IELTS exams in Australia and Korea were identical to the Malaysian exam. Speaking questions in 3 versions were made available by our caring friends – thank you, E., A. and F. Here is what they remembered:
Speaking test #1 (Korea)
– Are you a student or a worker?
– What is your major?
– Why did you choose your major?
– Can you drive?
– What do you think, should high schools have a diving course? Is it necessary?
– What do you think about the age suitable for driving?
Talk about an article you read in a newspaper or a magazine, you should say:
– what article did you like?
– why did you like it?
– do you remember the article?
– what was it about?
– Do you like reading?
– Did you read many books in your childhood?
– Do you like to read news and articles on the Internet?
– What do you think about the articles on the Internet?
– Do you think newspapers will disappear because of the Internet? Why?
Speaking test #2 (Australia)
– What is your name?
– Are you working or studying?
– How many times did you go out with your friends?
– Do you prefer that your friends visit you in your house or that you go out with them?
Talk about the popular sports that you know, you should say:
– why it is popular,
– what a person needs to play this sport,
– why you like it.
Speaking test #3 (Australia)
– Introduce yourself.
– What do you do nowadays, work or study?
– Do you think your field of work changes your personality?
– Is there any positive effects of your work on your personal life?
– Why did you choose this job?
– What healthy activity do you recommend people to do? Why?
– Do you think healthy activities are being discussed in the schools enough?
– What does the government do to improve people’s ‘health strategy’ in their life?
– How many languages do you speak?
– Do you think English language is an easy language?
– How can you improve your English?