It’s an everyday situation we often encounter: mispronounce a word in a group of people that most of them know the correct pronunciation. In such a situation, you may face different reactions; some unintentionally condescending, some aggressively condescending, and or some tell you the correct pronunciation. But they can still be laughing inside.
The only way to not get into such a situation is to learn the pronounce the words correctly. Let’s find out the correct pronunciation of mispronounced brand names.
|Louis Vuitton||Loo-ee vee-ton||Loo-ee we-taahn|
|Yves Saint Laurent||Eves saint loh-rent||Eve san lo-ron|
There is nothing to be ashamed of about mispronunciation, as a language has evolved forever. Misspelled words often enter our world, and it becomes increasingly difficult to know what is right and what is wrong. There are some words in English that are difficult to pronounce. By checking our most commonly mispronounced 50 words article, you can see your mistakes before the test and learn the correct ones.
So, what kind of questions are asked in the Speaking test?
As with Writing Questions, IELTS Speaking topics include topics that most people can talk about. In the first part of the speaking test, questions about you are asked. These are everyday questions about your life. For example, questions might be about your school/job, family, clothes, favorite meals, or sports you do. So it’s easy to talk in the first part of the test, connecting with your personal experience and thoughts on general things.
The second and third parts of the Speaking test are more similar to Writing questions. The topics are about a little more about things outside your life but are better topics for discussion. So you can see some ideas that people often discuss. For example, you may be asked to talk about the best way to learn a new language, the advantages of walking compared to driving. Or you can compare online learning to face-to-face learning.