IELTS Speaking Questions

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IELTS Speaking Questions

As soon as you decide to study abroad, you must explore the universities and identify the necessary entry requirements in order to complete your admission process hassle-free. Apart from LORs, SOP, transcripts, etc, a valid scorecard of an English proficiency test like IELTS, TOEFL, TOEIC, etc is also required. Out of many, the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is one of the most popular competitive exams to attain overseas education.  Generally, it is taken by the students who belong to a county where English is not an official language or is not spoken frequently. It comprises 4 sections, the IELTS syllabus of which evaluates the aspirants on the parameters like Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening. All the three sections, except speaking, can be prepared thoroughly before the examination. The speaking section is extempore and includes some impromptu questions by the examiners making it one of the trickiest sections. If you are appearing for the IELTS examinations in the year 2021, then you must know that be it IELTS General Training or Academic, IELTS speaking questions are framed from scores of topics. To make it easier, here is a blog in which some of the important IELTS speaking questions have been collated.  

What is IELTS?

IELTS Speaking Questions on Studies

  • What are you studying?
  • Why did you choose this particular program?
  • What all subjects are there in your course/ standard?
  • Out of all, which is your favourite subject?
  • What would be your dream job profile as per this program?

IELTS Speaking Questions on Hometown 

  • Where do you belong to?
  • Where is your hometown situated?
  • Were you born there?
  • What is the most unique thing about your hometown?
  • What are the three things visitors would love about your native place?

Speaking Questions on Work 

  • What is your work profile?
  • What duties are you tasked with?
  • Are you working in your dream industry? If no, then why?
  • What do you usually do when you finish your work?
  • Is there anything you don’t like about your job?

IELTS Speaking Questions on Home 

  • Do you live in an apartment or a house?
  • Who do you live there with?
  • What is your favourite view from your house/apartment?
  • If you could alter anything about your house, what would it be?
  • What is your go-to spot in your house?
  • Do you have a joint family or a nuclear one?
  • How many members are there in total?
  • What is your favourite family pass time together?
  • Who is your favourite family member?
  • Do all your family members live in the same house?

Free Time 

  • What is your favourite leisure-time activity?
  • Do you prefer doing the activity alone or with a group of friends/ family members?
  • Why do you love doing this activity the most?
  • According to you what is the importance of free time activities in our schedule?

Food

  • Do you enjoy cooking?
  • What type of dishes do you love cooking?
  • Which dishes do you love cooking?
  • Is cooking your favourite leisure activity?
  • Do you like eating alone or with your family?

Accommodation & Hometown

  1. Let’s talk about your hometown. Where is your hometown?
  2. What do you like about it?
  3. What do you not like about it?
  4. How important is your hometown to you?
  5. Do you think you will continue to live in your hometown?
  6. Let’s move on to talk about accommodation. Tell me about the kind of accommodation you live in?
  7. Does the place you live in have many amenities?
  8. Is there anything you would like to change about the place you live in?
  9. Do you plan to live there for a long time?

Hometown & Weather

  1. What is your country famous for?
  2. Where do you live in your country?
  3. Is it an interesting place to live?
  4. Are you planning to live there in the future?
  5. How is the weather today?
  6. What’s your favourite kind of weather?
  7. Is there any type of weather you really don’t like?
  8. What is the climate like in your country?
  9. Does the weather affect people’s lives in your country?
  10. Do people change in the summer?
  11. Does bad weather ever affect transport in your country?

High School & Hometown

  1. Where is your hometown?
  2. How often do you visit your hometown?
  3. How many people live in your hometown?
  4. What is your hometown famous for?
  5. What’s the oldest part of your hometown?
  6. Who was your favourite teacher in high school?
  7. What’s your favourite subject in high school?
  8. Do you still remember what happened on your first day of high school?
  9. Do you still keep in touch with your friends from high school?
  10. Do you miss your life in high school?

Lifestyle & Work

  1. What do you do in your free time?
  2. Do you have a busy social life?
  3. Do you lead an active life?
  4. Has your life changed much in the last year?
  5. What would you like to change about your lifestyle?
  6. Do you work right now?
  7. Do you get on well with your co-workers?
  8. What responsibilities do you have at your work?
  9. Are there good work opportunities in your home country?
  • Do you own a mobile phone?
  • What do you like and dislike about your mobile phone?
  • At what age did you get your first mobile phone?
  • According to you, having a mobile phone is a boon or a bane?
  • Which is your favourite mobile phone company and why?

Television 

  • Which is your favourite TV program?
  • On average, how many hours do you devote to watching a TV show?
  • Do you think there are many pros and cons to letting children watch TV?

Advertisements & Books

  1. Do you like reading books? Why?
  2. What book would you take on a long journey?
  3. How easy is it for you to read books in English?
  4. Have you given up reading a book recently?
  5. What kind of people like reading and what kind of people don’t like reading very much?
  6. Do you like watching advertisements?
  7. Will you buy something because of an advertisement?
  8. How do you feel when you see pop-up ads on the internet?
  9. Do you like funny or serious advertisements?
  10. What makes a good advertisement?

Celebrity & Computer

  1. Do you use computers?
  2. What do you use a computer to do?
  3. Did you use computers when you were little?
  4. Do people often use computers these days?
  5. Will people continue to use computers in the future?
  6. Who is your favorite celebrity?
  7. Do you like any foreign celebrities?
  8. Would you want to be a celebrity in the future?
  9. Do you think we should protect famous people’s privacy?
  10. How do celebrities influence their fans in your country?

Music & Newspaper And Magazine

  1. What’s your favorite kind of music?
  2. Do you like to listen to live music?
  3. Is live music popular in your country?
  4. Have you ever been to a concert before? Or Have you ever been to a musical performance?
  5. Do you often read newspapers?
  6. Do you prefer to read local news or international news?
  7. Which is more popular where you live, newspapers or magazines?
  8. Do many people today read newspapers?
  9. In the future, do you think more people than today will read magazines, or fewer people?
  10. Do you think newspapers will be very important to you in the future?

Internet & Major

  1. How important is the Internet to you?
  2. Do you use the Internet more for work or in your free time?
  3. Do you think you use the Internet too much?
  4. How will the Internet develop in the future?
  5. Are there any negative things about the Internet?
  6. What is your major? Or what was your major?
  7. Did you or do you like it?
  8. Is it a popular subject at your university?
  9. If you could change to another subject, what would it be?
  10. Would you change it if you had the chance?

Gift & Noise

  1. Do you mind noises?
  2. What types of noise do you come across in your daily life?
  3. Are there any sounds that you like?
  4. Where can you hear loud noises?
  5. Do you think there’s too much noise in modem society?
  6. Are cities becoming noisier?
  7. When do you send gifts?
  8. When was the last time you received a gift?
  9. Have you received a gift you didn’t like?
  10. How do you feel when you receive a gift?
  11. Do people in your country send gifts to show their generosity?

Patience & Politeness

  1. What do you think patience is?
  2. Do you think patience is important?
  3. Do you think you are an patient person?
  4. Have you ever lost your patience?
  5. Are you a polite person?
  6. Who taught you to be polite?
  7. Is it important to be polite?
  8. What do you do if others are not polite to you?

Colors & Weather

  1. What’s the best season of the whole year?
  2. What do people normally do in that season?
  3. What’s the weather usually like in your country (or, your hometown)?
  4. How is the weather here different from the weather in your home country?
  5. What colors do you like?
  6. What’s the most popular color in your country?
  7. Do you like to wear dark or bright colors?
  8. What’s the difference between men and women’s preference for colors?
  9. Do colors affect your mood?

Art & Photography

  1. Do you like art?
  2. Do you think art classes are necessary?
  3. How do you think art classes affect children’s development?
  4. What kind of paintings do people in your country like?
  5. What benefits can you get from painting as a hobby?
  6. Do you like to take photographs?
  7. Do you prefer to take photos yourself or to have other people take photos?
  8. How often do you take photographs?
  9. Do you prefer to take pictures of people or of scenery?
  10. Are there any photos on the walls of your home?

Not restricted to just above, there are scores of IELTS speaking questions that you can practice before appearing for the exam. If you want to know some strategies or want to take a step ahead in your IELTS preparation then enrol in Leverage Edu‘s IELTS coaching in Delhi/Noida/Bangalore, etc. The experts with high-level resources and one-on-one learning sessions will help you clear the exam with flying colours!

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