IELTS Speaking test in Nepal – January 2019



– What is your full name?
– Can I see your ID?
– Where are you from?
– Do you work or study?
– Where do you work?
– Describe your first day at work.
– Do you like your job?
– Do you prefer parks or gardens?
– Do you like to visit activity parks or natural gardens?
– Do you like to eat in restaurants?
– Do you like cooking?
– For most people cooking is a chore, why is that?
– What do you think about it?


Cue Card


Describe a multinational company that you know well. Please say

– What company is it?
– How did you know about it?
– Would you like to work there? Why?




– People say that large companies gain popularity faster than local businesses. Do you agree or disagree?
– Why do people want to work in large companies rather than in small ones?
– What kind of company would you choose? Why?


IELTS Speaking test in India – January 2019




– 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 like your job?
– Would you like to change it in the future?
– Do you think breakfast is important?
– Why do you think so?
– What do you usually have for breakfast?
– Do you think it is good for you? Why?


Cue Card


Describe a part of your country that you find interesting. Please say

– What and where is it?
– How do you know about it?
– What activities do people usually do there?




– What are main differences between places to visit and to live in?
– Why are people different in different parts of the same country?
– Is living in big cities different from living in the countryside?
– Is being well organised important for a big city?
– Don’t you think that extremely well organised cities are somehow boring?
– How is that related to city planning?


IELTS Speaking test in the UAE – January 2019




– What is your full name?
– Can I see your ID?
– Where are you from?
– Do you work or study?
– What do you do?
– Is there anything you want to change at your work place?
– Let’s talk about shoes.
– Do you like buying shoes?
– What do you prefer, comfortable or fashionable shoes?
– Did you ever buy shoes online?
– What was your experience?


Cue Card


Talk about an interesting person whom you never met and would like to meet one day. Please say

– Who is it?
– Why do you want to meet him/her?
– Why do you find him/her interesting?




– Let’s talk about different personalities.
– Can you judge someone’s personality according to their clothing?
– Can you develop your own personality?
– Is it an easy task for you? Why?
– Can you give suggestions to others?
– How does a child build his/her personality?
– How can parents encourage this process?

IELTS Speaking test in Canada – January 2019




– What is your name?
– Can I see your ID?
– Tell me about your hometown.
– How long have you lived there?
– Do you still live in your hometown?
– Why did you move?
– Do you like the town where you live now?
– Have you ever watched clouds in the sky, or the stars?
– What do you prefer, watching clouds or stars? Why?
– Is there a good spot in your town to watch the stars?


Cue Card


Talk about something you bought that you didn’t use. Please say

– what it was
– when and where you bought it
– why you never used it
– what you did with it

Follow up question: Do you still have it?




– Has something changed in the way we shop now compared to the past?
– What do people buy a lot these days?
– Are you aware of any issues related to packaging of the things people purchase?
– What can be recycled?
– Is it important to recycle?
– What would happen if we weren’t recycling?
– What are the effects of recycling on the land and sea?


IELTS Speaking test in Nigeria – January 2019




– What is your full name?
– Can I see your ID?
– Where are you from?
– Do you work or study?
– What do you do?
– Do like photography?
– Do you prefer to take pictures with your phone or a dedicated camera?
– Would you like to learn more about photography?
– What do you do with pictures after taking them?


Cue Card


Talk about a job that one of your grandparents did. Please say

– Who was he/she?
– What was the job?
– Would you recommend it to anyone?




– Do you think some jobs are more difficult than others? Why?
– Should people doing difficult jobs be paid more?
– Do you prefer easy jobs or difficult ones?
– Why is it so?



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تدریس خصوصی آیلتس - منابع آیلتس محتمل در ایران برگزار شده در ویتنام


IELTS Speaking Questions people askd in Vietnam –on December 2018


IELTS Speaking Interview


– 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 wear sunglasses?

– Do you buy sunglasses online?

– Do you like music?

– What type of music don’t you like?


IELTS Cue Card Topic


Describe a beautiful city in your country. Please say


– What city and where is it?

– Why is it beautiful in your opinion?

– Why do you like it?


IELTS Discussion Questions


– Should the government look after historical buildings?

– Why do you think tourists like to visit historical places?

– Do modern cities look the same?

– What problems do governments face while maintaining historical places?

– What are the negative aspects of big and congested cities?

– Do you think that architectural design of a city is important?


خانه آیلتس تهران برگزار کننده کلاس خصوصی آیلتس


تدریس خصوصی آیلتس بصورت حرفه ای و تخصصی


دوره تک مهارت آیلتس : Speaking - Writing - Reading


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– What is your full name?
– Can I see your ID?
– Where are you from?
– Do you work or study?
– What do you do?
– What food do you like?
– Why do you like it?
– Did you try a new food recently?
– Did you try a foreign food in your childhood?
– Do people of your county like foreign dishes?
– What kind of dishes do they prefer? Why?
– Do you think this trend will continue?
– Can you remember your first teacher at school?
– Tell me about your favourite teacher.
– Do you think teachers in the past were different from teachers today?

Cue Card

Describe a party you have attended recently. Please say

– What and where was it?
– Who did you go there with?
– Did you like it? Why?


– Do you usually like parties?
– Do children enjoy parties? Why?
– Why do people arrange parties?
– What are benefits of a party?
– Why do some people hate parties?
– How do people enjoy free time in your county?
– What do you think about outdoor sports and computer games?
– What are the pros and cons for both of them?

Mr.Irani recently sat the IELTS test in iran and reported the following Writing and Speaking questions:


Writing task 1 (a report)


We were given a bar chart showing the percentage of people (men, women and children) who ate five portions of fruit and vegetables per day in the UK from 2001 to 2008.


Writing task 2 (an essay)


Some people think that the advantages of advertising sports products through famous sports players outweigh the disadvantages. To what extent do you agree or disagree?


Speaking Interview Part


– 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 like your job?
– Would you like to change it in the future?


Speaking Cue Card


Describe an occasion suitable for giving money to children, in your opinion. Please say

– What is the purpose?
– When and where?
– How does money affect the attitude of children?


Speaking Discussion Part


– Why do some people say that having more money creates power?
– Do you think that there is a relationship between money and power?
– Give us an example of that.

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IELTS Speaking test in Egypt – October 2018





– 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 like your job? Why?

– Do you wear sunglasses? Why?

– Do you like to buy sunglasses as a gift? Why?

– Did you ever attend the Olympic Games?

– Would you like to do it? Why?


Cue Card


Talk about a teenager that you know well. Please say


– Who is he/she?

– How did you meet him/her?

– Can you describe him/her?




– What is the difference between a child, a teenager and an adult?

– At what age can a child be considered a teenager?

– Is there any difference between teenage boys and girls? Why?

– At what age do you consider a teenager to be an adult? Why?

IELTS Speaking Interview


– What is your full name?

– Can I see your ID?

– Where are you from?

– Do you work or study?

– What do you do?

– Where do you live now?

 – Is it far away this centre?

– Can you describe your hometown?

– Do you like to travel long distances?

– Would you like to fly to space?


IELTS Speaking Cue Card


Describe a public place that you have visited recently. Please say


– What is it?

– Where is it?

– When and with whom did you visit it?


IELTS Discussion Part


– Did you like that place? Why?

– Do you like visiting public places?

– Do people enjoy vising public places, in your opinion?

– Do you prefer living in a big city or a small town? Why?

– Do you think people feel lonely in the cities?

– Why is that?

– Should public parks be free in cities? Why?

– Do you think public parks are better than private ones?

10 سری جدیدترین منابع آیلتس از سراسر دنیا مربوط به بخش اسپیکینگ آیلتس


1  Describe an event that you have celebrated the most. Please say

– What was the event?

– Who did you celebrate it with?

– How did you celebrate it?


2  Describe a parent or a relative that you admire the most. Please say

 – Who is he/she?

 – How do you know him/her?

 – What does he/she do differently to others?


 3   Speak about a place you visited. Please say

– When and where was it?

– What did you like about the place?

– What didn’t you like there?


4  Talk about a subject you liked in school. Please say

 – What was it?

 – Why did you like it?

 – What did you gain from studying it?


5  Describe a recent development undertaken in your area. Please say

 – What is it?

 – What are the advantages and disadvantages of it?

 – Do you like the idea behind it? Why


6  Talk about a subject you liked in school. Please say

 – What was it?

 – Why did you like it?

 – What did you gain from studying it?


7  Talk about a place where you usually go with your friends. Please say

 – What place and where is it?

 – When did you visit it for the first time?

 – What do you do there?


8  Talk about a rule at school that you liked or disliked. Please say

 – What was it?

 – Why did they have it?

 – What was the result if someone broke the rule?


9  Talk about something you bought that made you happy. Please say

 – What was it?

 – What did you do with it?

 – Why did it make you happy?


10  Describe an important event in your life that you have celebrated recently. Please say

 – What was it?

 – Who was celebrating it with you?

 – How did you celebrate it?

Topic 1: Where you live


Tell me about your hometown/street/apartment.


What do you like about your hometown/street/house/apartment?


Tell me the good things about your house.


Is there anything you don’t like about it?


Would you like to move to another city/street/house/apartment?


What would you change about your city?


Would you recommend your area/street as a good place to live?



  • Nouns


Winding street                                             suburb architecture


The locals (= people)                                           local cuisine                                      shopping Residential area  


                                  estate  neighbourhood Apartment complex                                      capital


Ø Adjectives


Sprawling                                 regionally important                                commercial Unique              


                                        distinctive built-up Industrial                                 provincial


Ø Idioms


run down (= in bad condition)                               some areas are run-down


up-market/ chic (= fashionable)                            some neighbourhoods are very up-market/ chic



Topic 2a: What you do—your job


Tell me about your job./ What job do you do?


Why did you choose this job?


What do you like about your job?


How long have you been doing this job? Is there anything you don’t like?



  • Nouns


profession        line of business           occupation line of work


Ø    Verbs


be involved in                      share responsibility for                  work within a team


Ø  Adjectives


hectic                         exhausting                   taxing intricate undemanding


Ø  Idioms


work flat out (= work very hard) Sometimes I have to work flat out. on the go (= very busy)  I'm always on the go.


get to the bottom of(= solve)               I have to get to the bottom of problems related to...


pull out all the stops(=make a special effort)



When it's busy I have to pull out all the stops.


take charge of(= manage)                  I often have to take charge of the whole department.


pick up the pieces (= take responsibility)


When there's a problem I have to pick up the pieces.


Topic 2b:What you do- your studies


What are you studying?


Where are you studying?


Why did you choose this college I university?


What's good about where you're studying?


What would you like to do after your studies?



  • Nouns


school work                        branch of learning           field of study               discipline lecturer                     theory


Ø  Verbs


revise comprehend succeed in become skilled in


Ø  Adjectives


hands-on (=practical)                             job-related                              theoretical    reputable     highly regarded      


compulsory optional


Ø Idioms


Pass with flying colours (= pass with a high score) I pass my entrance exam with flying coulours.


Sail through (= finish sth. Easily and quickly)


I can usually sail through all my assessments.


To flunk (= to fail/ perform badly)


I always seem to flunk my compulsory maths tests.


Cross that bridge when sb. come to it (= deal with a problem when it arrives)


I’m not worried about that now—I’ll cross that bridge when I come to it.


Topic 3: Hobbies/ Free-time activities 


Do you have any hobbies?


What do you do in your free time?


What hobbies/ free-time activities are popular in your country?


Is it important to have a hobby?


Why is it important for people to have free-time activities?


Is it harmful to spend too much time on a hobby?


What free-time activities would you like to try in the future?



  • Nouns

leisure pursuit                                    spare time                                pastime


Ø  Verbs


amuse oneself by         unwind by                                 kill time by


Ø  Adjectives


fascinating                    cativating time-consuming                    appealing


Ø  Idioms



take up (= start)


I’ve recently taken up swimming.


take part in


I frequently take part in group activities like..

get into (= enjoy)


Recently I’ve been getting into fishing.


have a go at (= try)


I’d really like to have a go at scuba diving.



idle away the hours (= spend time)



In my time off I often idle away the hours by playing guitar.

 Topic 4: Sports


Do you like playing sports?


How often do you play sports?


What sports are the most popular in your country?


Do you think it is important to play a sport?


What sports would you like to try in the future?


Do you prefer watching or playing sports?


  • Nouns


team game                           spectator spost                           physical activity                           squad solo sport


Ø  Verbs


compete                        challenge                  get fit                                 lose weight          stay healthy


Ø  Adjectives


strenous                              physical                          energizing                         revitalizing


Ø  Idioms

have a crack at (= had a try at)


I had a crack at baseball but it was too strenuous for me.


get into shape

I’ve been trying to get into shape by going to the gym.



 Topic 5: Televison


 Do you like watching TV?


How much time do you spend watching TV?


When do you usually watching TV?


What types of TV programme do you like watching?


What types of TV programme are popular in your country?


Why do children like watching TV?




  • Nouns


telly (= TV)




soap opera








  • Verbs

turn on/ off/ over


tune in

sit in front of theh telly




telesise                     broadcast

Ø  Adjectives





mind-numbing (= boring)





attention-grabbing (= interesting)



Ø  Idioms


watch the box (= watch TV)


I often watch the box at weekends

channel surf (=change TV channels frequently)

I usually sit in front of the telly and channel surf

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