IELTS Speaking Part 1 Band 9 Sample with Audio – Topic: City

IELTS Speaking Part 1 Band 9 Sample With Audio Topic City

IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic: City

1. Do you like the city you are living in now?

Yes, I really enjoy Ho Chi Minh city. Although it’s quite hectic, I love the liveliness of it. Apart from this, I think it’s exciting since it is developing  at a rapid pace (quickly) and I love the international environment. This city never sleeps!

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Which city have you been to recently? I recently visited Bangkok for a short holiday. I had about 3 days free, so I went there to visit the floating market, palaces, Buddhist temples, and vibrant city center.

2. Do you prefer the city or the countryside?

I would say I’m definitely a city person. I enjoy the hustle and bustle (craziness) of city life, along with the endless opportunities to meet new people from all over. I feel too limited in the countryside, not to mention I’m terrified of critters (small animals, like spiders, etc!

3. What kinds of city do you like?

A mix of modern and old. I like when there is an old historic quarter, but also a district with skyscrapers and a more futuristic look. Moreover, I require a city with friendly people and smiles- I couldn’t live in fast-paced, robotic (people moving so fast that they don’t have any expression) place like New York City for example.

4. Which city do you want to go to?

I’ve always dreamt of going to San Francisco. I’ve always seen the Golden Gate Bridge, charming doll-house like homes, and cable cars on TV and imagined myself there. Moreover, San Francisco seems to be a very liberal city which I would be into.

 

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