IELTS Speaking Exam 66
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IELTS Speaking Test # 66
Part One - Introduction
Q. Tell me about the town or city you live in now.
Q. How long have you lived in this city?
Q. Do tourists visit your city? Why/Why not?
Q. What places do you think tourists should see in your city?
Q. What is the best way for tourists to travel around your city? Why?
Now tell me about the kind of music you listen to...
Q. What kind of music do you prefer? Why?
Q. Have you ever been to a music concert? Why / Why not?
Q. Why do you think music is important to people?
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 a TV or radio programme you enjoyed when you were a child.
You should say:
- what the programme was about when it was on
- Did your friends enjoy this programme too?
- Would you still like this programme today?
and explain why you enjoyed this programme when you were a child.
[ 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 talk about TV and radio in your country.
Q. In your country, which do people prefer: watching TV or listening to the radio? Why?
Q. What kind of programmes are most popular?
Q. Do men and women tend to like the same kind of programmes? Why /Why not?
Now let’s think about the effects of TV...
Q. Some people think that watching TV can be a negative influence. Would you agree?
Q. What benefits can TV bring to people?
Q. What priorities do you think TV stations should have?
Q. What about developments in programming?
Q. What kind of 'interactive' programmes are there in your country?
Q. Are these a good or a bad development? Why?
Q. What kind of programmes will there be in the future, do you think?