In the IELTS speaking test Part 2, You will be given exactly one minute to get ready and make some notes to talk about a particular topic and this topic is called speaking cue cards or candidate task card. The instructions to guide your talk are written on a card given to you by the examiner. Your talk should last for approximately 2 minutes until the examiner asks you to stop. The examiner will ask one or two questions at the end. The cue card/ candidate task card issue lasts for 3-4 minutes -- (including preparation time of 1 minute).
See example >> IELTS Cue Card
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IELTS Speaking Cue Cards with possible answers for preparation
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