NEW IELTS Questions
You never know what you’ll be asked in your IELTS speaking test. However, 2 recent topics are Concentration and Ice-Cream.
- Could you stay focused in class when you were a child?
- What do you do to help you concentrate?
- Is it difficult for you to stay focused on something?
- When do you need to be focused?
- Definition: Getting distracted quickly and losing focus.
- Example Sentence: “I get easily distracted by my mobile when I’m trying to focus on my work.”
- Definition: Often delaying doing something that has to be done.
- Example Sentence: “I often procrastinate and leave my work till the last second.”
For Sustained Periods of Time:
- Definition: Constantly for a long time.
- Example Sentence: “I find it difficult to study for sustained periods of time.”
Repetitive Mundane Tasks:
- Definition: Boring tasks done again and again.
- Example Sentence: “I find it difficult to do repetitive mundane tasks for sustained periods of time without getting distracted.”
- Definition: To stay interested.
- Example Sentence: “At school, I found it difficult to stay engaged in math class.”
- Do you like eating ice-cream?
- Did you eat ice-cream when you were a child?
- Are there any shops selling ice-cream near the place where you live?
- Can you make ice-cream by yourself?
Ice Cream Vocabulary:
I’m Not Really Into:
- Definition: Not really liking something.
- Example Sentence: “I’m not really into eating desserts.”
I’m a Big Fan Of:
- Definition: Really liking something.
- Example Sentence: “I’m a big fan of eating ice cream when I binge on Netflix series.”
I Try to Avoid:
- Definition: Trying not to do something.
- Example Sentence: “I try to avoid too much sugar in my diet.”
- Definition: Liking sweet things.
- Example Sentence: “I’ve got a sweet tooth and enjoy all flavors of ice cream.”
To Be Able to Live Without:
- Definition: Not needing something in your life.
- Example Sentence: “Overall, I don’t have a sweet tooth and could live without eating ice cream.”