IELTS Speaking Test | Part 1
What is your full name?My name is…
Can I see your ID?Sure, here it is.
Where are you from?I’m from [name of country or city]
Do you work or study?I work. I’m a research assistant at the moment.
Where did you grow up?I grew up in [name of village/town/city]
Is the place where you grew up a good place to live?
What do you think about your hometown’s future?
Do you think handwriting is important? Why?
What are the main differences between handwriting and writing on a computer?
I suppose the main difference, apart from which is more common, is that writing something on a computer is generally faster than writing by hand, and if you want to send a message to another person than using a computer or other device to send the message is much quicker than writing n something by hand and then mailing it or hand delivering it.
Do you prefer to write by hand or type on a computer? Why?
IELTS Speaking Test | Part 2
IELTS Speaking Cue Card Answer | A person that you spend a lot of time with
We’ve always been a close family, and I’ve always had a good relationship with both of my parents, but since my mother told us the bad news I’ve definitely become much closer to her. I try to spend as much time as possible with her and accompany her to her medical appointments and treatment sessions. It’s a very stressful experience for all of us and we still don’t know what the final outcome will be but we’re being positive, optimistic and praying for her and making sure she is well taken care of.
It’s strange, but since she was diagnosed with cancer, even the smallest little activities have become important, such as drinking a cup of tea together and just talking about things, helping her do some things around the home, and just spending time with her – it really doesn’t matter how insignificant the activity is – it’s become super special and important to just share as much time with her as possible.
I’ve also made an effort, as has my brother and sister, to get home as often as possible and eat lunch together or spend whatever spare time we have with my mother.
It’s early in the treatment process at the moment, but we hope soon to have some good news about her condition, and that’s what keeps us going. The doctors were very encouraged by her progress when we went to the latest treatment session and they seem to think that she will be okay, but it’s still an extremely stressful experience just thinking about her being sick – sometimes it’s difficult to deal with it.
IELTS Speaking Test | Part 3
What are parents’ responsibilities for their children?
Who should take care of them (children)?
I think the most important thing is that it’s not so much who looks after children, for example, the mother, the father, grandparents, or other family members of even a nanny – as long at the person really loves the child and does a good job of caring for them; that’s the important thing.
What are children’s responsibilities for parents when they reach old age?
In my family, both my grandparents came to live with us in our parents home when they were very old and we all helped look after them – sometimes I used to spend hours just talking to them when I was younger.
Oh, and it’s also important to make sure they still feel valuable and important within the family even though they might be old and frail, they need to know that they are still loved and important as people.