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IELTS Speaking questions from India – November 2023

IELTS Speaking New Questions India November 2023

Thanks to the generosity of MK who took the test on the weekend, we’ve just received these recent IELTS Speaking questions from India.

Preparation Tip: Do a practice session where you answer all of these questions and record yourself. If you don’t have enough ideas for questions on a particular topic, research it and write down some vocabulary words and how to use them in a sentence.

After recording your answers, listen to them and look for fluency (frequent pausing, self-correction, hesitation) or pronunciation problems. Then re-record the questions you’re not happy with, and this time try to sound more fluent and pronounce the words better. Take a Speaking Mock Test online, read your Examiner’s feedback and learn how to score higher.

Speaking test

Part 1 (Interview)

– What is your full name?
– Where are you from?
– Do you work or are you a student?
– How many hours do you work in a week?
– What do you love about your work?
– What kind of things do you need to help you work efficiently?
– What do you do on weekends?
– Do you do the same things on weekdays?
– If you had a chance to change one thing you do on weekdays, what would it be?

Part 2 (Cue Card)

Talk about a house you visited that would be perfect for you. You should say

– where it was
– what it looked like
– how you felt when you saw it

and explain why you think this house would be perfect for you.

Read & listen to a Band 9 answer about your dream home here

Part 3 (Discussion)

– Does the cost of housing affect people’s choices when it comes to their perfect house?
– Do you think people from different cultures have the same idea of a perfect house?
– Do you think the place where people live can affect their way of life?
– What are the most common types of houses in your country?
– What are the advantages of living in an old house?
– Are there disadvantages to living in an old house? What are they?
– In your opinion, what features of traditional houses should be preserved in modern homes?

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