IELTS speaking topics are the most important part of the IELTS exam. So you should have a bunch of ideas about what to say in the IELTS speaking test.
Here are the IELTS Speaking topics 2022.
In this part, the examiner introduces him/herself and checks the test takers’ identity. They then ask the test takers general questions on some familiar topics such as home, family, work, studies, and interests. To ensure consistency, questions are taken from a script. Part 1 lasts for 4–5 minutes.
Here are some of the IELTS Speaking topics part 1.
Part 2 is the individual long turn. The examiner gives the test takers a task card which asks the test takers to talk about a particular topic, includes points to cover in their talk and instructs the test takers to explain one aspect of the topic. Test takers are given one minute to prepare their talk, and are given a pencil and paper to make notes. The examiner asks the test takers to talk for 1 to 2 minutes, stops the test takers after 2 minutes, and asks one or two questions on the same topic.
Using the points on the task card effectively, and making notes during the preparation time, will help the test takers think of appropriate things to say, structure their talk, and keep talking for 2 minutes. Part 2 lasts 3–4 minutes, including the preparation time.
Here are some of the IELTS Speaking topics part 2.
1- Describe an event that changed your life (or, changed you) in a good way. You should say:
2- Describe a restaurant you like You should say:
3- Describe an important building in your hometown or city. You should say:
4- Describe something important that you once forgot to do. You should say:
5- Describe a (very) intelligent person you know. You should say:
6- Describe something (special) that you saved money to buy. You should say:
7- Describe a garden or park you enjoyed visiting. You should say:
8- Describe a present (a gift) you received when you were a child You should say:
9- Describe an antique or some other old object that your family has kept for a long time. You should say:
10- Describe a film you didn’t like. You should say:
11- Describe a high school, university or evening class (or course) you studied You should say:
12- Describe a time when you are very busy. You should say:
13- Describe something special you brought home from a holiday. You should say:
14- Describe a place where you would like to have (or, build) a home. You should say:
15- Describe a time when you stayed (far) away from your home. You should say:
16- Describe a success of your friend that made you feel proud. You should say:
17- Describe a sport you like to watch or play. You should say:
18- Describe a time when you had a problem with a piece of equipment (e.g., a TV or a washing machine) You should say:
19- Describe a book that you enjoyed reading. You should say:
In Part 3, the examiner and the test takers discuss issues related to the topic in Part 2 in a more general and abstract way and, where appropriate, in greater depth. Part 3 lasts 4–5 minutes.
Here are some of the IELTS Speaking topics part 3.
If you are thinking to take IELTS test in 2022, I will suggest you practice these topics. Some of them have never been asked in the past. Good Luck!
CS1: 1/20 Đường Số 3, P9, Q.Gò Vấp
CS2: 100 Đông Hồ, P8 Q, Tân Bình
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