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Efonfire | IELTS Preparation Part 2: Expressions for talking about likes and dislikes

Food around the world

Eating is the best part of the day for some people And everyone has to eat in order to live. Before we start, let's think about the question, "How much do you know about food in different countries?" People in different countries cook various kinds of food. Their cuisines are influenced heavily geographically and the kind of climate they have. South Koreans love to have pickles on their dishes. Thai's enjoy spicy food. Their curries can be really spicy. The Japanese prefer having raw food and seafood. Italians love to  have pizza and pasta in every meal The British love fish and chips. Hot dogs and fast food are American's traditional food. Some Americans have sandwich and coffee for lunch. Most Europeans have nutritious breakfast such as wheat bread, Juice, milk, and bacon. So, in this article, we learned about foods from around the world.

IELTS Speaking Test Preparation: The introduction

Today's lesson, We're going look at Part 1 of the IELTS Speaking Test which is the introduction. This part of the Test is 4 to 5 minutes in length and has two sections, the introduction and the interview.
To begin with, the examiner starts the recording device to record the test. After that, you and the examiner introduce yourselves.
The examiner asks you your name, where you are from, and also asks to see your identification. After the introduction, the interview part begins. In this part, you have to answer some questions;
Firstly about familiar topics such as your hometown or your work or study. The examiner then moves on to ask you questions on topics which could include for example, food, your free time, or movies or music, or maybe holidays or festivals. Overall though, the questions are about you and your life experiences.