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In part 1 of the speaking test, the examiner will introduce himself or herself and then ask you questions based on your background and daily life. You will be judged based on your speaking abilities. For Band 9 Sample Answers of Part 1,2,3 topics in , click the link below:. The table below contains the part 1 topics of the speaking test from Jan-May You will also find the questions based on part 1 pertaining to each topic below. Yes, I like eating cakes, but my dentist keeps saying that I ought to try to wean myself from sugary foods to protect my teeth.
Hi, I'm Liz. After you have finished your test, listen to the model answers below or read the answers by looking at the transcript. Here is some paper and a pen. I went to a small village in a coastal region called Cornwall. I went with my parents who had never been to this area of England before. Anyway, Cornwall is quite far from where we live so we decided that it would be better to fly there rather than take the car. The roads and traffic are notoriously bad in that part of England.
Hi, I'm Liz. IELTS speaking part 1 topics and questions. Prepare for your test by developing ideas for topics and practicing answering questions. A face to face interview with the examiner minutes. Below is a list of topics and questions that the examiner can ask you in part 1 of the IELTS speaking test.
I have lots of practise questions ready for you to work with, including 30 mock tests like this:. Part 1. Do you enjoy celebrating your birthday? What did you usually do on your birthday when you were a child? Do you think the price of a present is important? Do you like the age you are now? Part 2.
There are 3 parts to the Speaking test. The examiner will ask you general questions about yourself and a range of familiar topics, such as home, family, work, studies and interests. This part lasts between 4 and 5 minutes. You will have 1 minute to prepare before speaking for up to 2 minutes.
Cue Card Part 2 Describe a place in your city that you would like to visit You should say: — where it is — what people do there — how you know it — and explain why you want to go there. I would love to talk about a place in London. He apparently got refused for entering this venue because of his looks. I think they also might hold private events and parties. I know about these gardens because my mum went there a few times when she lived in London.
These are provided so you can see the kind of questions you may get and possible ways to answers them. They will also give you ideas of the sorts of things you can talk about. They are not here for you to try and learn them to use in the test because that won't help you. Firstly, although there are common topics that come up, they can all vary slightly, so if you give a learned response you may not answer the question.
The time will be strictly controlled in this part.