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IELTS Speaking 1 – Home Town, Sports

IELTS Speaking with Part A, B and C.

Part 1 | Interview | 4 – 5 minutes | Many Questions

  1. Tell me something about your  hometown. Where is it?
  2. How is your hometown special for you?
  3. What are the tourist attractions of your hometown.
  4. Which is the oldest place in your hometown.
  5. What development would you like to see in your hometown?
  6. Has your hometown changed much since you were a child?
  7. How do you compare your hometown with the nearest city?
  8. What is most distressing about your hometown?

Part 2 | 1 minute to prepare | 3 minutes to speak

Describe a sports you would like to learn.

You should say:

  • What it is.
  • What equipment is needed for it.
  • How you would learn it.
  • Why you would like to learn this sport.

Part 3 | Discussion | 4 – 5 minutes | Fewer but longer questions

  1. Do you think people spend less or no time for sports these days?
  2. Why do people spend more time indoors?
  3. How can you help your family members to take up to sports?
  4. If you shortlist five benefits of sports, what are they?

That is the end of Speaking. Below, complete the questions. Activate “Let’s Play.”

  • Question of

    What makes you happy about your hometown?

    • The lush green fields make me happy.
    • The lush green fields makes me happy.

    Correct Wrong

    Here, "fields" is plural noun, so, for a noun ending in S, the verb should not end in S. Lush green fields + make.

  • Question of

    How would you explain your hometown in two words?

    • I would explains it “my playground.”
    • I would call it “my playground.”

    Correct Wrong

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