CELPIP Speaking Tips. Practice speaking about uncomfortable topics!

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About the CELPIP Speaking Tasks

You will complete the CELPIP speaking tasks on a computer. You will wear headphones and talk to a computer.

There are 8 CELPIP Speaking Tasks:

* advise a person about something – 90 seconds
* describe an important event in your life – 60 seconds
* describe a picture – part 1 – 60 seconds
* describe what might happen in the picture – part 2 – 60 seconds
* compare two things – 60 seconds
* resolve a difficult situation – 60 seconds
* express your opinion – 90 seconds
* describe an unusual situation – 60 seconds

CELPIP Speaking Task 1 – Giving Advice

To prepare for CELPIP speaking task 1 you should practice offering advice about things like:

* losing weight
* studying abroad
* getting a job
* learning to drive
* starting a new job
* exercising
* avoiding debt
* buying a gift
* etc.

CELPIP Speaking Task 2 – Talking about a Personal Experience

To prepare for CELPIP speaking task 2 you should practice talking about some important events in your life.

Consider events that made you feel :

* happy or exuberant
* determined or persistent
* courageous or ambitious
* compassionate or considerate
* resourceful or reliable
* practical or inventive
* etc.

CELPIP Speaking Task 3 and 4 – Describing a Scene and Making Predictions

To prepare for CELPIP Speaking task 3 and 4 you should practice speaking about pictures.

These are some links to pictures with a lot of activity for you to describe.

Market
Farm
Beach
Winter Activities
Camping

Practice describing the picture for one minute, then practice predicting what you think might happen.

CELPIP Speaking Task 5 – Comparing and Persuading

To prepare for CELPIP speaking task 5 you should practice comparing things and people around you:

* appliances
* instruments
* sports facilities
* houses
* apartments
* resorts
* hotels
* entertainment venues
* etc.

CELPIP Speaking Task 6 – Dealing with a Difficult Situation

To prepare for CELPIP speaking task 6 you should practice explaining why you think something is right. You could talk about: :

* why you won’t lend your car to someone with a drinking problem.
* why you shouldn’t lend money to someone without a job.
* why your friend shouldn’t marry his or her couch potato boyfriend or girlfriend.
* why you won’t lend your lawnmower to your neighbour.
* etc.

CELPIP Speaking Task 7 – Expressing Opinions

To prepare for CELPIP speaking task 7 you should practice expressing your opinion about subjects like:

* education
* family
* employment
* competition
* recreation
* infrastructure
* online shopping
* social media
* etc.

Talk about each of these subjects in terms of advantages and disadvantages.

CELPIP Speaking Task 8 – Describing and Unusual Situation

To prepare for  CELPIP speaking task 8 you should practice describing unusual situations:

* an unfamiliar game
* an unusual situation
* an odd picture
* an interesting pair of shoes
* a unique piece of furniture
* a strange building
* a crazy hairstyle
* etc.

Practice describing the picture to a friend or family member on the phone.

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CELPIP Speaking Tutor

Take a few speaking classes with a tutor and feel more confident about your speaking and getting a high score in the speaking tasks.

You can do your CELPIP Preparation online or you can work with a speaking tutor at our offices.

Call/text Angela 403-350-8709 for more information.

ESL Red Deer’s English Classes offer:

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IELTS Preparation Courses
IELTS Preparation Online
IELTS Tips
IELTS Topics
IELTS Tasks
IELTS Writing Correction
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Please call/text Angela at 403-350-8709 for more information.

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CELPIP Preparation

CELPIP Preparation Courses
CELPIP Preparation Online
CELPIP Tips
CELPIP Topics
CELPIP Tasks
CELPIP Writing Correction
CELPIP YouTube

Please call/text Angela at 403-350-8709 for more information.

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