It is nearly 15 minutes want for speaking section having 3 parts – an interview, a speech and a discussion. The questions can be repeat at some stage in the speaking test.
The questions were subsequently ask over in a real IELTS exam. Exercise them and try to outline questions of parallel type.
What is your name?
Are you studying or doing job?
Do you live in a small town or metropolitan city?
Please discuss recent changes in your residence?
Do you like your city?
Tell me the advantages of living in a city?
What is the meaning of your name?
Who gave you this name?
Who names children in your country?
Is there a unique naming ceremony in your country?
How may I speak to you?
The 2nd part of the speaking test is a speech. A cue card will be specified by a little question. Examination takers will be specified 1 minute to practice a speech to answer all of the questions particularly in the cue card.
Speak about the happiest event in your life.
Pursue the questions
What happening make people glad?
What happening make aged people glad?
Do you think that wealthy people are glad?