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Tuesday, April 4, 2017

IELTS Practice Questions (SPEAKING PART)

What do you do after work?
Do you prefer comfortable or good-looking shoes?
Do people own too many shoes?

Describe an enjoyable day spent in the countryside (You can use the sample answers below for the topic: “Describe an unforgettable experience you have had”.)

You should say:
When and where you went
Who you went with
What you did there
And explain why you think it was enjoyable
Do you think it is better to live in the countryside or in the city?
What are some of the challenges facing towns and cities?
What are the advantages of living in the countryside?
Do you think that people should have permission to build houses in the countryside?
  1. Where do you live?
  2. What do you like about your living area?
  3. How is the transportation there like?
  4. What kind of transportation is popular where you live?
  5. When you were a child, which activity you like best between painting and drawing? Why?
  6. Do you think children nowadays love painting or drawing? Why?
Describe a positive change in your life.
– What the change was about?
– When it happened?
– Why did the change happen?
– How did you feel your change in this time?
Follow up question: What changes do you want to make in your life?
  1. Do you think your country will be changed in the future? Why?
  1. Does technology make people change? Why?
– What is your full name?
– Can I see your ID?
– Where are you from?
– Do you work or study?

What do you do?
Do you enjoy your work?
Can you tell me something exciting about your town?
What do you like (most) about your hometown?

Talk about a science subject that you studied and liked.  
You should say:
– What is it?
– Why did you choose it?
– How can you use it in life?

Which subjects do you think should be optional and which should be compulsory?

What are the advantages of studying computing in high school?
How are educational priorities today different from those in the past?
What changes do you think will happen in the classroom in the near future?


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