23 December 2014

IELTS Speaking Questions Part 2 & 3 (April 2014)

The following sets of questions are based from the IELTS exams taken by the examinees from different parts of the world. Practice answering these questions within the given time for each part. In Part 2, you have 1 minute to prepare and organize your thoughts and 2 minutes to deliver your answer. In Part 3, you have to answer the follow up questions directly and it allows you to have at least a minute to answer each question.

IELTS Speaking Test in Saudi Arabia

Part 2:
Talk about a family business that you know. Please say
- How does this business operate?
- Were you a part of this business, and if yes what did you do?
- What kind of business model did it follow?
Part 3:
- What reasons can lead to failure in business?
- What business do you think is better to do nowadays?

IELTS Speaking Test in Lithuania

Part 2:
Describe a statue or a work of art that you saw recently. Please say
- Where and when did you see it?
- What does it look like?
- How did you feel about it?
- How did other people feel about it?
Part 3:
- Do you think the government should pay for publicly displayed works of art?
- Do you think that artists are undervalued? Why?
- What makes a work of art valuable, in your opinion?
- What is the difference between a well made object and a work of art?
- Do you think an advertisement can be considered a piece of art?

IELTS Speaking Test in Lithuania

Part 2:
Describe a famous person in your country. Please say
- Who is he/she?
- What does he/she do?
- Why is he/she so famous?
- Why do you think people like him/her?
Part 3:
- What are the advantages and disadvantages of being famous?
- Do you think many people would like to be famous?

IELTS Speaking Test in Malaysia

Part 2:
Talk about a book that you purchased and read recently. Please say
- Where and when did you buy it?
- What is the book about?
- Did you like reading it?
Part 3:
- What kind of books are usually read in your country?
- Do only older people read books in your country?
- Does younger generation in your country continue reading books?
- Do younger people read different books compared to older people?
- Why are books important in primary, secondary schools or in universities?

IELTS Speaking Test in Iran and India

Part 2:
Talk about a situation when you forgot to do something important. Please say
- What was it?
- When did it happen?
- Why did you forget to do it?
- How did you feel after that?
Part 3:
- Do you think that it’s important to remember all the things? Why?
- How can we remember better things that need to be done during the day?
- How can a good memory help people to do their work?

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