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PTE Speaking Describe Image Tips

PTE Speaking Describe Image TipsPTE Speaking Describe Image Tips

PTE Speaking Describe Image Tips

Many students think that speaking section is very difficult but they don’t know that it is the easiest part of the test because all information already in front of your eyes and you have to speak only for 40 seconds.

In speaking section, the describing image appears mostly in six type graph.

  • LINE GRAPH

  • BAR GRAPH

  • TABLE CHART

  • MAP

  • FLOW CHART

  • DIAGRAM

Students don’t create fear in your mind that image shows more data and it’s hard to describe But its depend upon you how you covers data in 40 seconds.

BAR GRAPH:-

In a long year, time/bar graph shows the more data. In this situation, students can cover data including 3 to 4 lines data or years together.

Explain increasing, decreasing, fluctuating or ups and downs pattern. In last you can cover important points like data (%, thousands and more).

 

PIE CHART:-

Sometimes in the exam, Student face two pie charts and get nervous. Don’t get nervous. Mostly in that type of charts have similar data or few different things or data such as percentage difference. for example….

In pie charts, industry growth difference was 2 percentage in both years.

MAP:-

In the case, students can always explain map in directions like north side, east side, south side, west side, northeast side, southeast side, southwest side or northwest side. Don’t try to explain east north side, east south side, west south side and west north side that is totally wrong and you will get zero marks.

FLOW CHART:-

Flow chart should be explained in a passive way and start explaining from the first point than end or at last point and some flow charts process never end

PICTURE:-

Picture explanation is very easy and we will provide you some lines that can cover full picture.

  1. beautiful view
  2. Day timing
  3. building structure
  4. type of building
  5. Pearsons go there and where
  6. lights on or off
  7. type of place
  8. number of building

 

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