When Q took the IELTS Speaking test in Pakistan, he was asked the following questions:
– What is your full name?
– Can I see your ID?
– Where are you from?
– Do you work or study?
– What is your major?
– Why did you choose this field?
– What is the most important part of your study program?
– How do you celebrate your birthdays?
– What age is important in your country and celebrated the most?
– Did you enjoy your birthdays as a child? Why?
– Is your birthday important to you? Why?
– Let’s talk about sunshine.
– How important is sunshine in your country?
– Do you normally get out and catch some sun or not?
Describe something you have not done so far but would like to do in the future. Please say
– What is it?
– When and where would you do it?
– Why would you like to do it?
– Do you believe that you will do this?
– Is it important to set goals for younger generation in your country?
– What is the difference between men’s and women’s goals?
– Do you think a person can be successful without having any goals?
– Don’t you think that younger generation must have some goals for the progress of their country?
– What steps should the government take to reduce poverty?
– Should the government focus more on poverty rather than literacy?
– What is your own opinion on that?
– Do you have any solution in mind?