IELTS Speaking (Part 1): Going out, Games, Colors, Music

The IELTS Speaking (Part 1) covers a few general questions about familiar topics, lasting 4-5 minutes. The grading rubric is attached at the bottom.

GOING OUT

  • Do you like going out or staying at home?
  • What do you like to do when you go out?
  • How often do you go out?
  • Do people in your country go out a lot?
  • How and where do people in your country usually socialize?
  • What kind of entertainment is popular in your country?

GAMES

  • Do you enjoy playing any games?
  • What kind of games do you play?
  • Do you think adults should play games?
  • What do children learn from games?
  • What kind of games did you play when you were a child?
  • What games are popular in your country today?
  • What kind of games were popular when you were young?
  • Do you think mental games like chess are good for you?

COLOURS

  • Do you have a favourite colour?
  • What are your country’s colours?
  • Do you think colours affect our moods?
  • Can you learn anything about a person from the colours he / she likes?
  • Do you like the same colours now as you did when you were a child?

MUSIC

  • Do you like music?
  • What kind of music do you like?
  • When do you usually listen to music?
  • What kind of music did you like when you were younger?
  • What kind of music is popular in your country?
  • Do you play any musical instruments?
  • Do you wish you could play any musical instruments?
  • Which is your favourite instrument?

SOURCE: http://www.goodluckielts.com/IELTS-speaking-topics.html

GRADING RUBRIC (Click to enlarge)

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