Study: IELTS Speaking Part 1 Sample Answer
In IELTS Speaking Part 1, to answer IELTS examiner’s questions in a natural and fluent way, you should focus on one idea only and then expand that idea into a long meaningful sentence using grammar patterns and vocabulary, which can help you get Band 8.0+ for IELTS Speaking.
Let’s practice it with some easy questions about a popular topic: Study.
Speaking Part 1
1 Are you studying or working?
I’m currently a senior at X University, which is one of the top schools in the nation. Admission is incredibly competitive, so I’m very proud of being a student here.
2 What are you studying?
Well, I’m majoring in Accountancy, so as you can guess, I deal a lot with numbers and figures day in, day out. It can be overwhelming at times, but I think that I have a knack for mathematics and calculations, so it’s okay.
IELTS Actual Test Questions (July - October 2022)
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3 Why did you choose to study that major?
There are many reasons for my choice. Primarily, I have an interest in Accountancy. Another reason could be because of Accountancy itself since I’ve found that my personality has changed positively. I’ve become more patient and skillful.
4 What’s the most difficult part of your study?
Well, for the most part, I’d say it’s the workload. I mean there are so many assignments, and students are always under a lot of pressure to meet deadlines. But on the other hand, exams are a piece of cake. They are entirely predictable, and I can pretty much breeze through them with a bit of revision.
5 What do you like most about your school?
I guess the aspect I find most enjoyable is the environment. I mean, I get to study in English-speaking classrooms, and the facilities are top-notch; I mean, all the classrooms are air-conditioned and equipped with projectors. My friends and teachers are all adorable, so, all in all, it’s a great place to study.
- Top-notch: Excellent
Eg: Columbia Asia is one of the top-notch hospitals in the city.
- Senior: Final year university student
Eg: Messages had been circulated to all the senior figures in the industry.
- Day in, day out: Continuously or repeatedly over a long period of time.
Eg: You should buy extra vitamin supplements to meet your children’s nutrition needs day in and day out
- Have a knack for: To be exceptionally proficient at (doing) something
Eg: He had a knack for connecting with people
- A piece of cake: Very easy
Eg: The job interview was a piece of cake for Jessy
- Breeze (through): To easily complete or win something
Eg: The Indian team breezed through the Pakistanis in the first test match
Frequently Asked Questions
Is the ebook “IELTS Speaking Actual Tests & Suggested Answers (Ebook)” for Academic or General module?
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Can I answer the questions with just a ‘yes’ or ‘no’?
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Is it ok to have a few “Umms” and “Aahs” while Speaking?