important topics for ielts speaking Exam

4 important topics for ielts speaking Exam | 8 Band sample
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1. What scenery can you see from the window of your room?

Yes, but I don’t consider it as extra-ordinary scenery, It just a typical view of countryside. I have garden in front of our house, it is so refreshing to look the flowers in it. I can also notice the street in front of house and can see people who walk on street. Furthermore, I can also see tall buildings, temple and my neighborhood.

2. Do you like to watch the scenery from your window?

Yes, Whenever I see the scenery from my window, I make sure to be close to nature. I  especially love looking out the window in the morning because Just looking at the tranquility of trees, witnessing the sunset, makes me feel rejuvenated.

3. Do you want to live in a house with beautiful views?

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Humans have always been dreaming of living in a luxurious house and accordingly my dream is also similar to the other human beings. I want to live in a large and luxurious house with outstanding views. I would like to have a balcony with my bedroom  from where I could smell the fragrance from the garden. At the night times, I will place a chair on the balcony to enjoy the night views, especially the moonlit nights. 

4. How do you feel when you can’t see any beautiful view from your window?

As I am a nature lover person so I really feel awful when I can’t see any kind of beautiful view from my window. Sometimes I feel depressed if all I can see from my window are concrete buildings and roads.

  1. Do you make a list when you shop?

Yes, due to hectic schedule, I sometimes forget things and can’t remember all the things by heart especially when I go shopping. So, to make sure that I do not miss buying anything important, I always make a checklist on my phone or on a paper.

2. Do you make a list for your work or study? (Does it work?)

I mostly make a list for work so that I may not suffer any loss because of my mildly forgetful nature. It sure works as It helps me cross check whether I have done all the tasks in time or not. It keeps my work organised.

3. Why don’t some people like making lists?

Some people have an extraordinary memory so they do not feel the need to make any lists or notes because they can remember whatever they want to do. Others may not make it because of a careless attitude.

4. Do you prefer to make a list on paper or your phone?

I mostly prefer to make a list on my phone because I always carry my phone with me so to have a list in it is quite easy to handle and access, as lists made on paper are sometimes lost by me in a hurry. List made on paper has to be carried separately and many times I end up misplacing it.

  1. Do you like texting?

Yes, I really like texting. I have been texting since I was in grade 9. I find it more convenient and fun than making phone calls.

2. Do you prefer sending or receiving messages?

I prefer both sending as well as receiving messages. I am very fond of typing texts and I feel happy when people reply back.

3. Have you ever received a confusing text message?

Yes, yesterday I received a text message from an anonymous and probably some fraud person mentioning that I had won a lottery worth rupees 25 lakhs from KBC quiz show. I was pretty confused as I do not even watch the show and neither did I take part in any of its contests ever.

4. In what circumstances is making a phone call better than sending text messages?

It’s better to make a phone call in an emergency situation when we have to instantly convey some important message. By making a call, we can make sure that the person has got the message right away because sometimes people may be busy, or maybe unavailable and may not read text messages instantly. Sometimes the receiver may not be educated enough to read and understand the text message. Also, nonverbal cues that are lost in texting so it’s better to call people in many circumstances where clarity is needed.

4 important topics for ielts speaking Exam | 8 Band sample

  1. Do you like sports?

Yes, I have keen interest in some sports like badminton and cricket. I love playing these sports as well as watching their live matches in my free time.

2. What sports do you like? (Why?)

I like cricket and badminton the most. I developed a liking towards cricket from childhood because my father used to watch live cricket matches on television. I like playing badminton too since school time because I used to play it informally in my leisure time with my friends and cousins.

3. Do most people in your country like sport? What sports do people in your country like to play?

Yes, most of the people of my country like a variety of sports like hockey, cricket, football and kabaddi. Hockey and kabaddi are national games of India which are played traditionally. People also have immense interest in cricket and football. People in my country love to play kabaddi. It is a traditional Sport of India. Many people also like to play cricket formally and informally.

4. What benefits do you think sport can bring us?

Sports can bring us myriad benefits. They help us to keep fit and active. They help us get relieved from worldly worries momentarily and also develop several qualities within the players such as sportsmanship, team spirit, cooperation and patience.