IELTS Speaking test in Taiwan – November 2021

Our lovely friend L.M. took IELTS in Taiwan and shared the questions from her Speaking test. She said, “These are the questions that I remember from the test that I have taken today, thank you for sending me your emails, it helped a lot!”

Speaking test

Part 1 (Interview)

– What is your full name?
– Can I see your ID?
– Where are you from?
– Do you work or study?
– What do you do?
– Let’s talk about your hometown.
– Where did you grow up?
– Is it a good place to live in?
– Will you stay there in the future?
– Let’s talk about TV shows.
– Do you like to watch TV?
– How often do you watch it?
– What TV shows do you like to watch the most?
– What TV shows can you rarely see on TV in your country?
– Let’s talk about science.
– When did you start learning science?
– Do you like science classes?
– Do you think that learning science is helpful to you?
– Why do you think so?

Part 2 (Cue Card)

Talk about an instance when you waited for something special. Please say

– What were you waiting for?
– When did it happen?
– Why was it special to you?
– What did you do while waiting?

Part 3 (Discussion)

– Are you a patient person?
– Do you think people are more impatient now compared to the past?
– Do you think it is possible to teach people to be more patient?
– Do you think it is possible to help children to be more patient?
– Some people believe that impatience helps the development of technology. Do you agree with that?
– Why do you think so?

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2 thoughts on “IELTS Speaking test in Taiwan – November 2021”

  1. Great question Rose! There is a few ways you can do that. If you are working on your vocabulary, you can just pick a set of questions on a topic and write down your answers. It will allow you to think of and choose the vocabulary you want to use. You can practice in answering questions spontaneously and our app will help you with that. There are speaking test questions and it asks you to record your answers, to which you can then listen and analyse how well you answered, your pronunciation, your grammar, etc. You can download our app for Apple devices here or Android devices here.

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