In IELTS Speaking Test Part 2, you have to speak for 3-4 minutes by yourself, without stopping, on a topic the examiner will give you. You have one minute to get ready and make some notes. Write some notes on the paper the examiner will give you. When the preparation time is up, or if you are ready earlier, start talking. You should talk for between 2 and 3 minutes. Use the timers and clocks in the sidebar on the right to time yourself. This part also known as Cue Card section of IELTS Speaking Test.
Part 2: Individual Long Turn (Cue Card)Now I'm going to give you a topic and I'd like you to talk about it for one or two minutes. Before you talk, you will have one minute to think about what you will say. You can make some notes. Here is a paper and pencil for you to make some notes if you wish, and here is your topic.
[... The questions in the exam may be different! But these are important questions for you ...]
- Describe a teacher who has influenced you. Say where you met them, what subjects they taught, why they were special and how they influenced you.
- Describe a family member who has influenced you. Say how long you have known them them, why they were special, how they differ from the other family members, and how they influenced you.
- Describe a story, book, or movie that had a big impact on you. Describe what it was about, what effect it had and why it was so powerful.
- Describe a place you visited that had a big impact on you. Say when you went and how long you stayed.
- Describe the impact the place had on you and why.
- Describe an event in your life that had a big impact on you. Say when it happened and what the circumstances were. Describe how it affected you and why.
- Describe a friend in your life that had a big impact on you. Say how long you have known him or her and how he or she affected you.
- Describe a person you would most like to meet. Describe this person and state why you would most like to meet him or her. What effect would the meeting have on you? What would you say.
- Describe a time in your life that was difficult. What was the problem? What were some of the things that helped you to overcome this problem? What did you learn from this experience, and what advice would you give others.
- Describe a time in your life when you helped someone else with a problem. What was the problem? How did you help the other person? What did you learn from this experience, and what advice would you give others? Would you help in the same way?
- Talk about a child that you know. Please include the following points in your speech: Describe your relationship with that child. Explain what he/she looks like. How do you feel about that child? Discuss why you choose to talk about this child.
- Talk about the thing that you wanted and you had to wait and save money to purchase. Please say; What was it? When did you buy it? Why was it important to you?
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