20 January 2015

IELTS Speaking Questions Part 2 & 3 ( June 2014)

The following sets of questions are based from the IELTS exams taken by the examinees from different parts of the world. Practice answering these questions within the given time for each part. In Part 2, you have 1 minute to prepare and organize your thoughts and 2 minutes to deliver your answer. In Part 3, you have to answer the follow up questions directly and it allows you to have at least a minute to answer each question.

IELTS Speaking Test in Korea

Part 2:
Talk about a book that you read recently and were impressed by. Please say
- What book was it?
- How did you feel about it?
- Why did it impress you?
Part 3:
- Do you think people nowadays read more or less compared to the past?
- What is more effective: reading or watching TV?
- Who is reading more in your opinion: young or old people?
- What factors do affect reading?
IELTS Speaking Test in Australia

Part 2:
Talk about a good law in your country. Please say
- What law is it?
- Why is it a good law?
- Who does the law affect?
- What would have happened without the law?
Part 3:
- Talk about the role of a police officer in your country.
- What are the criteria to be a good police officer?
- How about a lawyer?
- What job is more popular in your country, a policeman or a lawyer? Why?
- Do most people in your country abide the law?
- Do you think the law should be broken sometimes? If so, under what circumstances?

IELTS Speaking Test in Qatar

Part 2:
Describe a situation when you bumped into an old friend unexpectedly after a long time. Please say
- What was your reaction?
- What did you talk about?
- How did you feel after it?
Part 3:
- Do you have many friends?
- Do you think friendship is important? Why?

 IELTS Speaking Test in Iran

Part 2:
Talk about a good advice that you have ever received from someone. Please say
- What was the advice?
- When and where did it take place?
- Who gave you this advice?
Part 3:
- Do you usually listen to someone’s advice?
- Do you prefer to listen to your relatives’ or friends’ advice? Why?
- Who should give young people advice about their future career? Why?
- How can people get information about their career? Why?

IELTS Speaking Test in Brazil

Part 2:
Talk about a language other than English, that you would like to learn. Please say
- What language is it?
- Why do you want to learn it?
- How would you do that?
- What difficulties would you have while learning it?
Part 3:
- Is it important to know a language other than your own?
- Do cultures have influence on languages?
- How does it happen?

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