If you want to learn what words and phrases to use when talking about your hometown, then you definitely should read this article. There is also a number of examples articles, podcasts and video of how native-speakers talk about their hometown and what are words which they use. In the end of the article, there is also quick links to a few most helpful lessons from professional teachers who gave their answers to help IELTS candidates with this topic. What is Your Hometown Famous For? Which is the best rephotography picture of your hometown?
Topic: Talk about your hometown
Talk about your hometown - IELTS ORACLE
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IELTS Speaking Test Part 2: Describe your Hometown
I am born and brought up in Chandigarh so my hometown is Chandigarh only. It is also known as the city beautiful Chandigarh and is a union territory in India that serves as the capital of the two neighboring states of Punjab and Haryana. The city is unique as it is not a part of either of the two states but is governed directly by the Union Government , which administers all such territories in the country. Chandigarh is located near the foothills of the Sivalik Range of the Himalayas in northwest India. The master plan of the city was prepared by Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier.
This post will introduce you to lot of higher-level vocabulary related to the topic of hometown. One of the four scoring categories that IELTS examiners use to acesss your speaking skills is lexical Resource , which means you will be assessed on your ability to use a wide range of vocabulary in the right context and with the correct meaning. So, if you can show the examiner that you are confident using this unique and interesting vocabulary, you will be more likely to get a 7 or higher band score. Now, let's watch the video below to learn all interesting vocabulary and idioms about hometown. Well, I live in Toronto, which is a quite cosmopolitan city in Canada.