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PTE SPEAKING DESCRIBE IMAGE TIPS

PTE SPEAKING DESCRIBE IMAGE TIPS

PTE SPEAKING DESCRIBE IMAGE TIPS

Tips for describe image

I have seen that many students are facing problem in the Speaking module especially in  Describe Image. So for those students I have made some tips in which they can use  for describing an image.

Do not panic or stress in this question. You can easily crack this nut.
Try to make things simple and clear.
Please, don’t stress or put emphasis on vocabulary and grammar, specifically in this task.

How to describe bar graph:

For a bar graph, having more information, use the following technique:
The bar graph shows ——-(title of graph)
in millions/percentage etc (unit of provided graph). It is clear from the bar graph that highest—-is observed for —— followed by second highest percentage of ——–, while an equivalent———–of—– is found for ——– and ——-.However,  a lowest——- of —- is recorded for———.
For a bar graph, having less information, explain each point step by step. Make things easy and clear for yourself.

How to describe line graph:

The line graph describes——- in ——–.It is clear from the graph that—— remains constant/slight change/increase/decrease from ———year to ——-year, while from ——–year to ——–year, there is a significant rise/fall/upsurge/decline/increase/decrease in it.
How to describe a diagram:
The diagram shows———.The initial stage is ——-followed by——-, which is———-, then modified into——-, the next step is ——– , which gives rise to——, and then finally it’s modified/converted/transformed into——-.

PTE SPEAKING DESCRIBE IMAGE TIPS

How to describe a picture:

The picture shows———-which consists of———-.
(Whatever you face or notice in the picture explain it straight away without taking into account the grammar and vocabulary, as you will end up committing mistakes at the end).
While speaking, don’t think about which words to use to link the information with words. Just keep on speaking. Don’t speak off the topic.

How to describe a pie chart:

The pie chart describes———-. A highest proportion of —-% is found for —–, followed by second highest proportion of —%, an equivalent % of —– and —- is observed for ——-and ——, while a lowest —–% of —— is recorded for ——.
Please describe the graph using present tense. It doesn’t matter whether the graph is from future or past perspective because if you do so, then you will end up making the grammatical mistakes.

 

PTE SPEAKING DESCRIBE IMAGE TIPS

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