Mock Test 7 | Speaking Part 1

IELTS SPEAKING PART 1

The examiner asks the candidate about him/herself, his/her home, work or studies and other familiar topics.

 

Topic 1: Language

  1. How long have you been learning English?
  2. What do you find most difficult about learning English?
  3. What advice would you give to someone starting to learn English?
  4. Would you like to learn another language in the future?

 

Topic 2: Writing

  1. How often do you write?
  2. When do you write?
  3. Do you think it is important to have good handwriting?
  4. What are the advantages of writing something by hand?

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IELTS SPEAKING PART 1

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    Topic 1: Language

    How long have you been learning English?

    As far as I remember, I have been studying English for ages, around a decade since I was a junior in primary school. However, it’s kind of on – and – off.

     

    What do you find most difficult about learning English?

    For me, speaking is a nightmare for me simply because I lack vocabulary and don’t have the knowledge of pronunciation system.

     

    What advice would you give to someone starting to learn English?

    It is suggested that English learners should be confident to immerse themselves in an English-speaking environment, such as watching films in English subtitles.

     

    Would you like to learn another language in the future?

    Well, if I have a chance, I will take a Chinese course simply because I want to discover about different cultures, enrich my knowledge and broaden my horizon.

     

    Collocations and Idioms:

    1. kind of on – and – off: Something is not continuous

    2. have the knowledge: To have an experience of, or be familiar with 

    3. immerse (oneself, someone, or something) in (something): to become completely involved in an activity.

     

    Topic 2: Writing

    How often do you write?

    I put pen on paper on a daily basis to do my assignments. However, I suppose that it seems to be outdated/ such a dinosaur.

     

    When do you write?

    Well. I produce handwritten things when I want to take note. I might jot down a new idea or a reminder in a notebook.

     

    Do you think it is important to have good handwriting?

    Yes, although as a saying goes that “don’t judge a book by its cover”, I still believe that good handwriting reveals a person’s personalities. For example, if it is a sloppy handwritten letter, the writer is likely to be a careless person.

     

    What are the advantages of writing something by hand?

    The most practical benefit of handwritten things is emotional. It can express love and affection of the writer to the recipient.

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    The most apparent merit of handwriting is to help students memorize their lessons better and more effectively than merely typing.

     

    Collocations and Idioms:

    1. put pen to paper: to write something

    2. produce handwritten things: create something using pen or pencil rather than by typing it

    3. jot down: writing something quickly

    4. don’t judge a book by its cover: a person or thing may be very different than what was expected

     

    Please click the red words below for other Sections in this Mock Test:

    Mock Test 7 | Speaking Part 3
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    Mock Test 7 | Writing Task 1 

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