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IELTS Speaking questions from the Philippines – January 2010

The IELTS exam in the Philippines was just like the exam in Malaysia, so says J., and here are the Speaking questions she had (thank you J!)

Speaking test


– What is your full name?
– What shall I call you?
– Where do you live and where is it located?
– How is the transportation in your place? Is it accessible?
– Do you think you would live there longer?
– How often do you spend time with your friends in your free time?
– Do you prefer to hang out with your friends at home or going out?
– What do you usually do when you’re together?
– What do people in your country mostly talk about when they are together?

Cue card

Talk about a conversation you had on the phone that was important to you, you should say:
– Who you talked to,
– What you talked about,
– Why it was important.


– Which do you prefer, a face to face or a phone conversation?
– What would be the barriers in a phone conversation?
– Could there be problems in a face to face conversation?
– Do you think people who don’t know each other could have a functional talk? Give examples.
– Would they also talk about personal details?

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