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Ielts Speaking Model: Concentration - Part 1

Updated on June 14, 2013

Ielts Speaking Model: Concentration - Part 1

IELTS(International English Language Testing System) is the world's leading test of English for higher education, immigration and employment. Below are some sample questions and model answers for the topic ‘Concentration'

Is it important to focus on things?

Absolutely! For some cases it may be vital such as concentrating in a test, if you don't focus you could make silly mistakes. Doing things without paying attention could be dangerous.

When do people need to focus?
I guess when people are working, for example if a doctor is doing an operation a slight mistake might be vital to the patient. Also if a person is taking a test obviously they should concentrate or they might make mistakes.

Is it easy to concentrate on things?
In my opinion it really depends. If a person is doing something which they are fond of then I guess that it's quite easy to focus. Whereas in contrast if it's a really boring activity than obviously it may be a little difficult to pay attention on the task.

Can people focus on two different things at the same time?

It depends on the task. If the 2 activities are things such as speaking and walking or driving and listening to the radio it is definitely possible. However doing things like dong homework and talking on the phone may be quite difficult for most people.


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