IELTS Speaking Actual Tests (April_July 2020)

IELTS Speaking Actual Tests (April_July 2020) contains IELTS Speaking Actual Tests with model answers from the recent IELTS Speaking test. This IELTS Speaking material will give you the practice you need for the IELTS Speaking test to get your desired IELTS test band score. 

IELTS Speaking Actual Tests (April_July 2020)

The IELTS Speaking Actual Tests (April_July 2020) course contains IELTS speaking topics 2020  with answers from students to make you take an idea about how your answer should be.  The audio on this course will make you listen to the model answers so you get the best out of this course.

Most candidates like to read model answers as a very powerful way to get the best possible Band score when they are preparing for the IELTS speaking module. This new ebook of IELTS Speaking Actual Tests provides model answers for IELTS Speaking Actual Tests that appear in the IELTS speaking module. 

IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topics 

HOME/ ACCOMMODATIONLANGUAGESPLAN
STUDYFRIENDSVISIT
WORKRUBBISHRELATIVES
HOMETOWNPERFUMEPATIENCE
HAIRCUTSOCIAL NETWORKANIMAL
JEANSMATHTEA OR COFFEE
CONCENTRATIONTravelingSLEEP
VOICEBORROWING/LENDINGSHARING
WALKINGREADINGHANDWRITING
MOVIESSMILEPHOTOS/PICTURES

 

HOME/ ACCOMMODATION

What kind of housing/accommodation do you live in?

I live in a terraced house that has a living room, a kitchen, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a lovely back garden. It’s not really a spacious house, but it’s just right for me and my family.

Who do you live with?

I live with my parents and my siblings. We always get on well with each other and have a lot of fun.

How long have you lived there?

I’ve lived there since I was a child until I graduated from high school and moved to the city to enroll at university, where I lived in a student dormitory during the semester. (If you answer you haven’t lived there long)

What’s the difference between where you are living now and where you have lived in the past?

Living in a dorm with other roommates is totally different from living in my own house.