Here are some useful things to do in a PTE Speaking Read Aloud test that we learnt from our real experiences:
- Improve your listening: There are loads of English sources that you can practice this skill. For example: podcast, audio books, news, radio shows, talk shows like TED Talks
- Speak clearly: There is no need to rush, after listening to the audio, calmly repeat it. This will make your speech be easier to be heard fully and correctly.
- Practice speaking with a partner: Having a conversation with a partner who is good at speaking English helps a lot at practicing using grammar, vocabulary or even adjusting your accent and intonation. If possible, Practice with a native speaker will do even more good!
- Remember the words in “chunks”: Usually, it is harder for non-native students to remember a whole long sentence. Try break down the sentence in smaller groups to remember them easier.
That’s it, good luck on the test!
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