IELTS Speaking Topics 2016 with Answers
You can use these IELTS speaking topics 2016 with answers to practice your IELTS speaking skills, and also use some of the sample answers to get some ideas about what you can say, and how you can answer some of these typical IELTS speaking test questions.
If you want to improve your IELTS speaking score – then lots of practice is essential.
Your goal should be to become confident and fluent speaking about a wide range of topics and be able to respond with good fluency, avoiding long pauses while you think about what to say next.
When responding to the cue cards in Part 2 of the IELTS speaking test, try to extend your answer as much as possible so that you are able to speak for up to 2 minutes on the topic. Learn to describe in detail, provide examples, and paraphrase or clarify what you say in order to make your answer longer.
Remember, if you speak for less than 1 minute – it can negatively impact your IELTS speaking score. Aim high, and learn to speak for 2 minutes on these IELTS topics to maximize your chances of the best IELTS speaking score you can get.
IELTS Speaking Tips
- Practice with a partner – it’s more fun!
- Record yourself – and listen to your own answer; you’ll learn a lot just by analyzing your own performance.
- If there are certain topics you don’t like or are not confident about - don’t ignore them! Practice, learn some new vocabulary and practice until you can talk about any topic! You will feel so much more confident when you do your IELTS speaking test.
Start practicing by checking out the latest Cambridge IELTS Book 11 speaking tests so you can see authentic IELTS exam practice materials.