Speaking follow up questions A wild animal IELTS EXAM

Speaking follow up questions A wild animal

Question: What kind of animals do people normally have in their home?

Question: Tell me about an animal you saw which is very rare in your home town.

Question: Why do people have pets in their homes?

Question: Do you think people do not respect animals these days as compare to the past?

Question: Earlier people used animals for their work. Now, what do people use to do their work?

Question: Researchers are being conducted on animals, is it a good idea?

Question: So many animals are on the verge of extinction these days. What do you think about this? Why it is happening?

Question: Besides the animal you just spoke about, what other wild animals are there in your country ?

Question: In general, what is the attitude of people in your country towards wild animals?

Question: Do you like (all) wild animals? (Why?/Why not?)

Question: Do people in the rural areas have the same feelings about wild animals as people in the cities?

Question: In general, do you think people like wild animals?

Question: Are there any wild animals that you dislike? Why?

Question: What about lions and tigers, do you like them?

Question: In your country, are people’s attitudes towards wild animals today the same as people’s attitudes in the past?

Question: Do you think wildlife should be protected?

Question: why are some wild animals endangered?

Question: In your country, who takes responsibility for protecting wild animals?

Question: Are there any special organizations in your country that help protect wild animals?

 

Question: What do you suggest could be done to make people more aware of this issue?

Question: Is the government in your country doing anything to protect wild animals?

 

Question: Do you think it’s (always) worth it if the government spends a lot of money to protect a wild animal?

Question: Are people in your country very aware about animal protection?

Question: Do you think human activities are affecting wild life?

Question: What are the reasons that some species of animals and birds are becoming extinct?

Question: What should the government do for the conservation of these species?

 

Question: Why do people like to see animals on TV?

Question: Why do children like to have toy animals?

Question: What is the effect of humans on animals?

Question: How can we contribute to the conservation of animals?

Question: Do many people in your country have a pet at home?

Question: What pets do people in your country like to have?

Question. Do you think the fish that some people keep at home can be called “pets”?

Question: Why do some people have fish in their homes?

 

Questio: Why do people have pets?

 

Question. Do you think having an animal in the home can ever be dangerous?

 

Question. Do you think a pet can ever present a safety hazard to children?

 

Question: What animals do you think are unsuitable to have as pets in the home?

Question: Do you think it’s cruel to keep a dog in an apartment?

Question: In what ways do animals bring benefits to people?

Question. What animals have economic value for human beings?

Question: Do animals contribute to the economy of a country?



Question. Do people in your country raise animals in order to make money?

 

Question. Some people choose not to eat meat. Why do you think they make that choice?

Question” What do you think about eating dog meat ?

 

Question :What are the Positives of Zoos

 

Question :What are the Negatives of Zoos

 

 

 

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Speaking follow up questions A wild animal

Speaking follow up questions A wild animal

Speaking follow up questions A wild animal

Speaking follow up questions A wild animal

 

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