IELTS Speaking questions from the UK, Germany and Bangladesh – November 2009

Thanks to kindness of L., P. and K. we have the questions from 3 IELTS Speaking exams (in the UK, Germany and Bangladesh):

Speaking test 1

– What is your name?
– Do you work or study?
– Why did you choose this job?
– Who do you have to communicate at work with?
– What do you write every day?
– Do you prefer working with people or on your own?
– Where do you like to go out? How often?
– Do you prefer to go out with a large group of friends or with just a few?

Cue card
Describe a historic place you visited.

– Do people often visit historic places?
– Why do you think people visit historic places?
– Should there be an entrance fee to visit places like that?
– Where people can get to know history from?
– Is it important for directors of movies about history to show the true facts and why?
– Do you know any example of movies where facts were changed a bit?

Speaking test 2

– What is your name?
– What kind of job do you have?
– What do you like and dislike about this job?
– Why did you chose this job?
– What is included in your job?
– Talk about your daily routine, when do you get up?
– What is your favorite time of the day?
– What would you like to change in your daily routine?

Cue card
Talk about a speech that you heard, you should say
– who the talk was given by,
– where it was,
– what is was about,
why it was interesting to you.

– Talk about speeches and talks in general and about different ways of giving talks.
– Why are so many people nervous when speaking in front of grown-ups?
– What is important to remember when making a speech?

Speaking test 3

– What is your name?
– What do you do? Student or working?
– Why did you choose your subject?
– Why is it interesting?

Cue card
Discuss about your favorite subject at school, you should say:
– Why did you like it?
– How you were taught this subject at school?
– Do you find it helpful now?

– What do you think about teaching as a profession?
– What are the characteristics of a good teacher and what are the characteristics of a bad teacher?
– Which one is most beneficial, studying alone or studying in a group? Why?

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