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IELTS speaking cue cards

At IELTS speaking test part 2 the examiner will give a cue card to talk about that. Examiner will allow you 1 minute to prepare when you can make some notes as well. You need to speak one to two minutes according to the instructions but try to speak as much as you can. You will be stopped by the examiner if you talk more than two minutes which is an indication of good English speaking capability. 

IELTS speaking cue cards

Here’s some IELTS speaking cue cards for you. Good luck about your IELTS preparation. 

  1. If you could another course when you finish your current one, what would you choose?
  • What kind of course it would be
  • What do you want to learn from it
  • Why would you choose it?
  1. Describe a sport you would like to learn.
  • What sport it is
  • When will you learn it
  • How will you learn it
  • Why do you want to learn this particular sport?
  1. Talk about an instance when you spoke with someone in a foreign language for the first time.
  • When and what language it is?
  • Who did you speak with?
  • How did you feel about it?
  1. Talk about a difficult choice that you had to make and realized later it was the right decision.
  • When and where did you make this decision?
  • How did you know it was the right decision?
  • Why was this decision important to you?
  1. Describe a goal that you hope to achieve in the future.
  • What has this goal to do with your life?
  • When did you start thinking about this goal?
  • How will you achieve it?
6.       Describe one of popular and famous festivals in your country.

–          What festival it is?

–          Where and when does it take place?

–          How do you celebrate it?

7.       Talk about a childhood song that you liked the most.

–          What song was it?

–          Why did you like it?

–          Do you still like to song that song? Why?

  1. Talk about a dinner with a friend that you had recently.
  • Describe your friend.
  • When and where was the dinner?
  • What did you talk about?
  1. Describe a hand craft that you made at school.
  • What was it?
  • Why did you like it?
  • Were you good at it?
  1. Talk about a new law you would introduce to our country.
  • What law it would be?
  • Would it be easy to introduce such law?
  • What are the benefits of such law?
  1. Describe a book that you have recently read.
  • What book is it?
  • What is it about?
  • How long did it take you to read it?
  1. Describe a trip that you would like to take.
  • Where would you go?
  • With whom would you go there?
  • What arrangements would be necessary for the trip?
  1. Talk about something you bought that you are pleased to have.
  • Where and when did you buy it?
  • Why did you buy it?
  • Why are you pleased to have it?
  1. Talk about your favorite toy as a child.
  • What was it?
  • Who gave it to you and when?
  • How did you feel about it?
  1. Describe a place where you go to read and write, that is not your home.
  • What place is it?
  • When do you usually visit it?
  • How much time do you spend here?
16.   Talk about someone who files more often than normal due to some reasons.

–          When and where did you meet him/her?

–          What are his/her reasons for flying so much?

–          Does he/she like this job and the amount of flying involved?

  1. Talk about an article you have read recently in a magazine or a newspaper.
  • When and where did you read it?
  • What was it about?
  • How did you feel after reading it?
  1. Describe what you would do if you had a day off.
  • What and where would you do?
  • Who would you do it with?
  • Why would you like to do it?
  1. Talk about the best stage in your life from childhood till now.
  • When was it?
  • Why do you think it was the best?
  • How did you feel about it then?
  1. Talk about a long journey that you made in the past.
  • When and where was it?
  • What did you do there?
  • Did you like it? Why?
  1. Talk about your school friend who was a good leader.
  • Describe him/her.
  • Why do you think he/she is a good leader?
  • What did other people say about him/her?
  1. Describe a place that you have visited recently.
  • What is this place?
  • Why did you go there?
  • With whom did you go there?
  1. Talk about exercises that you do to keep yourself fit.
  • What are they?
  • When and where do you usually do them?
  • What is the importance of fitness?
  1. Talk about a paid job you and your friend did together.
  • What was the paid job?
  • Did people like that job?
  • Do you and your friend enjoy doing it?
  1. Talk about the biggest traffic jam that you have experienced.
  • Where and when was it?
  • What did you do during this time?
  • How did you feel about it later?
  1. Describe a small successful company that you know.
  • What products do they make?
  • How did you know about it?
  • What makes the company successful?
  1. Describe a car that you would like to buy.
  • What is it?
  • Why do you want to buy it?
  • Why do you like it so much?
  • How do you think this car would affect your life?
  1. Describe the nation music of your country.
  • What kind of music this is?
  • When is it played?
  • Why this music is important?
  • How this music makes you feel?
  1. Talk about a job someone else does at a big company.
  • Who is the person?
  • Where does he/she work?
  • What do you like about that job?
  • Would you like to do that job? Why?
  1. Describe a lake or a river or a sea you have visited in recent times.
  • Where the lake is?
  • How often you have visited it?
  • What activities you do there?
  • Why you like this particular place?
  1. A person you enjoy talking to.
  • Who s/he is?
  • Why you enjoy talking to this person?
  • What s/he likes?
  1. Describe an educational trip you went on at school.
  • Where and when did you go?
  • What did you do there?
  • Explain what you have learned from this trip.
  1. Talk about a small scale business in your country that earned good reputation in society.
  • What kind of business is it?
  • What can you learn from this company?
  • How helpful is this knowledge to you?
  1. Talk about a disagreement that you had with your friends.
  • What was it about and when?
  • What were the results?
  • how did you feel about it later?
  1. Describe a day when you thought the weather was perfect.
  • Where were you on this day?
  • What did you do on this day?
  • What was the weather like?
  • Why you thought the weather was perfect on this day?
  1. Describe a house or apartment you would like to live in.
  • What it would look like?
  • Where would it be situated?
  • What features should it have?
  • Explain why you would like to live in it?
  1. Describe a person in the news you would like to meet?
  • Who is the person?
  • Why is the person in the news?
  • Why would you like to meet this person?
  • What would you say to him/her once you meet?
  1. Describe a person you spend a lot of time with.
  • Who is the person?
  • What is your relationship with him/her?
  • What kind of activities do you do together?
  1. Describe your study room.
  • How does it look?
  • How much time you spend in this room?
  • What are the features that should be in an ideal study room?
  1. Describe a hotel you have stayed in.
  • Where is the hotel?
  • Why did you stay at this particular hotel?
  • Explain what makes the hotel special?
  1. Describe your most favorite music band.
  • What’s the name of the band and the band member?
  • How long do you listen their songs?
  • Why do you like this group?
  1. Describe your childhood hero.
  • Who is he/she?
  • Why he/she was your hero?
  • Do you still consider him/her as a hero?
  • What was his/her influences on you as a kid?
  1. Describe an old person you admire.
  • Who this person is?
  • Where did you meet with him?
  • What characteristics you most like on him.
  1. Describe a project or a piece of work you did together with someone.
  • What it was?
  • What you have done?
  • Why you have chosen this person to work with?
  • What you did to finish the project?
  1. Talk about a job that you would like to try.
  • What the job is?
  • What skills are necessary to do this job?
  • Is it a good job in your country?
  • Why you would like to work in this job?
  1. Talk about a person who is special or means a lot to you.
  • How did you meet him/her?
  • Describe this person.
  • What you usually do together?
  1. Describe your holidays.
  • Where you go for the holiday?
  • How long they last?
  • Who you go with?
  • Talk about any interesting thing happened during your holiday.
  1. Describe an occasion or event when you were congratulated.
  • What was the occasion?
  • When was it?
  • Who congratulated you and why?
  1. Describe a building/structure with architectural interest.
  • What is it?
  • What is the historical significance of it?
  • Why should we preserve it?
  1. Talk about a job that helps making the world a better place.
  • What job is it?
  • How did you learn about it?
  • Why do you think it helps so much?
  1. Describe an old object which your family has kept for a long time.
  • What is the object?
  • Where it come from?
  • How long it has been in your family?
  • Explain why your family has kept it.
  1. Describe a stressful day at school/university/work.
  • How did the day start?
  • How did things go wrong?
  • Who were involved?
  1. Talk about an instance when you decided to wait for something or somebody.
  • What/who did you wait for?
  • What did you do while waiting?
  • How did you feel about it?
  1. Talk about a song that reminds you of a particular time in the past.
  • What song is it?
  • Who is the singer?
  • What does it remind you of?
  • Why does it remind you of this thing?
  1. Describe an interesting historic place.
  • What is it?
  • Where is it located?
  • What can you see there now?
  1. Talk about a problem in your local area that you noticed.
  • What is it?
  • Why do you think it might be a problem?
  • For how long are you having this problem?
  • Suggest a solution for it.
  1. Talk about a person who has learned a foreign language.
  • Who is he/she?
  • What language is it?
  • Why did he/she choose this language?
  • How did he/she learn the language?
  1. Talk about a tour or travel you want to plan in the future.
  • Where do you want to go?
  • When are you planning to go?
  • With whom do you want to go there?
  • Why do you want to go there?
  1. Describe your latest interesting travel in details.
  • When and where did you go?
  • Whom did you go with?
  • What things did you do?
  • How was your outing?
  1. Describe a teacher who has greatly influenced you in your education.
  • Where did you meet him/her?
  • What subject did he/she teach?
  • What was special about him/her?
  1. Describe a meaningful thing made by yourself.
  • What was it?
  • How did you come about to make it?
  • Why did you make it?
  • How did other people react to it?
  1. Talk about a useful website that you like.
  • What website is this?
  • How did you discover it?
  • What do you use it for?
  • How has this website helped you?
  1. The most beautiful natural scenery you have ever seen.
  • Where was it?
  • When was it?
  • Who did you go with?
  • Describe the scenery.
  1. Talk about a child you spent some time with.
  • Who was the child?
  • When was this?
  • What did you do together?
  • How did you feel after spending time with the child?
  1. Talk about a time when you had to wait to hear some important news.
  • What was the news or event that made you wait?
  • When and where did you hear the news?
  • Describe your feelings after hearing it.
  1. Describe about a TV program that you would like to watch again.
  • Where did you see it?
  • What TV program it was?
  • Who you saw it with?
  • Why you like to see it again?
  1. Describe a place which you visited and learnt about other culture.
  • Where was it?
  • Who went there with you?
  • How was your experience?
  • What have you learnt from this visit?
  1. Talk about a time when you had to wait for something?
  • What were you waiting for?
  • When?
  • What did you do while waiting?
  • What was the outcome?
  1. Talk about an activity you had done for the first time that you were excited about.
  • What and where did you do?
  • Who was there with you?
  • Why did you like it so much?
  1. Talk about a piece of equipment that you use at home.
  • What is it?
  • How do you use it?
  • How important is it to you and your family members?
  1. Describe a job you have done.
  • How did you get the job?
  • What was your designation?
  • What did the job involved?
  • How long did you do the job?
  • How well did you do the job?
  1. Describe a city you have visited which has impressed you.
  • What is the name of the city?
  • Where is it situated?
  • Why did you visit it?
  • What did you like about the city?
  1. Describe a museum or art gallery you have visited.
  • Where is it?
  • Why did you go there?
  • What do you particularly remember about that?
  1. A memorable with your family.
  • Where was it?
  • When was it?
  • Describe the occasion.
  • Why was it memorable?
  1. Describe a movie character you remember.
  • Name the character and movie.
  • Who played the character?
  • How was the character important in the movie?
  • Why do you particularly remember the character?
  1. Something about you that you would like to change.
  • What is it?
  • How does it affect you?
  • Why do you want to change it?
  • How do you plan to change it?
  1. Describe an instance when you received a good service at a shop or a restaurant?
  • When and where did you receive the service?
  • What was the service?
  • Describe the incident.
  • How did you feel about it?
  1. Talk about your favorite show.
  • Which brand is it?
  • Where did you buy it from?
  • Why is this your favorite?
  1. Talk about a TV show character that you like from your childhood.
  • Which character is it?
  • Which show is the character from?
  • Why do you like the character this much?

IELTS Speaking recent questions | IELTS speaking sample questions

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IELTS speaking sample questions

Here’s some IELTS speaking sample questions. Some of these were taken from recent IELTS speaking real questions. Try to to spend some time to understand the question type and practice these questions. Please do not memorize the answers otherwise you will end up giving robotic answer at the real exam in order to answer similar questions. So, good luck folks

IELTS speaking sample questionsIELTS Speaking recent questions

Part 1

  1. What is your full name?
  2. What do you do?
  3. Do you know the people who live next door to you?
  4. How often do you see each other?
  5. How long have they been living there?
  6. What do you generally talk about when you meet them?
  7. What kind of relationship do you have?
  8. Has this relationship stayed the same since the day you first got acquainted with them?
  9. How can neighbors be helpful?
  10. What kind of problems can people have with their neighbors in a big city?
  11. How important is it to have helpful neighbors in city life?
  12. How can neighbors affect our lives?
CUE CARD:

 

  A person you enjoy talking to.

 

1.      Who s/he is.

2.      Why you enjoy talking to this person.

3.      What s/he likes.

4.      Explain in details.

Part 3

  1. Do you think it is helpful to have someone you can go to for advice?
  2. When taking advice from someone, what do you consider first?
  3. Who do you often take advices from?
  4. Why?
  5. How important is it to have experiences of the issue when giving specific advice to someone?
  6. Can young people give advice to old people?
  7. Are young people’s advice taken seriously by old people?
  8. Is this acceptable in your culture?

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Part 1

  1. What is your full name?
  2. Where are you from?
  3. Do you work or study?
  4. What is the most interesting thing about your studies?
  5. What other subjects do you study? Why?
  6. What is more important for the education process ,teachers or students?
  7. On what occasions do you usually send messages?
  8. Have you ever experienced an inconvenience when you received a text massage?
  9. What kind of movies do you enjoy watching?
  10. How often do you go to the cinema?
  11. Is it more enjoyable to go to cinema halls to watch movies?
  12. Do you prefer watching movies alone?
  13. Why?
CUE CARD:

 

Describe an educational trip you went on at school.

 

1.       Where and when did you go?

2.       What did you do there?

3.       Explain what you have learned from that trip.

 

Part 3

  1. How many times did you go on such trips during your school years?
  2. How did you feel about it?
  3. Are the trips important for students?
  4. What kind of educational trips are common in your country?
  5. Is it important for children to go there with a teacher?
  6. How can parents support their children at home?
  7. How important is it for older people to study at home?

                                                                                                                                                                 Question set  3

Part 1: 

  1. What is your full name?
  2. Does your name have any particular meaning?
  3. What’s the origin of your name?
  4. Do you like your name?
  5. Who kept your name?
  6. What do your friends call you?
  7. Did your family have a certain name that they called you when you were a child?
  8. What names are popular to give to babies in your country?
  9. How do people in your country choose what name would you give?
  10. If you had a newborn child ,what name would you give it?
  11. Do any other people in your family have the same name to you?
  12. Do many people in your country have the same surname as you?
CUE CARD:

Talk about a small scale business in your country that earned good reputation in society?

1.      What kind of business is it?

2.      What can you learn from this company?

3.      How helpful is this knowledge to you?

Part 3: 

  1. Is it easy to establish a business in your country?
  2. What are the problems people generally face in setting up a business in your country?
  3. What do you think about family owned business?
  4. Is it supposed to be easier to run family owned businesses compared to starting a new business?
  5. Would you like to be a manager of such business?
  6. Why?
  7. What are the main responsibilities of a manager in your opinion?
  8. Why?
  9. What qualities should a good manager possess?
  10. Why?

                                                                                                                                                                  4

Part 1

  1. What is your full name?
  2. What do you do?
  3. Where do you study?
  4. Are you involved with any job?
  5. How many hours do you think is enough for you to sleep daily?
  6. Do you think studying hard helps people sleep?
  7. Do you agree that excessive sleep can be dangerous?
  8. Do you think sleep is important?
  9. Do you think it’s sometimes convenient to sleep for short periods of time?
  10. Do you think we need to sleep in the afternoon?
  11. Do you think elderly people need less sleep than young people?
  12. How do you think people can have a good sleep?’
  13. Do you do anything particular before going to bed to help you sleep?
CUE CARD:

Talk about a disagreement that you had with your friend.

1.       What was it about and when?

2.       What were the results?

3.       How did you feel about it later?

Part 3

  1. On what topics do children usually disagree?
  2. Why do you think it is so?
  3. How can parents reason with children?
  4. Do teacher have any role to help the students stay away from disagreement?
  5. How important is the role of parents to avoid such problems?
  6. Do you think the children follow their parent’s order in society today?
  7. Why?

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Part 1

  1. What is your full name?
  2. What do you do?
  3. Where do you study?
  4. What types of photos do you like taking?
  5. Why?
  6. What do you do with photos you take?
  7. Why?
  8. When you visit other places, do you take photos or buy postcards?
  9. Why/why not?
  10. Do you like people talking photos of you?
  11. Why/why not?
  12. What do you use to take photos of yourself?
  13. Do you like to use your phone to take photos of yourself?
CUE CARD:

Describe a day when you thought the weather was perfect.

1.       Where were you on this day?

2.       What did you do on this day?

3.       What was the weather like?

4.       Explain why you thought the weather was perfect on the day.

Part 3

  1. What types of weather do people in your country dislike most?
  2. Why is that?
  3. What jobs can be affected by different weather conditions?
  4. Why?
  5. Are there any important festivals in your country that celebrate a season or type of weather?
  6. How important do you think it is for everyone to check what the next day’s weather will be?
  7. Why?
  8. What is the best way to get accurate information about the weather?

                                                                                                                                                                  

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Part 1

  1. What is your full name?
  2. What do you do?
  3. What type of public transport do you use most often?
  4. How is the public transport system in your hometown?
  5. Is there anything that should be done to improve the public transport in your hometown?
  6. Is the public transport in your city affordable for most people?
  7. Which do you think is the better choice, to drive a private car or to use public transportation?
  8. Do you think using a car is connected to one’s social status?
  9. Do you agree that more people should use public transportation?
  10. Do you think that there are enough public transport mediums in your hometown?
  11. How safe are they?
  12. What do you think can be done to encourage more people to use public transport?
  13. What do you think are the benefits of having a good public transport system?
CUE CARD:

Describe a house or apartment you would like to live in.

1.       What it would look like?

2.       Where would it be situated?

3.       What features should it have?

4.       Explain why you would like to live in it.

Part 3

  1. Should houses be built differently for different climatic conditions?
  2. Why?
  3. Do you think houses will be built from different materials in the future?
  4. Why do you think so?
  5. Should houses be different for young and old people?
  6. Should there be any special facility for houses where old people live?
  7. Why do you think this should be the case?

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Part 1

  1. What is your full name?
  2. Are you a student or a service holder?
  3. Do you like listening to music?
  4. What kind of music do you like to listen to?
  5. Is music an important part of your life?
  6. When do you usually listen to music?
  7. How does it affect you?
  8. Have you ever listened to live music?
  9. Did you like to listen to music when you were a child?
  10. Is the music you like now different to the music you liked when you were a child?
  11. Should we teach music to our kids?
  12. Is there any musical instrument that you would like to learn?
  13. What types of music do people in your country like to listen to?
  14. Do retired people like to listen to the same type of music that young people listen to?
CUE CARD:

Describe a person in the news you would like to meet.

1.       Who is the person?

2.       Why is the person in the news?

3.       Why would you like to meet this person?

4.       What would you say to him/her once you meet?

Part 3

  1. Do you think people on TV are a lot different in their real lives?
  2. Why do you think they are different in real life from TV?
  3. Do you think celebrities are given enough privacy?
  4. Do you think people are excessively interested to know about these celebrities?
  5. Why do you think so?
  6. Is this good?

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Part 1

  1. What is your full name?
  2. Are you a student or a service holder?
  3. What times in your life do you need to concentrate on doing something?
  4. Does your job require concentration and attention to detail?
  5. Is it difficult/easy to concentrate?
  6. Why?
  7. What affects your ability to concentrate?
  8. What disturbs your concentrate the most?
  9. What type of environment do you need to work peacefully?
  10. Do you do anything to help you concentrate?
  11. Do you think people can do two things at the same time?
  12. Do you think people can do two things at the same time?
  13. Is it good to do two thinks at the same time?
CUE CARD:

Describe your study room.

1.      How does it look?

2.      How much time do you spend in this room?

3.      What are the features that should be in as ideal study room?

Part 3

  1. How does a study room help a student?
  2. Do you like to study?
  3. What type of book do you study?
  4. Which do you prefer- reading or travelling?
  5. Why?
  6. Do you think it is better to read about a place and then travel to that place?
  7. Where should a person get all the required information for travelling?

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Part 1 

  1. What is your full name?
  2. Where are you from?
  3. Do you work or study?
  4. Do you ever help your parents with the housework after school?
  5. What sort of help do you offer to them?
  6. How do they feel/react when you offer to help them?
  7. Do you feel it’s important to help your parents with the housework?
  8. Do you like doing housework?
  9. What household chores do like the most?
  10. Why?
  11. What’s your least favorite household chore?
  12. Why?
  13. Do you think children should help with the housework in the family?
  14. What benefits do you think children would gain from doing that?
CUE CARD:

Describe your most favorite Music Band.

1.      What’s the name of the band and the band members?

2.      How long do you listen their songs?

3.      Tell about some famous songs of this band?

4.      Why do you like this group?

Part 3

  1. Do you think artists are treated fairly in society?
  2. How do you think we can treat these artists fairly?
  3. Do you think they are paid fairly for their works?
  4. Do these artists contribute to society in general?
  5. Do you think that these artists contribute enough?
  6. Are these contributions worthwhile?

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Part 1

  1. What is your full name?
  2. Where are you from?
  3. Do you work or study?
  4. What do you usually do when you’re waiting for a bus or a train?
  5. Is it a common occurrence that you have to wait for bus or train?
  6. What do you think “patience” is?
  7. Do you think patience is important?
  8. Do you think being patient is an important part of being polite?
  9. Would you say you are a patient person?
  10. What do you do when you become impatient?
  11. Are people in your country generally very patient?
  12. When someone is late in your country, are other people usually patient, or angry?
CUE CARD:

Describe an old person you admire.

1.      Who this person is?

2.      Where did you meet with him?

3.      What characteristics you most like on him?

4.      Explain why you admire this person?

Part 3

  1. At what average age is normal for retirement in your opinion?
  2. What are the good things about being retired?
  3. How does the government in your country treat the retired people?
  4. Can you specialists substitute the old ones who are in retirement in the work place?
  5. What do you think is it necessary to give retirement to people? Why/Why not?
  6. What are the pros and cons of being retired?

                                                                                                                                                                                               

IELTS speaking part 1 questions (sample)

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IELTS speaking part 1 questions samples

IELTS speaking module has got three parts. Part 1 which consists with some general questions, Part 2 cue card, part 3 some relevant question about your cue cards. 

IELTS speaking part 1 starts with some basic questions. For instance, questions like, something about yourself, about your study, your hobbies and interests, about your home town, your favorite places, your favorite festival etc. Some sample questions of IELTS speaking part 1 are given below. Hopefully those will be helpful for you. 

IELTS Speaking Part 1 Sample questions:

Set 01.

 

1.what is your name?

2.where do you live?

3.Do you enjoy using technology?

4.Do you use the internet for your studies?

5.Which item of technology do you use most often?

6.Are there any internet cafes where you live?

7.Have you ever bought anything online?

8.Do you have your own computer?

9.How often do you use it?

10.what do you use it for?

Set 02.

 

1.What is your name?

2.Do you work or study?

3.Do you enjoy your work or study?

4.Why did you choose this career?

5.Will you continue with this in the future?

6.What was your favorite activity when you were child?

7.What do you think children prefer outdoor or indoor activities?Why?

8.What is politeness in your opinion?

9.When you were a child who taught you to be polite?

10.Why is it important to be polite to people?

Set 03.

 

1.What is full name?

2.Can l see your id/passport?

3.Where are you from?

4.Do you like cold weather? Why?

5.Are there different season in your country?

6.Which season do you like most?

7.Are advertisements important?

8.Do they help people buy products?

9.Do you watch advertisement on TV?

10.Are you enjoy advertisement on the internet?

Set 04.

 

1.What is your full name?

2.Where are you live?

3.How long do you and your family live there?

4.What do you think about public holidays in your country?

5.Do you think there should be fewer public holidays in your country?

6.what is your favourite public holiday?

7.What is your favourite colour?

8.What others colour do you like?

9.Do you like reading?

10.Do you like to read in group?

Set 05.

  1. Do you work or study?
  2. Do you think your study subject is easy? Why?
  3. Do you like weekends?
  4. Have you ever worked on the weekend?
  5. What you usually do in your weekend?
  6. Do you like to take photographs?
  7. What kind of photographs do you like to keep?
  8. Do you like to share your photographs on Facebook?
  9. Do you think being a photographer is an interesting career?

Set 06.

  1. Where are you from?
  2. Is street market so popular in your country?
  3. Do you go to street market?
  4. When do you go to street market instead of big market?
  5. Do you think street markets in other countries are different from the ones in your country?
  6. Which room does you like most in your house?
  7. Do you live with your family or friends?
  8. What do you like most about your home?
  9. What facilities are close to your home?

Set 07.

  1. Where do you live?
  2. Do you usually take a bus or a taxi?
  3. Is it easy to use bus or a taxi in your area?
  4. Are you satisfied with the transport system of your city?
  5. Do you like travel by train instead of bus?
  6. Do you write to your friends?
  7. Do you enjoy it?
  8. When was the last time you wrote to your friend?
  9. When writing to a friend what do you talk about most?