Here are some sample questions for the IELTS speaking test:
Part 1: Introduction and General Questions
a) Can you tell me your full name?
b) What country are you from?
c) Can you describe the place where you live?
d) Do you live in a house or an apartment? Why?
e) What is your favorite room in your house? Why?
Part 2: Cue Card
Describe a memorable trip you have taken.
You should say:
a) Where you went
b) Who you went with
c) What you did
d) Why it was memorable for you
Part 3: Follow-up Questions (related to Cue Card)
a) What are the benefits of traveling?
b) How has traveling changed in recent years?
c) Do you think people today prefer solo travel or traveling in groups? Why?
d) What impact does traveling have on a person’s perspective towards different cultures?
Part 4: Discussion and Opinion Questions
a) What is the role of tourism in the economy of a country?
b) How can tourism affect the environment?
In your opinion, should governments invest more in promoting tourism? Why or why not?
What measures should be taken to ensure sustainable tourism?
Please note that these are just sample questions and the actual questions in the IELTS speaking test may vary. It’s essential to practice speaking on a wide range of topics to be well-prepared for the test.
Here are some tips for answering IELTS Speaking questions:
a) Speak clearly and slowly.
b) Use a variety of vocabulary and grammar.
c) Be natural and relaxed.
d) Make eye contact with the examiner.
e) Answer the question fully.