SPEAKING PRACTICE TEST 1 WITH AUDIO SAMPLE

Speaking

Duration: 11–14 minutes

In the Speaking test, you have a discussion with a certified examiner. It is interactive and as close to a real-life situation as a test can get.

There are three parts to the test and each part fulfils a specific function in terms of interaction pattern, task input and candidate output.

In Part 1, you answer questions about yourself and your family. In Part 2, you speak about a topic. In Part 3, you have a longer discussion on the topic.

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IELTSFEVER SPEAKING PRACTICE TEST 1
Section 1
* Tell me about your family.
* Where do they live?
* What do you like doing when you are with your family?
Topic 1 Health and Exercise
* What sorts of things do you do to keep healthy?
* What other sorts of things are popular in your country to keep healthy?
* What sorts of exercise do you not like doing?
* How can we get young people to do more exercise?
Topic 2 Music
* What is your favourite type of music and why?
* Do you think that a country’s traditional music is important for its culture? (Why?)
* Why do people’s tastes in music often change as they get older?
* What are some of the different uses of music in your country?

Describe your favourite film or television programme
You should say:
when you watch it
who is in it
what happens in it
and explain why you particularly like it

Section 2

Section 3
Topic 1 TV and Radio
* Why do you think television has become so popular over the last 50 years?
* Do you think that there is still a future for radio with television being so popular?
* Which is better for presenting the news: television or radio? (Why?)
* How can we stop young people today watching too much television?
Topic 2 Films and Cinema
* Can you compare television and cinema as forms of entertainment?
* Do people in your country prefer American films or films from their part of the World?
* How do you think World cinema will develop over the next 50 years?
* Do you feel that “film stars” are overpaid for what they do?

SPEAKING PRACTICE TEST 1

SPEAKING PRACTICE TEST 1

SPEAKING PRACTICE TEST 1

SPEAKING PRACTICE TEST 1

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