Today we are going to practice talking about lifestyle and free time. The types of questions we’re going to practice are typical of part 1 of the IELTS speaking test. Remember that in part 1 of the speaking test we are typically asked familiar questions about our lives.
Instructions for our practice exercise:
This is a great way to improve your speaking. It will help you notice what kind of errors you make and so over time you will make them less frequently.
Try these 4 instructions with the following questions:
Speaking Questions 1
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|1.||Visiting the colosseum in Rome was a once in a time experience.|
|2.||The standard of in Scandinavian countries is very high.|
|3.||Working as an English teacher I meet people from all walks of .|
|4.||For many people, being a vegetarian is a way of .|
|5.||expenses are high in Rome. It’s not a cheap place to live|
|6.||It has been my long ambition to climb Mt. Everest.|
|7.||Will increases in oil prices lead to a rise in the cost of ?|
|8.||She makes a by selling the cakes and biscuits she makes at home.|
- How has the cost of living in your hometown changed since you were young?
- How would you like to change your way of life?
- Do you know anyone who makes a living doing their hobby?
- Have you ever done something which you consider to be a once in a lifetime experience?
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Academic Writing Task 1
Academic Writing Task 2
Cause And Effect
Coherence And Cohesion
Complete The Notes
Complete The Table
Frequently Asked Questions
General Training Reading
General Writing Task 1
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Listening Section 1
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Listening Section 3
Listening Section 4
Problem Solution Essay
Speaking Part 1
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