speaking tests. There is a choice of Reading and Writing tests according to whether a candidate is taking the Academic or General Training module.

The test components are taken in the following order:

The test components are taken in the following order:

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AUTHENTIC SPEAKING PART 1
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AUTHENTIC IELTS SPEAKING
Part One


資助詳情

IELTS Part One Demo

Below are 5 Dos and Don’ts to make sure that you start your Speaking test in the best possible way.

Speaking Part 1 lasts between 4-5 minutes and you will be asked questions about familiar topics, such as:

  • Your job/studies
  • Your family
  • Your home
  • Your hometown
  • Your hobbies

Notice that these questions are all about you. It is considered easier than the other two parts because it is much easier to talk about yourself than more abstract topics, but that doesn’t mean it is not important.

Below are 5 Dos and Don’ts to make sure that you start your Speaking test in the best possible way.

Do # 1- Know What to Expect

You will probably be a little nervous and you don’t want any surprises that will make you even more anxious, so you must be aware of exactly what will happen when you walk into the room.

Before Part 1 begins four things will happen.

  1. The examiner will introduce themselves and ask you what your name is. You can simply reply ‘My name’s _______’. Make sure that you use the contraction ‘name’s’ rather than ‘name is’. This will remind you to use contractions (e.g. I’m, We’d, they’ll) in the rest of the test.
  2. The examiner will then ask you ‘What can I call you?’. You can simply say ‘You can call me_______’. If you have an English name, it is fine to use it, but make sure that you pronounce it correctly. If you can’t say your own name properly, it does not create the best first impression. If unsure, just use your normal name.
  3. They will then ask you where you are from. Simply state “I’m from_____”. There is no need for you to give any extra information about your answers at this stage.
  4. The examiner will finally ask to see your identification. Show it to them and then the test can begin.

By knowing these four things will happen you will be more confident and start the exam well.

Do # 2- Create a Good First Impression

My students often ask me, if they smile, are friendly and give the examiner good eye contact, will they get a higher mark. The answer is no and yes.

There is nothing in the marking criteria which says that being nice, or looking the examiner in the eye will improve your grade. However, being confident helps you because it will have an effect on your answers.

If you look at the floor and give the impression that you would rather be anywhere in the world apart from in the room with the examiner, you will normally give very short monotone answers and this will lower your score.

However, if you are open and friendly with the examiner, you are more likely to give natural sounding answers.

Don’t overdo the eye contact thing. It feels really strange when someone looks you straight in the eye for 15 minutes. Pretend that you are having a normal conversation with a friend. If you were looking at the floor the entire time, a friend would ask you if you were OK. If you were staring them dead in the eye, they would get a bit freaked out.

Pretend it is just a normal conversation and you will be fine.

Do # 3- Pretend You’re Interested in the Questions

Let’s face it, most IELTS questions are really boring. If you listen to someone answer a boring question you will notice one thing- their voice is monotone i.e. it does not go up or down in pitch at all, it sounds very flat. If you speak like this you will get a lower mark for pronunciation because one of the crucial factors you will be tested on is intonation.

When native English speakers talk, their voice naturally falls and rises depending on how they feel about what they are saying.

Imagine you are late for class, you walk into the room and the teacher says to you in a falling tone ‘Sit down, please.’ They are probably telling you, through their intonation, that they are not very happy with your lack of punctuality. However, if they said it with a rising tone at the start, they would probably be telling you they don’t mind that you are late and are happy to see you.

Similarly, if you pretend that you are interested in what the examiner is saying your intonation should become more varied. However, be careful not to overdo it and make your voice really high, or really low because you will sound like a crazy person.

Listening to native speakers talk and copying their intonation will give you a good idea of what natural intonation sounds like.

Do # 4- Extend Your Answers

There is no set amount of words or sentences that you should use in Part 1.

They shouldn’t be too short because you want to show the examiner that you can actually use English, so ‘I’m a student.’ is not really long enough.

However, they should not be too long either, because Part 1 is on familiar topics (family, work, hobbies etc.) and you don’t normally talk for 2 minutes when someone asks you where you are from. Also, you will have lots of opportunities to give longer answers in Parts 2 and 3.

As a general rule, if you only give a single sentence answer, with a single clause like ‘I’m from Ireland.’, then your answer is too short. I also don’t think Part 1 answers should ever have more than three sentences. Somewhere in between is just right.

Do # 5- Practice

It is a very bad idea to prepare memorised answers before your speaking test, but because Part 1 is very predictable, you should practice the familiar topics mentioned above in number one.

Try recording yourself and then listen back and think about the following:

  1. Could you improve the vocabulary?
  2. Did you make any grammar mistakes that could be fixed?
  3. Did you speak fluently or did you speak at an unnatural speed?
  4. How was your intonation?
  5. Did you extend your answer enough?
  6. Did you speak clearly?

Try again and keep practicing until you are really confident about talking about the common topics.

Speaking part 1 Q&A short answers

IELTS Speaking Topics- Part 1

以上的問題和答案鏈接

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CEF Placement Test
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申請發還款項資格及手續

申請資格

  • 從未曾申請開立持續進修基金帳戶的申請人;或於2019年4月1日前已開立帳戶的申請人,不論其帳戶過去是否已結束,均可以就2019年4月1日或以後開課的基金課程申請發還款項。
  • 新的申請人可申領合共最多20,000港元的資助。已開立帳戶申請人可申領新增的10,000港元資助,以及原有的10,000港元資助中尚未申領的結餘(如有)。首10,000港元資助的學員共付比率(即學員本身需負擔的費用的百分比)為課程費用的*20%,而次10,000港元資助的學員共付比率則為課程費用的40%。

最新持續進修基金表格 [SFO 302 (2019)] 是一份合併表格,可同時處理開立持續進修基金帳戶及發還款項的申請。由 2019 年 4 月 1 日起,首次申請的人士,只
需在成功修畢持續進修基金可獲發還款項課程後填妥此合併表格,並遞交有關的證明文件,便可同時申請開戶及發還款項。此表格亦適用於之前
已開戶之申請人,單就發還款項而作出的申請。

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No One Tells You This Ielts
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  • 10分鐘 深入瞭解Listening 考題重點(視頻)
  • 考試重點結構 Section 1 – 4(視頻)
  • Section 1 專家與你一起做題(視頻)
  • Section 1 考試攻略(文字)
  • Section 1 挑戰真題

IELTS is So EASY

No One Tells You This

https://ielts.edc.edu.hk/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/ielts-Listening-Easy-intromusic2.mkv

Listening 課程簡介(文字)

  • 10分鐘 深入瞭解Listening 考題重點(視頻)
  • 考試重點結構 Section 1 – 4(視頻)
  • Section 1 專家與你一起做題(視頻)
  • Section 1 考試攻略(文字)
  • Section 1 挑戰真題


考試目的
IELTS Listening聆聽考試主要考核考生能否

  • 掌握獨白或對話重點和意義的能力
  • 了解講者觀點及取態的能力
  • 跟隨講者思路發展的能力

考試內容
考生將會聽到四段英語錄音,根據錄音內容回答一系列的問題。這些錄音全是母語為英語的講者錄制,但每位都具有不同的口音,以測試考生能否適應不同國家口音的能力。考試分為四大部分,難度由淺入深:

  • 第一部分: 與日常生活相關的二人對話,例如餐廳訂位的對話
  • 第二部分:與日常生活相關的獨白,例如以城市設施為題的演講
  • 第三部分:與教育或培訓相關、不多於四人的多人對話,例如教授與學生討論作業的對話
  • 第四部分:與學術題材相關的獨白,例如大學的講座

考試時間

  • 全卷約30分鐘,每部分的錄音只會播放一次
  • 另外給予考生額外的10分鐘去整理答案

考試題型
全卷共有40題,每部分10條題目,分別有:

  • MC題
  • 配對題
  • 填表題
  • 詞語填充題
  • 短答題

考試分數

  • 全卷共40分,即每題1分,根據答對題數按照1-9的等級給分

由於不同考試版本會出現微小的難度差異,因此IELTS為不同等級設定成績邊界,以求客觀反映考生的英語聆聽能力。以下為IELTS Listening試卷的分數換算表:

等級 答對題數
9 39-40
8.5 37-38
8 35-36
7.5 33-34
7 30-32
6.5 27-29
6 23-26
5.5 18-22
5 16-17

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Whole IELTS Online course 雅思資源課程
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Make IELTS so EASY 完全手冊

收錄網上資源,獨家祕笈,近期真題討論,精心編制

  • 精選視頻, 輕鬆學習。 聽說讀寫, 清晰分類。節省網上搜索時間。
  • 真題練習, 包括聽說讀寫,連Model Answers
  • 真題評分,包括Reading + Listening。 Speaking & Writing 可找IELTS 註冊考官評核(另外收費)
  • 針對學生的目前程度,提供足夠詞彙量達到目標分數
  • 針對學生英語能力,提供語法級英語教材,達到目標分數

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IELTS Open Source
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WE provide the best available YouTube material for students to get more information about the test.

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IELTS [SPEAKING] 雅思 精選视频
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PART 1-3

EDC 導師團隊,細心精選網上視頻,做了SPEAKING系列。省卻我們的學生尋找有用視頻的時間。視頻分為Part 1-3。 學生可以隨意來回觀看。用最短的時間總結雅思口語的要訣。

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IELTS-G 14 Test 2 Whole Test
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Introduction

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is widely recognised as a reliable means of assessing the language ability of candidates who need to study or work where English is the language of communication. These Practice Tests are designed to give future IELTS candidates an idea of whether their English is at the required level.

IELTS is owned by three partners: Cambridge Assessment English, part of the University of Cambridge; the British Council; IDP Education Pty Limited (through its subsidiary company, IELTS Australia Pty Limited). Further information on IELTS can be found on the IELTS website www.ielts.org.

WHAT IS THE TEST FORMAT?

IELTS consists of four components. All candidates take the same Listening and Speaking tests. There is a choice of Reading and Writing tests according to whether a candidate is taking the Academic or General Training module.

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IELTS-G 14 Test 1 Whole Test
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Introduction

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is widely recognised as a reliable means of assessing the language ability of candidates who need to study or work where English is the language of communication. These Practice Tests are designed to give future IELTS candidates an idea of whether their English is at the required level.

IELTS is owned by three partners: Cambridge Assessment English, part of the University of Cambridge; the British Council; IDP Education Pty Limited (through its subsidiary company, IELTS Australia Pty Limited). Further information on IELTS can be found on the IELTS website www.ielts.org.

WHAT IS THE TEST FORMAT?

IELTS consists of four components. All candidates take the same Listening and Speaking tests. There is a choice of Reading and Writing tests according to whether a candidate is taking the Academic or General Training module.

The test components are taken in the following order:

The test components are taken in the following order: