The IELTS Speaking Test is a test of your ‘Proficiency of Speaking in English’ with the right pronunciation maintaining the correct grammatical application and a wide range of vocabulary. It’s always difficult for a candidate from a non-English speaking country to speak in fluent English with right pronunciation maintaining everything in mind during the test. As a matter of fact in order to maintain the right grammar and the right construction of sentences a candidate often subconsciously mispronounce words and entangled into his mother tongue bias, especially if he is from a non-English medium background. Hence its’ worthy to be mentioned that getting rid of mother tongue bias is not an easy task for anybody or everybody. In the case of a candidate, who has never studied in English and never mixed and mingled with English speaking friends its’ an uphill task to ‘shrug off’ his language bias. Such a candidate is usually born and brought up in a non-English-speaking environment.

So on and so forth. Students/Candidates are suggested not to get under the grip of fear, the more tensed on is, the more prone to commit mistakes he is. A candidate who panics is sure to make mistakes. In reality, candidates get panicked because the IELTS is not just another conventional exam. It is a totally different form of the exam to gauge a candidate’s ultimate proficiency in all forms of the English language. For example, in many non-English speaking countries, the English language is taught in schools or colleges is the ‘British English’. But in the case of the IELTS, if a candidate is heading for a north American country, he should be familiar with the north American accent and style. That is, In the listening and the speaking tests, he would be judged by how proficient he is in the ‘North American’ English. Similarly, a native speaker from the USA if wants to go to the U.K., he would have to listen, speak and write in British English. FindĀ Best IELTS Coaching in Hyderabad.