IELTS Council آیلتس:Speaking test, Parts sp

Speaking test, Part 2 (Cue Card) question Talk about a city/town you would recommend as a good place to live or visit (it can't be your hometown). You

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Speaking test, Part 2 (Cue Card) question
Talk about a city/town you would recommend as a good place to live or visit (it can't be your hometown). You should say

- what it is
- where it is located
- how you know about it
- and explain why you would recommend it as a good place to live or visit.

Model Answer

When I think of a good city to live, I think Islamabad; it has won my heart with its beauty and its kind-hearted people. Islamabad is located in the heart of Pakistan, and it is the capital city of Pakistan. I grew up in South Africa, and the only knowledge I had about Pakistan and Islamabad was the negative image created by the media. Many years later, I travelled to the city with my family and found that this place was nothing like what I had seen on TV.

Each street is lined with trees, and there are parks and greenery everywhere. Sometimes we just drive around the city and marvel at all the beautiful trees and flowers. Apart from this, the city is a first-world city and you can find basically everything you would in any western country. There are fast food outlets like McDonald's, large shopping malls and big-name international brands that operate here.

But the thing that amazes me the most about this place is that it is super clean, and this is mostly because the residents take pride in their city and homes, and so they take care of their surroundings.

Another feature is that it is perfect for tourists, it has everything a modern city can have, plus it's very green and the cost of living is highly affordable. You could live like a king here even earning the minimum wage of most first-world countries.

Latest IELTS Speaking questions from Nigeria – December 2022

Speaking test
Part 1 (Interview)

- What is your full name?
- What shall I call you?
- What type of house do you live in?
- What do you like about your house?
- Where's your favourite place in the house?
- Do you like any sports?
- What sports did you like when you were a child?
- Did you play any sport when you were young?
- What good practical skill do you have?
- Did you learn this skill from someone?
- How can a skill influence your profession?

Part 2 (Cue Card)

Describe something that you lost and found. You should say

- what it was
- when you lost it
- how you found it
- and explain how you felt about it.

Part 3 (Discussion)

- Why do people lose their things?
- How can people prevent losing their property?
- How can losing property be prevented in public places?
- Why do archaeologists search for buried items?
- What do they do with the artefacts they find?
- Should those artefacts be kept in their country of origin, or allowed to be taken out of the country?

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Part 1 (Interview)

- What is your name?
- Do you work or study?
- What are your responsibilities at work?
- Why did you choose this job?
- Is there something you don't like about your job?
- Let's talk about advertisements
- Tell me about an advertisement you saw recently that you enjoyed.
- What would you do if an advertisement popped up on the Internet or on TV?
- Would you like to be in an advertisement one day?

Part 2 (Cue Card)

Describe a day out that doesn't cost much. You should say,

- where you went
- what you did
- what you spent money on
- and explain whether you enjoyed the day out and why.

Part 3 (Discussion)

- What do people in your country do when they have a day off?
- Some people like spending time alone at home on a day off, while others prefer going out with friends, why is that?9
- Are people spending their free time in a different way now, compared to the past?
- Do you think that technology has changed the way people enjoy their leisure time now?
- Do you think technology is encouraging people to stay home?
- Who do you think has more leisure time, older or younger people? Why?
- Do you think it is true that young people enjoy active leisure more often than older people? Why?

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