IELTS speaking – Part III

در قسمت سوم که حالت بحث آزاد داشته و ممتحن شاید صحبت شما را قطع کند تا سوال دیگری بپرسد، سوالات سخت ­تر یکی پس از دیگری از شما پرسیده شده و زمانی برای فکر کردن در مورد جواب به شما داده نمی­شود. سوالات می­توانند مرتبط با موضوع کیوکارت بوده یا به موضوعات دیگری بپردزاند. برای مثال اگر موضوع کیوکارت «شخصی را توصیف کنید که به محیط زیست اهمیت می­دهد» باشد آنگاه سوالات احتمالی قسمت سوم می­توانند به این صورت باشند:

نمونه­ هایی از سوالات قسمت سوم با طبقه بندی موضوعی:

Money 

  1. Do you think you are financially intelligent?
  2. Is money-making the first aim in your life?
  3. Are you ok with lending money to your friends or family members?
  4. if you need something but don’t have enough money, what do you do?
  5. Do you think children should have some education on ‘financial literacy’?
  6. Do you agree with this statement: “Money can’t buy happiness.”
  7. What dangers do you think the widening gap between rich and poor can pose to the society?
  8. Do you think that parents should give their children an allowance (pocket money)?
  9. What jobs in your country can earn a lot of money?
  10. Do you think giving money to poor people will prevent you from getting rich?
  11. What lessons about money have you learned from your parents?
  12. Do you think having more children nowadays is a barrier to becoming rich?
  13. ‘There is nothing wrong with children working.’ Do you agree with this?
Personality 
  1. Which three adjectives would you choose to describe yourself?
  2. Do you enjoy meeting new people?
  3. In which ways are you similar to your friends?
  4. Mention three characteristics that you wish you had.
  5. How do you think the personalities of men and women vary?
  6. Do you think job seekers’ personality features should be important for the companies?
  7. Do you think being an optimist can help you become more successful?
  8. What character trait of yours would you change if you had the chance to do so?
  9. How is your personality different from what it was when you were younger?
  10. Do you think birth order makes a difference in your personality?
  11. What things make you sad or depressed? 
  12. Do you care about what other people think of you?
  13. Do you think personality tests can tell you anything about your personality that you yourself didn’t know about?
  14. Should a couple necessarily have the same personality features to be happy living with each other?

Crime 

  1. What do you think the most common crime in your country is?
  2. Do you think that young criminals (under 18) should be punished?
  3. Do you think death penalty can reduce crime?
  4. Is there any area in your city that you are afraid to go to?
  5. Do you like being a police officer in your country?
  6. Do people in your country obey the law all the time?
  7. Do you think that video games encourage young people to become violent or commit crimes?
  8. Do you ever download any file (e.g., music, book) from the internet without paying? Is it a crime?
  9. Is there any illegal behavior in your country that you think should be legal?
  10. Has the crime rate in your country increased or decreased in recent years? Why/why not?
  11. If a person steals a loaf of bread because he needs to feed his starving family, should he be punished?
  12. Do you think there will be more crimes in the future?

 

Fashion 

  1. What kind of clothes do you prefer to wear?
  2. As for clothes shopping, is the brand more important for you or the quality?
  3. What’s your idea about wearing uniforms by some workers or students?
  4. Is it a good idea to follow foreign fashion trends?
  5. What do you think of those young men who dye their hair?
  6. Which one is more important in the workplace: smart clothes or high-quality work?
  7. Some people believe that fashion products cost too much. What is your opinion?
  8. Why do some people like to wear fashionable clothes?
  9. What factors make fashion change?
  10. Do you think it is important for a country to have some traditional clothes?
  11. What are the evils of fashion to avoid?
  12. Why do you think women seem to be more interested than men in fashion?

Travel 

  1. Tell me about the features of an awesome travel companion.
  2. Do you think money spent on travel is wasted?
  3. Have you had any bad travel experiences?
  4. Would you say your country is a good place for travelers to visit?
  5. Do you prefer traveling alone or in tour groups? Why?
  6. What are the five things that you always take with you on all trips?
  7. What are some of the negative effects of a dramatic increase in the number of tourists?
  8. Should you necessarily know the language of the country you go to? Why?
  9. If you had a free ticket to wherever you wanted, what would your choice be?
  10. Will you try to learn something about the culture of the country you are going to visit?

 

Jobs 

  1. What job would you like to have in future? Or what do you like and dislike about your job?
  2. Do you like to have just one job in your whole life or have the chance to change jobs?
  3. Is it easy in your country to find a job related to your academic qualifications?
  4. Do you agree that some jobs are still more suited to either men or women?
  5. Do you think schools provide enough advice and support to students about their future careers?
  6. Which jobs would you say are most respected in your country?
  7. Do you think more people will work from home in the future?
  8. Can you think of any disadvantages of working from home?
  9. If you had to choose between a satisfying job and a well-paid one, which one would you choose?
  10. What is the worst job you can think of?
  11. What feature do you think one should have to be a successful entrepreneur?
  12. Some people say it’s better to work for yourself than be employed by a company. What’s your view?

Health

  1. Do you have any unhealthy habits?
  2. Why are junk foods so popular while being unhealthy?
  3. What things do you do and what things you avoid to stay healthy?
  4. Do you think people pay enough attention to their health today?
  5. Do women pay more attention to their health than men?
  6. What do you do to get rid of stress?
  7. Do you have a good public health system in your country?
  8. Which one do you think is more important: eating healthily or doing exercise?
  9. Why do you think many people nowadays don’t get enough exercise?
  10. How can the government promote a healthy lifestyle among the citizens?
  11. Do you think more about your health now than when you were younger?
  12. What are the most popular ways of keeping healthy in your country?
  13. Would you say modern science and technology has more of a positive or a negative influence on people’s health?

Social media 

  1. Do you spend too much time on social media?
  2. What do you like most about being a user of social media?
  3. What is the most popular social media platform in your country? Why?
  4. Is it possible to find reliable friends through social media?
  5. Some say that: “At the age of communications, people feel lonelier.” Do you agree?
  6. Why do some people choose not to use social media?
  7. What kind of information about yourself do you share on social media?
  8. At what age are children are generally allowed to use social media in your country?
  9. Can you name some of the dangers or disadvantages of social media use?
  10. How would your life be different without social media?
  11. How much is the issue of ‘privacy’ important for you personally?
  12. Do you think teenagers’ activities on social networking sites should be supervised by parents? How? Why?
  13. Do you think social media will further grow in popularity in future or people will use them less?

Learning 

  1. Do you think students should work and study at the same time?
  2. Is higher education too expensive in your country?
  3. Are exams a positive or negative aspect of education?
  4. How should students spend their summer vacations, in your opinion?
  5. Do you think that universities are perfectly able to prepare students for the job market?
  6. How are education priorities today different from those in the past?
  7. What are the most important problems of the education system in your country?
  8. Is a good education more important to a boy or a girl? Why?
  9. Do you think school and university prepare young people adequately for real life?
  10. Do researchers in your country get adequate financial support from the government?
  11. Some people argue that end-of-year exams should be replaced by continuous assessment. What do you think?
  12. What suggestions would you give to authorities to improve education?

Environment 

  1. Are you personally worried about climate change? 
  2. What are the most serious environmental problems in your country?
  3. Do you think it is the responsibility of governments alone to protect the environment?
  4. What small steps can individuals take to protect the environment?
  5. What can the governments and people do to help endangered animals?
  6. How can we teach children about the importance of protecting the environment?
  7. What can be done to help reduce the problem of air pollution in cities?
  8. What are the negative effects of global warming?
  9. Should the governments care more about economy or the environment?
  10. Don’t you think that environmental protection is more of a luxury for countries that have more serious problems such as poverty and crime?
  11. How should large companies and business organizations produce more environmentally friendly products?
  12. Do you think older people have as much awareness of environmental problems as the younger generation?

 

IELTS speaking - Part III

IELTS speaking - Part III

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