IELTS Speaking Part 2-3: Новые вопросы, темы и топики - Январь-Май 2022

IELTS Speaking Part 2-3: Новые вопросы, темы и топики - Январь-Май 2022

IELTS Speaking Part 2-3: Новые вопросы, темы и топики - Январь-Май 2022

- Part 2
Describe a course that impressed you
You should say:
what the course was about
where you took the course
what you learn from this course
and explain why it impressed you a lot.

- Part 3
Remembering things
What do you think of people who use calendars to remind them of things?
What kinds of people are more forgetful?
Do people like things of memorial significance?
Which is better for keeping childhood memories: photos or videos?
Do you think that keeping a diary can lead to creating false memories?
Why do people remember very little about things which happen to them in early childhood?
What childhood memories do people usually have?
Can technology help people remember past events?


- Part 2
Describe a gift you would like to buy for your friend.
You should say:
what gift you would like to buy
who you would like to give it to
why you would like to buy a gift for your friend
and explain why you choose that gift.

- Part 3
When do people usually send gifts to others?
Do people give gifts at traditional festivals?
Is it hard to choose a gift?
Is the price of a gift important?
Will people feel happy when receiving an expensive gift?
Is it better to give practical gifts?
Is gift-giving important to the economy of a country?
Why do companies give free gifts to people?
Is it better to give something which is self-made or smth bought in stores?


- Part 2
Describe a happy event you organized.
You should say:
what the event was
when you had it
who helped you to organize it
and explain how you feel about it.

- Part 3
Organising things
How can parents help children to become organized?
What factors should people consider while organising events?
On what occasions are people organized?
What are the occasions people have parties for?
What public events are celebrated in your area, and what do you think about them?


- Part 2
Describe a time you visited a new place.
You should say:
where it is
when you went there
why you went there
and explain how you feel about the place.

- Part 3
Which one do you prefer, living in a city or only visiting it as a tourist?
How do children react when they go to a new school for the first time?
How do young and older adults react differently to new things?
Why do some people want to go to college away from home?


- Part 2
Describe something you received for free.
You should say:
what it was
who you received it from
where you received it
and explain how you felt about it

- Part 3
Do you think people should pay for higher education? Why?
Is it good or bad for people to have a free education in the future?
What gifts/free things do companies usually give to their customers?
Why do companies give free things?
Why do customers like to receive gifts from companies?


- Part 2
Describe something that was broken in your home and then repaired.
You should say:
what it is
how it was broken
how you got it repaired
and explain how you felt about it.

- Part 3
Are IT-related jobs valued more by society?
Is the quality of products worse than before?
What kinds of things do people like to repair by themselves?
Why do people like to get their mobile phones repaired in specialized stores?


- Part 2
Describe a place in the countryside that you visited.
You should say:
where it is
when you visited this place
what you did there
and explain how you feel about this place

- Part 3
Do you think more people will live in the countryside in the future?
Is it possible that all the population will move to the cities?
Is there anything special about the countryside in your country?
Why do people like to go to the countryside?
What do people usually do when going to the countryside?
Do you think young people who live in the country want to move to a city?


- Part 2
Describe a rule that you do not like.
You should say:
what it is
why you do not like it
how others feel about the rule
and explain whether you have followed the rule.

- Part 3
What are the rules students should follow at school?
Are the rules at school good or bad? Why?
What can teachers do to make students obey the rules?
Should students be involved in making school rules?
What rules are there in the workplace?
What rules should children follow at home?
What rules do families usually have?
Why do some people refuse to follow the rules?
How are people punished when they park their car in the wrong place?


- Part 2
Describe a story you remember someone told you.
You should say:
what the story was about
who told you this story
why you remember it
and how you feel about it.

- Part 3
Why do children like stories?
What kind of stories do children like?
What can a child learn from a story?
Do young children like the same stories as older children?
How do people tell stories to children?
How has technology changed storytelling?


- Part 2
Describe a city that you think is very interesting.
You should say:
where it is
what the city is famous for
why it is interesting
and explain how you feel about it.

- Part 3
Why do some young people like to live in cities?
Do most older adults live in the city or the countryside?
Is it good for the elderly to live in cities?
Do you think young people who live in the country want to move to a city?
Do you think well-developed tourism will have negative effects on local people/communities?
What advantages can tourism bring to a city?


- Part 2
Describe someone you like to spend time with.
You should say:
who this person is
how you know this person
what you usually do together
and explain why you like to spend time with this person.

OR
Describe one of your family members you spend the most time with
You should say:
Who this person is
When you are usually together
What you do together
And explain why you spend most time with this member of your family

- Part 3
Leisure
Who has more leisure/free time: men or women?
Do people have more free time now than in the past?
What’s the difference in the way people spend their free time now and 20-30 years ago?
What do people in your country do in their spare time?
Is leisure time important for everyone?
What types of outdoor activities are popular in your country?

Do people have time for themselves nowadays?
What kinds of people are easy to get along with?
How do leaders get along with their subordinates?


- Part 2
Describe an interesting conversation you had with your friend.
You should say:
who you spoke with
where you were
what the conversation was about
and explain why you think it was interesting.

- Part 3
When do children begin to have their own ideas?
Do children have strong opinions?
Do children like to change their opinions?
How can teachers help children develop their own ideas?
Do you think children have the ideas similar to their parents’?
In what industries do you think communication is a necessary skill?
What jobs need employees to be talkative?


- Part 2
Describe a thing you did to learn another language.
You should say:
what language you learned
what you did
how it helped you learn the language
and how you felt about it.

- Part 3
What are the difficulties of learning a new language?
What difficulties do people face when learning a language?
Do you think language learning is important? Why?
What's the best way to learn a language?
What can people do to learn a language?
Which is better, to study alone or to study in a group? Why?
Is making foreign friends the best way to learn a language?
Is travelling a good idea?


- Part 2
Describe an interesting song.
You should say:
what the song is
what story does the song tell
whether the music is popular
and explain why you think it is interesting.

- Part 3
What kinds of music do young people like?
What kinds of music is popular in your country?
What kinds of people like traditional music?
Why are some music competitions popular in your country?
What are the differences between live concerts and online concerts?
Why do people spend a lot of money on concerts?
Are music concerts suitable for older people?
Why do some people prefer to listen to live music and others listen to CDs?


- Part 2
Describe a special cake you received from others (OR a special cake you liked)
You should say:
When it happened
Where it happened
Who you got the cake from
And explain why it was special

- Part 3
Is there any food in your country eaten at special times or on special occasions?
What are the differences between special food in your country and other countries?
Why are some people willing to spend a lot of money on meals on special days?
Is it important to have a meal together with your family?
Do you think it's good to communicate when eating with your family?
Do people care about where products are from?
Are people fully responsible for what they eat?
Is it important for people to learn about foreign foods?

- Part 2
Describe a difficult thing you did.
You should say:
what it was
how you do it
why it wasn't easy
and how you felt about doing it.

- Part 3
What is the key to overcoming difficulties?
What challenges do young people face today?
What kinds of jobs require people to be confident?
How can parents encourage kids to do difficult things?
How do you help children stay focused?
Is it necessary for kids to deal with challenges?

- Part 2
Describe something you cannot live without (not a computer/phone).
You should say:
what it is
what you do with it
how it helps you in your life
and explain why you can’t live without it.

Part 3
Is keeping old things in a family a good way to connect with the past?
Which are better: good things or new ones?
Why are children attracted to new things (such as electronics)?
Why do some grown-ups hate to throw out old items (such as clothes)?
What makes people buy new things?
How do shops attract customers?
Has the way of shopping changed?

- Part 2
Describe a person you follow on social media
You should say
Who he or she is
How do you know him/her
What she/he posts on social media
And explain why you follow him/her on social media

- Part 2
Describe clothes you got as a gift

- Part 2
Describe a person who contributes to society

- Part 2
Describe a house or an apartment you’d like to live in

- Part 2
Describe a person you met once and want to know more about

- Part 2
Describe a toy

TO BE CONTINUED


OLD TOPICS WHICH STAYED from last year

- Part 2
Describe something you did which was difficult, but successful
You should say:
What you did
How you did it
How hard it was
And explain why it was successful

- Part 3
Challenges
Is it necessary for kids to deal with challenges?
What’s the most challenging thing for children?
How can parents encourage kids to do difficult things?
What kind of jobs require people to be confident?
What is the key to overcoming difficulties?
How can we help children to stay focused?
On what occasions should children be encouraged?


- Part 2
Describe a time when you gave advice to someone
You should say
who you gave the advice to
what advice you gave
why this person needed your advice
And say  how you felt about the advice

- Part 3
What kind of advice do parents give to their children?
How do experts give advice to others? (e.g a doctor gives advice to patients)
What advice do parents give to teenagers about making friends?
Whose advice is more helpful? Parents’ or friends’? From older people or younger?
What problems can people have if they ask many people for advice?
Who is the most suitable person to give advice?
What qualities does a good adviser need to have?
Is it ok if the professional advice costs a lot?
Why do some professional advisors charge so much?
In what situations can old people ask younger people for advice?
Why don’t some people accept the advice from the elderly?


- Part 2
Describe a famous person that you are interested in
You should say
Who this person is
How you know about this person
How this person became famous
And explain why you like this person

- Part 3
What are the advantages and disadvantages of being a celebrity?
What qualities do famous people have?

Do celebrities need to have real talents?
What type of people are famous in your country?

How do people become famous nowadays?

What is the difference between people who were famous earlier (10 years ago) and who are famous now?
Do famous people have a negative effect on ordinary people?


- Part 2
Describe a person who impressed you most when you were in primary school
You should say:
Who he/she is
How you knew him/her
Why he/she impressed you most
And explain how you feel about him/her

- Part 3
What kinds of primary teachers impress students?
Is it true that modern society has much to learn from the past?
Why do people remember friends from their primary school?
Do people stay in touch with their school friends?
What can people learn from their mistakes?
Do you agree people learn a lot from their mistakes?
Do you agree that mistakes can help people achieve success?
Should teachers make their lessons fun?
Are kids happier than adults?
Why do people miss their childhood?


- Part 2
Describe something you did which was a waste of time
You should say:
what the thing was
when you did it
how you did it
and explain why it was a waste of time.

- Part 3
How can we avoid wasting time?
Why do people say there aren’t enough hours in a day?
Do you think that not having enough time is a feature of modern life?
Which things make people stressed in everyday life?
Can a small amount of stress be beneficial for a person?
How important is it to have daily routine?
Do people have wrong priorities now?
Do people now have a better work-life balance than in the past?
How to people balance work and life?
Do social media increase the pressure on people?
What things make people feel under pressure?
Do you think that pressures of modern life will be even stronger in the future?
Does the technology help to improve work-life balance?


- Part 2
Describe a famous athlete you know.
You should say:
Who he or she is
How you know him or her
What he or she has achieved
Why he or she is famous

- Part 3
What kinds of sport are popular in your country?
What outdoor sports are popular now?
What else can people do to keep fit apart from sports?
What activities can schools organise for children to keep fit?
What do older people in your country do to keep fit?
Getting up early


- Part 2
Describe a time when you got up (extremely) early in the morning
You should say
when it happened
why you got up early
who you were with
and explain how you felt about getting up early

- Part 3
Why do people get up early?
Is it easy to get up early?
Who usually gets up early: young or elderly people?
Do you know anyone who gets up early?
On what occasions should people get up early early?
Do young people in your country stay up late? Why?
Why do people like to stay up late?
In what kinds of situations should people arrive early?
When do you think people should arrive on time?
Why do people need to be on time?
Do you think if it is important to be punctual?


A clever solution
- Part 2
Describe a person who offered a clever solution to a problem
You should say:
when it was
what the situation was
who suggested the solution
and say why you think it was a clever solution.

- Part 3
Are people born clever or do they need to learn to be clever?
Why are some children more intelligent than others?
Is the intelligence of a person important?
How do people assess someone’s intelligence? (e.g., tests?)
Is there anything that intelligent people find difficult to do?
Do you think smart people tend to be selfish?
Are smart people happy?


A business person
- Part 2
Describe a businessman you admire
You should say:
who this person is
how you knew this person
what business the person does
and explain why you admire the businessman.

- Part 3
What do you think are the key factors that contribute to the success of a business?
What kinds of qualities do people need to run their own business?
What skills are important for success in business?
What kinds of businesses are popular in your country?
Will the businessman continue to work hard after he has succeeded?
Why do some people set up their own business?
What are the differences between being a boss and working for others?
Is it better to have your own business than work for a boss?


- Part 2
Describe an exciting book that you enjoy reading
You should say:
when you read it
what type of book it is
what it is about
and explain why you think it is exciting.

- Part 3
Do you think reading is important?
Do people read more these days?
What kinds of books are most popular in your country?
Do most people prefer books or movies?
Is it important to read a book before watching the movie?
Do boys and girls like the same books?
What's the difference between reading habits of young and old people?


A cafe
- Part 2
Describe a cafe you like to visit
You should say:
where it is
what kinds of food and drinks it serves
what you do there
and explain why you like to go there.

- Part 3
What kind of people would like to go to a café?
Do people in your country like to drink coffee?
Why do young people like studying in a café instead of at home?
Do old people like to drink coffee? Why?


Being friendly
- Part 2
Describe a time you were friendly to someone you didn't like
You should say:
when and where it happened
who he/she was
why you did not like this person
and explain why you were friendly to him/her on that occasion.

- Part 3
What kinds of people are usually friendly?
Why are people friendly with the person they do not like?
What are the differences between being friendly and being polite?
What do you think of straightforward people?


- Part 2
Describe an occasion when you received good service from a company or a shop.
You should say:
who provided this service
what service it was
when you received this service
and explain how you felt about it.

- Part 3
Why should companies react quickly when customers have difficulties?
When does good service play an importnat role?
Can robots sometimes provide better customer service than people?
Are customers' expectations too high?
Why don't some companies provide good service?
How can a company maintain the quality of their service?
How can companies improve customer service?
What do people do when they get bad service?
Why do some people choose to be silent when they receive bad service?
Is service better in large or small shops?


- Part 2
Describe a difficult decision you made.
You should say:
what decision it was
what difficulties you faced
how you made the decision
and explain why it was a difficult decision.

- Part 3
What typical decisions do people usually make?
What problems can people face when they ask many different people for advice?
Why don't many young people accept advice from older people?
Which is easier, making a decision by oneself or making a decision after a group discussion?
Why do middle-aged people tend to second-guess their decisions?


- Part 2
Describe a bike / motorbike / car trip you would like to have.
You should say:
where you would like to go
how you would like to go there
who you would like to go with
and explain why you would like to go there by bike/ motorbike or car.

- Part 3
Do you think air pollution comes mostly from cars?
Do people need to change the way of transportation to protect the environment?
Which mode of transport is more popular in your country: a bicycle or a car?


- Part 2
Describe a foreign person who you have heard or known that you think is interesting
You should say:
who the person is
how you knew him/her
what kind of person he/she is
and explain why you think he/she is interesting.

- Part 3
Is it good to have any foreign friends?
Do you think having foreign friends is a good way to know other countries?
Is important to know the culture and language before going to another country?
What do you think of people who work in international companies?
What abilities do people need to have when working in an international company?


- Part 2
Describe a time when you waited for something special that would happen
You should say:
what you waited for
where you waited
why it was special
and explain how you felt when you were waiting.

- Part 3
On what occasions do people need to wait?
Who behaves better when waiting for someone, children or adults?
Compared with the past, do people today lack patience? Why?
What are the positive and negative effects of waiting on our society?


- Part 2
Describe a place you visited on vacation
You should say:
where it is
when you went there
what you did there
and explain why you went there.

- Part 3
What are popular attractions that people like to visit in your country?
Do old people and young people like to go to different places for vacation?
What do old people and young people think about when making travel plans?
How do people get to know about new places?


- Part 2
Describe a creative person whose work you admire
You should say:
who he/she is
how you knew him/her
what creative things he/she has done
and explain why you think he/she is creative.

- Part 3
Is it good for children to learn arts?
Do you think art can make people more creative?
What can schools do to help children be more creative?
What kind of jobs require people to be creative?
Do you think leaders need to have the creative ability?
Do you think people are more creative now than they used to be?


- Part 2
Describe a situation when you paid more than expected.
You should say:
what you bought
why you bought it
where you bought it
and explain why you paid more

- Part 3
What things do people like to buy in your country?
What kinds of expensive things do people like to buy in your country?
Do people buy many things they don't need?
Why do young people tend to waste money?
Why do some young people buy expensive things?
Why do people like to buy expensive things?
Do people in your country like to save money?
How can people save money? What's the best way to save money?


- Part 2
Describe a habit your friend has which you want to develop
You should say
who your friend is
what habit he/she has
when you noticed this habit
And say why you want to develop this habit

- Part 3
What habits should children have?
What should parents do to teach their children good habits?
What influences do children with bad habits have on other children?
Why do some habits change when people get older?


- Part 2
Describe a skill that was hard to learn.
You should say:
-what skill it was
-why you had to learn it
how you did it
and explain why it was hard for you

- Part 3
At what age is it hard for people to master new skills?
Is it hard for old people to learn new skills? why?
What's the difference between the ways children and adults learn things ?


- Part 2
Describe a family member that made you feel proud
You should say:
what skill it was
why you had to learn it
how you did it
and explain why it was hard for you

- Part 3
Should parents reward their children when they help others?
Are sweets good to reward children?
What rewards do children want to get?
How can parents reward their children?
Is it good or bad that people feel proud of their possessions?


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