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IELTS Speaking Test in Sri Lanka (Part 2, Describe a successful person who you studied or worked with)

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The question below was shared by a student who took the IELTS test in the United Kingdom. Here is a model answer, to show you how you might respond to this question: Speaking Part 2 (Cue Card) Describe a time when you saw someone complain in public (in a restaurant or a store). You should say – who the person was – what the complaint was about – where it happened and explain how you felt about the situation. Answer There was this one time I witnessed a rather intense complaint at a local restaurant. It was a Saturday evening, and my husband and I decided to visit a nearby family-run Italian restaurant, which was packed with people that night. An elderly man seated at the table next to ours seemed quite agitated and he raised his voice enough for… Read More »TEMPLATE – IELTS Speaking Test in Sri Lanka (Part 2, Describe a successful person who you studied or worked with)

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IELTS Speaking Test in Sri Lanka (Part 1, Clothes and Lots of Fish)

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The questions below were shared by a student who took the IELTS test in the United Kingdom. Here are some model answers, to show you how you might respond to those questions: Speaking Part 1 (Interview) 1. Do you prefer working in a crowded place or a quiet one? Why? Honestly, I need a quiet and peaceful space to be productive. If it’s too noisy and busy, I just can’t focus and nothing gets done. It’s not that I don’t like crowded places; under the right circumstances, I can have a lot of fun in those kinds of places. But I am just not able to organise my thoughts with the distraction of background noise or conversations. 2. How do you feel when you find yourself in a crowded place? It depends on the circumstances, really. I mean, if you’re… Read More »TEMPLATE – IELTS Speaking Test in Sri Lanka (Part 1, Clothes and Lots of Fish)

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IELTS Speaking Test in the UK (Part 3, Complaints and their Resolution)

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The questions below were shared by a student who took the IELTS test in the UK. Here are some model answers, to show you how you might respond to those questions: Speaking Part 3 (Discussion) 1. What do people usually complain about in public places? I think the majority of the complaints are about cleanliness, especially in public restrooms or shopping areas. People expect a certain standard, and when it’s not met, they’re quick to voice their dissatisfaction. Another common issue is noise. Noise in public places like shopping centers and crowded streets can be a significant nuisance to anyone trying to have a good time. 2. When people complain, do they usually do it verbally or in writing? It’s usually verbal, and usually to let off steam about people’s dissatisfaction with whatever situation they have faced. In some instances,… Read More »IELTS Speaking Test in the UK (Part 3, Complaints and their Resolution)

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IELTS Speaking Test in the UK (Part 2, Describe a time when you saw someone complain in public)

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The question below was shared by a student who took the IELTS test in the United Kingdom. Here is a model answer, to show you how you might respond to this question: Speaking Part 2 (Cue Card) Describe a time when you saw someone complain in public (in a restaurant or a store). You should say – who the person was – what the complaint was about – where it happened and explain how you felt about the situation. Answer There was this one time I witnessed a rather intense complaint at a local restaurant. It was a Saturday evening, and my husband and I decided to visit a nearby family-run Italian restaurant, which was packed with people that night. An elderly man seated at the table next to ours seemed quite agitated and he raised his voice enough for… Read More »IELTS Speaking Test in the UK (Part 2, Describe a time when you saw someone complain in public)

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IELTS Speaking Test in the UK (Part 1, Crowded Places and Sunglasses)

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The questions below were shared by a student who took the IELTS test in the United Kingdom. Here are some model answers, to show you how you might respond to those questions: Speaking Part 1 (Interview) 1. Do you prefer working in a crowded place or a quiet one? Why? Honestly, I need a quiet and peaceful space to be productive. If it’s too noisy and busy, I just can’t focus and nothing gets done. It’s not that I don’t like crowded places; under the right circumstances, I can have a lot of fun in those kinds of places. But I am just not able to organise my thoughts with the distraction of background noise or conversations. 2. How do you feel when you find yourself in a crowded place? It depends on the circumstances, really. I mean, if you’re… Read More »IELTS Speaking Test in the UK (Part 1, Crowded Places and Sunglasses)

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IELTS Speaking Test in India(Part 3, Children Helping Others and Volunteering)

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The questions below were shared by a student who took the IELTS test in India. Here are some model answers, to show you how you might respond to those questions: Speaking Part 3 (Discussion) 1. Do you like to help others? Why? Helping people is incredibly rewarding, as even the smallest act of kindness can brighten someone’s day. It could be as simple as helping a friend with a chore or just lending an ear, it just feels good to be there for people. Plus, I believe kindness is the best kind of contagious, when you help others, it encourages them to do the same. 2. How can children help their parents? Children can help their parents in so many ways, depending on their age. Their chores could be simple like tidying up their rooms, setting the table, or helping… Read More »IELTS Speaking Test in India(Part 3, Children Helping Others and Volunteering)

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IELTS Speaking Test in India (Part 2, Describe a person who lives in your area and loves helping others)

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The question below was shared by a student who took the IELTS test in India. Here is a model answer, to show you how you might respond to this question: Speaking Part 2 (Cue Card) Describe a person who lives in your area and always offers a helping hand to others. You should say – who it is – how he/she helps others – why he/she does it and explain how you feel about this person. Answer So, there’s this person in my neighbourhood, Mrs Khan. She’s been living here for years and she is one of the kindest and most generous people I have ever met. She is always ready to help and always keeping an eye out for everyone. Many of the residents in our street are much younger than her, so whenever someone is having hard time… Read More »IELTS Speaking Test in India (Part 2, Describe a person who lives in your area and loves helping others)

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IELTS Speaking Test in India (Part 1, Rainy Weather and Physical Health)

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The questions below were shared by a student who took the IELTS test in India. Here are some model answers, to show you how you might respond to those questions: Speaking Part 1 (Interview) 1. What do you do, work or study? I currently work. I’m a graphic designer at a small creative firm in the city. It’s a great job because it combines my love for art and technology. 2. Why did you choose this subject? I chose graphic design because I’ve always been drawn to visual storytelling. Ever since I was a kid, I loved doodling and playing around with designs. That, coupled with my love of technology and software design, made it a natural choice for me to turn this passion into a career. 3. What do you enjoy about your subject? What I love most about… Read More »IELTS Speaking Test in India (Part 1, Rainy Weather and Physical Health)

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IELTS Speaking Test in Bangladesh (Part 3, Famous Athletes and Sports in School)

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The questions below were shared by a student who took the IELTS test in Bangladesh. Here are some model answers, to show you how you might respond to those questions: Speaking Part 3 (Discussion) 1. Do you think all athletes should be considered as role models or idols? Why or why not? No, I don’t think so. Being skilled in sports doesn’t necessarily make someone a good role model or even a good person. It’s their behaviour, both on and off the field, that should determine their status as role models. Athletes who demonstrate good character, sportsmanship, and a positive attitude are great role models, but we should not overlook their personal conduct just because they are a talented athlete. 2. What role do famous athletes play in promoting sporting activities among the general public? They serve as sources of… Read More »IELTS Speaking Test in Bangladesh (Part 3, Famous Athletes and Sports in School)

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IELTS Speaking Test in Bangladesh (Part 2, Describe an admirable sports person)

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The question below was shared by a student who took the IELTS test in Bangladesh. Here is a model answer, to show you how you might respond to this question: Speaking Part 2 (Cue Card) Describe an admirable sports person. You should say: – who he/she is – why you admire him/her – what he/she achieved and explain why you think people should follow his/her example. Answer There is only one person that comes to mind, Michael Schumacher, the Formula One champion. And it is not just because of his success on the racetrack but also his strength in facing his many health challenges, after his skiing accident. I think his sheer willpower and determination are simply unmatched. I started watching Formula one when Michael Schumacher was still driving for Benetton, which at the time was once of the best… Read More »IELTS Speaking Test in Bangladesh (Part 2, Describe an admirable sports person)

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