The following is very useful on how you can enhance your speaking abilities using the English language. You can ask someone to act as an interviewer and let him/her read the questions below. Good luck and practice harder. I hope you find this post useful for your IELTS review.
IELTS Speaking Test Part 1
Please come in and sit down - over here. First, let me take a look at your passport.
... it's for security purposes only.
Thank you. My name is (interviewer's name). What is your name?
Where do you come from?
Tell me about your family. What do your family members do for a living?
What do you and your family like to do together?
Where do you live now?
What kind of place do you live in (a house or a flat)?
Describe the neighbourhood that you live in at the moment.
Have you ever had a full-time job? If you have, tell me about it.
What are (or were) the advantages and disadvantages of this job?
Have you ever had a part-time or casual job?
Did you enjoy your time at school? Tell me what you liked and what you didn't like.
Are you studying at the moment? If so, what are you studying and where?
What do you find most difficult about your study and why?
What is your favourite pastime? Why do you enjoy doing this?
Do you prefer indoor or outdoor activities? Why?
Do you belong to any clubs? If so, why did you join.
Do you read much? What do you like to read?
What else do you like to do in your spare time?
IELTS Speaking Test Part 2
Thank you. Now, please take this card. I want you to speak for one or two minutes about the topic written on this card. Follow the instructions on the card. You have one minute to prepare before you give your talk.
Describe a person who has had a major influence on you.
You should include in your answer:
- who that person is and what he or she looks like
- how you first met
- his or her special qualities and characteristics
- ... and why that person is so important in your life.
IELTS Speaking Test Part 3
Part 3 (begins after one or two follow-up questions on the talk above)
Thank you. Please give me back the card. People are so interesting.
How do you think people's attitudes to life have changed over the last hundred years or so?
How is your behaviour different to your parents' behaviour?
What do you think has caused these changes - why have people changed so much?
How is modern life better than in the past?
In what ways was life better in the past?
Describe the main problems that people face living in the modern world.
Are there any solutions to these problems?
Do you think the way we live will continue to change in the future? In what way?
What do you think will be the greatest influence on young people in the future?
... and what are the greatest dangers that young people will face?
Who are the best role models for young people these days?
That is the end of the interview. Thank you and goodbye.