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52 IELTS Speaking Part 2 Topics (June – August ) NEW UPDATED TOPICS (These topics haven't been appeared in the previous actual IELTS speaking. IELTS SPEAKING: SAMPLE ANSWERS Trong tài liệu này, bạn sẽ tìm thấy . đúng số thứ tự của các sample answers dưới đây A. Topic 1: Introduction 1. So, don't try to 'fill up' your answer by repeating the question back to the The topics are usually very familiar and the Examiner normally asks you about.
Describe your favorite song. The funny thing is that the first time I heard it, I thought it was a man singing because the woman has a very deep voice! However, I think the depth of her voice adds to this catchy song. Nowadays, I listen to this song about once a week. When I listen to this song, I can put myself in her shoes and imagine the hardships she has been through. At the end of the song, I feel hopeful that they will find the better life that they are seeking. This song is timeless!
Describe an important plant in your country.
What the plant is How you know it Why it is important And explain how much you like the plant. Describe a city that you have visited.
Describe a time when you moved to a new house or a new school You should say: Describe a leisure activity near or on the sea You should say: What it is Who do you play with Why you have to prepare And explain how you feel about it Describe a positive change in your life You should say: What the change was When it happened How it happened How it happened and explain why it was a positive change Describe an organization or company where you live and they employs a lot of people.
What it is How many employees work there What its work And explain what you think about it. Describe a happy event from your childhood that you remember well. What the event was When and where it happened What you saw or did And explain why you remember this event so well Describe a person who solved a problem in a clever way who the person is when you meet the person where do you and explain why do you think the person is clever Describe an appointment that was put ahead of schedule. What this appointment was When it happened Why it was brought forward And explain how you felt about the result.
Describe a statue or art. What it looks like Where you saw it Did you like it And why you think it is special. Describe a bicycle tour. Describe a useful website that you often visited. What the contents of this website are; How you first found this website; How often you go to visited this website; And explain how this website helps you.
Describe an experience you spend your time with a child. When you spent time with this child Who this child was What you did together And how you felt about it Describe an enjoyable day spent in the countryside You should say: Describe a decision made by that you disagree with You should say: Describe an occasion waiting for something.
What the situation is When it happened Why you decided to wait and explain how you felt while you were waiting Describe an interesting house or an apartment you visited. Where it was Whose home it was What it looks like And explain why you think it was interesting?
Describe a kind of foreign food you tried. What it was When and where you had it Why you had it And explant how you felt it. Describe an interesting neighbor You should say: Who this person is How you know this person What this person like to do And explain why you think this neighbor is interesting Describe a shop that just opened in your hometown.
Where the shop is When it opened What it sells And how you feel about the shop? Describe a well-paid job you would like to do in the future. What job it is What qualities are required for this job What you would need to learn to get this job And explain why you would like to do this job.
Describe a book that you would like to read again. What the book was about Why you read it the first place What you learned from this book And explain why you would like to read again. Describe a kind of weather that you like You should say: What it is What you usually do in this kind of weather How you felt about it And explain what influences it may bring to you Describe an interesting talk or speech you heard recently.
Who was the person you talk to Where and when you talked with this person What you talked about with this person And explain why it was interesting? Describe a famous person in your country.
Who this person is How you know this person What this person famous for And explain why you like this person. Where it is Where it is like there How often you go there And explain why you enjoy going there.
Describe a polite person you met. Who this person was When and where you met this person How you met And explain why you think he or she was polite. Describe a popular place where people go swimming. Have your leisure activities changed since you were a child?
Not a great deal actually. I used to love playing football when I was young as well - I played a lot at school. Though of course I did all the other things kids loved to do such as going out on bike rides after school and things. Do you prefer to spend your free time alone or with other people? It depends on my mood really.
I think most people need some time on their own. Sometimes my work is quite stressful and I spend a lot of time there with others, so it's good to just get home and relax and read a book or something.
But I get bored if I am alone too much so I like to go out and meet friends in the evening or play football. Trains Do you like to travel by train? Yes, I quite like them. If you are on a train you can relax and look out the window, read, use your lap top - it's all quite comfortable. On the bus it's more difficult to do those things because there is less space and the movement can make you travel sick too.
The only problem with trains in my country is that they are often delayed or late. That can ruin your journey.
Where do you usually go by train? It's usually on long trips across the country if I want to visit friends or I have an appointment somewhere. For short journeys around where I live or to work it's much easier to drive or take the bus. As I said before, you can do things such as read on the train so it's good for long journeys. When was the last time you travelled by train? I'm not quite sure, let me think. It was a while ago now. I think the last time was last year when I went up to see some friends I had not seen for a while in the north of the country.
Yes, that was it.
It was a journey of about 3 hours and I had to change trains once during the journey. The first train was a bit crowded and noisy as I think there were people on there going to a football match, but it was an ok trip most of the way..
Time Are you good at managing your time? Actually I'd say I'm not too good! I don't really have a system in place to organize things.
I know some people have an electronic organizer or use some device to plan what they are doing but I don't do that. But I always make sure I am on time for appointments and things like that, and I meet deadlines and get things done. How do you manage your time? As I said, I don't have any specific system in place to manage my time.
For example, if I am at work and I have a lot of cases, I just go through them each day and decide which I need to tackle first. At work we do have an online diary which I guess I use, so in that sense I do manage my time to an extent. When is it most important for you to manage your time? I think it is probably when you are at work. When out of work, it's not really going to affect things too much, or at least only yourself, if you are late to meet friends or for an appointment, or if you are getting things done in your house.
But at work, it will cause problems if you don't manage your time effectively because you could miss deadlines or miss appointments. You could lose your job. So at work is when it is most important to manage your time. Books What kind of books do you like to read? I mostly like to read biographies. I'm not sure why but it is interesting to read about people's real lives, especially when they have had interesting lives and have had to deal with many problems.
I do read fiction as well, but I often find it difficult to get hold of a book that I really like. I also like reading about books to do with current affairs. Do you read the same kind of books now that you read when you were a child? Not really, no. Actually I didn't read that much when I was a child, but if I did it was mainly fiction books, such as fairy tales. Fantasy things. When do you think is the best time to read? I think any time is ok, but when I read I like to concentrate, so I can't read for a short time like on a bus ride like some people do.
I like to put time aside to enjoy it. So if I have some free time at the weekend I might read for a few hours. And I nearly always read before I go to bed - this really helps me to sleep. Art Galleries Are there many art galleries where you live? No, not that I know of. I live in a small town so I don't think there are any, though we do have a few museums and other cultural institutions.
In our capital city there are quite a few art galleries, however. Did you like to go to art galleries when you were a child?
I've never been that interested in art to be honest, so not really. We were taken to one as part of a trip when I was at school. It has a lot of paintings from famous artists from our country. It was quite interesting to see I guess but I've not been to any since.
Should people have to pay to go to art galleries?