IELTS Speaking Actual Test in Malaysia & Sample Answers
- 1 Speaking Part 1
- 1.0.1 1 What’s your name?
- 1.0.2 2 Your ID please?
- 1.0.3 3 Where are you from?
- 1.0.4 4 Do you work or study?
- 1.0.5 5 Do you prefer reading news online or on newspaper?
- 1.0.6 6 What types of news do you like to read, world news or news in your country?
- 1.0.7 7 Do you discuss news with your friends?
- 1.0.8 8 Do you like when it rains?
- 1.0.9 9 Does rain change people’s mood?
- 1.0.10 10 Have you ever gone out when it was raining and you didn’t have an umbrella?
- 2 Speaking Part 2
- 3 Speaking Part 3
- 3.0.1 1 How do working parents in your country take care of their children?
- 3.0.2 2 Do you think working parents allow their children to watch too much television?
- 3.0.3 3 How much freedom should parents allow teens to have?
- 3.0.4 4 Do you think parents in your country are putting too much pressure on their children?
- 3.1 Vocabulary For Speaking Part 3
Speaking Part 1
In IELTS Speaking actual test you will be asked some questions, please find some sample questions below for reference-
1 What’s your name?
Well, I’m “Aashna Roy”
2 Your ID please?
Yes, Please have a look at it.
3 Where are you from?
I’m from Pune, Maharashtra’s cultural capital and the country’s growing education and IT hub. The city has a lot to offer, from historical sites to glorious food to many adrenaline outdoor activities. There are plenty of trekking destinations in and around the city for adventure-seekers.
4 Do you work or study?
I’m currently working as a Software Engineer in the most popular and prominent IT Solutions company in the city. My responsibility as a Software engineer requires me to use the engineering principles and programming languages to build software products, develop computer games, and run network control systems.
5 Do you prefer reading news online or on newspaper?
With the internet’s presence on my smartphone, the e-news is just one flick away, and so, I sometimes go through the online news websites that update the news regularly and take a quick glance at the news headlines.
6 What types of news do you like to read, world news or news in your country?
Well, I like to read the world news as they’re interesting and help me in enriching my horizons about current affairs across the world. I also read the domestic news which is indeed very important as they have a huge impact on our daily lives.
7 Do you discuss news with your friends?
Of course! We like to discuss the current affairs during our leisure time. With every piece of information, we keep ourselves updated with what is happening around us. If the news is intriguing, we share our opinions and thoughts.
8 Do you like when it rains?
Yes, absolutely! I love when it rains. The chilled weather and the petrichor after a heavy rain is wonderful. The typical showers that occur either seasonally or at unexpected times are just amazing. Cool weather has a calming effect on me.
9 Does rain change people’s mood?
In my opinion, Rain has a soothing effect on people and it can definitely change a person’s mood. In contrast to the hot air tends to make people more tired and irritable, rain brings joy and ecstatic changes around us. The pleasant weather makes everyone calm and relaxed.
10 Have you ever gone out when it was raining and you didn’t have an umbrella?
Yes! It has happened several times when I was in school. Since weather forecasting was not always accurate, I wouldn’t have carried an umbrella or a raincoat with me and end up getting drenched.
Speaking Part 2
Describe someone who is a good parent/ Describe a good parent you know
You should say:
- Who the parent is
- How you know the parent
- What the parent looks like
- And explain why you think the parent is good
Being a parent myself, it’s tough to analyze who good parents are and who isn’t, especially when you have to feed your kid and pull out the dirty diapers. But I can always tell you whom I look up to when I face any problem in parenting.
Being brought up by my grandparents, I always thought they were the perfect guardian one can have. I lost my parents before I had my senses to distinguish between right and wrong. So it was my grandparents and me all along.
Even though they are old with loose skin, grey hair and with few teeth fallen, they were perfectly fit to manage themselves in their own way.
They might have a generation gap and difference in opinion, but the best thing about them is, they were always willing to learn. They had never ignored the fact that one can have a different capability to learn. I was never once compared to others when I had low grades. Instead, I was taught to understand where it went wrong and ways to get better. I was taught to be polite but to be firm, in my opinion. I was always asked about my thoughts on something. They have always asked me for my opinion on everything. I may not have seen my parents, but I always knew they were just like them. They were a parent figure to me. Even today, when I face any difficulties, I look up to them and seek a solution. I think I have learnt parenting from the best people in the world.
Vocabulary for Cue Card
- Distinguish: differentiate
Eg: Learn to distinguish between right and wrong
- Diapers: the artificial pants babies are meant to wear to protect them from getting wet.
Eg: She made her baby wear the diapers before they went out
- Generation gap: Difference in two generations
Eg: The generation gap between you and uncle is quite visible
- Parent figure: template of parents
Eg: My aunt was like a parent figure to me.
Speaking Part 3
1 How do working parents in your country take care of their children?
Working parents in my country leave the children to their parents. Sometimes the parents appoint a nanny or a maid at home to look after their children. Some people think childcare organisations can offer the best care and admit their children in these organisations. Thus, it’s better for the children to be looked after by their grandparents.
2 Do you think working parents allow their children to watch too much television?
Well, it depends! Some working parents monitor their children’s activities and set up a limit for the use of digital accessories like TV, Smartphones, Tablets, etc. Others let their children squander too much time on watching the digital media which has a negative impact on them.
3 How much freedom should parents allow teens to have?
Parents should allow the teens to have freedom to an extent where the teens will have an opportunity of making their own decisions & choices and get time to learn from their mistakes. Also, children should follow the rules and boundaries set by their parents.
4 Do you think parents in your country are putting too much pressure on their children?
Maybe yes! Some parents put a lot of pressure on their children as they want them to succeed and have a good career. This causes the children to feel extremely stressed by the pressure. They fail to live up to their parents’ expectations. Thus, putting too much pressure has its own negative aspects which outweigh the positive ones.
Vocabulary For Speaking Part 3
- Childcare organisations: care for children provided by either the government, an organization, or a person, while parents are at work or are absent for another reason
Eg: Rose works as a trainer in the childcare organisation.
- Negative impacts: A fact, situation, or experience that is negative is unpleasant, depressing, or harmful
Eg: The surgery may have a negative impact on his health.
- To an extent: the degree or limit of something
Eg: Taking tablets to relieve the pain is good to an extent. But too much medication can be harmful.
- Concern: make (someone) anxious or worried.
Eg: The old man was concerned about his wealth.
- Stressed: experiencing mental or emotional strain or tension.
Eg: He was stressed as there was a huge loss in his business.
- Outweighs: To weigh more than or to be likely to be more important than or have an effect on something else
Eg: The rate of gold outweighs the rate of diamonds.
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