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Set of recordings to understand the main ideas by recognizing the opinions and attitude of the speaker, follow the development of an argument


It covers a wide range of skills ranging from reading to gist, main ideas, details, skimming, understanding the logical argument etc.


Write your response accordingly by organizing & formulating your ideas with the appropriate & accurate use of grammar & vocabulary


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IELTS Speaking Questions 2023

Usually, IELTS Speaking is like open book. However, these are sample questions for your practice. We believe that 70-80% questions will be asked in your Speaking exam. Additionally, it will give you enough experience to talk thoroughly during your 15 minutes of Speaking test. 

Part 1 Questions


Did you do puzzles in your childhood?
When do you do puzzles, during trips, or when you feel bored?
Do you like doing word puzzles or number puzzles?
Which is more difficult for you?
Do you think it is suitable for older people to do puzzles?


What snacks do you like to eat?
What snacks did you eat when you were young?
When do you usually eat snacks now?
Do you think eating snacks are healthy?


What is the weather like where you live?
Do you prefer cold or hot weather?
Do you prefer dry or wet weather?
Do you get in the habit of checking the weather forecast? When/how often?


What music do you like?
What music do you dislike?
Do you often listen to one type of music?
What music do your friends like?
Do you enjoy the same type of music?
What is the most popular type of music where you live?
Which singer or musician would you like to see in person?


Do you like art?
Do you like visiting art galleries?
Do you want to be an artist?
Do you like modern art or traditional art?


Do you like weekends?
What do you usually do on weekends? Do you study or work?
What did you do last weekend?
Do you have plans for your weekends?


Do you often go to the library?
Did you go to the library when you were a kid?
Do children in your country often go to the library?


Do you always bring a lot of keys with you?
Have you ever lost your keys?
How can we avoid losing keys?


Do you know many small businesses?
Do you prefer buying things from small or big companies?


What made you happy when you were little?
Is there anything that has made you feel happy lately?
What do you think will make you feel happy in the future?
Do you think happiness is important?

House / Flat

Do you live in a house or a flat?
Why do you live in an apartment/house?
How long have you lived there?
What do you like the most about it?
What is your favorite room? Why?
Can you describe the view from your windows?
Do you plan to live there in the future?
What are the advantages of living in your own home?
What kind of accommodation do you wish to have in the future?
Can you tell me about your house when you were a child?

Outer Space

Have you ever learned about outer space and stars?
Are you interested in films concerning outer space and stars?
Do you want to go into outer space in the future?

Stay up late

Do you often stay up late?
Did you stay up late when you were a kid?
What do you do when you stay up late?
What does it feel like the following day when you stay up late?


Where are you living now?
What do you like most about where you live?
What is the neighborhood like where you live?
Do you have any friends there?
What can be improved in the area where you live?
Do you know any famous people in the area where you live?
Do you intend to stay in this area in the future?


Where do/did you go to school?
Did you go to a good school?
Do you like your teachers?
Do you like your current learning atmosphere?
What are the differences between your school and other schools?
Is there anything you want to change about your school?


Do you like getting up early in the morning?
What do you usually do in the morning?
What did you do in the morning when you were little?
Is there any difference between what you do in the morning now and what you did in the past?


What technology do you often use, computers or cell phones?
What electronic devices have you bought lately?
Is there any technology you want to buy?
What benefits does technology bring to us?


Do you usually wear T-shirts?
Do you like T-shirts with pictures or prints?
Do you think older people are fashionable if they wear T-shirts?
Have you ever bought T-shirts as souvenirs?


Where is your hometown?
Do you like your hometown? Why?
How long have you been living in your hometown?
Do you believe it is a proper place to grow up? Why
How could your hometown be improved?
Has your hometown changed much since you were a child?
Is there good public transportation in your hometown?
Will you be moving away from your hometown?
Part 2

Describe a time you decided to wait for something?

You should say:

  • when it happened
  • what you waited for
  • why you made the decision
  • and explain how you felt about the decision.
Part 3

Do people in your country like to take public transport?

Why do some people like a slow-paced life?

Is being patient good for people? Why?

Are people less patient now than people in the past? Why?

Part 2

Describe a time when someone asked for your opinion?

You should say:

  • who asked for your opinion
  • why he/she wanted to know your opinion
  • what opinion you gave
  • and explain how you felt when he/she asked for your opinion.
Part 3

Why do some people dislike giving their opinions?

Are there any apps designed for collecting opinions about products or services?

Why do people like to express their opinions on the internet nowadays?

What are the advantages of sharing opinions on the internet?

Part 2

Describe a person you know who is from a different culture?

You should say:

  • who he/she is
  • where he/she is from
  • how you knew him/her
  • and explain how you feel about this person.
Part 3

How can we get to know people from different cultures better?

What are the advantages and disadvantages of cultural diversity?

How can traditional culture and other cultures coexist?

Part 2

Describe a time when you received money on your birthday?

You should say:

  • when it happened
  • who gave you money
  • why he/she gave you money
  • and explain how you felt about it.
Part 3

Why do people rarely use cash now?

Do you think it is helpful to give money as gifts?

When do children begin to comprehend the value of money?

Should parents reward children with money?

Is it good and necessary to teach children to save money?

Part 2

Describe a historical period you would like to know more?

You should say:

  • when it was
  • what you are interested in
  • what you have known
  • and why you would like to know more.
Part 3

Why do people sometimes go to other cities?

Why are historical cities popular?

Do you think tourists may come across bad things in other cities?

Part 2

Describe another city you would like to stay in for a short time?

You should say:

  • where the city is
  • whom you will go there with
  • what you will do there
  • and explain why you will stay there for a short time.
Part 3

Is it important to have a break during work or study?

Are there more activities for young people now than 20 years ago?

Do adults and children have enough time for leisure activities nowadays?

What sports do young people like to do now?

Part 2

Describe a movie you watched recently and would like to watch again?

You should say:

  • what it was about
  • where you watched it
  • why you like it
  • and explain why you would like to watch it again.
Part 3

Where do people usually watch movies?

What are the differences between watching movies at home and in a cinema?

Are actors or actresses important to movies? Why?

Why are there fewer people going to the cinema to watch movies nowadays?

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