IELTS Speaking questions from France, UK and Australia – July 2010

Three IELTS Speaking tests were shared by our friends from the UK, France and Australia. Here they are:

Speaking test 1

– What is your full name?
– Do you study or work?
– Where are you from?
– Questions about hometown.

Cue Card
Talk about a person that you have lived with, please say
– who that person was,
– how long you stayed together for,
– what activities you shared.

– Questions regarding the changing concept of family, why is this happening.
– What are the advantages and disadvantages of staying alone?
– What qualities are required to live with and to adjust to other people with whom we are residing?
– What changes does it bring to one’s personality?
– What influences our choice of career?

Speaking test 2

– What is your name?
– Do you work or study?
– Did you have other jobs prior to your current job?
– Which job did you enjoy the most? Why?
– What is your opinion about libraries?
– Do you like or dislike libraries?
– Should libraries be free of charge?
– Are they free in your country?
– What newspapers do you read? Why?

Cue Card
Talk about a book that you love, please say
– what this book is about,
– why you love it,
– who gave it to you.

Follow-up question: Do you still have a copy of that book?

Speaking test 3

– What country are you from?
– Do you work or study?
– Do you have a mobile phone?
– When did you get your first mobile phone?

Cue Card
Talk about the most popular music in your country, please say
– what type of music that is,
– why this type of music is so popular in your country, and
– how do people like to listen to this music.

– Why do people dream of becoming popular rock stars?
– Why does advertising use music?
– Why do people listen to different kinds of music?
– How does internet impact on music?

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