Candidate Task Card

In part 2 of the IELTS speaking test, you will be given a task card on a particular topic (also known as candidate task card or cue card). This topic also includes 4 questions or key points that you should talk about.

The examiner will give you a pencil and paper to make notes and he/she will allow you a minute for the preparation. You then need to talk for one to two minutes. This Candidate Task Card part of the Speaking test lasts for 3-4 minutes.
Title Modified Date
Person you know who collects something - Cue Card # 677 18 January 2021
An item of clothing someone bought for you - Cue Card # 676 18 January 2021
Storybook or novel that was particularly interesting - Cue Card # 675 18 January 2021
An interesting conversation with a child - Cue Card # 674 19 January 2021
When you gave some money as a gift - Cue Card # 673 19 January 2021
Describe a prize you want to win - Cue Card # 672 19 January 2021
Describe a practical skill you have learned - Cue Card # 671 19 January 2021
Describe an advertisement that you remember - Cue Card # 670 19 January 2021
An interesting old person you have met - Cue Card # 668 19 January 2021
A historical period you want to know more about - Cue Card # 667 19 January 2021
A meal that you enjoyed at a restaurant - Cue Card # 664 20 January 2021
When you found something that someone lost - Cue Card # 665 20 January 2021
A place where you like to study- Cue Card # 666 20 January 2021
Radio program you find interesting - Cue Card # 658 25 January 2021
Describe a beautiful house you have seen - Cue Card # 659 25 January 2021
Describe a person who is beautiful or handsome - Cue Card # 660 25 January 2021
A person you would like to study or work with - Cue Card # 661 25 January 2021
Faraway place you would like to visit - Cue Card # 662 25 January 2021
Describe your idea of a perfect home - Cue Card # 663 25 January 2021
A subject you did not like but now you find interesting - Cue Card # 657 25 January 2021