Ielts Speaking Test (Samples Band 7-8) Part 1,2,3: Topic 1: Education, Senior Citizens

source: Helena Daily English     2017年9月14日
Ielts Speaking Test (Samples Band 7-8):
Topic 1: Education, Senior Citizens. Learning today, leading tomorrow.
Part 1 Questions and Answers: Topic 1: Education and Learning
I. Education and Learning
1. Do you work or are you a student ?
2. What subject are you studying ?
3. Why did you choose to study that ?
4. Do you like your university?
5. Is there anything you don’t like about your studies?
6. Which subject do you like the most?
7. Which subject do you think will be most useful to you after you leave university?
8. Do you often get together with your classmates after classes?
9. What was your favorite subject in high school?
10. Which school subject do you think is most useful for people in adult life?
Part 2 Questions and Answers – Topic 1: Senior Citizens
Describe the oldest person you know.
You should say:
- Who this person is ?
- How you know this person ?
- What kind of person he or she is?
- And explain what you think about this person
Part 3 Questions and Answers: Topic 1: Senior Citizens
Senior citizens in China
1. What do people in China do in their retirement year?
2. How have the lives of senior citizens in China changed in recent years?
3. Would you like to live with elderly?
4. What changes do you think will take place in the future regarding senior’s live in China?
5. Who do you think should take responsibility for looking after the Elderly? Should they live with their children or is it better for them to live in nursing homes?
6. How you do think modern technology has affected senior citizens in China today?
7. What are some of the differences in attitude towards life between young and old people in China?
8. What are some of the main problems facing the elderly in China today?
9. Do the elderly in China have a lot of influence on their children’s and grandchildren’s lives?
10. What role do the elderly play in the family ?
11. It seems that grandparents love their grandchildren more than their own sons and daughters. Why do you think that is?
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