IELTS speaking test is a face-to-face interview and it will be recorded. The examiner will ask many familiar questions in the first part of IELTS test, such as; Do you work or studyExplain about your hometown? etc.  Avoid yes/no answers and always respond the questions with verities of words using appropriate sentences.  We are going to discuss and suggest you to be prepare for IELTS Speaking Test with common topics which are quite possible to be asked by the examiners.

Find out which Topic / subject is for you to difficult to speak. Try to think and visualize on those topics and make some notes on it. When you speak, do not try to repeat a word more than three times. Always use good Words, Phrases, Collocations, Synonyms and proper sentence structures including Complex and Compound sentences. Check your pronunciation; if you find difficult to pronounce any specific word, try to keep speaking that word until it becomes easy for you to pronounce. Try to avoid repetition of the words and self-corrections.

Name / Family                                                                                   Study/Major/Work

Hometown                                                                                         Living place & Accommodation

Weather/favorite Season                                                                   Punctuality/Time

TV Program                                                                                       Museum/ Gallery

Holiday/Public holiday                                                                       Film

Leisure Time                                                                                      Sports

Hanging out with friends                                                                    Fruit

Sky                                                                                                     Clothes

Weekend                                                                                            Reading

Sleep                                                                                                  Tree

Memorizing                                                                                         Friend

Traveling by Train/car/auto                                                                 Public transportation

Festivals                                                                                             Best memory

Photography                                                                                       Help

History                                                                                                Handwriting

Music                                                                                                  Colour

Teachers                                                                                             Being in a hurry

Being alone                                                                                        Team work

Countryside                                                                                        Swimming

Make questions with:     Do you / Are you…? Did you/ Have you…? Will / Would you…?

And… Who / What / Why / When / Where / which / How (many/much) / How long

Sample questions for topic: TV Program

Do you watch TV program?

Why do you watch TV program?

Do you think it’s important to watch TV program?

Which Program do you usually watch ?

When did you start watching it?

Which TV program did you use to watch in your childhood?

Do you think children should watch TV channels? Why/ Why not?

What are the positive and negative effects of watching TV program?

Do you see any changes in TV program, 20 years ago and now?


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