The new IELTS speaking questions for Sept 2019-Dec 2019 have been released and in a couple of days I’ll add them. For now, I’ve added a recent speaking test that you can practice which will still be used until December 2019

It’s actually a little bit challenging and speaking about recycling, maths and broken down vehicles in English might not be something you have ever done before. 

Remember that I offer speaking classes and would be happy to practice this exam or any other exam with you. 


Part 1 

Topic: Work  (3 of these questions)

Do you work or study? What is your job/do you study?

What do you like about it? 

Do you get on well with your colleagues?

Topic: Recycling (3 of these questions) 

Do you recycle? Why or why not?

                                      How does recycling work in your building?

                                    How could your city improve the environment? 

Topic: Maths

When did you start learning mathematics?

Do you normally use a calculator when doing maths?

What was your favourite subject?


Part 2:

Describe an occasion when your vehicle (bus, car, train) broke down

You should say:

Which vehicle was it?

What happened?

Who were you with?

and explain what you did afterwards

Part 3:Public Transport

What type of transport do people in your country normally use?

        Do you agree that people should use public transport more than they do now?

              What are the advantages and disadvantages of travelling by train?


                    Is it the responsibility of the government or individuals to reduce the number of cars on the road?

How important is it to reduce the number of cars? 

How do you expect people to travel in the future? 

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