Đã bao giờ bạn nghĩ mình sẽ được hỏi về ước mơ, báo chí, sắp xếp thời gian hay sự hài hước trong phần 1 Speaking chưa. Nếu chưa thì bạn hãy đọc ngay bài viết của mình nhé. Nó sẽ giúp bạn không ít trong việc chuẩn bị trong việc luyện thi IELTS đấy. Sau đây là list nhé:
Let’s move on and talk about being on time for appointments.
Is being late acceptable in your culture? (Why/why not)?
Are you ever late for appointments? (Why/why not)?
What type of excuses do you think are alright for lateness?
How do you feel when someone is late for an appointment with you?
Let’s change the topic and talk about your neighbours
Do you know the people who live next door to you?
How often do you see each other?
What kind of relationship do you have?
How can neighbours be helpful?
What kind of problems can people have with their neighbours in a big city?
I’d now like to discuss your night time dreams with you.
Do you dream much at night?
Do you often remember your dreams?
Do you think we can learn anything from dreams? (Why)?
Do people in your country talk about their dreams? (Why)?
Do you think that dreams can come true?
4. Magazines and Newspapers
Okay, let’s move to a different topic and discuss magazines and newspapers.
Which do you prefer reading, newspapers or magazines? (Why)?
What type of stories do you like to read about? (Why)?
Do you think reading a magazine or a newspaper can help you learn a language? (Why)?
Why do you think some people prefer magazines to newspapers?
Let’s change the topic and talk about comedy and humour.
What type of programmes do you find funny on TV?
Which types of programmes are most popular in your country? (Why)?
What kind of things make you laugh? (Why)?
Do you like to make people laugh? (How)?
Do you think it is important to have a sense of humour? (Why)?
What type of clothes do you like to wear?
What kind of clothes do people in your country usually wear?
How important is fashion to you?
What kind of clothes do you dislike?
Do you think people behave differently in different kinds of clothes?
What kind of clothes do people wear to work in your country?
Are clothes expensive in your country?
7. Going out
Do you like going out or staying at home?
What do you like to do when you go out?
How often do you go out?
Do people in your country go our a lot?
How and where do people in your country usually socialize?
What kind of entertainment is popular in your country?
Do you enjoy playing any games?
What kind of games do you play?
Do you think adults should play games?
What do children learn from games?
What kind of games did you play when you were a child?
What games are popular in your country today?
What kind of games were popular when you were young?
Do you think mental games like chess are good for you?
Do you have a favourite colour?
What are your country’s colours?
Do you think colours affect our moods?
Can you learn anything about a person from the colours he / she likes?
Do you like the same colours now as you did when you were a child?