IELTS Speaking Test |Part 1
What is your full name?My name is…
Can I see your ID?Yes, of course, here’s my ID card.
Where are you from?I’m from [country]
Do you work or study?I study… I’ll be graduating later this year from [name of university].
What subject are you studying?International Business and Marketing.
Which part of your country do you live in?I come from [name of place/district/region] in the south of [country].
Have you visited any other parts of your country?
What kind of discussions usually taking place between people in your country? Why?
How do you usually spend your day?
Do you have time to visit your family?
Do you see changes in people’s mindset today compared to the past? What kind of changes?
Why do you think these changes are happening?
IELTS Speaking Test | Part 2
I’d arranged my schedule and made sure I didn’t have any studying or other things pending… I’d worked during the week to free up the weekend so I could relax and spend two days back home.
But on Friday afternoon the weather started to change look ominous and by Friday evening, when I had planned to leave for home, there was an incredible storm which developed. The rain was torrential with a wind that was gusting and a lot of roads were reported as being flooded… and traffic stopped in various places in the city.
I called home and spoke with my mother and she told me that it was the same there and that I shouldn’t travel in such bad weather because I might get delayed. I was a bit sad, but the weather was so bad nobody really wanted to go out at all. In fact the journey from the university back to my apartment was horrendous. The traffic was terrible and by the time I arrived I was completely soaked because of the rain, so I had to admit that travelling all the way home would not have been a smart choice.
I waited for a couple of hours to see if things would change, but it didn’t, so eventually I gave up on the idea and started to think what I could do instead. I decided to phone a couple of friends and see if they wanted to do something together, and so we got together on Saturday and we spent the day together and in the evening we went to see a movie and then went to a restaurant for a meal. The weather still wasn’t great, but it was at least possible to go out without getting absolutely soaked again.
On Sunday, I decided to have a lazy day, you know… just reading, relaxing, and then another friend came to visit me in the evening and so we chatted for a while and then watched a movie in the evening.
IELTS Speaking Test | Part 3
How many seasons are there in your country? What are they?
Describe the weather during these seasons.
Then, around the middle of October or the beginning of November, the winter season begins. The temperature drops quite dramatically and there’s a lot more rain and wind than in the summer. During the day there’s still quite a bit of sun and sometimes it can feel warm, but by the evening it can feel really cold some days… and in the middle of the night it gets extremely cold.
What kind of weather is preferred by people in your country?
How does the weather affect people in your country?
What kind of activities do people do in the different seasons?
In the winter, it’s different. Almost Nobody goes to the beach because it’s too cold to swim, so people spend more time inside than outside and so parties and events in the winter are all organized indoors, whereas in the summer most of them would be outdoors. I guess we do typical things inside like watching TV, movies, meeting friends for a drink or meal and other stuff – just inside more than outside.