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These Speaking Part 1 topics are very common used in IELTS Speaking exam. Let’s get it.

  1. Bring Things
     What will you bring when you go out?
     Did you ever forget to bring things?
     Will you bring different things in the daytime or at night?
  2. Shoes
     Do you like shoes?
     Which do you prefer, comfortable ones or fashionable ones?
     Are people willing to buy expensive shoes?
  3. Television
     Did you often watch television when you were a child?
     Do you often watch TV recently?
     What kind of TV programmes do you like most?
  4. Housework
     Do you do housework at home?
     What kind of housework do you often do?
     Did you do housework when you were a child?
     Do you think that children should do housework?
  5. Dream
     Do you remember your dream when you wake up?
     Do you like hearing others’ dreams?
     Do you think dream will affect life?
     Do you want to learn more about dreams?
  6. History
     Do you like (to learn about) histoiy?
     What historical event do you find most interesting?
     Do you think history is important?
     Do you like to watch programs on TV about history?
     How (or, from where) do you get information about history?
  7. Leisure Time
     When do you have free time?
     Do you think it’s important to have leisure time?
     How does that (the way Vietnamese people like to relax) compare with western countries?
     Do your friends ever come to your home in their free time?
     Compare the way people in Vietnam relax today and the way they used to relax years ago.

There are also some Speaking Part 2 questions:

  1. Describe your favorite photograph
    1) Where was the photo taken?
    2) Who took the photo?
    3) What can be seen from the photo?
    4) Explain why it is the favorite photograph for you.
    Follow-up:
    How to take good photo?
    When do people use camera?
    How can the new technology put cinema’s skill advanced?

2. The important historic place
1) What is the place?
2) Where is it located?
3) Why do you think it is important?
Follow-up:
What do you think of the historic place in the future?
Will the government increase or decrease the safety guard?
What are the changes to the local people and economy?
What is the impact on the historic place by tourists?

The Speaking topics are very crusial and remember if you get prepared for this topics, you can avoid from the mistakes that were done by students

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