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

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

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

 - Part 2
Describe a crop you familiar with
You should say:
what crop it is
when and where it is grown
what you like or dislike about it
and explain why this is important for your country.

- Part 3

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- Part 2
Describe a traditional product in your country.
You should say:
what the product is
when you tried this product for the first time
what it is made of
and explain how you feel about it.

- Part 3
What are the traditional products in your country?
Why are traditional products important?
Do you think tradition is important for a country?
Why is it important for children to learn about traditional products?


- Part 2
Describe an important river/lake in your country.
You should say:
where it is located
how big/long it is
what it looks like
and explain why it is important.

- Part 3
Do you think rivers/lakes attract tourists?
How can rivers/lakes benefit local people?
Are rivers/lakes suitable for transport? Why?
How do rivers/lakes affect local tourism?


- Part 2
Describe a positive change that you made in your life.
You should say:
what it is
why you did it
who you did it with
and explain how you feel about the change.

- Part 3
What are the disadvantages when people keep making changes?
Is it easier for young people to change?
Is it easy for older people to change?
How can people change their daily routine if they want to?


- Part 2
Describe something that surprised you.
You should say:
what it is
how you found out about it
what you did
and explain whether it made you happy.

- Part 3
How can people be happy?
How do people express happiness in your culture?
Do you think happiness has any effect on people? How?
Is it good for people to be unhappy? Why?


- Part 2
Describe an invention that has positively changed the world.

You should say:
what it is
what benefits it has brought
how it influences people of different ages
and explain how you feel about it.

- Part 3
What household appliances make people lazy?
What is the most helpful innovation at home?
What kind of invention can be used at school?
Do you think artificial intelligence will replace human teachers? Why?


- Part 2
Describe something you do that can help you concentrate on work/study.
You should say:
what it is
how it helps you concentrate
when you do it
and explain how you feel about it.

- Part 3
Do you think technology will harm children’s ability to concentrate?
Why is it more difficult for children to concentrate nowadays than in the past?
What kinds of jobs require high concentration at work?
Can exercise help people improve concentration?


- Part 2
Describe an occasion that you lost something.
You should say:
what you lost
when and where you lost it
what you did to find it
and explain how you felt about it.

- Part 3
What do people often do when losing things?
What kinds of things do people usually lose?
Is it an effective way to use rewards to find lost things?
What kinds of people may lose things often?


- Part 2
Describe an important event you celebrated.
You should say:
what it was
where it happened
why it was important
how people felt about it.

- Part 3
What kinds of events do people usually celebrate?
Do you like to celebrate important events? Why?
Do people often celebrate events with a large group of people or just a few people?
Do people often celebrate festivals with families?


- Part 2
Describe an interesting neighbor.
You should say:
who this person is
how you know this person
what he or she does
and explain why you think this person is intelligent.

- Part 3
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- Part 2
Describe a contest you would like to participate in.
You should say:
what the contest is about
where the contest will take place
when it will be held
and explain why you would like to participate in it.

- Part 3
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- Part 2
Describe a time when you were caught in a traffic jam.
You should say:
when it happened
where it happened
how you passed the time while waiting
and explain how you felt when you were in that traffic jam.

- Part 3
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- Part 2
Describe an electronic machine you want to buy
You should say:
what it is
how you know about this machine
what specific features you want from it
and explain why you want to buy this machine.

- Part 3
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- Part 2
Describe a popular/well-known person in your country.
You should say:
who this person is
what he/she has done
why he/she is popular
and explain how you feel about this person.

- Part 3
What kinds of people are popular at work?
Are bosses more popular than employees at work?
Which one is more important, keeping a good relationship with colleagues or doing well at work?
What are the benefits for a child to be popular at school?


- Part 2
Describe a time you helped a child.
You should say:
when it was
how you helped him/her
why you help him/her
and how you felt about it.

- Part 3
Do people often help kids? How?
Why is it necessary to do volunteer services?
What can schools do to develop students’ awareness of volunteering?
Who benefits more from the volunteer services: the volunteers or the people who got help?


- Part 2
Describe a special day out that cost you little money/did not cost you much.
You should say:
when the day was
where you went
how much you spend
and explain how you felt about the day.

- Part 3
Do people like to spend their leisure time out in your country?
How do people spend their leisure time in your country?
How does technology affect the way people spend their leisure time?
Do you think only old people have time for leisure?


- Part 2
Being busy

- Part 2
A healthy activity

- Part 2
A quiet place

- Part 2
A day out that didn’t cost a lot

- Part 2
Something you do to save time

- Part 2
A family member you want to work with

- Part 2
A hard decision

- Part 2
Advice you got about work


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- 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 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 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 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 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 long walk you ever had.
You should say:
When this happened
Where you walked
Who you were with
And explain how you felt about this walk

- Part 3
What outdoor activities do people like?
What are the differences between the outdoor activities children did in the past and now?
Is leisure important to everyone? why?
Do women have more leisure than men?


- 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 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 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 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 3
What do people do on social media?
What are the benefits and drawbacks of social media?
What kinds of thing are popular on social media?
What social networking websites are popular?


- Part 2
Describe an item of clothing that someone gave you.
You should say:
what the clothing was
who gave it to you
when you got it
and explain why this person gave you the clothing.

- Part 3
Have you ever given clothes to others?
Why do people dress casually in everyday life but dress formally at work?
What are the advantages and disadvantages of wearing uniforms at work and school?
Why do people in different countries dress differently?


- 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 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 skill that was hard to learn ( a skill you leant from older people)
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 person who contributes to the society.
You should say:
Who this person is
How you knew him/her
What type of work he/she does
And explain why you think he/she contributes to the society

- Part 3
Do people nowadays help others more than in the past?
Who should teach children to help others? Parents or teachers?
In what kind of professions do people help others more?
Why are some people willing to help others?


- 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
How do friends communicate with each other?
What’s the difference between having a conversation with a man and having a conversation with a woman?
Do you think women like to chat more than men?
When men chat with other men do they usually talk about the same things that women do when they chat with other women?
What is the difference between chatting and gossiping?
Who do you prefer chatting with – your parents or your friends?
Do most people have just a small number of friends, or many friends?
How do most people make new friends in your country?


- Part 2
Describe an ambition you have not yet achieved
You should say:
what your ambition is
when you first had this ambition
how you plan to achieve it
and explain why you have not achieved it yet

- Part 3
What ambitions do people usually have?
What do people usually feel when they can’t achieve their goals?
How do people balance life and work?


- Part 2
Describe a toy you liked in your childhood
You should say
What the toy was
Who gave it to you
How you used this
and explain how you felt when you got this toy

- Part 3
Do you think that advertising that targets children should be banned?
How do ads influence children?
What toys are popular with boys and girls in your country now?
How do companies make children buy their toys?
Do some parents spend too much money on toys?


- Part 2
Describe a person you met once and want to know more about.
You should say:
who this person is
when you met him/her
how you met him/her
and explain why you want to know more about this person.

- Part 3
How and where do people in your country make friends?
What places are popular for meeting friends in your country?
Is it important to have the same interests and hobbies when making friends?
Do people in your country like making new friends?
Do you think old friends are important to the old generation or to the young generation?
Which is more important: to keep old friendship or make new friends?


- 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 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 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 a house or an apartment you’d like to live in
Describe a house or an apartment you would like to live in.
You should say:
What it is like
Where it would be
Why you would like to live in this house/apartment
And how you feel about this house/apartment

- Part 3
Do people in your country buy or rent their houses?
Do most people in your country live in flats or houses?
What are the benefits of living in a house?
Is the design of a house important?


- 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.

- 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 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?


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