Monday, June 20, 2011

Buffetting: IELTS Speaking

They had a RECORDER.

Owh well, TOEFL recorded my speaking module anyway.

A nice Indian lady with Aussie accent, hey Pavithra K, reminds me of you!

Anyway, overall I would say I stumbled a lil at the beginning.

I couldn't find a word after "entertainment *beep*" for the reason I like Subang Jaya.

Next question was the oldest person I know.

Heck, who else other than the oldest in My family? My grandma man.

Towards the end, I think I did fine. No weird Chinese accent, no Lahs or Hors.

Thank goodness I pulled off my pronunciation, right after I said "yes-t", an extra T behind when the man asked me whether if I'm taking the speaking test.

Hopefully I can pull a 7.5 or 8.


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