Full IELTS speaking tests can definitely help you get familiar with the format of the test and prepare for topics that might come up in your exam. This IELTS speaking test was reported to me by one of my students who took the exam in July 2020. She received a challenging set of questions, but still scored 7.0 overall because of her strong preparation. Please contact me if you would like to find out how to receive a high score in your IELTS speaking or writing exam. 

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I’m going to prepare some IELTS vocabulary lists for water sports and plants to help with some of these questions and will be posting them in the next week or two. As always, you can comment below if you have any doubts or need any help. 🙂

Part 1 

Topic: Work  (3 of these questions)

Do you work or study?

Why did you choose that job? 

What was your dream job when you were young?

Topic: Plants  (3 of these questions) 

Do you like plants? Which ones do you like?

What do you know about looking after plants?

Have you ever given a plant as a gift? 

Topic: Street Markets

   Do you like going to street markets?

What do street markets in your country sell?

Do you prefer to buy food from street markets or supermarkets?

Part 2:

Describe a water sport you would like to try in the future

You should say: 

What is it?

Where will you do it?

Do you think it would be easy or difficult? 

And explain why you would like to try it

Part 3: Swimming

  Do you think it is important to learn how to swim?

Do you agree that swimming should be taught in schools? 

Which water sports are popular in your country nowadays?   

Water and Tourism

Do you think places with water are more popular for tourism? Why or why not? 

  Why do people like to live/travel near the water? 

Do you think cruises will become more popular in the future? 

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nazgul
nazgul
2 years ago

fisrtly, thank you for useful site!!
when published questions of August? keep waiting…