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IELTS Speaking Part 1: Interview (4-5 minutes)
Answer the following questions about your personal habits and preferences.
Is this your first IELTS test?
How are you feeling right now?
Do you like shopping?
Have you bought anything interesting recently?
How important is money to you?
Do you think you will have lots of money in future?
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 something you want to buy but can’t afford.
You should say:
What you would like to buy
How much it costs
Why you can’t afford it
And explain if there is any other way you could acquire it.
Follow-up question: Could you live without it?
IELTS Speaking Part 3: Discussion (4-5 minutes)
Give your opinion on various issues connected to money Support your opinion with relevant examples and make comparisons where possible.
How much money is enough?
What things can money not buy?
Do people care too much about money?
What problems does money cause in your society?
Do children need better financial education?
Could human beings live without money?
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