Grammar in IELTS Speaking
Hi IELTS Buddy,
This is Jane from China. I am here to ask for some suggestion and advice from you.
I am currently majoring in English as a freshman in university and I have a good command of English. I rank in top 3 among my fellow students in my major. So without question I can use English to express myself fluently and easily.
My question is when taking the speaking test in IELTS should I use some complicated and high-level grammar to let the examiners know that I am fluent and I am very good at English?
Is grammar in IELTS speaking playing an essential role in the test?
My second question is that I don't have many chances to speak to native foreigners in my campus which is a shortcoming of my university.
But what if I wanna practice speaking English and do you have any advice on practicing speaking for IELTS on one's own?
I would appreciate your sincere help.
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