The examiner will ask you questions about yourself, such as:
Let’s talk about where you live now.
Do you live near here?
Do you live in a house or an apartment?
How long have you lived there?
Do you like where you are living now? Why/Why not?
Describe a sports match which you saw and which you found enjoyable.
You should say:
what the sport was
who was playing in this game
where you watched it
and explain why you enjoyed watching the match so much.
Once your talk in Part 2 is over, your examiner will ask you further questions related to the topic in Part 2. The examiner may ask you to speak about these points.
Now let’s talk about holidays.
How often do you get holiday from work/college?
Do you usually stay at home when you have a holiday, or do you go somewhere? Why/Why not?
What did you do the last time you had a holiday?
Do you wish you had more holidays? Why/Why not?
Do you often watch sport?
Do you do a lot of sport?
Consider these questions, and then answer them.
Let’s talk about young people doing sports.
What sports do most young people in your country enjoy doing?
What are the main benefits for young people of learning to play different sports?
Can you suggest some ways to encourage young people to play more sport? Now let’s talk about sports on TV.
What kinds of sport do people in your country most often watch on TV? Why? What do you think are the disadvantages of having a lot of coverage of sports on TV?
How do you think the broadcasting of sports on TV will change in the next 20 years?
Now let’s consider international sports competitions.
Why do you think international sports competitions (like the Football World Cup) are so popular?
What are the advantages and disadvantages to a country when it hosts a major international sports competition?
What should governments invest more in: helping their top sports people to win international competitions, or in promoting sport for everyone? Why?.