Speaking Part 1 possible questions
Following is the list of common topics which could be asked in the first part of IETLS Speaking test:
Arts related questions
Q:1- Are you good at art?
Answer:- I can make good sketches of people, but honestly speaking I have not learned this skill from a teacher or an institute. I have been trying to draw faces since my childhood and in running days I am being highly appreciated in my social circle because of this skill.
Q:2- Did you learn art at school when you were a child ?
Response 1:- Yes it was my golden era, when we spent loads of time in drawing different landscapes, pictures of fruits, and animals. I was in 2nd standard when I won the prize on my painting. My art teacher and parents were very delighted at that time.
Response 2:- No i did not learn art in my school life. I received my early education from conventional school system and in those days such activities were not the part of curriculum. On few bold students participated in some arts competition however I was a good player of school's cricket team.
Q:3- What kind of art do you like?
Frankly Speaking, I am a very busy person work 24-7 and hardly have a time to spend on some recreational activities but I love to write poetry. Chaoucer and Keats are my ideal poets who interwoven different stanzas in heavenly style which always mesmerized me whenever i read them.
Q:4- Is art popular in your country?
My country is fertile to produce good names in different genera (Yanra) of arts. Nusret Fateh Ali Khan is knwon as the legend in Quwali. Further, it is worth to mention Gul jee and Ameen Gul jee the icons in Calligraphy. Muniba Mazri is another emrging female and the most resilient artist. She is highly applauded in her social circle and is representing the brave women of Pakistan.
Q:5- Have you ever been to an art gallery?
It was the conducted by one of the well renowned calligrapher Gul jee, the star student of Ameen Gul jee. Those who had a delicate sense of art were strongly amused by his work. The artist was famous in abstract art and his work is beyound an appreciation.
Q:1- Do you enjoy your birthdays?
In all honesty, I always enjoy my date of birth. This day, I invite my friends and family member on dine and we arrange different games such as musical chair and exchanging of best jokes etc for the participants.
Q:2- Do you usually celebrate your birthday?
I am not frequent in celebrating my birthdays because I am thirty years old and at this stage of life celebrating birthdays is not very common in our society. Yes children and teenagers in my family regularly celebrate this day.
Q:3- What did you do on your last birthday?
Frankly Speaking, it was a big day. I and my close friends made it memorable day. we were gathered at 'sea view' Karachi and arranged the function. Fast wind was blowing which made it difficult for us to hang balloons and to set fire but some how we managed. The plan was to cut the cake inside the cruiser. On one side we were enjoying to and fro motion of tides and on the other hand we were gossiping each other. Overall it was a one of the happiest days of my life.
Q:4- Can you remember a birthday you enjoyed as a child?
Q:5- Do most people celebrate their birthdays with a party in your country?
Q:6- Which birthdays are considered important in your country?
Clothes by Haseeb Asif
Q:1- Are clothes important to you?
A: Yes! Clothes are important to me because it reflects individual’s personality and culture. Apart from this, it helps to intensify one’s personal appearance and protects from various climate change.
Q:2- What kind of clothes do you usually wear?
A: I habitually wear an informal dress. In my assortment of clothes, I got few jeans pants of blue and black color which I used to wear more often. I got few dress shirts which I used to wear on some occasion and least but not last I got many T-Shirts. At home, I prefer to wear shorts and a T-shirt and on some occasion I might wear a dress shirt.
Q:3- Do you ever wear the traditional clothes of your country?
A: Yes! Traditionally I wear the national and traditional dress of Pakistan which is Salwar Kameez. The alternative for salwar kameez is Kurta salwar. The Salwar Kameez is every s Pakistanis first choice. The clothing tends to be quite comfortable and light weight. Everyone in Pakistan whether he’s business man, a student or a teacher wear Salawar Kameez.
Q:4- Where do you usually buy your clothes?
A: Honestly speaking, I don’t like to shop or be a part of a big crowd. In Pakistani Baazar, there’s a great crowd of people rushing here and there to get the things. So, my parents are the one who goes to Baazar and shop for me. But few days ago, I went to Shirt and Tie store and bought the 4 latest fashion dress shirts.
Q:5- Have you ever worn a uniform?
A: Yes! I was a student of Garrison Boys High School and Punjab College. Their uniform is fixed and person without the uniform was fined. In Garrison boys High School, the dress code was black trousers and a white dress shirt with a monogram on the front pocket of “GBHS”. Similarly, in Punjab College, we used to wear grey trousers and blue dress shirt.
Q:6- Do most people in your country follow fashion?
A: Not most of the people in my country follow fashion. According to my observation, the people who thinks have a class are more often close to fashion. There’s no limitations to the fashion but according to our religion if it goes beyond the limits then it is prohibited. Women now a days are more often fashionable. Fashion doesn't only include clothing but also the makeup. Honestly speaking, women are one step ahead in the fashion.
Daily routine by Ghufran Ali.
Q:1- When do you usually get up in the morning?
A: I wake up early in the morning. I am a quintessential Muslim and, it is a primary obligation of all the Muslims to offer prayer five times a day. After offering Fajar prayer, I visit to a public park to do some exertion.
Q:2- Do you usually have the same routine everyday?
A: I have the same routine every day wake up early, pray and then go for a morning walk but sometimes I skip the exercise if I have to check in early at my office. It also get changed on the weekends. On weekends I use to go out with friends to have a nice breakfast.
Q:3- What is your daily routine?
A: My daily routine is almost same like mostly working people have these days. Everyday, I rush to office, work consistently, take same meal in the office and then return home. In weekends, I hang out with my friends and call to my parents and enjoy talking with them.
Q:4- Do you ever change your routine?
A: Not really but I usually try to have a different breakfast. On weekends, I try to cook something delicious. The remaining activities remain same, working, relaxing and doing normal house chores.
Q:5- Is your routine the same