IELTS Speaking Part 1,2,3 in 2018: Languages

Part One 

  • Do you like learning languages?
  • What languages do you speak?
  • Do you learn any foreign language?
  • Do you think learning languages is important?
  • How did you learn the languages that you know?
  • Can you learn more than one language at a time?
  • Do you want to became a foreign language teacher in the future? Why?
  • Do you think that English is difficult to learn?
  • Do you think foreigner should learn your country’s language when they arrive there?

Part Two

1. Describe the first time you used a foreign language to communicate. 
You should say: 

  • what the situation was 
  • where you were
  • who you communicated with 

and explain why you used a foreign language to communicate on this occasion.

Or

2. Talk about an instance when you spoke with someone in a foreign language for the first time.

 You should say: 

  • when it was
  • with whom you spoke
  • what language you used

and say how you felt about it.

3. Describe a language you would like to learn.

You should say:

  • what it is and how you plan to learn it
  • where it is spoken
  • how it will help you

and explain why you want to learn this language.

4. Describe an unusual activity you have recently taken up

  • where you did it
  • When you did it
  • Who you dis it with

and describe why it was unusual or interesting.

5. Talk about something you would like to do/learn in the future.

You should say:

  •     what you plan to learn in the future
  •     why you want to learn it
  •     where and how you will learn it

and explain why you have planned to learn it.

6. Describe something you want to do if you get free time.

You should say:
  • What you do
  • Who you do it with
  • Where you do it

And explain why you like to spend your free time this way.

7. Describe a practical skill you have.

You should say:

  • What the skill is;
  • How often you use it;
  • Who taught it to you.

and explain how it helps you in your life

8. Talk about something you have always wanted to do but have not done yet.

You should say:

  • what it is
  • when you would like to do that
  • how would you do that

and explain why you have not done it so far.

Part Three

What kind of quality should a language teacher have?

Which language is likely to become dominant in the future?

Why do people learn more than one language?

Do you think that all children should learn foreign languages at school?

Why are some people seemingly better at studying languages than others?

Why is language an important aspect of culture?

Why it is important to learn a foreign language?

What are the advantages of learning multiple languages?

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