IELTS Speaking Exam 65

IELTS Speaking Test # 65

Part One - Introduction

Q.  Can you tell me your full name?

Q.  What shall I call you?

Q.  Tell me about the countryside outside your town.

Q.  Now let's talk about your family.

Q.  How big is your family?

Q.  How often do you spend time together?

Q.  What do you enjoy doing as a family?

Q.  How do you keep in touch with members of your family?

Part 2 - Cue Card

[The topic for your talk will be written on a card which the examiner will hand you. Read it carefully and then make some brief notes.]

Describe something you bought that you were not happy with.

You should say:

  • what you bought
  • why you were not happy with it
  • what you did with it

and explain how you felt about this.

[ You will have to talk about the topic for one to two minutes. You have one minute to think about what you’re going to say. You can make some notes to help you if you wish.]

Rounding off Questions:

[At the end of your talk, the examiner will ask one or two brief questions to signal that it is time to stop talking.]

Q. Do your friends have similar routines?
Q. Do you generally like routines?

Part 3 - Two-way Discussion:

Let's consider the kinds of products people buy in your country and talk about it...

Q. Are there more goods available in shops now than in the past? Why / Why not?

Q. Do people generally prefer to buy products from their own or from other countries?

Q. What kinds of products are most affected by fashions from other countries?

Q. Will overseas trends and fashions have more or less impact on what people buy in the future?

Now let's think about protecting consumers...

Q. What kind of techniques do advertisers use to persuade people to buy more?

Q. Who should be responsible for the quality of products: producers, shops or customers?

Q. How could governments protect the rights of consumers?

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0 # Masud 2018-04-11 13:35
Please add answers to this sample test. We are waiting eagerly.
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