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
Something you have achieved and proud of - Cue Card # 611 24 August 2020
Expensive clothing you have bought lately - Cue Card # 610 24 August 2020
Occasion when you could not pay for something you wanted - Cue Card # 609 24 August 2020
Describe a challenging job/profession you know about - Cue Card # 317 24 August 2020
Describe a piece of furniture you have at home - Cue Card # 316 24 August 2020
Describe a piece of modern technology you own - Cue Card # 608 24 August 2020
A situation when someone suggested a clever solution - Cue Card # 607 24 August 2020
Describe a meal that you have shared with friends - Cue Card 606 24 August 2020
Describe a national day in your country - Cue Card # 593 24 August 2020
Describe a long car journey you went on - Cue Card # 594 24 August 2020
Describe a street that you enjoyed visiting - Cue Card 595 24 August 2020
Describe a significant historical event in your country - Cue Card # 596 24 August 2020
Describe a language you would like to learn - Cue Card # 597 24 August 2020
Describe a wedding/marriage ceremony you have attended - Cue Card # 598 24 August 2020
Describe a museum you have visited and liked - Cue Card # 599 24 August 2020
How you spend time with your friends - Cue Card # 605 24 August 2020
Time when you had to take care of a baby - Cue Card # 604 24 August 2020
Describe a time when you needed to use your imagination - Cue Card # 603 24 August 2020
Job that you think you would be good at - Cue Card # 602 24 August 2020
Something you borrowed from your friend or family - Cue Card # 601 24 August 2020