TOEIC Speaking Overview

TOEIC Speaking Overview:

The TOEIC Speaking Test prompts to complete 11 tasks that are spoken in about 20 minutes. Each part of the test measures various aspects of their ability to speak. You should try your best to use the full time given for each task.
It is highly recommended that you work with an experienced teacher or join a class to prepare for the TOEIC test to prepare for this test section.
TOEIC Speaking tasks are described below:
Read a Text (questions 1 and 2)
You only need to read aloud a test that appears on the screen. You will receive two scores on this task: one for the pronunciation and intonation for stress. You have 45 seconds to prepare and 45 seconds to speak.
Describe a Picture (question 3)
You have to describe an image displayed on the screen with as much detail as possible. The use of grammar, vocabulary and cohesion will be tested. You have 30 seconds to prepare and 45 seconds to speak. Start with the description of the image as a whole (where, why) and then enter the smallest details (who, how, what kind, how many, etc..) Say the obvious, and try to cover everything you can, keeping your accent clear and stable. Emphasize all critical words in fact shown in the picture.
Question Answer (4,5,6)
You must answer three questions about a single topic, with no preparation time. Questions 4 and 5, to speak for 15 seconds. In question 6, in which you speak for 30 seconds. For example: How often do you go to the movies, what kind of movies do you like to watch, describe one of your favorite movies.
Responding To The Question With Information (7,8,9)
You must answer three questions based on a calendar of events will appear on the screen before. For example, we could demonstrate the scheduling of a conference. You have 30 seconds to read the information, which can remain in front of you at all times. Here are three questions to which you have 15 seconds each to respond. The questions will be as if receiving a phone call.
Propose a Solution (question 10)
You need to present a solution to a problem. You will hear a message left on an answering machine with a problem. You have 30 seconds to prepare a response and 60 seconds to show that you understand the problem and offer solutions.
Express an Opinion (Question 11)
You will be asked to give its opinion on an issue. You have 15 seconds to prepare and 60 seconds to speak.