Latest IELTS Speaking Topics | Top Tips for Speaking Test


Latest IELTS speaking topics
Top Tips for IELTS Speaking

Latest IELTS Speaking Topics |Top Tips For The IELTS Speaking Test

  1. To prepare for the IELTS Speaking test, spend as much time as you can practising speaking English. Speak with friends, work colleagues, other IELTS students, or online with chat. Record yourself speaking sample answers to IELTS questions so you feel confident about answering them.

  2. The IELTS examiner evaluates your ability to express your ideas and opinions in English. There is no right answer or wrong answer, just concentrate on expressing yourself well in English.

  3. Think of the IELTS Speaking Interview as a conversation. Relax, give your opinions and views as if you were talking with a friend and try to speak naturally.

  4. Try and avoid using the same words the examiner used in the question: it’s not natural repeating them, so don’t do it. The examiner is interested in your ability to express yourself in English NOT how well you can listen and repeat.

  5. Don’t get nervous. Avoid trying to speak to quickly, just relax, breathe naturally, and try to speak at a normal speed – it will give you more time to think about what you want to say.

  6. Try to answer the questions naturally. When it’s appropriate, give as much detail as possible using you own experience and some examples. Try to develop your answer fully to cover all the points mentioned.

  7. Listen to the questions carefully in the IELTS Speaking Test and try to respond using the same verb tense. For example: What kind of movies do you like? (present tense). You should answer using the present tense first, for example, I like action movies best..., and then use appropriate tenses as you develop your response, for example, I used to like comedies a lot …

  8. Pronunciation is important! If you have problems with certain words or numbers, practice pronouncing them until you can say them correctly.

  9. Be careful with advanced or specialized vocabulary. Advanced vocabulary is important for a high IELTS Speaking score, but make sure you can use it correctly. If you are not sure, use more common vocabulary instead. The IELTS Speaking Test is NOT the place to experiment with vocabulary you’ve just learned.

  10. In the second part of the IELTS Speaking Test, the examiner gives you a card with the task and a piece of paper to make notes. There is one minute preparation time before you have to answer. Think about points you want to include in your answer and make notes. Note the tense used in the question and respond appropriately.

  11. Answer each question completely, and if appropriate, give examples and reasons for your answer in as much detail as possible so that the examiner can fully understand what you want to say.






Actual IELTS speaking test questions
NEW IELTS Speaking Test
What do you do to stay healthy?
IELTS, Which TV show do you enjoy watching?
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Which TV drama series do you enjoy watching?
IELTS, hometown, shopping, rainy weather, ecommerce
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How do you shop? What have you bought recently?
Why is travel abroad popular with young people? Tourism, Cultural Invasion
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Is cultural invasion a threat?
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Latest IELTS Speaking Questions - Describe a useful website you have used
Latest IELTS Cue Card Describe a useful website you have used...
Latest IELTS Speaking Questions - describe a plant or flower important for your country
Latest IELTS Cue Card Describe an important plant or flower in your country...
IELTS cue card - describe someone you worked or studied with who helped you
IELTS Cue Card Describe a helpful person you know...
Recent IELTS speaking test - describe someone you know who has lived abroad
IELTS Cue Card Describe someone who has lived abroad
Recent IELTS speaking test - describe a change in your life
Recent IELTS Cue Card
Describe a change in your life
IELTS Cue Card Describe Best Childhood Memory
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Describe a childhood memory
IELTS Cue Card Describe an achievement
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Describe an achievement you are proud of...
IELTS Cue Card Describe a painting
NEW IELTS Cue Card
Describe a painting or other art work...
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Describe a sport you would like to learn, dancing, sport & the media...
Describe a discussion with a stranger
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politeness, chatting, birthdays, gadgets, reality TV...
clothing
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Clothing you received as a gift, clothes, fashion, gifts, shopping...
A free gift you received when you bought something
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A free gift you got when you...
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IELTS Cue Card - Describe the stage of life you enjoyed the most
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Mobile phones +'ves & -'ves
IELTS Cue Card - Describe the stage of life you enjoyed the most
IELTS Cue Card
Describe the most enjoyable stage of life
IELTS Cue Card - Describe an interesting building
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Describe an interesting building you visited ...
IELTS Cue Card - Describe a rule you had to obey at school
IELTS Cue Card Describe a rule ...
IELTS Cue card - an interesting person
IELTS Cue Card Describe an interesting person you met
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IELTS Cue Card - Talk about a married couple who inspire you
IELTS Cue Card
Talk about a married couple
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IELTS Cue Card 2017 Describe riots in another country
IELTS Cue Card - Late for an appointment
IELTS Cue Card Late for an appointment
IELTS Cue Card - something you bought but don't often use
IELTS Cue Card Describe something you bought but don't often use
IELTS Cue Card - helping others
IELTS Cue Card - Describe something you do to help other people
IELTS Cue card - a prize you want to to win
IELTS Cue Card Describe a prize you would like to win
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NEW IELTS Cue Card 2017 - Describe some good news you gave to someone
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IELTS Cue Card 2017 - Describe a disagreement you had with someone about a decision
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IELTS Cue Card 2017
Describe a recent holiday
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IELTS Cue Card 2017
Describe a quiet place you like
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IELTS Speaking Topic Foreign Food
IELTS 2017 Cue Card
- an experience with foreign food
A child you spent time with
IELTS Cue Card 2017 Describe a time you spent with a child
A place where cell phones are prohibited
IELTS Cue Card 2017 Describe time when you couldn't use your cell phone
IELTS Cue card - Describe a small business you would like to open
IELTS Cue Card 2017 Describe a small business you would like to open
A popular place for swimming
IELTS Cue Card 2017 Describe a popular place where people go to swim
IELTS Cue card - something you want to learn more about
IELTS Cue Card 2017 Describe something you would like to learn more about
IELTS Cue Cards 2017
IELTS Cue Card 2017
Describe a time when you were angry about something
IELTS Cue card - something that made you laugh
IELTS Cue Card 2017 Describe something that made you laugh recently
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Describe a well paid job in...

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