Speaking

shutterstock_73234513In IELTS Speaking test you are tested on your spoken English language ability. The test lasts for 11-14 minutes and consists of three parts.

  • In Part 1, there will be questions about yourself, your family, your work and your interests.
  • In Part 2, you speak about a certain topic. You are given cue card with questions on it. You will be given 1 minute to prepare before you talk. Then you should speak for 1-2 minutes.
  • In Part 3 the examiner will ask you further questions related to the topic in Part 2.

Sample IELTS Speaking Test questions:

PART 1

Do you study or work? (I said I recently graduated)
What did you study?
Do you like that subject?
Why do you like it?
Why did you choose this particular subject?

PART 2

Talk about some interesting news you read in a newspaper.

– when did this happen?
– what was the news about?
– why was it interesting?

PART 3
– How do newspapers in your country market themselves in order to increase sales?
– What marketing practices do they use?
– Do you think that some newspapers put a spin on the real story to increase sales?
– Do you think people will read newspapers in the future?

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