By John Kenmuir
Recently, IELTS has become one of the major language tests worldwide. As a result, markets have appeared, both virtually and in the physical world, to cope with demand. Websites that post sample Speaking questions and IELTS training centres have grown exponentially. These centres may or may not have knowledge of or experience with the exam, but too often they don't.
The centres tell the candidates what they want to hear, so that students won't go elsewhere.
For many candidates, rote memorization is the standard teaching methodology . . .
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