Would you like to speak English more like a native speaker? The expressions below will help you to sound more native and to get a higher score in IELTS speaking.
How Native Speakers Actually Speak English
The following expressions are used by native speakers and C1 Advanced or C2 proficient speakers can use them to sound more native.
|To whizz down the lane||To move or go rapidly whilst making a loud humming or buzzing sound.||Emily listened to music whilst whizzing down the lane.|
|Cock-a-hoop||Very pleased and boastful.||Peter looked cock-a-hoop whilst eating his victoria sponge cake.|
|Country bumpkin||A person from the rural area of a country.||Tomas has lived in Devon for 25 years now, he is a country bumpkin.|
|Tickety-boo||Fine, okay.||Everything was tickety-boo.|
|Mizzly||To rain in very fine drops.||It was a grey mizzly day.|
|To lash down (idiom)||To rain heavily.||It was lashing down at the weekend.|
Can I use Wanna and Gonna in IELTS Speaking?
Yes, in part 1 and part 2.
Gonna and Wanna are contractions and in IELTS Speaking you can use contractions because they are a part of natural spoken English.
Listen to and read some examples below.
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