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IELTS Speaking Test Japan Here is a sample of some speaking questions from an IELTS スピーキングテスト in Japan recently. IELTS スピーキングテスト | Part 1 What is your full name? My name is Asami Takashi Can I see your ID? Yes, here's my identification. Do you work or study? I am a student. What city are you from? I'm from Osaka Where is it located exactly? Osaka is in the Kansai region of Honshu, Japan's main island. It is located on the Yodo River on Osaka Bay, it's the third largest city in Japan. Do you like living there? Yes, I do, I think it's a lovely place. Tell me some interesting facts about it. Okay, well, Osaka is considered to be one of the economic centers of Japan and in the past it was famous as a trading center, especially for rice, and was where the first modern futures market developed. Are there many large cities in your country? Not all of them are large, I think there are ten cities which have more than 1 million people living in them. The three largest ones are Tokyo, then Yokohama, Osaka and Nagoya. These are the largest cities and have more than 2 million people living in them. The other cities are smaller. IELTS スピーキングテスト | Part 2 Describe the thing that you cannot live without (except phone and internet). Please say: • - What is it? - Why can’t you manage without it? - How long have you had it for? - How did you feel when you were without it? • Sample answer: I would have to say my car. Public transport in Japan is not so conevenient and sometimes Page 1 of 82 infrequent so havng a car is the preferred choice for getting around, especially if you have to travel to various places. I use my car mainly to go from my home to university and back. But at the moment I'm also workig as a part-time intern in a local business so I have to go there three afternoons a week as well. Trying to do all that by using public trasport would be almost impossible and would take a lot more time. I've had my car for about two years now, it's a Toyota Prius and I love it. It's very comfortable and well equipped and it's also easy to park and economical to run. I can't imagine having to do all the things I do normally without having my car. But a few months ago there was a problem with it. I noticed a strange noise coming from the front of the car one day. At first I ignored it, but then it gradually became worse and worse. I told my brother about it and he arranged for the car to be inspected by the mechanic. I'm not a very technical person , but apparently there was a problem with the suspension and they had to replace a part. That is the only problem I've ever had with it. The bad news was that they had to order the part specially and I was without my car for about ten days in total. It made my daily activities very difficult, and I didn't really like using the public transport at all. It wasted so much time. I was surprised how quickly I had gotten used to having my car and just how convenient it is. I hope that in the future I don't have any more problems with it. It really is an essential part of my life and I don't want to be without it again. IELTS スピーキングテスト | Part 3 Why do you think teenagers always want to have the latest devices such as the iPhone 5? I think it's quite natural. We live in a world that functions and centers around technology nowadays and having the latest device allows you to make the most of the advances and developments in the market. It's the same as older people like to have the latest model of car or a new apartment. People like to have the best or the latest version of things. It's not just teenagers. Why do they often buy a new one even though they already have one? One reason could be that each new verison normally has more functions or features than the older one and allows the user to do more or access more things. Some people also believe that the newest version of something is always VnDoc - Tải tài liệu, văn pháp luật, biểu mẫu miễn phí IELTS Speaking Sample Part - Introduction Q Good afternoon My name is Kristina Pollock Could I have your name, please? A Good afternoon Madam My name is Joseph Mark and my nickname is Mark Q And your candidate number? A My candidate number is Q Thank you Now could you tell me a little about yourself and where you live? A Well, I'm Joseph Mark and I live at My father's name is He is a Government service holder My mother's name is She is basically a housewife but sometimes she works at our shop I'm 26 and I've finished my graduation from University My major was Mathematics I've got brothers and a younger sister We live like a very happy family and my parents take great care of us I'm doing a part-time job at a local school as a Mathematics teacher I'm planning to complete my M.Sc from any reputed University of the UK My future plan is to teach in a college I spend my leisure time surfing the internet and reading books Sometimes I hang around with my friends on the lake shore The place I live now is really charming and I love to live there It's not noisy and busy like other cities and I have got many friends there I am maintaining a personal blog and there I try to add a post every week This is basically a technology and Math related blog Q What are some of the nicest things about where you live? A The place where I live in is a calm area and is very neat and clean You will find it naturally beautiful and the lakes, gardens, fountain, river, hill and the songs of birds will take your heart away Whenever my friends from other cities come to visit my area, they become awestricken! Our area is indeed a beautiful place to live in The people are very nice and friendly and you would be very pleased with their charming behaviours if you visit there The area is free of pollution as it is not an industrial area and the fresh air would give a soothing feeling The traffic on the road is good most of the time and you won't have to worry about the public transportation as they are available around the clock This area is famous for many historical sites and monuments like ( say some names here ) and many tourists come to visit here every day The tour guides are very nice and are maintained by Government There are many restaurants there and you can pick one of your delicious menus from there and I am VnDoc - Tải tài liệu, văn pháp luật, biểu mẫu miễn phí sure you will never forget the taste! People in our area lead simple yet friendly lives and they make friends easily The crime rate is pretty low and as a small town, we know other members of our area I am sure if you visit our area once, you will simply love it Q Are there any places of special interest I could visit in your home area? A The Gomez River and Roar Hills are two most beautiful places in our area Thousands of tourists each month come to visit our area and these two places are main attractions for the tourists Apart from that, some monuments of famous politicians, poets and renowned persons in the Family Square is one of the main attractions and it is worth visiting The hill hiking, swimming and fishing are three most popular activities among tourists and I would recommend those activities to you You will never get bored there and if you even slightly do, simply get yourself enrolled in the government managed tour plans for a couple of days This would give you a whole new chance to explore hills, rivers, forests and you would find challenges and enthralling experiences from there Lastly, not forget to taste our local foods and fruits Take the chance to visit our area and I am sure you would start recommending your friends after that Q Could you describe some of them for me? A The Gomez River is a long river that passes through our town The water is crystal clear and you can see the fishes, corals and other objects inside it The water is surprisingly warm and when you will look at it, you will be surprised to see all the fishes there It is like a large aquarium The reflection of the sky gives it a heavenly look and many people go there for picnic and fishing there In the evening children and parents play in the fields beside the river and you can find some newly constructed motels and restaurants there Swimming in this river is a popular activity among local people and tourists in the summer season The Roar hill is another beautiful site in our area and it got its names from the roaring echo sound it creates There are several hills there and they are over 300- 500 feet tall The vista, illusionary sound of birds, the natural beauty and fountains give it a painted picture like looks In the evening when the sun starts hiding behind the hills, people look at this out-of-the-world scenery simply in amazement Q What would be the best way for me to get there? A If you have a private car with you, you can drive along the roads and reach there From the city VnDoc - Tải tài liệu, văn pháp luật, biểu mẫu miễn phí ...IELTS Speaking : Sample Answer to Spoken Topics Describe the best present/gift you have received: • Who send it? What is the gift? What is it for? • When did you receive it? • Detail information about the present. Last year, my wife celebrated my birthday at home. She bought an electronic dictionary as birthday gift. I like the electronic dictionary very much. It's blue and quite small. It fits into my pocket. I remember at that time, my wife said to me: "she decided to immigrate to Canada with me. In future, we must study very hard. And she hoped that the electronic dictionary could help me to improve my English."On that day, I was very happy because my wife agreed to immigrate to Canada finally. Also, with the help of the electronic dictionary, I made such rapid progress that before long I began to write articles in English. 1) In China, when will people send the present? Oh, attend the party, such as Wedding Party, Birthday Party. During Spring Festival, people give presents each other, including clothes, books, flowers and foods. 2) Compare the gift which people have received 10 years ago to the present that people now are receiving, what's the difference between them? (try to compare the gift you received in your teenage with the gift children received now) Oh, I think the gift was monotonic before. For example, I often received a notebook as gift. But now, there are various gifts to choose from. Such as flowers, wine, food, clothes etc. 3) Just image the gift in the future children will receive. In the future, I think more and more children will receive intellectual gifts, such as electronic dictionary, notebook computer and so on. 4) Just image the gift in the future people will receive. In the future, oh, in most case, people will give flowers each other. I think flowers will be the most popular present. Building • What is the interesting building in your country? • Where is it located? • What is it used for? • Explain why you think it is the most interesting? I think the interesting building is the Great Wall. It runs across north China like a huge dragon. It was used to enemies. Soldiers used to keep watch on the Great Wall. When the enemy came, fires were lit to warn other soldiers. I think the Great Wall is the most interesting building. Because it is one of the wonders of the world and it was one of the few man-made objects on earth that could be seen by the astronauts who landed on the moon. Also, the Great Wall has become a symbol of both China's proud history and its present strength. 1) Are there some old buildings in your hometown? Where and Describe it? Wenfeng Tower, built in 1420, is located in the southern of Anyang City. During the Ming and Qing dynasties, people came to the tower to worship the God of Heaven and pray for a good harvest. Nowadays, it serves as a museum of history. Murals of Wenfeng Tower give visitors a feel for the great artistic achievements of ancient Chinese civilization. In a word, I think the Wenfeng Tower is the most interesting building, and it is the oldest building in my hometown. 2) Compare the differences between the constructions in your city with them in 20 years ago? Describe the building styles in detail? The traditional buildings are made of the red brick and always have curved eaves. Thousands of buildings look the same. But now, various buildings with different colors and styles have been going up in my hometown. In addition, room is equipped with kitchen and bathroom. This is very convenient. 3) What are people's attitudes to old building today and that of our later generation? Should we protect them? Why? People, including our later generation, advocate that government should protect old buildings .Because old buildings represent the great artistic achievements of ancient Chinese civilization. 4) What role do you think the old and modern buildings play in the society? Oh, modern buildings are for us to live and work, Sample IELTS Speaking Test Part 1: Sample Interview Questions Do you work or are you a student? And what subject do you study? Why did you choose this subject? What do you hope to do when you finish your studies? What do you usually do at the weekend? What do you think you will do next weekend? Do you enjoy your weekends more now than you did when you were a child? How important is it for you to relax at the end of the week? What sort of music do you usually enjoy listening to? Has the kind of music you like changed over the years? Do you prefer listening to live music or recorded music? Do you think listening to music helps you study? Part 2: Sample Long Turn Describe a special gift or present you gave to someone. (No further instructions are given on the video). Part 3: Sample Discussion Questions On what occasions do family members give gifts to each other in (your country)? Do people tend to spend a of money on gifts? What kind of gifts do children give to adults? What age do children start to choose to give presents to their parents? How important is giving gifts within families? What sort of aid do countries give to other countries? What motivates governments to give aid to other countries? Do you think the aid is always helpful? [...]... talented lady She’s around 60 She’s married and has four kids What I admire about her is that she has time to look after her family and at the same time to teach kids at school, and to teach kids at primary school as well and then she went on and was teaching at university And I had the privilege to meet her when I was fifteen and when I was twenty I went to uni and she really encouraged me to write She... transportation, it's, er, and you can go everywhere It's the centre like, um, it's the people prefer the like the safe areas So, convenience? Yeah, convenience Right, OK Well, thank you very much That's the end of the Speaking Test Yeah, thank you Fanpage: https://www.facebook.com/fan.page .ielts. share Group : https://www.facebook.com/groups /ielts. share/ IELTS SHARE TỔNG HỢP 26 IELTS Speaking Test 7 Part 1 Good... Because I arrived here five years ago and my background is in theatre In my home country in Ecuador I was studying theatre and I was also working as an actor and as a director And then I had the opportunity to go overseas to England and study theatre there But once I moved to Australia, I thought it was going to be a good idea to get into the profession again and to start all over again from the basics... studies And that’s why I joined it and I’m learning so much at the moment, I’m very excited about all these amazing teachers I have and I can understand now how the business works And the main things about my theatre studies is that after that it’s going to lead me to the- a real theatre I have to see how it works in real life in Australia And I thought that was going to be important for me Ok And ah... https://www.facebook.com/fan.page .ielts. share Group : https://www.facebook.com/groups /ielts. share/ IELTS SHARE TỔNG HỢP 12 Now I’d like to ask you a few more questions about vacations and holidays away Are people taking more holidays and travelling more these days? I have to say I don’t think so, because the lifestyle is not letting the people to do the things that they want They have to work more and more, and even you... general And she played us some music and she read poems for us, and we watched films and we discussed And I think it was so important to have her as a teacher because she really made us see the world in a different way We were studying mainly in a catholic school and we couldn’t analyse things but once we had our literature teacher, we were able to expand our whole world And I think what she really brought... people, and they always have to have bodyguards, or they have to live behind bars, you know or behind big walls And children are always protected and they don’t have the freedom, it’s a big price to pay, I don’t know why W-Would you like to be famous? No, not really no Fanpage: https://www.facebook.com/fan.page .ielts. share Group : https://www.facebook.com/groups /ielts. share/ IELTS SHARE TỔNG HỢP 17 Would-... and he was teaching English and I really loved learning English from him And he was very passionate about his job, teaching, and he was actually enjoying it, and I could tell he was enjoying it He had good teaching skills He encouraged and nearly coerced, you know, contribution from the students And you could actually be quite sure sitting in his class that when you give answers, how silly they might... I don’t think same kind of respect is here and students sometimes misbehave during class hours and I just find it hard to understand There is not enough respect for the teachers and also for the learning itself And can students learn from computers? I guess yes IELTS Speaking Test JapanHere is a sample of some speaking questions from an IELTS スピーキングテスト in Japan recently.IELTS スピーキングテスト | Part 1What is your full name?My name is Asami TakashiCan I see your ID?Yes, here's my identification.Do you work or study?I am a student.What city are you from?I'm from OsakaWhere is it located exactly?Osaka is in the Kansai region of Honshu, Japan's main island. It is located on the Yodo River on OsakaBay, it's the third largest city in Japan.Do you like living there?Yes, I do, I think it's a lovely place.Tell me some interesting facts about it.Okay, well, Osaka is considered to be one of the economic centers of Japan and in the past it was famousas a trading center, especially for rice, and was where the first modern futures market developed.Are there many large cities in your country?Not all of them are large, I think there are ten cities which have more than 1 million people living in them.The three largest ones are Tokyo, then Yokohama, Osaka and Nagoya. These are the largest cities and havemore than 2 million people living in them. The other cities are smaller.IELTS スピーキングテスト | Part 2Describe the thing that you cannot live without (except phone and internet). Please say:•- What is it?- Why can’t you manage without it?- How long have you had it for?- How did you feel when you were without it?•Sample answer:I would have to say my car. Public transport in Japan is not so conevenient and sometimesPage 1 of 82 infrequent so havng a car is the preferred choice for getting around, especially if you have to travelto various places. I use my car mainly to go from my home to university and back. But at themoment I'm also workig as a part-time intern in a local business so I have to go there threeafternoons a week as well. Trying to do all that by using public trasport would be almost impossibleand would take a lot more time.I've had my car for about two years now, it's a Toyota Prius and I love it. It's very comfortable andwell equipped and it's also easy to park and economical to run. I can't imagine having to do all thethings I do normally without having my car.But a few months ago there was a problem with it. I noticed a strange noise coming from the frontof the car one day. At first I ignored it, but then it gradually became worse and worse. I told mybrother about it and he arranged for the car to be inspected by the mechanic. I'm not a very technicalperson , but apparently there was a problem with the suspension and they had to replace a part. Thatis the only problem I've ever had with it. The bad news was that they had to order the part speciallyand I was without my car for about ten days in total. It made my daily activities very difficult, and Ididn't really like using the public transport at all. It wasted so much time.I was surprised how quickly I had gotten used to having my car and just how convenient it is. Ihope that in the future I don't have any more problems with it. It really is an essential part of my lifeand I don't want to be without it again.IELTS スピーキングテスト | Part 3Why do you think teenagers always want to have the latest devices such as the iPhone 5?I think it's quite natural. We live in a world that functions and centers around technology nowadays andhaving the latest device allows you to make the most of the advances and developments in the market. It'sthe same as older people like to have the latest model of car or a new apartment. People like to have thebest or the latest version of things. It's not just teenagers.Why do they often buy a new one even though they already have one?One reason could be that each new verison normally has more functions or features than the older one andallows the user to do more or access more things. Some people also believe that the newest version ofsomething is always better.What do they do with the old one after buying a new one?Many of my friends give their old devices to
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