Mock Test 27 | Speaking Part 3

Discussion topics:

Topic: Music

  1. What kind of music do different age groups in your country like?
  2. Why do people of different ages like different music?
  3. Is it ok to play loud music in public places?
  4. Do you think music can be s source of pollution?
  5. When people get older, will they like the same music as they liked in childhood?
  6. What can people learn from songs?

IELTS SPEAKING PART 3

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    Topic: Music

    What kind of music do different age groups in your country like?

    Well, obviously, each group has their own taste in music. In my country, among youngsters, modern and contemporary music such as rock, hip hop and rap dominate other types. [Crack IELTS with Rob] Besides, the older generations prefer listening to traditional music like folk music, opera and revolutionary music which are evergreen songs.

     

    Why do people of different ages like different music?

    People of diverse age groups show interest in different genres of music because of several reasons. First, music, composition and lyrics generally influence their taste in music. [Crack IELTS with Rob] Modern musical instruments such as electronic guitar, drum and harmonica draw attraction to young music lovers. Besides, up-bring can create a major difference. It means the way they grew up with it and view it.

     

    Is it ok to play loud music in public places?

    No, I’m afraid the answer is no. it is annoying and pisses me off because loud music blasts into our ears. Besides, it is a violation of people’s peace, and disturbs many people. [Crack IELTS with Rob] There is no reason to be forced to hear somebody else’s choice in music. Therefore, I strongly feel that people should be fined for playing music too loudly in public.

     

    Do you think music can be s source of pollution?

    Yes, music can be considered as a typical type of noise pollution. Sound becomes unwanted when it interferes daily routine/ activities such as sleeping, and conversation or reduces the quality of life. [Crack IELTS with Rob] However, the fact is that we cannot see, taste, or smell, so noise pollution has not received much attention from society. Yet, it can have major consequences on our health.

     

    When people get older, will they like the same music as they liked in childhood?

    Honestly, what people listen to is chosen to suit particular milestones they face and meet social and psychological needs, getting older means getting softer in terms of music. [Crack IELTS with Rob] Teenagers have an interest in rock and metal while young adults are really into more relaxing music such as jazz and classical music when raising a family.

     

    What can people learn from songs?

    Songs can benefit us in several ways. First, it helps listeners to learn a foreign language. [Crack IELTS with Rob] People can listen to lyrics in these languages, copy the melody and remember pronunciation. Besides, through lyrics, people can enrich knowledge, broaden horizons and have out look on some issues that our society is facing.

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