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IELTS Speaking Part 2&3 Topics June July August 2020

IELTS Speaking Part 2 and Part 3 Topics June — August 2020

Below is a list of Cue Cards that the examiner may give you in part 2 section of the IELTS speaking test.

These Cue Cards are not a guarantee, they are just guessworks for helping students prepare for the IELTS test.

In addition, don’t forget to check Recent IELTS Speaking questions (2020)

1. Describe an old person you know and respect

You should say:
Who he or she is
How you know this person
What he or she is like
And explain why you respect him or her

Follow ups/Part 3 – the elderly

  1. What qualities does a person need to have to take care of old people?
  2. Do you think old people should be taken care of at home?
  3. How can people in the neighborhood help the elderly during an epidemic?
  4. Do you see this kind of help occurring in your neighborhood?

2. Describe a risk you have taken which had a positive result.

You should say:
What it was?
Why you took it?
What the result was?
And explain how you felt about it?

Use Vocabulary to descibe your feelings and emotions

Follow ups/Part 3 – extreme and risk

  1. Why do some people enjoy extreme sports?
  2. Are action films popular in your country?
  3. Do you think it is a good thing if a leader likes to take risk?
  4. Do you think men and women will make a different choice about risk taking?
  5. What about the young and old?

3. Describe a mistake you have made

You should say:
What it is?
When you made it?
How you made it?
And explain how you felt about it?

Use Vocabulary to descibe your feelings and emotions

Follow ups/Part 3 – life mistakes

  1. What can we learn from our mistakes?
  2. Do children make mistakes easily?
  3. What should parents do if their children make mistakes?
  4. How do children benefit from using dictionaries?

4. Describe a volunteering experience you have had

You should say:
What it was
Where it was
Why you volunteered
And explain how you felt about it

Use Vocabulary to descibe your feelings and emotions

Follow ups/Part 3 – volunteering

  1. What qualities are required for being a volunteer?
  2. What type of personality does a volunteer has?
  3. How can companies engaging in volunteering help our society?
  4. Do you think people nowadays should participate more in volunteering?
  5. How do modern technologies assist volunteers and volunteering experiences?

5. Describe a program or app in your computer or phone

You should say:
What the app/program is
When, where you found it
How you use it
And explain how you feel about it

Use Vocabulary to describe technology
Vocabulary to descibe your feelings and emotions

Follow ups/Part 3 – apps

  1. Which phone app is the most popular in your country?
  2. Do you think the parents should limit the time their children spend on the phone?
  3. Do you think people depend on phone apps too much?
  4. Do you think some apps will help people to study?
  5. What kinds of Apps do you have on your phone?
  6. What are the drawbacks of having too many apps on your phone?
  7. How much time do you spend on these Apps?
  8. Do you like to look for new Apps or just keep using the old ones?
  9. Do you use free APPs or the ones that you need to pay for?

6. Describe a long car journey you went on

You should say:
Where you went
What you did at that place
Who you went there with
And explain why you went on that journey by car

Follow ups/Part 3 – cars

  1. What will cars be like in the future?
  2. What’s the difference between men’s and women’s preference on cars?
  3. What are the differences between bicycles and private cars?
  4. Why do people like to have private cars?
  5. What are the differences between bicycles and private cars?
  6. Is it a good thing that everyone has his/her own cars?
  7. How to buy private cars in your country?
  8. Do many families own private cars in your country?

 7. Describe a place you visited that has been affected by pollution

You should say:
Where is it
When you visited this place
What kind of pollution you saw there
And explain how this place was affected

Follow ups/Part 3 – environment

  1. What kinds of pollution are serious in your country?
  2. What can individuals do to protect our environment?
  3. Do you think individuals should be responsible for pollution?
  4. Why is there a need to involve government in environmental protection?

8. Describe a friend/person who is a good leader

You should say:
Who this person is
How you know this person
What he does
How this person behaves
And explain why do you think he is a good leader

Follow ups/Part 3 – leadership

  1. Who is the head of the family in your culture?
  2. Are men better at decision making in a family?
  3. Do you think that in future there will be more women leaders?
  4. Should a leader discuss with team members when making decisions?

9. Describe a dinner you really enjoyed

You should say:
When it was
What you ate
Who you were with
And explain why you enjoyed it

Use Vocabulary to descibe your feelings and emotions

Follow ups/Part 3 – eating

  1. Why do people like to have special food on special occasions?
  2. What is the difference between eating at home and eating out on special occasions?
  3. What national identity can be seen in a nation’s cuisine?
  4. Why do global leaders like to gather around for dinner?

10. Describe a large company that you are interested in

You should say:

  • Which company it is (what kind of business it does)
  • How you know about it
  • How you feel about it
  • And explain Why you have interest in this company

Follow ups/Part 3 – big companies

  1. What are the differences between a big company and a small company?
  2. Are there many big companies in your country?
  3. What are the good things about working for a big company?
  4. How can a small company grow big?
  5. Should big companies donate more to charities?
  6. Should big companies be punished more seriously if they break the law?
  7. Are there any big companies in your hometown?
  8. Is it difficult to get a promotion in a large company?

11.Describe a person in your family that you admire

You should say:

  • Who he or she is
  • What he or she does for a living
  • What he or she is like
  • And explain why you admire him or her

Follow ups/Part 3 – Family relationships

  1. Who is important in your family: the father or the mother?
  2. How should parents look after their children?
  3. How should working parents look after their children?
  4. Do children get sufficient love and affection from their parents these days?
  5. What do you think about relationships between teenagers and their parents nowadays?
  6. How do children learn to speak?
  7. Do you think adults speak to children differently than between themselves?
  8. Do you think human communication is different from that of animals?
  9. What do you think are good communication skills?
  10. Do you think everyone can learn these skills?
  11. How would you suggest these skills be taught to children?
  12. Do you think adults and children communicate the same way?
  13. Can you think of any example of work (or, jobs) that require good communication skills?
  14. What (personal) qualities do you think good communicator should have?

12.Describe a time when a family member asked for your help

You should say:

  • When it was
  • Who asked you for help
  • How you helped
  • And explain how you felt about it

Follow ups/Part 3 – Help

  1. What can children help their parents with?
  2. What are the benefits of children helping their parents?
  3. Should parents reward their children when they help others?
  4. Do parents help their children because they need their help when they are old?

13.Describe an unpleasant job you did

You should say:

  • What was the job
  • When you did it
  • Why did you find it unpleasant
  • And explain how you felt about it?

Follow ups/Part 3 – Work

  1. How modern technologies influence people?
  2. Do people now work less than in the past because of technological progress?
  3. Will people work less in the future?
  4. What makes people successful?
  5. Do successful people have different abilities?
  6. Are the genetics of successful people different?
  7. How innovations influence global progress?

14. A time when you did not tell the truth to someone

You should say:

  • When was it
  • To whom you did not tell the truth
  • Why did you not tell the truth
  • What was the truth
  • And explain how you felt about it?

Follow ups/Part 3 – Information 

  1. How can people check whether a piece of information is correct or not?
  2. What is the difference between giving information by phone and email?
  3. What kind of professions are related to giving information to others?
  4. Do people trust the information shared online?

15. Describe a time when you were cheated/ when someone lied to you / someone did not tell you the complete truth

You should say:

  • What the situation was
  • When this happened
  • Who was the person
  • What did he hide about
  • And explain why do you think the person did not tell the whole truth

Follow ups/Part 3 – Lies, honesty

  1. Do you think telling white lies is acceptable sometimes?
  2. Do you think honesty is the only important quality that should be in a person?
  3. Do you think children should be taught honesty in young age?
  4. Do you think being completely honest all times can be not good?
  5. Why do people lie sometimes?
  6. How would you define white lies?
  7. Some people say liars are those who have a good memory, what do you think?
  8. What are the other ways to teach children about honesty except having parents or teachers teach them?

16. Describe a time you got lost in a place you didn’t know about

You should say:

  • When did it happen
  • Who was with you
  • What did you do
  • And explain How you felt about it

Follow ups/Part 3 – Maps

  1. Do you often get lost?
  2. Is map-reading skill important?
  3. Are some people good at map-reading than others?
  4. Why some people like travelling to other places?
  5. Should they find information about the place before going there?

17. Describe something difficult you would like to succeed in doing

You should say:

  • What it is
  • Why is it difficult
  • How would you like to prepare for it?
  • And explain why you would like to be successful in doing it?

Follow ups/Part 3 – Plans

  1. What is the hardest part about making plans?
  2. What is the most recent plan you made?
  3. Do you make plans everyday?
  4. Are you good at managing your time?

18.What would you like to change at the place where you live

You should say:

  • How you can do it
  • What obstacles could come
  • And explain why you want to make this change

Follow ups/Part 3 – Communication

  1. What is the best place to communicate with people?
  2. Why it is important to communicate for people?
  3. Does technology impact the way people communicate? In what way?

19. Describe a foreign country(culture) you want to know more about?

You should say:

  • Which country it is or what culture
  • Where it is
  • How you know about it
  • And explain why you want to know more about it

Follow ups/Part 3 – Foreign culture

  1. What do you think is the best way to learn foreign culture?
  2. What do you think is the biggest problem to work in a foreign country?
  3. Some people say that reading is the best way to learn about a culture, Do you agree?

20. Describe a place where you are able to relax

You should say:

  • Where it is
  • What it is like
  • How often you go there
  • And explain how you feel about this place

Follow ups/Part 3 – Relaxation

  1. How do students relax themselves?
  2. What activities do employers organise to help employees relax?
  3. Do people now have more ways to relax than in the past?
  4. Do you think natural sceneries are more helpful than indoor activities?
  5. Do you like to visit movie theatres?
  6. Where do people in your country like to go on weekends?
  7. What do old people do to relax?
  8. What is the importance of relaxation?
  9. What are the ways people relax themselves?
  10. What do you do to relax yourself?
  11. Do you think we should take a day off from our working?
  12. Do you think people can actually relax by doing relaxation exercises?
  13. Some people do nothing to relax. Do you think it is a good idea?
  14. Do you think relaxation should include some activity or doing nothing is enough?
  15. How did people relax earlier and how do they now?

21. Talk about something you enjoyed doing in a group

You should say:

  • What was it
  • With whom you did it
  • When you did it
  • And explain how you felt about it

Follow ups/Part 3 – Teamwork

  1. What kinds of quality does a leader need?
  2. What are the reasons for the failure of teamwork?
  3. Do children need to know more about teamwork?
  4. Is cooperation more important than competition?
  5. Which one do you think is more important: individual development or team goals?
  6. Do you think it is a good thing to have disagreements within a team?
  7. How to become a good member of the team in a workplace?

22. Describe a time when you missed an appointment

You should say:

  • When and where it happened
  • What the appointment was for
  • What happened when you missed it
  • And explain how you felt about the appointment

Follow ups/Part 3 – Memory and reminders

  1. Which events in your country most people forget?
  2. Do you think it is a good idea to use electronic devices for putting reminders?
  3. Do you use them?
  4. How memory can help you to learn a new skill?
  5. How can modern technology help you keep good memories?
  6. Is human memory important nowadays?
  7. Can electronic devices such as smart phones replace human memory?
  8. How often do you make appointments?
  9. Is it important to be punctual in your country?
  10. Is it easy to make an appointment in your country?

23. Describe a journey that did not go as planned

You should say:

  • Where you went
  • Who you went with
  • What you did
  • and explain why you disliked this journey

Follow ups/Part 3 – Travelling

  1. Are there any special places for visiting in your country?
  2. Do people in your country like to travel abroad?
  3. What can people benefit from travelling?
  4. Do you like to travel on your own or with your family?
  5. Do you like to visit popular places or less-known places?
  6. Do people prefer short trips or long trips?
  7. What kinds of problems would people have when they go on a long trip?

24. Describe an advertisement you remember well

You should say:

  • What is it
  • When and where you saw it
  • And explain what happens in it

Follow ups/Part 3 – Advertisements

  1. Why do some people hate advertisements?
  2. Do people usually buy stuff after watching advertisements?
  3. Is music useful in advertising?
  4. What are advantages of TV advertisements? How about internet advertisements?
  5. Where usually do we see adverts?
  6. Are there any advertisements at school?
  7. Are there some inappropriate adverts, like that of a condom?
  8. Why does the government allow such ads?
  9. Do you think it is bad for children?
  10. Do parents complain about it?

25. Describe something special that you brought home from a tourist place

You should say:

  • What it was
  • When did you buy it
  • From where did you buy it
  • What it was like
  • And explain why you think it was special

Follow ups/Part 3 – Tourist attractions

  1. What souvenirs people buy from tourist attractions?
  2. Why do people like to take photos while travelling?
  3. Is it good that the locals sell things to tourists?
  4. What are the pros and cons of taking professional cameras when travelling?

26. Describe a film you watched

You should say:

  • When and where you watched it?
  • What was the movie about?
  • Why you chose to watch it?
  • And explain how you felt about it?

Follow ups/Part 3 – Films

  1. What kinds of films are popular in your country?
  2. Do different age groups like the same kinds of films?
  3. What kinds of films do young people particularly like?
  4. Do fewer people choose to watch movies in cinemas than people did in the past?
  5. What are other ways to watch movies now?
  6. What’s the difference between American movies and movies from your country?
  7. What do you think of violent films?
  8. Why do you think movies need computer techniques?
  9. Do you think cinemas will disappear in the future?
  10. Do you think (watching) films have (has) educational benefits?
  11. Do men and women like to watch the same kinds of films?
  12. In what ways are documentary films and films only for entertainment different?
  13. . Why do you think documentary films are not so popular?

27. Describe a new public building/place, which you would like to visit

You should say:

  • Which building/place is it
  • Where is it
  • When would you like to visit it
  • With whom would you like to visit
  • And explain why do you want to visit it

Follow ups/Part 3 – Facilities 

  1. What measures should be taken to deal with damage on public facilities?
  2. What are the differences between old facilities and new facilities?
  3. What facilities do young people and old people like in your country?
  4. What is the difference between facilities in the countryside and the ones in the cities?

28. Describe your favorite clothes

You should say:

  • What is it like
  • Who gave it to you or where you bought it
  • How often you wear it
  • And explain how you feel about it or why you enjoy wearing it?

Follow ups/Part 3 – Clothes

  1. What is the difference between the dressing style of young people and that of old people?
  2. Do the people living in north part of your country wear different clothes as compared to the people living in south?
  3. What kinds of clothes do people wear after work?
  4. What kind of clothes should people wear at work?
  5. Do you think students need to wear school uniforms?
  6. Where do people in your country buy clothes?
  7. Does personality affect how people choose what to wear?
  8. When should people wear formal clothes?
  9. Do people wear formal clothes more often than before?

29. Describe one of your family members you spend the most time with

You should say:

  • Who is he/she?
  • What do you usually do together?
  • What kind of person he/she is?
  • And explain why you spend most of the time with him/her?

Follow ups/Part 3 – Families

  1. How many generations usually live together in your country?
  2. Is it important to visit family members?
  3. What are the values of family in your country?
  4. Why is family bonding necessary for happiness in life?
  5. Do you think the support from a friend is different from the support from a family member?
  6. Who should be more responsible for educating the children in a family?
  7. Do you think there are differences between how men and women care for children?
  8. Do your parents do household chores equally?

30. Describe an important journey that was delayed.

You should say:

  • Why was it important
  • What caused the delay
  • What happened at the end
  • Describe what caused the delay

Follow ups/Part 3 – Travel 

  1. What mode of travel do you consider the safest?
  2. How do people travel long distance in your country?
  3. How can travelling be useful to people? What do you think people can learn by travelling to other countries?
  4. Where, in our opinion, should people visit during the vacations? What type of places do you recommend people to visit during vacations?
  5. In what ways can society benefit from such members?
  6. How do you think commercial flights can improve?

31. Describe an experience you had as a member of a team

You should say:

  • What it was?
  • Who were the members of the team?
  • What role did you play in this team?
  • And explain how you achieved your goal?

Follow ups/Part 3 – Work

  1. Do you like to work alone or work with a partner?
  2. What kind of people are good to work with?
  3. Do you like group work or group learning?
  4. What are the advantages of studying alone?
  5. What can children learn through teamwork?
  6. What are the disadvantages of working in a team?
  7. Is it good to have differences in a team?
  8. What are key skills and abilities needed to be successful in a team.

32. Describe a goal that you achieved, which was set by yourself

You should say:

  • What it was
  • When did you set it
  • How did you achieve it

And explain how it influenced your life

Follow ups/Part 3 – Goals

  1. Do people need to write down goals or simply memorize them?
  2. Do people in your country usually set goals.
  3. Should parents set goals for children?
  4. When do young people start setting goals for themselves?
  5. What are the kinds of goals that are unrealistic?
  6. Do young people and old people have different kinds of goals? What are they?
  7. What is more fulfilling working towards a goal or achieving it?
  8. Do you think it’s important to have realistic goals?

33. Describe a person who has apologized to you

You should say:

  • Who this person is?
  • When this happened?
  • What this person said for apologizing?
  • And explain how you felt about the apology?

Follow ups/Part 3 – Saying sorry

  1. Is it important to say sorry?
  2. In what situations do people say sorry?
  3. Why do some people hate to say sorry?
  4. In what situations should we apologize immediately?
  5. When do people say thank you?
  6. When was the last time you found it hard to accept an apology?

34. Describe an interesting animal

You should say:

  • What it looks like
  • When you saw it
  • Where you saw it
  • And explain why it is interesting

Follow ups/Part 3 – Animals

  1. Why do people like to keep pets?
  2. What should we do to protect endangered animals?
  3. Do you support doing experiments on animals?
  4. Why do some people refuse to eat animals?
  5. What would happen when some species disappear on earth?

35. Describe an article on health that you read from a magazine or online

You should say:

  • What the article was
  • When and where you read it
  • What you learned from the article
  • And Explain why you think it is a good or bad article

Follow ups/Part 3 – Magazines

  1. Why do different people like to read different magazine?
  2. What kind of magazines do teenagers like to read?
  3. What’s the difference between news on TV and news in magazines?
  4. Do people like to read news from the Internet?
  5. Do people still buy magazines in your country?
  6. Why do magazines have health related articles?
  7. Do you think the people today are healthier than those in the past?
  8. How do people keep a healthy diet?
  9. What kinds of foods are considered as unhealthy?
  10. Do people in your country usually exercise?

36. Describe a person in the news that you want to meet

You should say:

  • Who he or she is?
  • What did this person show up on TV for?
  • How do you know what this person?
  • And Explain why you want to meet him?

Follow ups/Part 3 – News, media

  1. What type of people can be seen on TV? What are the kind of people do the news usually report about?
  2. Do you think there is too much news about celebrities? What is your take on the news reports in recent years?
  3. Do you think negative information in the news can have negative influence?
  4. Why do people like negative news?
  5. What is usually in the news in your country
  6. Is that information always true?
  7. What’s the difference between broadcasting news in the past and in the present?
  8. Do you believe everything said in the news?
  9. What kinds of news are popular in your country?
  10. Could superstars bring positive influence on the public?
  11. Are the stories about celebrities in the news always true? Is the news on celebrities mostly positive?
  12. How do you think the celebs in the news can influence adolescents?
  13. Are news reports on TV in your country divided into domestic and international ones?

37. Describe one time when the weather changed your plan

You should say:

  • When this happened
  • Where you were
  • What kind of weather it was
  • What you did at the end
  • Explain why you couldn’t finish the thing

Follow ups/Part 3 – Weather

  1. Where can people get weather reports?
  2. How do weather reports affect people’s life?
  3. What do people do on rainy days and sunny days?
  4. Has climate change affected your country?
  5. Does weather affect your mood?

38. Describe a situation you were not allowed to use your cell phone

You should say:

  • Where was it
  • When was it
  • Why you were not allowed
  • And explain what did you want to do with your cell phone

Follow ups/Part 3 – Smartphone

  1. What is the impact off the cell phone?
  2. What is the smartphone used the most for?
  3. What is your opinion about selfies?

39. Describe an important piece of news that you received via text message

You should say:

  • who shared the message with you?
  • what the news was about?
  • how was it written?
  • and explain why the news was important?

Follow ups/Part 3 – Messages

  1. Why do some people dislike sending text messages?
  2. What is the information that cannot be communicated via text messages?
  3. How do people in your country deliver important information?
  4. What do you think of traditional paper mails?
  5. Do you think it is still a good way to deliver information using traditional mails?
  6. Have our ways to communicate with each other changed in recent years?
  7. What are the differences between media in your country and western media?
  8. What are the advantages of sending messages via social applications?

40. Describe something you bought that was difficult to use at first

You should say:

  • What is it?
  • When you bought it?
  • What does it do?
  • And explain how difficult was it to be used?

Follow ups/Part 3 – Products

  1. What type of products are difficult to use at first?
  2. Do you think it is necessary to follow the fashion and use the latest products?
  3. Do you believe that some products are over publicized?
  4. Why do you think advertisements are useful in selling products?
  5. Which do you think is better buying things online on buying things in real shops?
  6. How do people pay for things they buy online?
  7. Why are imported products more expensive than locally made products?
  8. What do you think of those people who only buy expensive things and look down on other people?

41. Describe a successful small business that you know

You should say:

  • What is the business is?
  • Where it is?
  • Who runs the business/how do you know about this business?
  • And explain why you think it is successful?

Follow ups/Part 3 – Business

  1. Do many people know about this company?
  2. What do you think can be considered as emerging industries?
  3. Is market research important for export business?
  4. In business, do companies need to be competitive?
  5. Should companies promote competition and why?
  6. What should be the government role in how small businesses are run?
  7. How can businesses benefit the community in which they are located?
  8. What kind of small businesses are most popular?

42. Describe the happiest day you had

You should say:

  • Where you were?
  • Who you were with?
  • What you did?
  • And explain why you think it was the happiest day?

Follow ups/Part 3 – Celebrations, happiness

  1. Do people in your country spend a lot of money on birthday presents?
  2. What do people in your country do on New Year?
  3. Do you think we are happier than people in the 19th century?
  4. Why childhood is the best time for most people?
  5. Do you think money can bring happiness in life?
  6. What do you think is important in bringing happiness?

43. A person who taught you something important

You should say:

  • Who the person is?
  • What he/she is like?
  • What he/she taught you?
  • And explain how you felt about him/her?

Follow ups/Part 3 – Studying

  1. What qualities do you think a good teacher should have?
  2. Who do you think can learn better? Old people or youngsters?
  3. What do you think is the best age for children to go to school?
  4. Do you prefer to study by yourself or with friends?

44. Describe a difficult challenge that you completed/met

You should say:

  • What was the challenge?
  • When and where did you complete/met it?
  • Why was it difficult?
  • And explain how you felt about it?

 Follow ups/Part 3 – Challenges

  1. Do you think parents should give challenges to children?
  2. What is the most challenging thing for kids?
  3. Can parents reduce the challenges kids have? How?
  4. What challenges do you think children might have to face up to?

45. Describe a crowded place you have visited

You should say:

  • Where is it
  • When you went there
  • With whom you went there
  • And explain how you felt about being there?

Follow ups/Part 3 – Places

  1. Is there a completely quiet place?
  2. Do you like to go to the places where there are many people?
  3. Do you like the places with large space?
  4. What are the places which attract many people in your country?
  5. What do you think is the most important thing of a public event?
  6. What kind of places do people want to go to when they want to be alone?
  7. Why is it sometimes important for people to be alone?

46. Describe a job you would not like to do in the future

You should say:

  • -What is the job
  • -Why you don’t want to do it?
  • -And explain how you feel about the job?

Follow ups/Part 3 – Jobs

  1. What kind of jobs do young people prefer?
  2. Some people will lose their jobs because of technology, how to deal with it?
  3. Will you settle down in another country?
  4. How do young people today decide their career?
  5. Which do young people generally prefer — boring jobs with higher pay or interesting jobs with lower pay?
  6. Which do you prefer physical work or work involving thinking?
  7. Do you think today we have less physical labour than we did in the past?

47. Describe a uniform you wear (at your school or company)

You should say:

  • When you wear it?
  • Who bought it for you?
  • What does it look like?
  • And explain how you feel about it?

Follow ups/Part 3 – Uniforms

  1. Why should students wear uniforms?
  2. On what occasion should people wear uniforms?
  3. Should companies ask employees about the design of their uniforms?
  4. Can people tell someone’s personality by his or her clothes?
  5. What color would catch people’s attention most?

48. Describe a situation or a time when you helped someone

You should say:

  • What the situation was?
  • Who the person was?
  • How you helped them?
  • And explain how your felt after helping them?

Follow ups/Part 3 – Helping others

  1. Do you like helping others?
  2. In your view should children be taught to help others?
  3. How can we encourage children to help others?
  4. Do you think people are less willing to help others these days compared to the past?
  5. Do people trust others as much as they used to in the past?
  6. How do people in your community help one another?
  7. How do students such as high school students help each other?
  8. How can charitable organizations help people?
  9. What are some examples of such organizations in your country?
  10. What do you think are the benefits of having unpaid volunteer workers?
  11. How do you think the volunteers themselves benefit?
  12. Should professionals be hired rather than using volunteer workers?
  13. Do you think international aid, for example from my national government to another is important?
  14. Can you give examples of international aid?

49. Describe a performance you recently watched

You should say:

  • What it was?
  • When you watched it?
  • Who you were with?
  • And explain why you watched it and how you felt about it?

Follow ups/Part 3 – Performance

  1. What is the difference between watching the performance live and watching it on TV?
  2. Which do you prefer traditional performance or a concert?
  3. Should government provide financial support to promote traditional performances?
  4. Is learning drama or dancing helpful for children?

50. Describe an indoor game that you liked to play when you were a child.

You should say:

  • What is it
  • With whom did you play
  • How often you played it
  • And explain how did you feel about it

Follow ups/Part 3 – Games

  1. In general, how is outside play for children different to playing inside?
  2. Do you think the indoor activities and outdoor activities develop children’s abilities the same way?
  3. What’s the most popular game in your country?
  4. How have games changed in the past few decades?
  5. How have children’s game changed in past few decades?
  6. How are children’s games different from adult’s games?
  7. Why do many adults not play games?
  8. Do you think modern lifestyles encourage, or discourage, adults from playing games?
  9. What benefits do people get from playing games?
  10. What benefits can children get from playing games?
  11. Do you think group activities (including team sports) can help give a child a sense of responsibility?

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Use Vocabulary to describe parties and events

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Use Travelling Vocabulary

Use the vocabulary to describe Feelings of tiredness

Use Food and Nutrition Vocabulary

Use the vocabulary for describing parties, celebrations and social occasions

Use Vocabulary to describe Urbanisation

Check out useful phrases for expressing agreement and disagreement

For more patterns and vocabulary on this topic use IELTS Vocabulary to describe Clothes and Fashion

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