IELTS Speaking Test Sample | National Festivals

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IELTS Speaking Test Sample |

IELTS Speaking Test Sample | National Festivals

? IELTS Candidate: Arash


Part 1: Introduction

  • In this part of your IELTS Speaking Test, the examiner begins the interview by asking you to verify your identity. For example, he/she may ask you about your IELTScandidate number, your complete name, and so forth.
  • Then the examiner will ask you some general questions about some familiar topics, such as your home, family, work, education, hobbies, interests, and the like.
  • It is recommended that you should practice this part of your IELTS exam with your English partner. If you don’t have any English partner yet, you can find an ideal one among our growing members. Click here to see the members of LELB Society.
  • It is also recommended that you and your partner record the interview and listen to it in order to identify your own weaknesses.
  • Please note that, in your exam, the entire interview is recorded.
  • This is a dialogue or two-way conversation between you and the examiner.
  • Time: 4 to 5 Minutes

Questions:

  1. What do you do to entertain yourself, what are your hobbies?
  2. Are you a ?
  3. Do you play any other instruments?
  4. We’re about to start the . Are you ready for your ?
  5. What about your ? Do you prefer to study in group, all alone, at home or in the library?
  6. How do you try to in the middle of your studies?
  7. Do you think it will take you much time to prepare yourself for your university courses?

✅ Examiner’s Notes

  1. I’m playing the piano since when I was a child ➡ I’ve been playing the piano since I was a child
  2. I would rather to study ➡ I would rather study

? Part 2: 

  • You will be given a topic card with some questions on it.
  • You have 1 minute to consider the prompts or questions in the cue card, task card or topic card below.
  • A piece of paper and a pen will be given to you to take notes and prepare your answer.
  • You can practice brainstorming in preparation for your monologue with your language partner. It is recommended that you ask your language partner to listen to you answering the questions. You can also record your answer, and then listen to it in order to identifyyour weaknesses. After your monologue, your language partner can play the role of the examiner, asking you one or two questions about the topic card.
  • After preparing your answer, then you have 2 minutes to respond to the questions.
  • After responding to the questions in the topic card in maximum 2 minutes, the examiner will ask you one or two questions on the same topic.
  • The overall time for Part 2 is 3 to 4 minutes.
  • Most topics reflect stories about yourself and some events that have occurred to you.

Topic Card:

Describe your most favorite festival or occasion.

You should say:

  • What its name is
  • Why you like it so much
  • What people do in that
  • Whether you know about its origin

Additional Questions

✅ Examiner’s Notes

  1. Because of the fact it is ➡ because of the fact that it is …

Part 3: Details Discussion

  • Answer some follow-up questions about the topic card in Part 2 asked by the examiner.
  • You should be ready to talk about more abstract ideas and issues.
  • Your fluency, accuracy (grammar knowledge) and logic will be closely assessed.
  • It is not a monologue. Instead, it is a two-way conversation between you and the examiner.
  • Time: 4 to 5 minutes
  • You can prepare yourself for this part of your IELTS Speaking Test with the help of your English partner. Ask him/her to challengeyou with some questions, and record your conversation. Then listen to your recorded conversation, trying to find out your weaknesses.

Questions:

  1. Do you think preserving cultures and customs is a necessity for each nation?
  2. And what about respecting the cultures of other nations? Do you think it is a must?
  3. Some people believe that the existence of culture and its value would be negatively influenced by advancement in technology and science in the future. What do you think about that?
  4. Language and culture are interrelated. Do you think that in the future the number of languages will drop?

✅ Examiner’s Notes

  1. People in the future forgot ➡ … forget
  2. Juvenile is an adjective.

IELTS Speaking Test Sample | National Festivals

IELTS Speaking Test Sample | National Festivals

IELTS Speaking Test Sample | National Festivals

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