We’ve just heard from a very kind IELTS test taker who did a Speaking test in Bangladesh (via video link), and here are the questions he remembered:
Part 1 (Interview)
– What is your name?
– What should I call you?
– Where are you from?
– Do you work or study?
– What do you do in your job?
– Where was your first school?
– How did you travel to school? Why?
– Have you ever traveled to school by car?
– Do you prefer the front seat or the back seat in the car? Why?
– What was your longest journey by car?
– What do you do when you are stuck in a traffic jam?
Part 2 (Cue Card)
Talk about a person much older than you, whom you admire. Please say
– who the person is
– how you know him/her
– describe some of the things you do together
– and explain why you admire him/her.
Part 3 (Discussion)
– Do you think you can relate to that person?
– Do you think that the older generation can learn something from the younger generation?
– Can older people learn anything else, not related to technology?
– Do you think people from the older generation can be friends with the younger generation?
– You said that in other countries older people are nice and kind to the younger generation, is it possible in your country? Why/why not?
– Which way do you think is better?
– Do you think nowadays younger people are more respectful towards older people than they used to be in the past?