What kind of child were you? Try this IELTS speaking practice test with a partner or practice IELTS speaking online with an instructor. You can also download a PDF of this IELTS speaking practice test for classroom use.
IELTS Speaking Part 1: Interview (4-5 minutes)
Answer the following questions about your personal habits and preferences.
Where did you grow up?
Was that a good place to grow up?
What do you remember most about growing up?
What kind of child were you?
Did you ever get into trouble at home or school?
Do you miss anything about your childhood?
IELTS Speaking Part 2: Individual long-turn (3-4 minutes)
You have 1 minute to read the instructions in the box and prepare an answer. You can make notes. After your preparation time has ended, please speak for 1 to 2 minutes on this topic.
Describe your best friend during childhood.
You should say:
who the person was
why you became friends
what you used to do together
and explain if you keep in touch with your friend now.
Follow-up question: Would you like to go back to your childhood?
IELTS Speaking Part 3: Discussion (4-5 minutes)
Answer these questions about childhood. Support your opinion with relevant examples and make comparisons where possible.
Do children find it easy to make friends?
Why do some people grow apart from their childhood friends?
Is it better for children to have a few close friends, or many?
Has the image of childhood changed in your country?
At what age do children become adults?
Do you think children should be treated the same as adults?
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