IELTS Practice Test Volume 2 Speaking Practice Test 2
Why don't we talk about the nightlife in your hometown?
Does your hometown have an interesting nightlife? Why (not)?
Have you sometime been involved in this nightlife? In what way?
Are there any dangers associated with this nightlife?
Let's move on to talk about shopping for groceries.
How often do you shop for food and groceries? Why?
Do you prefer supermarkets, markets, or small shops? Why?
What do you think of the quality and cost of the goods?
Let's talk about rivers.
Have you spent much time near rivers? Why (not)?
Do you like rivers? Why (not)?
Is the river/stream/creek in your hometown nice? In what way?
How could that place be improved?
Describle a time when you lost something important.
You should talk about:
- where and when this happened
- how you lost this item
- how you reacted afterwards
and your feelings about this event now.
Do you think it is easier to lose things these days?
What systems can people use to ensure they don't lose things?
What objects can help in organising and planning people's time?
Do you feel life is becoming too complicated for most people?
Finding Enough Time
Do you think there is enough time to properly do things?
What are the bad effects of not having enough time?
Is lack of time a problem in your society (e.g. at work or at home)?
How can we make more time to do things?
Technology and Time
How does technology help save time?
Do you think some technology only wastes time? What? In what way?
Is social networking technology (e.g. Facebook and Twitter) an effective use of time?
How do you think this technology will develop in the future?