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Mc IELTS TIPS

” Remember that you should use Fluency Markers to begin your answer to most questions on the IELTS Speaking Test. It is natural and how native English speakers actually speak.” claims by Gary Mccloud, founder of Mc IELTS English center.

Mọi người cùng học cách sử dụng Fluency markers đúng để bài nói được liên tục và liền mạch như một người bản xứ nhé!

 

To be honest/ I’m afraid/ Honestly

Use to show you are not proud of what you will say or that you will give a negative response.

E.g. To be honest, I don’t really like swimming.

 

Fortunately/ Unfortunately

Use to signal a positive or negative situation or condition.

E.g. I remember it rained heavily that day. Fortunately, I had my umbrella with me.

 

Actually/ In fact/ As a matter of fact

Use to express specific ideas or details.

E.g. I think Maroon 5 is really cool. In fact, I saw them in concert when I was a teenager.

 

However/ But

Use to signal a different idea or opinion.

E.g. Going to the beach is a lot of fun. However, I would rather explore a big city.

 

I suppose/ I guess

Use to indicate a thoughtful, but quick answer to a subject not thought of before.

E.g. I guess people watch TV because it is affordable and relaxing.

 

Supposedly/ Supposed to be … I’ve heard that/ Some people say that

Use to express what you have heard to be true, but do not know yourself.

E.g. Vietnamese food is supposed to be delicious, I’ve heard Vietnamese food is delicious.