Another generous IELTS teacher from Dubai shares the questions his student remembered (thank you, BHS), here they are:
– What is your full name?
– What should I call you?
– Let’s talk about your neighbors, have you ever met your neighbors?
– What problems can a person face because of their neighbors?
– How neighbors can be a great help?
– Talk about an old person that you have known in your past, you should say:
– who that person is,
– how you met that person,
– what influence that person had on you,
– how you feel about that person.
– How often do you meet this person?
– What do you think about the old people in the family?
– What do you think is the attitude of today’s generation towards the elderly?
– What difference do you see in the attitude of youngsters towards old people in the past and now?
– If a country has more of the old age people than working people, what would be the economic condition of the country?
– How can the old age people contribute in a country’s economics?
Before we get to the questions, I’d like to thank two IELTS teachers for their generosity, P. from China and R. from India. These caring educators shared the questions that their students remembered, for the sake of all the IELTS test-takers out there.
I think this is a very good development for everybody, because clearly IELTS teachers have access to many students and they are in an excellent position to contribute to IELTS-Blog. I would be very happy if more teachers who use IELTS-Blog to prepare their students for the exam were sharing with me the IELTS topics they got from their students.
Speaking test (India)
– What is you full name?
– How can I call you?
– Tell me about your education.
– Why do you like to study?
– Which country would you like to go for further study? (The student answered “Australia”).
– Why Australia?
Cue Card 1
Talk about a place where you last spent a weekend, you should say:
– What is that place?
– Whom did you visit there with?
– What did you like about it?
Cue Card 2
Talk about a wild animal you would like to find, you should say:
– What is the animal?
– Where would you find it?
– Why that particular animal?
– What is the effect of humans on animals?
– Is animal conservation important?
– How can we contribute as citizens to the conservation of animals?
Speaking test China
– Which city have you visited or lived in?
– Why did you visit?
– Which time is the most suitable to visit this place?
– Explain how you feel about this city.