Welcome to My Ultimate IELTS Speaking Fluency Playlist

Here you will find all of my tips and tricks for achieving a higher score in your IELTS speaking exam.

IELTS Speaking Fluency Hack #1

There is one question that is common to all IELTS speaking tests, so in this lesson, I am going to share with you an easy and simple way that you can improve your fluency, vocabulary and grammar scores in the test by answering just one question.

If you understand what this question is, then it is very easy to prepare an answer that will score high for Fluency, Vocabulary & Grammar.

This simple IELTS speaking hack is easy to use and is guaranteed to make your examiner think you have a high level of fluent English language skills.

Expand Your Answers

In your IELTS, or TOEFL and Cambridge exams, it is important to say more, so that you can demonstrate your English fluency and vocabulary skills.

This is a very simple technique that you can use to help you say more, to give more details, in a fluent and natural way.

Relative Pronouns are easy to use and understand and they can really add extra meaning and emphasis to your answers.

You can use this technique for any occasion when you want to impress others with your English speaking skills, sound fluent and use more vocabulary.

Linking Past, Present & Future Tenses

In this lesson, I will show you how easy it is to expand your answers for IELTS speaking exams using a simple technique of linking the Present to the Past and the Future.

I will show you an easy way to quickly become more fluent and to get a better score in your IELTS speaking exam. You will instantly sound more confident and natural in English, by linking what you are saying to the Past and the Future.

Never Be Lost for Words Again

If you could put your ideas into a box, then each side of the box could represent a different way to view its contents.

This is the simple, but extremely effective method of cubing.

Each side of the box represents one of the core questioning words:

Who, What, Why, Where, When & How

These 6 simple words can allow you to expand what you want to say and help you to demonstrate more vocabulary and fluency skills. This is an ideal technique for IELTS exams, where you have to expand your answers, but you can also use it in any other situation where you need to speak more.

Learn Faster & Recall Easier

Today, I want to share with you some of the brain training exercises I use to help me learn things faster and be able to remember and recall them later.

A healthy mind needs a healthy body, and just as physical exercise is good for the body, it is also good for the brain.

Watch and learn about activating the Right & Left parts of your brain to help you learn a language, or anything, easier.

Learn to be SUAVE

Do you want to learn new vocabulary, phrases, or even grammar quicker?

Try this technique and see how it quickly improves your ability to recall new languages easily.

A Faster & Better Way to Take Notes

Learn to study faster and more efficiently, and remember more! I will show you my favourite system for taking notes to help you to become a better active listener. I’ll explain how to use this method and show you an example of it. This method will help you if you are learning a language, or if you attend meetings, conferences.

How To Use Transitions & Conjunctions

This is especially important for Writing & Speaking exams. You must present your information logically to maximise your fluency score in IELTS and other English exams.

Understanding what logical flow actually means and doing it can be tricky. However, here I will show you a simple way to help you think about the information you are presenting (Speaking or Writing) simply by asking yourself some simple questions.

How To Train Yourself To Remember Words Quickly

This technique is not about being perfect, it is about having the ability to recall and use the vocabulary that you have studied already, but you just can't remember it when you need it most.

Don't aim for perfection, just aim to get better each time you use this method. Remember to keep a record of your score so that you can compare and see your progress over the weeks and months ahead.

Learn New Vocabulary & Prepare to Speak on Any Subject

In this tutorial, I will share with my strategy for learning new vocabulary and preparing yourself to speak on many different subjects that you may be asked about in an IELTS speaking exam.

You can also use this strategy to learn about any new topic for any exam.

Imitation & Self Speak Methods

Use Imitation to help you practice and improve speaking on your own.

Learn how to use Imitation effectively in this tutorial and watch until the end to find out how Self Speak can help you get even better results even quicker.

Stop translating and become more fluent by thinking in English

Learning how to think in English is a fluency skill that you should begin learning from the beginning. Don't waste another day, start to THINK in English now.

In this lesson, I will share with you my strategy for thinking in English that will help to increase your fluency when speaking.

A Natural Fluency Skill for IELTS Speaking That You Might Not Expect

Asking questions is not a skill most IELTS students practice as it is not a skill required in the exam.

However, Question Tags are a very natural way to express emotions such as surprise, excitement and enthusiasm.

So, in this lesson, I am going to ask you to Practice and Use just 1 question tag in your IELTS Speaking Exam.

Watch the video to find out which it is and why.

Learn some interesting ways to use inversion for IELTS

We use Inversion to create simple questions, but you can use Inversion in some really cool ways to add emotion and emphasis to your speech. In this lesson, I will show you how to use Inversion with Conditionals, Negative Sentences and How to Express Excitement.

Connected Speech Secrets and how to use them

"Native English speakers talk too fast and I can't understand them!"

This is a complaint that I hear all the time. As a native speaker of English, I use relaxed speech or connected speech to make it easier to pronounce whole phrases and sentences.

This can be confusing for learners because the sounds of speech are different from the way individual words are pronounced.

My Top 5 Phrasal Verbs for IELTS

Phrasal verbs are great for impressing examiners in speaking exams such as IELTS. However, as well as learning them, you also need to use them correctly, within a context and also choose the CORRECT TENSE.

Remember that Phrasal Verbs can be used in the PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE.

Here I will show you how to use my TOP 5 Phrasal Verbs for IELTS speaking in the best ways to impress and improve your Fluency Scores.


With this technique, you can learn to fluently and confidently talk about any subject in an IELTS speaking exam.

With this storytelling technique, you will learn how to tell a story that relates to any subject you have been asked to talk about easily and fluently. Plus, because you have prepared your story in advance, you know the grammar, tenses and vocabulary you are going to use to achieve maximum results.

This IELTS speaking fluency strategy is guaranteed to impress your IELTS examiner.

Identifying and Non-identifying Relative Clauses

Using Relative Clauses in your IELTS Writing is a good way to show your FLUENCY skills. However, you MUST use them correctly, so you need to know how and when to use them.

In this lesson, I will show you how to use them correctly and how to identify which type of Relative Clause you should be using.


In this video lesson, I discuss what Chunks of language are and why they could be the most important skill you need in order to become a fluent speaker of English.

You will learn what Chunks are, how to use them and why they will make you the most fluent speaker in your office so that you can impress your boss the next time you have to do a presentation.

How to become fluent in English?

In this video, I will share with you my secret method to becoming FLUENT IN ENGLISH.

Number 1 - Make it FUN to learn English

Number 2 - Do it REGULARLY

Number 3 - Get a MASSIVE amount of INPUT

Number 4 - CREATE a SYSTEM that works for you

Reading skills that can enhance and improve your fluency

I use these 2 techniques to help me improve my Italian language skills and go from an intermediate user to an advanced user.

The first thing I talk about is my trusty Pocket Dictionary. I never go ANYWHERE without it, because it is full of new vocabulary which helps me use it more fluently when I need it.

Adverb & Adjective Word Combinations

Sound instantly more natural and fluent by using this Absolutely Fabulous method of combining Adverbs and Adjectives to create amazingly sounding phrases in English.

Never use Very again when describing your experiences.

Follow these simple steps and become fluent in English

In this video, I will share with you the SECRET to achieving fluency in English. Just follow these 4 simple steps:

STEP 1: Expose yourself to English every day.

STEP 2: Learn the top 1000 most useful words.

STEP 3: Practice as often as possible.

STEP 4: Have patience.

Use Intonation to easily turn any statement into a question

Become more fluent when asking questions by learning to use your Intonation to make asking questions simpler and more enjoyable.

You can become an expert at asking questions simply by using word and sentence stress to create a question to help you:

Express Surprise at a situation.

Express doubt about a statement.

Or to Clarify information.