منابع آیلتس در بخش اسپیکینگ سوالات محتمل آیلتس 2019

 

پیش بینی سوالات آیلتس 2019

 

 

IELTS Speaking Questions administered in Bangladesh on July 2019

 

IELTS Interview

 

– What is your full name?
– Can I see your ID?
– Where are you from?
– Do you work or study?
– What do you study?
– Do you like your studies?
– Do you have a pet?
– What kind of pet it is?
– Do many people have pets in your country?
– Why do people keep pets at all?

 

IELTS Cue Card Topic

 

Talk about an instance when you were cheated, or somebody lied to you, or didn’t tell you the complete truth. Please say

– What was the situation?
– When and where did it take place?
– How did you feel about it later?

 

IELTS Free Discussion Questions

 

– Who was that person?
– Why do you think he/she has done it?
– What do people usually lie about?
– Why do they do it?
– Should children learn to be honest or not? Why?
– Many politicians aren’t honest, do you agree?
– Why do you think it is?

دوشنبه, 27 اسفند 1397.

Canada IELTS Speaking Test Took on March 2019

Canada IELTS Speaking  Test Took on March 2019

 

IELTS Interview Questions

 

– What is your full name?
– Can I see your ID?
– Where are you from?
– Do you work or study?
– What do you do?
– How many hours do you sleep a day?
– Do you think it is enough? Why?
– What do you do to improve sleep quality?
– Do you like sleeping during the day? Why?
– Do you like animals?
– Did you have any pets when you were a child?
– Do many people keep a pet at home in your country?

 

IELTS Cue Card Topic

 

Talk about some good news you have heard on TV or online. Please say

 

– What was the news?
– Where and when did you hear it?
– Why do you think it is good news?

 

IELTS Discussion Questions

 

– Do you watch or listen to news every day?
– Do you prefer national or international news? Why?

تدریس خصوصی آیلتس - منابع آیلتس محتمل در ایران برگزار شده در ویتنام

 

IELTS Speaking Questions people askd in Vietnam –on December 2018

 

IELTS Speaking Interview

 

– What is your full name?

– Can I see your ID?

– Where are you from?

– Do you work or study?

– What do you do?

– Do you wear sunglasses?

– Do you buy sunglasses online?

– Do you like music?

– What type of music don’t you like?

 

IELTS Cue Card Topic

 

Describe a beautiful city in your country. Please say

 

– What city and where is it?

– Why is it beautiful in your opinion?

– Why do you like it?

 

IELTS Discussion Questions

 

– Should the government look after historical buildings?

– Why do you think tourists like to visit historical places?

– Do modern cities look the same?

– What problems do governments face while maintaining historical places?

– What are the negative aspects of big and congested cities?

– Do you think that architectural design of a city is important?

IELTS TOTAL COURSE WITH DR. ARIAN KARIMI THE BEST IRANIAN IELTS TEACHER

 

IELTS Reading Passages

 

Passage 1. About the role of clothing on different social levels.

Passage 2. About sea waves’ energy and a way to harness it.

Passage 3. About agriculture and crop yield compared with population growth.

 

IELTS Writing Topics 

 

Writing Task 1 (IELTS Writing Report)

 

We were given two tables showing the average salaries for graduate and non-graduate workers in the UK in 2010. The tables were also showing the different age groups.

 

Writing Task 2 (IELTS Essay)

 

Some people believe that manufacturers should be responsible for reducing the large amounts of packaging they use. Others say consumers should avoid buying heavily packaged items. Discuss both views and state your opinion. Give reasons for your answer and include examples from your experience.

 

IETLS Speaking Type of Questions

 

IELTS Interview Questions

 

– What is your full name?

 

– Can I see your ID?

– Where are you from?

– Do you work or study?

– Where do you live now?

– Do you live in an apartment or a house?

– What is your favourite room at home? Why?

– Do you think you will be moving to a new place in the future?

– Have you ever had any plants at home?

– Do you like to receive plants as a gift? Why?

– What places do you like to go out to? Why?

– Do you like to go there with someone or alone?

 

IELTS Cue Card Topic

 

Talk about an interesting thing that your friend did, that motivated you to do the same.

 

Please say

– What was it?

– How did your friend feel about it?

– Why would you like to do it?

 

IELTS Follow-up Discussion Questions

 

– Did people have enough facilities in the past compared to now?

– Are young people more influenced by family or friends?

– Why do young people like to try new experiences?

– Why don’t old people do it?

نمونه سوالات اسپیکینگ آیلتس ویتنام در سال 2018 - کلاس اسپیکینگ آیلتس دکتر آرین کریمی

 

IELTS Interview Preparation Class

 

Speaking with Confidence on IELTS

 

When my student took the IELTS Speaking test in Vietnam she was asked the following questions:

 

IELTS Interview Questions

 

– What is your full name?


– Can I see your ID?

– Where are you from?

– Do you work or study?

– What subject are you studying?

– Why do you study this subject?

– Do you like it?

– Do you think computers make our lives easier?

– How did our life change since computers appeared?

– Did you learn how to use the Internet at school?

– Do you think we use computers differently now compared to the past?

– Do you think we will use computers more in the future? Why?

 

IELTS Cue Card Topic

 

Describe a parent or a relative that you admire the most. Please say

 

– Who is he/she?

– How do you know him/her?

– What does he/she do differently to others?

 

IELTS Discussion Questions

 

– How did parenting change compared to the past?

– Please give some examples.

– How should kids be raised, in your opinion?

– Do you think parents are scared of raising their children?

 

سوالات اسپیکینگ آیلتس افغانستان در سال 1396

 

IELTS Speaking test in Afghanistan on October 2017

 

IELTS Interview Questions

 

– What is your full name?

– Can I see your ID?

– Where are you from?

– Do you work or study?

– What do you do?

– Do you prefer to use buses or drive a car?

– Will you be using buses in the future?

– What can your country do to improve the transport system?

– Do you use social media?

– What is the impact of social media on public?

– Do older people use social media?

– How can we encourage them to use social media?

– Do you like boats?

– Did you ever travel by boat?

– Would you like to travel one day by boat?

– Would you like to own a boat?

 

IELTS Cue Card Topic

 

Talk about something you bought recently. Please say

 

– What was it?

– Where and when did buy it?

– Why did you buy it?

 

IELTS Discussion Questions

 

– How did you feel about your purchase later?

– Did you give someone advice about purchasing a phone?

– Why do people go shopping?

– What do you think about the quality of today’s products compared to the past?

– Do you shop a lot?

– Why do you go shopping?

IELTS TEST SAMPLE 1 : IELTS Speaking test in Kazakhstan – October 2017

 

IELTS Interview Tyoe of Questions

 

– What is your full name?

– Can I see your ID?

– Where are you from?

– Do you work or study?

– What do you do?

– Describe your town or city.

– Does it rain a lot in your city?

– How do you feel when it rains?

 

IELTS Cue Card Topic

 

Describe a situation when you helped someone. Please say

– What was the situation?

– What did you do to help?

– What was the result?

 

IELTS Discussion Part Questions

 

– How did you feel about it later?

– Let’s talk about helping people.

– Should younger generation be more helpful?

– What do you think about unpaid jobs?

– Do you support volunteering?

– Why do you think so?

 

IELTS TEST SAMPLE 2IELTS test in Hungary – October 2017 (General Training)

 

IELTS Listening Questions

 

Section 1. Discussion with an apartment owner.

Section 2. Description of holiday park facilities and surroundings.

Section 3. About students graduation process.

Section 4. A lecture about building materials and their deterioration.

 

IELTS Reading Type of Questions

 

Passage 1. About Australian parrots.

Passage 2. About desertification.

Passage 3. Don’t remember.

Passage 4. About multitasking, its pros and cons.

 

IELTS Writing Topics

 

IELTS Writing task 1 Topic

You have borrowed something from your friend for a party and unfortunately it was damaged. Write a letter to your friend to apologise and say

– What and when did you borrow?

– What happened to it? Why?

– What do you suggest to do about it?

 

IELTS Essay Topic in Task 2

Nowadays congestion and traffic jams are a common and major problem in most cities. Some people believe it is a good idea to construct wider roads to resolve this issue. Do you agree or disagree with this statement? What can be the solution, in your opinion?

 

IELTS TEST SAMPLE 3IELTS Speaking test in India – October 2017

 

Interview

 

– What is your full name?

– Can I see your ID?

– Where are you from?

– Do you work or study?

– What subject are you studying?

– Do you like to stay in the college after lectures?

– Let’s talk about friends.

– Do you prefer having more friends or a limited number of friends?

– What do you usually do when you go out with friends?

– How often do you meet them?

– Let’s talk about robots.

– What do you know about robots?

– Do you like them?

– Would you prefer a robot or a human maid? Why?

– Would you like to have a robot driving a car? Why?

 

Cue Card

 

Talk about a speech you have heard that inspired you. Please say

– Who was the speaker?

– What was the speech about?

– Where and when did you hear it?

 

Discussion

 

– Why were you inspired by it?

– What do you think about conferences?

– Can people who aren’t part of a particular conference attend it?

– Are international conferences a good idea? Why?

 

 

IELTS TEST SAMPLE 4 : IELTS test in Russia – October 2017 (Academic Module)

 

IELTS Writing Tasks

 

Writing task 1 (a report)

 

We were given a bar chart showing gadgets used for playing video games by different age groups in the USA in 2012.

 

Writing task 2 (an essay)

 

Nowadays many big cities become overcrowded. Why is it happening, in your opinion? What measures could be taken to prevent it?

 

IELTS Speaking test

 

Interview

 

– What is your full name?

– Can I see your ID?

– Where are you from?

– Do you work or study?

– Do you live in an apartment or a house?

– Do you like your apartment? Why?

– Would you like to move to a house in the future? Why?

 

The Second pPart of IELTS Speaking Test

 

Describe a couple that is happily married. Please say

– how you know them

– how long they have been married

– what makes them a happy couple

 

The Discussion Part of IELTS Speaking Test : 

 

– Let’s talk about marriage.

– What are weddings like in your country?

– Do you support the big fancy wedding idea?

– What do you think about celebrities’ weddings that cost a fortune?

– What is the size of a typical family in your country?

– Why is it so?

Arian IELTS House IELTS Speaking Class

 

by Master Arian Karimi

 

IELTS Speaking exam administered in India on June 2017

 

 

IELTS Interview Questions

 

– What is your full name?

– Can I see your ID?

– Where are you from?

– Do you work or study?

– Let’s talk about friends.

– Is it better to have one best friend of many friends?

– Why do you think so?

– Do you spend time with your friends?

– Are friends important in your life?

– Let’s talk about family.

– How do you spend time with your family?

– How has your family influenced you?

– Let’s talk about television.

– Do you watch a lot of TV?

– What programs do you like to watch?

– Do you like watching TV with your family or alone?

– Why is that?

 

IELTS Cue Card Topic

 

Talk about a time when you had good experience in the countryside. Please say

 

– When and where did you go?

– Who was there with you?

– Why was it enjoyable?

 

IELTS Speaking Discussion part

 

– Do young people enjoy living in the countryside? Why?

– Is countryside more developed now compared to the past?

– Can you give some examples of these developments?

چهارشنبه, 24 خرداد 1396.

Academic IELTS in Indonesia on June 2017

Academic IELTS in Indonesia on June 2017

 

IELTS Listening Test

 

Section 1. A phone conversation about booking a restaurant for a surprise party.

Section 2. A radio program about different cycling tracks.

Section 3. A conversation between a tutor and a student who wants to do a field study.

Section 4. About human sense of smell.

 

IELTS Reading Test

 

Passage 1. About the effect of exercise on human brain.

Passage 2. About the development of television in the UK.

Passage 3. About the controversy of tourism.

 

IELTS Writing Test

 

Writing task 1 (a report)

 

We were given a graph showing the percentage of female members in parliament in five European countries.

 

Writing task 2 (an essay)

 

Some people think that drivers should pay for building and maintaining roads, while others think that the government should pay the costs of infrastructure. What is your opinion? Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

 

IELTS Speaking Test

 

IELTS Interview Questions

 

– What is your full name?

– Can I see your ID?

– Where are you from?

– Do you work or study?

– What do you do?

– What is the most challenging thing at your work?

– Why is that?

– Let’s talk about e-mails.

– Are e-mails popular in your country? Why?

– How often do you write and send e-mails?

– Do you think e-mail will be still popular in the future? Why?

– Let’s talk about neighbors.

– Do you know your neighbors?

– Do you prefer younger or older people as neighbors?

 

IELTS Cue Card Topic

 

Talk about your favorite piece of clothing. Please say

 

– What is it?

– Why do you like it?

– How often do you wear it?

 

IELTS Discussion Questions

 

– Do you think people enjoy buying clothes?

– Why do some people go together with other people when shopping for clothes?

– Is online shopping useful in buying clothes?

– What’s the effect of fashion industry on the current fashion?

– What’s the effect of fashion on people’s behavior regarding clothes?

– Do people care about recycling their clothing?

تست آیلتس قطر در ماه می 2017 - نمونه سوالات رایتینگ و اسپیکینگ آیلتس با جواب

 

General Training IELTS test in Qatar on May 2017

 

 

IELTS Writing Test

 

Writing task 1 (a letter)

 

You recently travelled with a certain airline. Write a letter to the manager about your experience. Please say

 

– Where and when did you travel?

– What did you like or dislike?

– What can you suggest for improvement?

  

 

Writing Task 2 (an essay)

 

Some people think that if a country is already rich any addition in economic wealth does not make its citizens happier. Do you agree or disagree with this statement? Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.

 

 

Get Ideas Reading the Following Article:

 

Useful Expressions are in bold and yellow!

 

Getting richer does not make a country happier in the long run, according to the largest-ever review of the links between a nation's wealth and the wellbeing of its citizens.

 

The researchers looked at life satisfaction data from 37 countries collected over various time periods, from 12 to 34 years, up to 2005. The sample included nations that are developed and developing, rich and poor, ex-Communist and capitalist.

 

It was specifically designed to test the paradox that although people in richer countries tend to be happier on average, as a country gets richer its inhabitants don't necessarily become happier.

 

The lead author of the paper, economist Richard Easterlin of the University of South California, has been studying the concept of national happiness since the 1970s, when he formulated his "Easterlin Paradox".

 

"Simply stated, the happiness-income paradox is this: at a point in time both among and within countries, happiness and income are positively correlated," he said. "But, over time, happiness does not increase when a country's income increases."

 

Until now, the long-term statistics looking at links between wellbeing and GDP have been limited to developed countries. Easterlin's study brings in developing countries and his conclusions rebut claims by other researchers over the past decade that national happiness can indeed increase (pdf) in line with wealth.

 

Easterlin says that any ups and downs measured by these recent studies are simply the short-term effects of, for example, economic collapse and recovery in individual countries. He says they do not seem to hold up over the long term – typically more than 10 years.

 

"With incomes rising so rapidly in [certain] countries, it seems extraordinary that no surveys register the marked improvement in subjective wellbeing that mainstream economists and policy makers worldwide expect to find," he said.

 

In the paper, Easterlin cites surveys from Chile, China and South Korea. In these countries, per capita income has doubled in less than 20 years but overall happiness does not seem to have followed the same path. In China and Chile, there appeared to be small drops in life satisfaction, but the numbers were not statistically significant. For South Korea there was a modest, again not statistically significant, increase in life satisfaction in the early 1980s, but it declined slightly from 1990 to 2005.

The results, he said, were "strikingly consistent": over the long term, the sense of wellbeing in a country's citizens did not go up with income. His work is published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

 

"Where does this leave us? If economic growth is not the main route to greater happiness, what is?" said Easterlin. "We may need to focus policy more directly on urgent personal concerns relating to things such as health and family life, rather than on the mere escalation of material goods."

 

David Bartram, a sociologist at the University of Leicester, said that if the UK government were serious about the public's happiness, the prime minister, David Cameron, would rethink cutting public spending, "putting people out of work and undercutting the conditions for his vaunted 'Big Society' – and all for the sake of a headline growth rate that apparently depends on avoiding tax increases affecting mainly the wealthy (including corporations)."

 

The results come just a few weeks after the UK government unveiled plans to measure and raise the happiness and wellbeing of Britons – rather than simply relying on GDP as an index of general satisfaction. Cameron has said that "improving our society's sense of wellbeing is, I believe, the central political challenge of our times."

 

Commenting on the new results, Alexander Gorban, a mathematician at the University of Leicester, said it was difficult to quantify happiness because of the problem of comparing material and subjective wellbeing. "Unfortunately, both are very difficult to put in numbers. It is a priori clear that subjective happiness or satisfaction is a very fragile and non-universal concept strongly influenced by cultural and even linguistic intercultural differences. Moreover, the material wellbeing is also not easy to quantify."

 

He said that Easterlin had taken GDP as a major index of objective prosperity, for example, but this did not necessarily reflect the average income of a typical person in a country and therefore it might be poorly related to personal satisfaction from life.

 

He warned against over-interpreting the results. "Life is complex and non-linear. The connection between happiness and material wellbeing is also non-linear, and it is difficult to suggest and verify some universal conclusions in an unbiased way. The authors of the article make a valuable and very professional effort in this direction by considering a representative set of countries (developed, developing, in transition). However, the conclusions are in general dependent on concrete implementation of statistical procedures and should be handled with care, especially when taken for construction of society development programmes."

 

 

IELTS Speaking Test

 

IELTS Interview

 

– What is your full name?

– Can I see your ID?

– Where are you from?

– Do you work or study?

– What do you do?

– Can you describe your job?

– Do you feel exhausted at the end of the day?

– Let’s talk about friendship.

– What do you prefer, one best friend or a lot of friends?

– Do you have many friends?

– What do you usually do with your friends?

– What is one thing you wouldn’t forget to bring when you go out? Why?

– What do you usually forget to bring when you go out? Why?

– What do you carry during the day that you don’t need at night when you go out?

– What can you say about the changes in family life in your country recently?

– Is technology affecting family lifestyle?

– In what way?

– What is the importance of extended family?

 

 

IELTS Cue Card Topic

 

Talk about two people from the same family that you know well. Please say

 

– Who are they?

– How are they related?

– What are the similarities between them?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The first Model Answer to the Topic of this cue card

 

I've got a small family with only five members and all of us are very close to each other and we love each other very much. Among them, I love my mother more than anyone else in the whole world. I adore my mother for her caring, loving, adorable behaviours and wit. She is the person I can share everything with and that's the reason I worship her so much.

Possibly she was the first human I saw when I opened my eyes in this world. A relationship with a mother is divine and all of my childhood memories are either related to my mom or my school. I can still remember a day I was late to come back home after school and that's because there was a ceremony at the school I did not know about. All of a certain I found that my mother was entering through the school gate to find me. I was so frightened that my mother would rebuke me for being late unnoticed and she must be mad at me. But to my best surprise, when my mother saw me she had a warm smile on her face that I'll never forget till my last breath on this earth. Then she hugged me and gave me a kiss. I felt then that I love my mother more than me. She attended the program at the school and afterwards we came back home together.

I spent my 19 years or so with my father and mother but I stay at a metropolitan city now for my education. Whenever I get a vacation, I meet my mother at my village home. On an average, I spend 2/3 months with my mother each year but I talk to her over the phone almost twice a day.

The reasons why I admire her are endless. She is caring, tender, she has got a big heart and she possesses a great love for everyone. She had been an ideal mother to raise 3 kids and making sure our education and moral values. She had made a lot of sacrifices all of her life and had never complained about anything to my best knowledge. She is the person who reminds me the power of love and caring.

 

The second Sample Answer :


A person I admire is my “Mother” because she is a fighter. You may ask why? To start, my mom got pregnant with me at the age of 18 and she did not have the support of my grandparents. Her own parents wanted to kick her out the house when they found out. She convinced them to let her stay, but she could not ask them for any help when raising the baby. Knowing all this my mom still decided to have the baby.

Besides not having the support of her parents, she also did not receive any help from my father. Although my father cared about me, he never gave my mom money or clothes to help her maintain me as a baby. She had to provide for me on her own. Going to school and working was killing her, but she wanted me to have a good life so she did anything that she could. My mom got pregnant again two years later, with the same man. The only thing was this time - it was worse. He left her life completely and her dad was sick. Therefore, he could no longer work. Now, not only did she have to provide for her two babies, but also for her parents. She was overwhelmed with everything happening; she didn't know what to do.

Finally, she decided to attend college and become a teacher for she can support the family she was now in charge of. It was not an easy thing to do. After she finished college it took her a while to find a job. It is not easy to find a job in Nicaragua. However, my mom never quit, no matter how hard things got for her she fought through it. To provide for her kids and parents.

 

The Third Sample Answer :


I have got 6 family members and all of them are very dear and close to me. If I need to pick one family member among them to talk about, that would be my father. My father’s name is (say your father’s name) and he is around 50 years old. He is the kind of person I would want my offspring to be. He did his graduation in a time when formal education was not people’s first choice. They would rather start earning from work rather than going to school. My father fought to ensure his education with the people who thought working or doing some sort of business has more value than education. But my father believed that education is the most important part of a man’s life. He heartily held the idea that education shapes a man’s life and is the kind of power and asset that would always accompany him.

I have lots of memories of my father and I see him every day. There exists a strong bonding between us that only two of us feel. I still remember those days of my childhood when I used to wait in the evening for my father to return from office. He would then play with me and help on completing my lessons. I vividly remember him sometimes taking me to the market and buy me gifts. When I was an infant he moved to the city from the village to ensure me better schooling and environment. That was a decision that has changed my life path. He himself helped me finishing my home works and lessons, always allured me of gifts if I could complete my study. Besides my education, he taught me lots of moral values and important things of life.

He used to work in a Government organisation and for his hard-working and kindness; he is revered by all of our relatives, his friends and neighbours.

He believes in humanity, good behaviour, our creator, and leads a life that can be exemplary. He still does most of his own works and helps my mom on her household works. After retirement, he has picked 2 new habits: gardening and teaching neighbours’ kids. He is a quiet and intelligent man who has benevolent heart and that what make him so admirable to me. He is still the pillar of our family and all of our family members love and respect him very much.

 

Tips for answering this Cue Card Sample:

 

You already know a lot about your family members and this cue card should be an easy one to answer. Just focus on the questions mentioned bellow the Cue card topic. Following questions may come for this cue card and note the quick answers of these questions:

 

1. Who is he/she? : My mother / My father/ My brother/ My sister etc.

2. Your relationship to this family member: She is my mother/ he is my father etc.

3. What you do together: We walk out together/ cook together/ study together/ talk a lot about family issues etc.

4. What is s/he like- He/ She is kind, talented, energetic, works a lot, dedicated, caring, possess a great personality, open minded etc.

5. How long do you know him /her: From my childhood/ all of my life/ for more than 20 years etc.

6. How often do you see him/her: Everyday/ once in a month/ most of the time I stay at home/ in every three months etc.

7. Why do you like him/ her or why do you admire him/ her?: S/he loves me a lot, very close to me, very caring, have a good heart, talented, helpful, my best mentor etc.

8. Since grandfather, grandmother, uncle, aunt, etc could be the part of a joint family, you can describe any of them if you have a joint family.

 

While talking about what is s/he like or what qualities he /she has or even why do you like/ admire him/her you can use some of the following points:

 

For father: He is honest, brave, had a good heart, talented, leads an ideal life. has sacrificed a lot to up-bring us, is an exemplary person, everybody respects him, is the best person I have ever seen, Loves me very much, hardworking, punctual, talented etc.


For mother: She is so caring, loving, hardworking and possesses a good heart, had done a lot to up-bring us, very close to me, very understanding, one of my best friends, knows a lot of things and has so many practical skills etc.

For brother: He is so brave, talented, well mannered, knows a lot about different things, has always supported you no matter what, he is loved and liked by others, cooperative and have lots of memories together, like a mentor to me, is my best buddy, taught me almost everything he knows, always protects me etc.

For sister: She is caring, a good friend, loving, a good mentor, helps you on study or on other tasks, supportive, a very good friend, talented and well-mannered.
Necessary vocabulary for this cue card:

Relatives = Your family members are also your relatives.

Nuclear family = A nuclear family, also called an elementary family, is a type of family group consisting of a pair of adults and their children.

Extended family= An extended family extends beyond the nuclear family, including grandparents, aunts, uncles, and other relatives.

Sibling = Siblings are your brothers and sisters.

Relationship Synonyms = Tie, link, attachment.

Admire Synonyms: Adore, idolise, respect, revere, honour, hold in high regard, think highly of, esteem.

Memory Synonyms: Remembrance, thought, reminiscence, recollection, musing.

 

Phrases with their meanings:

 

Bring up = Raise a child.

Look after = Take care of.

Rely on = Depend on:

Be close to = Having a strong bonding.

Get along with -= Being close and friendly.

Admire = To respect and like someone.

 

If you prepare for this cue card you should be able to answer the following cue cards as well with very little changes:

 

1. Talk about someone who cares you a lot.

2. Describe a person who you like very much.

3. Describe the person whom you admire most.

4. Talk about a person you know for a long.

5. Talk about a senior person whom you like a lot.

6. Talk about a person who has a great influence in your life.

 

IELTS Discussion Part

 

– Do you have a big family?

– Who is your favourite person in your family?

– Why is that?

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