Speaking question 6 asks for you to summarize a lecture that you’ve taken notes on. Most students fear this question. However, this question doesn’t have any surprises if you’ve already studied the listening section. In the listening section, you should have ample practice taking notes on the lectures. In fact, these lectures are much longer on average than the lectures in the speaking section. Both sections follow the same lecture structure which basically imitates the structures of any reading passage in addition to the structure of the writing response that you’re expected to write for writing question 2. Since you need to listen for the main points in speaking question 6, you need to be aware of two structures. Either a main point will occur before reasons, details, and examples, or it will occur after them. Also, the speaking question only demands that you get the main points, but the listening section requires you to take more detailed notes for the variety of questions you will have to answer.
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