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    Decoding Pronunciation in IELTS - IELTS Coaching in Dwarka | Delhi
    Fri, Jun 21, 2019

    Decoding Pronunciation in IELTS 

    If you have a plan to settle abroad or study abroad or work abroad and you are preparing for IELTS then you must know that there are four modules in IELTS – reading, writing, speaking and listening. Do you know how pronunciation affects your IELTS score? Learn from the best IELTS coaching in Dwarka. About one-fourth of your IELTS band score depends on your pronunciation.

    Despite having good English, you may score low in IELTS. You may be good at writing which means you can write essays, notes, emails, or anything else. You may use good vocabulary in writing to score high in writing module.

    But when it comes to speaking some candidates find it difficult scoring in this module for one reason – pronunciation. How do I identify if I have some issues with the pronunciation and how do I overcome it?

    There are three ways to identify this. One, ask some friends and be ready to get the candid feedback. Two, train yourself to identify your pronunciation faults and later on improve upon them. Three, come to the best IELTS coaching in Dwarka.

    Taking feedback from friends has its benefits and limitations. The benefit is that you get real-time feedback. But they can help generally in the first step of identifying if there is a gap. They may also offer some solutions but different people would offer different solutions and that may turn out to be disastrous and lead to confusions.

    The second solution is DIY, Do It Yourself. For a DIY solution you need to develop some expertise yourself. You may get some positive results with some DIY activities. We will give you one DIY tip for improving pronunciation. One mistake in pronunciation is wrong ‘word stress’. One word is made of some syllables. Let’s understand through some examples.

    ·         One syllable: air

    ·         Two syllables: water/ wa-ter

    ·         Three syllables: capable / ca-pa-ble

    ·         Four syllables: capacity / ca-pa-ci-ty

    While pronouncing a word, one syllable is spoken loudly and the other syllables quietly. In other words, stress is put on one syllable.

    ·         Water is pronounced as “WA-ter”

    ·         capable is pronounced as “CA-pable”,

    ·         capacity is pronounced as – “ca-PA-city”.

    Third is you can come and enroll in the best IELTS coaching of Dwarka and seek expert guidance.

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