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Bộ đề dự đoán IELTS Speaking Quý 2/2024

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BỘ ĐỀ DỰ ĐOÁN IELTS SPEAKING QUÝ 2/2024

PART 1

  1. Where you live now
  • Let’s talk about where you live now
  • Which town or city do you live in now?
  • Are there any things you don’t like about your area? (What are they?)
  • Do you think you will continue to live there for a long time? (Why? Why not?)
  • What are some changes in the area recently?
  • Do you live in a house or an apartment?
  • What is your favourite room in your home? (Why?)
  • What things make your home pleasant to live in? (Why?)
  • Are the people in your neighbourhood nice and friendly?
  • Do you know any of your neighbours?
  • Is the place where you live quiet or noisy?
  1. Study
  • What do you study?
  • What do you find most interesting about your studies? (Why?)
  • Which is more important to you—the teachers or the other students on your course? (Why?)
  • How much time do you spend studying every week?
  • How do you usually travel to the city where you study?
  • Do you study best in the morning or the afternoon? (Why?)
  • Have you always wanted to study this subject/ these subjects (Why/ Why not?)
  1. Work
  • What kind of work do you do?
  • What do you find most interesting about your work? (Why?)
  • Which is more important to you – the people you work with or the work you do? (Why?)
  • Do you work best in the morning or the afternoon? (Why?)
  • Would you like to change the place you work? (Why?)
  1. Science
  • Do/did you enjoy science lessons at school? (Why/Why not?)
  • What is the science subject you are most interested in? (Why?)
  • Is it easy for you to learn science subjects? (Why/Why not?)
  • Do you watch science programmes on TV? (Why/Why not?)
  • Are science museums popular in…./your country? (Why/Why not?)
  1. History
  • Do you like history as a subject in your school? Why?
  • When was the last time you read a book about history?
  • Have you visited any history museums?
  • Do you like watching documentaries/movies related to history?
  • What historical event do you find most interesting?
  • Do you think history is important?
  • Do you like to watch programs on TV about history?
  • Do you think the internet is a good place to learn about history?
  1. Public Transport
  • Do you often travel on public transports? (Why/Why not?)
  • Did you use public transport when you were a child? (Why/Why not?)
  • Do many people use public transport in…/your country? (Why/Why not?)
  • Will you use public transport more in the future? (Why/ Why not?)
  1. Free Time & Weekend
  • Do you like to go to the cinema/movies at weekends? (Why/Why not?)
  • Who do you go with? Alone or with others?
  • What do you enjoy doing most on weekends? ( Why/Why not?)
  • Are you planning to do anything special next weekend? ( Why/Why not?)
  • What kinds of activities do you often do in your spare time?
  • How do you often relax yourself on weekends?
  • How do your surrounding friends relax?
  1. Number & Maths
  • What numbers do you like?
  • What numbers are important to you?
  • Are you good at remembering telephone numbers?
  • Do you need to use numbers in the future?
  • Do you like learning maths?
  • Do you think it’s difficult to learn maths well?
  1. Spend Time by yourself & Exciting Activities
  • Do you like to spend time by yourself or with your friends? Why?
  • When was the last time you spent time by yourself?
  • Do you want to spend more time by yourself?
  • Have you ever tried any exciting activities?
  • What was the interesting thing that you did when you were a child?
  • Have you joined in any interesting activities recently?
  • Would you like to try climbing or diving?
  1. Art
  • Do you like drawing?
  • Did you learn drawing when you were a child?
  • Is it important for children to learn art at school?
  • Have you ever been to the art gallery?
  • Is it interesting to become an artist?
  • Are there any paintings on the wall of your home?
  • What kind of pictures do you like to put up in your home?
  1. Pen and Pencil
  • Do you usually use a pen or pencil?
  • Which do you use more often? pen or pencil?
  • When was the last time you bought a pen or pencil?
  • What do you think if someone sends you a pen or pencil as a gift?
  1. Wild Animal & Pets
  • Have you ever seen a wild animal? ( What was it ?/Why not?)
  • Do you like seeing animals in the zoo? (Why/Why not?)
  • What is your favourite wild animal? (Why/Why not?)
  • Are there many wild animals in VietNam? (Why?)
  • How important is it to protect wild animals? (Why/Why not?)
  • Do you often watch TV programs on wild animals? (Why not?)
  • Do you keep a pet? (Why/ Why not?)
  • Did you have any pets when you were a child? (Why/ Why not?)
  1. Make Plans & Time management
  • Do you usually make plans?
  • What about your time management ability?
  • Is it easy to manage time for you?
  • Do you like planning things?
  • Why can’t you make plans?
  • Do you like doing things step by step or making a long term plan?
  1. Languages
  • What languages do you speak? (Why?)
  • Do you think English is an easy or a difficult language to learn? (Why?)
  • How did you learn English?
  • How are languages taught and learned in your school?
  • Would you like to learn any other languages? (Why /Why not?)
  1. Taking Photos
  • Do you take photos by camera or phone?
  • How to deal with pictures after you take them?
  • Do you want to learn photography to improve your skills of taking photos?
  • How will people in the future take photos?
  • Is it good to reserve photos in a cell phone?
  1. Perfume
  • Do you use perfume?
  • What kind of perfume do you like?
  • What does perfume mean to you?
  • Do you give perfume as a gift?
  1. Sharing
  • Do you have anything to share with others recently?
  • Did your parents teach you to share when you were a child?
  • What kind of things do you like to share with others?
  • What kind of things are not suitable for sharing?
  1. Weather
  • Do you prefer dry or wet weather?
  • What kind of weather do you like most?
  • What’s your favourite season?
  • What kind of weather is typical in your hometow
  1. Daily routine or Morning Time
  • Do you prefer dry or wet weather?
  • What kind of weather do you like most?
  • What’s your favourite season?
  • What kind of weather is typical in your hometown?
  1. Daily routine or Morning Time
  • What’s your morning /weekend routine?
  • Is breakfast important?
  • Do you have breakfast everyday?
  • Why is breakfast the most important meal of the day?
  • Do you want to change your morning routine?
  • Are there any differences between what you do in the morning now and what you did in the past?
  1. Computer and Tablet
  • What do you most often use a computer or a tablet for? (Why/Why not?)
  • Can you remember when you first started using a computer or tablet? (When/Why not?)
  • Do you sometimes find computers or tablets difficult to use? ( Why/Why not?)
  • How would your life be different if there were no computers? (Why/Why not?)
  1. Meeting new people
  • How often do you meet new people? ( Why/Why not?)
  • Do you find it easy to talk to new people? (Why/Why not?)
  • When you meet someone for the first time, do you know if you like them? (Why/Why not?)
  • Do you worry about what people you meet think of you? (Why/Why not?)
  1. Flowers
  • Do you like flowers?
  • Do you like to receive flowers as a gift?
  • Have you planted any flowers?
  • What kinds of flowers do you know?
  • Are there any flowers that have special meanings in Vietnam?
  1. Reading or Newspapers
  • What is the best age for children to start reading?
  • Which do you prefer, e-books or paper-books?
  • How do you usually get news?
  • How do your friends get news?
  • Do you talk about news with your friends?
  • Do you prefer reading newspapers or magazines? (Why?)
  • Do you think news is easier to read online than in newspapers? (Why/Why not?)
  • What kinds of information in newspapers or magazines do you find most useful? (Why?)
  1. Evenings
  • What do you usually do in the evening? (Why?)
  • Do you spend your evenings in the same way on weekdays and at weekends? (Why/why not?)
  • How did you spend your evenings when you were younger? (Why/Why not?)
  • Is there anything you don’t like to do in the evenings? (Why/Why not?)
  1. Collecting things
  • Do you collect things?
  • Are there any things you keep from childhood?
  • Would you keep old things for a long time? Why?
  • Where do you usually keep things you need?
  1. Watches
  • Did you wear a watch when you were a child? (Why/Why not?)
  • Have you ever received a watch as a gift? (When/Who from?)
  • Do you usually wear a watch now? (Why/Why not?)
  • Why do you think some people like to wear expensive watches?
  1. Outdoor activities
  • Do you like outdoor activities?
  • Do you often take part in outdoor activities?
  • What outdoor activities do you like the most?
  • Are outdoor activities popular in your country?
  • Do you think people in your country spend enough time being outdoors?
  1. Neighbours
  • Do you know your neighbours?
  • What do you think of your neighbours?
  • How do you get along well with your neighbours?
  • Do you think it’s important to have a good relationship with one’s neighbours?
  1. Writing
  • Did you like writing when you were a child? Why/Why not?
  • What kinds of things do you write during a typical day? Why/Why not?
  • Do you think the kinds of things you write will change in the future? Why/Why not?
  • Do you prefer typing or writing things by hand? Why?
  1. Chocolate
  • Do you like eating chocolate? (Why/ Why not?)
  • Did you give chocolate to someone as a gift?
  • Did you often eat chocolate when you were a child?
  • When was the first time you ate chocolate?
  • Why do you think chocolate is popular around the world?
  • Do you think people use chocolate differently now than in the past?
  • What’s your favourite flavour of chocolate?
  • Is chocolate good for our health?
  1. Outer space and stars
  • Do you learn about outer space and arts at school?
  • Do you enjoy watching films about outer space and stars?
  • Do you want to study outer space and stars?
  • Do you want to travel to outer space in the future?
  1. T-shirts
  • Do you usually wear T-shirts?
  • Do you like T-shirts with pictures or prints?
  • Do you think older people who wear T-shirts are fashionable?
  • Have you ever bought a T-shirt as a souvenir from a holiday/vacation?
  1. Small businesses
  • Are there any famous small businesses in the area you live in?
  • Do you prefer buying things from small or big companies?
  • Have you ever worked in small businesses?
  • Have you ever thought about starting your own business?
  1. Jewellery
  • Do you often wear jewellery?
  • What type of jewellery do you like?
  • Have you ever given jewellery to someone as a gift?
  • Why do you think some people wear a piece of jewellery for a long time?
  1. Library
  • Do you often go to the library?
  • Would you ever like to work in a library?
  • Did you use a library more when you were younger?
  • How common is it for children to visit libraries in…/ your country?
  1. Birthday
  • What do you usually do on your birthday ?
  • What did you do on your birthday when you were young ?
  • Do you think it is important for you to celebrate your birthday
  • Whose birthday do you think is the most important to celebrate in VietNam ?
  1. Happy things
  • Is there anything that has made you feel happy lately?
  • What made you happy when you were little?
  • What hobbies or activities make you feel happy now?
  • Do you think people are happy when buying new things?
  1. Staying up late
  • Do you often stay up late at night? (Why/Why not?)
  • Did you stay up late more often when you were younger? (Why/Why not?)
  • What do you generally do when you stay up late? (Why/Why not?)
  • How do you feel the day after you have stayed up late? (Why?)
  1. Internet
  • When did you start using the internet?
  • How often will you use the internet?
  • Do you use the internet much during the day?
  • How does the internet influence people?
  • What would you do without the internet?
  1. Schools
  • Do you like your school?
  • Do you think it is a good place to study? Why?
  • What changes do you want to make in your school?
  1. Music
  • Do you like music? Why / Why not?
  • What type of music do you like to listen to when you are alone? Why?
  • Has the music that you listen to changed since you were young?
  • Do you think older and younger generations prefer different types of music?
  • Is there any music concert that you want to go to?
  1. Shopping
  • What’s your favourite shop?
  • Are there any shops near your house?
  • What kinds of shops are there where you live?
  • Do you like going to a supermarket or a store?
  1. Law
  • Do you think law and order are important?
  • Who department is most responsible for enforcing the law?
  • Is there any law you think is too strict? (Why?/Why not?)
  1. Keys
  • Do you always bring a lot of keys with you?
  • Have you ever lost your key?
  • Do you often forget the keys and lock yourself out?
  • Do you think it’s a good idea to leave your keys with a neighbour?
  1. Relax
  • What would you do to relax?
  • Do you think doing sports is a good way to relax?
  • Do you think vacation is a good time to relax?
  • Do you think students need more relaxing time?
  1. Mobile Phone
  • Do you remember your first mobile phone?
  • Do you often use your mobile phone for texting or making phone calls?
  • How has your mobile phone changed your life?
  1. Sports
  • Did you do any sport when you were younger? (Why/Why not?)
  • Have you ever supported a sports team? (Why/ Why not?)
  • Do you enjoy watching sports? (Why/Why not?)
  • Do you think there is too much sport on television in your country? (Why/Why not?)
  1. Fast food
  • Do you eat fast food?
  • What are the different kinds of fast food in VietNam?
  1. Cinema
  • What type of movies do you like?
  • Do you often go to the cinema?
  • Do you like watching movies in the cinema or at home?
  1. Swimming
  • Do you like swimming?
  • Where do (or can) people go swimming in your hometown (or, near your home)?
  • Is swimming very popular in your country?
  • Why do many people like swimming?
  1. Holidays
  • Where did you go for your last holiday?
  • Do you like holidays? Why?
  • Which public holiday do you like best?
  1. Challenges
  • Do you like challenges?
  • What is the biggest challenge in your future?

 PART 2&3

  1. Describe something you own that you want to replace

You should say

  • What the photo like
  • What it is
  • Where it is
  • How you got it

And explain why you want to replace it

Part 3:

  • What are other things that you want to replace?
  • What kinds of things do young people like to replace?
  • Do old people in Vietnam like to collect and store things?
  • Who do you think will want new things, children or old people?
  • What’s the difference between new things and old things?
  1. Describe a person who often buy at the street market at cheaper price

You should say:

  • Who this person is
  • What this person likes to buy
  • Where this person likes to buy things

And explain why this person likes cheap goods

Part 3:

  • What are the differences between shopping in a shopping mall and in a street market?
  • Which is more commonly visited in Vietnam, shopping malls or street markets?
  • Is advertising important?
  • What are the disadvantages of shopping in a street market?
  • How do you buy cheap products?
  • Do you think things are more expensive in big shopping malls?
  1. Describe a vehicle you would like to buy

You should say:

  • What kind of vehicle
  • Why you would like to have it
  • How you would get it

And explain why you would prefer this means of transport.

Part 3:

  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of public and private transportation?
  • What are the advantages to society of having more people using mass transportation?
  • Compare the advantages and disadvantages of using mass
  • Why do some people have to travel a long distance every day to go to work?
  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of living in the centre of a city and living in the suburbs of a city?
  1. Describe a historical building you have been to

You should say:

  • Where it is
  • What it looks like What it is used for now
  • What you learned there

And explain how you felt about this historical building
Part 3:

  • Should everyone know history?
  • Why do people visit historical buildings?
  • Do Vietnamese people like to visit historical buildings?
  • Do most people agree to the government’s funding to protect historical buildings?
  • Is it necessary to protect historical buildings?
  1. Describe a person who encouraged you and helped you achieve a goal

You should say:

  • Who this person is
  • What this person encouraged you to do
  • How this person has helped you

And explain why their encouragement helped you achieve the goal
Part 3:

  • What will encourage children to learn more?
  • Who do you think has a greater influence on the goal setting of children?
  • Do parents and teachers punish children physically nowadays?
  • Why is it important for teenagers to set goals?
  1. Describe a natural talent you want to improve like sport, music, .

You should say:

  • What is it?
  • When did you discover it?
  • How do you want to improve it?
  • And how do you feel about it?

Part 3:

  • Do you think it is more interesting to watch famous people or ordinary people’s shows?
  • Why do people like to watch talent shows?
  • Is it possible for us to know that children who are 3 or 4 years old will become musicians or painters when they grow up?
  • Do you think artists with talents should focus on their talents?
  • Do you think parents feel guilty for putting too much pressure on their children?
  1. Describe your daily routine that you enjoy

You should say

  • What it is
  • When and why you started to follow this routine
  • Whether it is easy to follow this routine

And explain why you enjoy having this routine in your daily life

Part 3:

  • Should children have learning routines?
  • What are the advantages of children having a routine at school?
  • Does having a routine make kids feel more secure at school?
  • How do people’s routines differ on weekdays and weekends?
  • What daily routines do people have at home?
  • What are the differences between people’s daily routines now and in the last 15 years?
  1. Describe your favourite place in your house where you can relax

You should say:

  • Where it is
  • What it is like
  • What you enjoy doing there

And explain why you feel favourite this place

Part 3:

  • Why is it difficult for some people to relax?
  • What are the benefits of doing exercise?
  • Do people in your country exercise after work?
  • What is the place where people spend most of their time in their home?
  • Which is more important, mental relaxation or physical relaxation?
  1. Describe an interesting old person you have met

You should say:

  • Who this person is
  • When/where you met this person
  • What you did with this person

And explain why you think this person is interesting
Part 3:

  • Do you think old people and young people can share interests?
  • What can old people teach young people?
  • Is it easy for young people and old people to make friends with each other?
  • Are there benefits when one person is interested in another person? Why?
  • Do you think people are more selfish or self-centred now than in the past?
  • What benefits can people get if they are self-centred?
  1. Describe a time when you received money as a gift (birthday, wedding)

Follow up questions:

Is it a normal thing to give money as a gift in your country

You should say

  • When it happened
  • Who gave you money
  • Why he/she gave you money

And explain how you felt about it
Part 3:

  • Why do people rarely use cash now?
  • When do children begin to comprehend the value of money?
  • Should parents reward children with money?
  • Is it good and necessary to teach children to save money?
  1. Describe a historical period/moment you would like to learn more about

You should say:

  • When it was
  • What you are interested in
  • What you have known

And explain why you would like to know more

Part 3:

  • How were you taught history when you were at school?
  • In what ways can children learn history?
  • Is it hard to protect and preserve historic buildings?
  • Who should pay for the preservation of historic buildings?
  • Will museums be replaced by technology someday?
  1. Describe an indoor or outdoor place where it was easy for you to study

You should say:

  • Where it is
  • What it is like
  • When you go there
  • What you study there

And explain why you would like to study in this place

Part 3:

  • Do you like to learn on your own or with others?
  • What’s the difference between learning face-to- face with teachers and learning by yourself?
  • Do you prefer to study at home or study in other places?
  • What are the benefits of gaining work experience while studying?
  1. Describe a person you know who you think is very intelligent

Follow-up Questions: Do you like intelligent people?

You should say:

  • Who this person is
  • How you know this person
  • Why you think this person is very intelligent

And explain how you feel about this person

Part 3:

Intelligence in children

  • The kinds of games that can help children to become more intelligence
  • Taking to children is the best way to develop their intelligence

Intelligence at work

  • The kinds of jobs where intelligence is particularly important
  • Being very intelligence can sometimes be a disadvantage in the workplace

Artificial intelligence

  • Whether artificial intelligence could ever match human intelligence – any potential risks to humanity of replying on artificial intelligence
  1. Describe an interesting place in your country that not many people visit

You should say:

  • Where the place is
  • How you got to know about this place
  • Why only very few people visit there

And explain how you feel about this place
Part 3:

  • Why do people go to visit tourist attractions?
  • What makes a tourist attraction famous?
  • Do local people like to visit local tourist attractions?
  • Do you think tourism causes environmental damage?
  • Should all tourist attractions be free to the public?
  1. Describe a person who you are happy to know

You should say:

  • Who this person is
  • How long you have known this person
  • What you do when you are with this person

And explain why you are happy to know this person
Part 3:

Happiness in children

  • (identify) things that often make children happy
  • (consider) any differences in the things that make children and adults happy
  • (evaluate) whether children are generally happier now than they were in the past

Happiness at work

  • (evaluate) which is more important-being happy at work or having a high salary
  • (suggest) what companies can do to make sure their employees are happy at work
  • (assess) how companies can benefit if their employees are happy

Happiness and society

  • (assess) whether happiness means the same thing to everyone
  • (consider) whether many people today focus too much on the appearance of being happy
  • (agree/disagree) a truly happy society would be boring to live in
  1. Describe a natural place (e.g. park, mountain)

You should say:

  • Where this place is
  • How you knew this place
  • What it is like

And explain why you like to visit it
Part 3:

  • What kind of people like to visit natural places?
  • What are the differences between a natural place and a city?
  • Do you think that going to the park is the only way to get close to nature?
  • Do you know any wild animals in the city?
  • Do you think it is a good idea to let animals stay in local parks for people to visit?
  1. Describe an important achievement you have made

You should say:

  • What you achieved
  • When and where you did it
  • Why it was an important achievement

And explain how you earned it
Part 3:

  • Should people set goals under any circumstances?
  • Should employers reward employees with money?
  • Is it important for employees to keep fit at work?
  1. Describe a time when someone apologised to you

You should say:

  • Who apologised you and When
  • Why they apologised

And explain how did you felt after they apologised
Part 3:

  • Do people often ‘say sorry’ in your country?
  • Is it important to teach children to say sorry?
  • Is it important to teach children to respect others?
  1. Describe a piece of technology that you feel difficult to use

You should say:

  • When you got it
  • What you got it for
  • How often you use it

And explain how you feel about it
Part 3:

  • Does the development of technology affect the way we study? How?
  • What changes has the development of technology brought about in our lives?
  • Why are people so keen on buying Iphones even though they haven’t changed much from one to the next?
  • Why do technology companies keep upgrading their products?
  1. Describe a place where you thought things were too expensive

You should say:

  • What the place is like
  • Why you went there
  • Why things are expensive there

And explain how you feel about the place
Part 3:

  • Why do some people still use cash?
  • Will the payment be paperless in the future?
  • What do you think of the view that time is as important as money?
  • Is it more important to choose a job with a high salary or with more time off?
  • How important is it to have a variety of payment options?
  • Why are things more expensive in some places than in others?
  1. Describe a famous person who you think will be a role model for young people

You should say:

  • Who this person is
  • How you knew him/her

And explain why this person became your role model
Part 3:

  • What are the required qualities of a role model?
  • Are there famous people who are your role models in the sports field?
  • Is role model important for children?
  • Is there any difference between today’s famous people and the original famous people?
  • What kind of people can become famous people in your country?
  • Do you think celebrities and social media influencers have a great impact on young people?
  1. Describe a time when you missed or were late for an important meeting/event

You should say:

  • When it happened
  • What happened
  • Why you missed/were late for it

And explain how you felt about this experience

Part 3:

  • Are you a punctual person?
  • Do you think it is important to be on time?
  • Do you always avoid being late?
  • Why are people often late for meetings or appointments?
  • Are people in your country often late for meetings?
  • Do you think people are born with time management skills or they can develop them?
  1. Describe a (city/country ) you would recommend as a nice place to live (not your hometown)

You should say:

  • What it is
  • Where it is
  • What you know about this place

And explain why you recommend it as a nice place to live

Part 3:

  • What kinds of places do older people prefer to live in?
  • What are the advantages of living close to the workplace?
  • Why do many people move to the city?
  • Where do people like to live in your country?
  1. Describe an occasion when you wore your best clothes

You should say:

  • What this occasion was
  • What clothes you wore
  • Why you chose to wear these clothes

And explain how you felt about wearing your best clothes

Part 3:

Format clothes for important occasions

  • (identify) occasions when people wear formal clothes in your country
  • (suggest) reasons why some people dislike wearing formal clothes
  • (agree/disagree) people spend too much money on clothes for special occasions

Traditional clothes and national dress

  • (suggest) why some people like wearing the traditional clothes of their country
  • (consider) whether people will stop wearing traditional clothes in the future
  • (agree/disagree) it’s a good thing for people around the world to dress in a similar way

Fashion

  • (consider) whether people place too much importance on fashionable clothing
  • (comment on) the view that the fashion industry must consider environmental issues more
  • (assess) whether fashion design is a meaningful art form
  1. Describe another city you would like to stay for a short time

You should say:

  • Where the city is
  • Why you want to go there
  • Whom you will go there with
  • What you will do there

And explain why you will stay there just for a short time

Part 3:

  • Why is the noise pollution worse in tourism cities than in other cities?
  • Do most people like planned travelling?
  • Do you think tourists may come across bad things in other cities?
  • Why do places with historical sites develop the tourism industry more actively?
  • Why are historical cities popular?
  • Why do people sometimes go to other cities or other countries to travel?
  1. Describe a good decision someone just made recently

You should say:

  • What the decision was
  • When and where you made this decision
  • What happened as a result of this decision

And explain why you think this was a good decision to make

Part 3:

Decisions in daily life

  • (identify) decisions that most people have to make every day
  • (consider) at what age children start making their own decisions
  • (assess) why some people find it hard to make everyday decisions

Decisions about the future

  • (consider) what helps people to make decisions about the future
  • (evaluate) advantages/disadvantages of making decisions about the future at a young age
  • (agree/disagree) people should always stick to the decisions they make

Life-changing decisions

  • (evaluate) whether important decisions are best made alone
  • (agree/disagree) the best decisions are always made by analysing the facts
  • (comment on) the view that the smallest decisions can have the greatest impact on people’s lives.
  1. Describe an enjoyable journey by public transport

You should say:

  • Where you went
  • Who you were with
  • What you did
  • And how you felt about it

Part 3:

  • Why do people choose to travel by public transport?
  • Why do more and more people like to travel by plane?
  • Do you think offering free public transport will solve traffic problems in the city?
  • What are the disadvantages of travelling by public transport?
  • What do you think are the cheapest and most expensive means of transport?
  • What are the difficulties that commuters face during rush hours?

 

  1. Describe a sport that you only have watched before but had not played by yourself

You should say:

  • What it is
  • When you watched it
  • Where you watched it
  • Who you watched it with

And explain how you felt about it

Part 3:

  • What kinds of sports would you like to play in the future?
  • Why do so many athletes join the advertising industry?
  • What are the features of people that watch sports games online, such as gender or age?
  • What’s the most popular sport in your country?
  • What kinds of sports are popular now but not popular 50 years ago?
  • Do you think there are too many sorts of sports games on TV?
  1. Describe a special day out which didn’t cost very much

You should say:

  • Where and when you went
  • What you did
  • What you spent money on

And explain why you ẹnjoyed this special day out

Part 3:

Having a day out

  • (describe) places people in…/your country go for a day out
  • (suggest) reasons why people want to have a day out
  • (compare) having a day out with staying at home

What makes a day out enjoyable

  • (evaluate) the influence of the weather on the enjoyment of going out
  • (compare) the experience of going out with friends
  • (assess) the importance ò spending money in making a day out enjoyable

Changing concepts of leisure

  • (consider) whether technology has increased opportunities for leisure
  • (agree/disagree) it is only the young who can make leisure time an active experience
  • (speculate on) people’s expectations about leisure time now and in the past
  1. Describe an activity you usually do that wastes your time

You should say:

  • What it is
  • When you usually do it
  • Why you do it

And explain why you think it wastes your time

 Part 3:

  • How do you balance life and work?
  • Will you continue doing something when you are aware that it’s a waste of time?
  • What kinds of things make people feel pressured?
  • Why do some people refuse to abide by rules?
  1. Describe a place you visited with your friends where you had a good time

You should say:

  • What the place is
  • Who you went with
  • When you went there

And explain why you think it is a good time

Part 3:

  • How do you communicate with friends?
  • Do you think most people prefer to stay alone?
  • Can talking with people improve social skills?
  • Does technology help people communicate better with others?
  • How long should we spend time with others?
  • What skills can people learn when spending time with others?
  • People should spend more time with close friends or groups of friends?
  1. Describe an occasion when two of your friends had a disagreement

You should say:

  • What they argued about
  • Why they argued with each other
  • What happened at the end
  • How you felt about it

Part 3:

  • Do you think arguments are important?
  • What do family members usually have arguments about?
  • Is it easier for you to have arguments with your family or with your friends?
  • Do you think people should change the way they think when having arguments?
  1. Describe a place you have visited that is affected by air pollution

You should say:

  • Where have you been to a place with serious air pollution?
  • Why is it serious?
  • What kind of pollution there was

And explain how you felt about the pollution in this place

Part 3:

Pollution and the environment

  • (identify) the most common types of pollution where you live
  • (consider) whether there is more pollution and rubbish today than in the past
  • (speculate on) whether there will be more or less pollution and rubbish in the future

Individual responsibility for pollution

  • (explain) why some individuals do not care about pollution and the environment
  • (identify) what responsibilities individuals should have for looking after the environment
  • (recommend) ways in which governments could educate people about pollution and the environment

Pollution and the economy

  • (consider) the economic costs of pollution
  • (recommend) ways in which government can reduce-pollution
  • (assess) the relative importance of economic growth and a sustainable environment
  1. Describe an activity you enjoyed in your free time when you were young

You should say:

  • What it was
  • Where you did it
  • Who you did it with

And explain how you felt about it

Part 3:

  • Is it important to have a break during work or study?
  • What sports do young people like to do now?
  • Are there more activities for young people now than 20 years ago?
  • Do adults and children have enough time for leisure activities nowadays?
  1. Describe your favourite type of climate

You should say:

  • What is it?
  • Is it hot or cold?
  • How often is the rain?

And explain why you like this type of climate

Part 3:

  • What are the effects of climate on one’s feelings?
  • How do people in your country feel about current climate
  • How might seasonal places in areas with four seasons affect a person’s place of residence socially and economically?
  1. Describe a product that you would like to buy in others countries

You should say:

  • What product it is
  • When you want to buy it
  • Whether it has any special feature

And explain why you want to buy it.

Part 3:

  • What is the product which is consumed most in your country? Why?
  • Did you tell anyone after buying it?
  • What are your thoughts about the trend that people buy new things instead of repairing old ones?
  • Why do people living in different regions like different foods?
  1. Describe an important river, lake or area of water in your country

You should say:

  • Where in your country it is
  • How big it is
  • What it looks like

And explain why this river, lake or area of water is important for your country

Part 3:

Water-based activities

  • (identify) the most popular water sports in…/your country
  • (give reasons) why people enjoy spending time near water
  • (agree/disagree) all children should have swimming lessons at school

The world’s rivers

  • (identify) the sorts of jobs that are associated with rivers
  • (comment on) the importance of rivers for tourism
  • (consider) the advantages and disadvantages of using rivers to transport people in cities

The world’s oceans

  • (assess) the impact of pollution on the world’s oceans
  • (suggest) why the oceans are the least explored area of the planet
  • (speculate on) whether there needs to be greater commercial use of the oceans in the future
  1. Describe the place where you took photos more than once

You should say:

  • What the place is
  • How often you take photos there
  • What you photograph there

And explain why you like to take photos there

Part 3:

  • Where do people often like to take photos?
  • Do young people take photos more than old people? Why?
  • Why do so many people spend money to take photos?
  • Why do people want a professional to take their photos?
  • When do people need a professional to take photos for them?
  • Do you think being a photographer is a good job?
  1. Describe the first day you went to school that you remember?

You should say:

  • When it happened
  • Where the school is
  • How you felt about the experience

And explain why you still remember the experience

Part 3:

  • What are the reasons for job change?
  • Are big companies better than small companies? Why?
  • What are the advantages and disadvantages coming along with changing jobs?
  • What would parents prepare for their kids when they first go to school?
  • How do children socialise with each other?
  • Is socialisation important for children?
  1. Describe a new law that you want to implement in your country

You should say:

  • What law it is
  • What changes this law has
  • Whether this new law will be popular

And explain how you came up with the idea of this law

Part 3:

  • Do you think it takes a long time to introduce a new law?
  • Which is better to make people obey the law, punish them, or encourage them to do so?
  • What rules should students follow at school?
  • Do you think children can learn about the law outside of school?
  • How can parents teach children to obey rules?
  1. Describe an important plant that grows in your country

You should say:

  • What it is
  • Where you see it What it looks like

And explain why it is important

Part 3:

  • What are the features of living in the countryside?
  • Should schools teach children how to grow plants?
  • Why do some people prefer to live in the countryside?
  • Have new kinds of plants been grown in your city recently?
  • Why do some people like to keep plants at home?
  • Are there many trees in your city?
  1. Describe an adventurous person that you know

You should say:

  • Who the person is
  • How you know this person
  • What this person does that is adventurous

And explain why you think this person likes to take risks.

Part 3:

  • Are adventurous activities popular in Vietnam? (Why?/Why not?)
  • Why do you think some people like adventurous activities?
  • Should the government pay for the cost of rescuing adventurous people who find themselves in need of help?
  • What do you think are the advantages and possible disadvantages of facing challenges?
  1. Describe a time when you took a risk and you knew something bad might happen, but it had a positive result

You should say:

  • What risk you took
  • What bad thing you thought might happen
  • Why you decided to take this risk

And explain why the result of taking this risk was positive

Part 3:

Risk-taking at different ages

  • (identify) what risks parents often tell their children to avoid
  • (consider) whether reading about danger in stories teachers children to avoid danger in real life
  • (give reasons) why older people take fewer risks than younger people

Risk-taking and leisure activities

  • (suggest) why some people enjoy sports activities that involve risk
  • (comment on) why people like watching risky activities in action movies
  • (evaluate) any benefits of experiencing risky activities in video games

Risk-taking and society

  • (agree/disagree) everything that people do involves some degree of risk
  • (evaluate) whether it is a good thing for leaders to be risk-takers
  • (consider) whether society should ever discourage risk-taking
  1. Describe something that you did with someone/ a group of people

You should say:

  • What it was
  • Who you did it with
  • How long it took you to do this

And explain why you did it with one or more people

Part 3:

  • What kinds of jobs need people to work in a team?
  • How do you get along with your neighbours?
  • What can parents do with their children to make them happy?
  • How can children improve their social skills?
  1. Describe a noisy place you have been

You should say:

  • What it is
  • When you went there
  • What you did there

And explain why you feel it’s a noisy place

Part 3:

  • Do you think it is good for children to make noise?
  • Should children not be allowed to make noise under any circumstances?
  • What kinds of noises are there in our life?
  • Which is exposed to more noise, the city or the countryside?
  • How would people usually respond to noises in your country?
  • How can people consider others’ feelings when chatting in public?
  1. Describe a time when you taught a friend or relative something useful (cooking,…)

You should say:

  • Who you taught
  • What/how you taught
  • What the result was

And explain how you felt about the experience

Part 3:

  • What practical skills can young people teach old people?
  • How can young people teach old people skills?
  • How can we know what to do when we want to learn something new?
  • Do you think ‘showing’ is a better way than ‘telling’ in education?
  • Do people in your country like to watch videos to learn something?
  • What skills can young people teach old people besides technology?
  1. Describe a film character played by an actor or actress whom you admire (or TV show).

You should say:

  • What character it is
  • Who acted the character
  • When you saw the film

And explain whether you like this character

Part 3:

  • Is it interesting to be an actor/actress?
  • What can children learn from acting?
  • Why do children like special costumes?
  • What are the differences between actors/actresses who earn much and those who earn little?
  • What are the differences between acting in a theatre and in a film?
  1. Describe a person who thinks music is important and enjoys music

You should say:

  • Who this person is
  • How you knew him/her
  • What music he/she likes
  • Why he/she thinks music is important

And explain how you feel about him/her

Part 3:

  • What do you think about playing music for children in class?
  • Why do many teachers incorporate music into the classroom?
  • Do you think there are any advantages to a shop with music playing?
  • Would people’s shopping behaviour be affected in a shop with music? How?
  • What do you think would be the effect of background music in a film?
  • Do you think very few people notice background music? Why?
  1. Describe a child that you

You should say:

  • Who this child is and how often you see him or her
  • How old this child is
  • What he or she is like

And explain what you feel about this child

Part 3:

Relationships between parents and children

  • How much time do children spend with their parents in your country?
  • Do you think that is enough?
  • How important do you think spending time together is for the relationships between parents and children? Why?
  • Have relationships between parents and children changed in recent years? Why do you think that is?

Children’s free-time activities

  • What are the most popular free-time activities with children today?
  • Do you think the free-time activities children do today are good for their health? Why is that?
  • How do you think children’s activities will change in the future? Will this be a positive change?
  1. Describe an unusual meal you had

You should say:

  • When you had it
  • Where you had it
  • Whom you had it with

And explain why it was unusual

Part 3:

  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of eating in restaurants?
  • Do you think having dinner at home is a good idea?
  • Do young people like to spend time with their families or friends?
  • What do you think are the benefits of having dinner together?
  • Do you think people are less willing to cook meals by themselves these days, compared to the past?
  1. Describe a website you often visit

You should say:

  • What it is about
  • How you found out about it
  • How often you visit it

And explain why you often visit it

Part 3:

  • What are the differences between old people and young people when they use the internet?
  • What kinds of people would still go to the library to read and study?
  • Is the library still necessary? Why?
  • Why do some people like to read the news on the internet instead of getting it from TV?
  • What’s the difference between the internet and television?
  • What are the most popular and least popular apps in Vietnam?
  1. Describe an advertisement you have seen but you did not like

You should say

  • Where and when you saw it
  • What the advertisement was for
  • What you could see in the advertisement
  • And explain why you did not like the advertisement

Part 3:

  • What role does social media play in advertising?
  • Does advertising encourage us to buy things we don’t need?
  • What do you think of celebrity endorsements in advertising?
  • What are the benefits of advertising?
  • Which one is more effective, newspaper advertising or online advertising?
  • What are the most advertised products in your country?
  1. Describe a complaint that you made and you were satisfied with the result

You should say:

  • When it happened
  • Who you complained to
  • What you complained about

And explain why you were satisfied with the result

Part 3:

  • When are people more likely to make complaints?
  • What do people often complain about?
  • Which one is better when making a complaint, by talking or by writing?
  • Who is more likely to make complaints, older people or younger people?
  • How would you react if you received poor service at a restaurant?
  • How do people often respond to poor customer service?
  1. Describe a person you met at a party who you enjoyed talking with

You should say:

  • What party it was
  • Who this person is
  • What you talked about

And explain why you enjoyed talking with him/her

Part 3:

  • In what situations would people be willing to get to know new people?
  • Where do people go to meet new people?
  • How do people start a conversation?
  • Is it difficult for Vietnamese people to communicate with people from other countries?
  • Why are some people unwilling to have conversations with others?
  • Is it difficult for adults to talk with children?
  1. Describe a piece of good news that you heard about someone you know well

You should say:

  • What it was
  • When you heard it
  • How you knew it

And explain how you felt about it

Part 3:

  • Is it good to share something on social media?
  • Should the media only publish good news?
  • How does social media help people access information?
  • What kind of good news do people often share in the community?
  • Do most people like to share good news with others?
  • Do people like to hear good news from their friends?
  1. Describe a new development in the area where you live (e.g shopping mall, park,)

You should say:

  • What the development is
  • When/where you noticed it
  • How long it took to complete it

And explain how you feel about it

Part 3:

  • What transportation do you use the most?
  • Is public transportation popular in VietNam?
  • What can be improved in public transport services?
  • What leisure facilities can be used by people of all ages?
  • Do you think young people in your country like to go to the cinema?
  1. Describe a person you have met who you want to work/study with

Follow up Q: Do your friends enjoy studying with you?

You should say:

  • Who this person is
  • How you met this person
  • How long you have known him/her

And explain why you want to work/study with him/her

Part 3:

  • Should children be encouraged to learn from their peers?
  • What benefits if you are surrounded by good co-workers?
  • What would happen if the co-workers are not good?
  • Are there values if managers build good relationships with the workers who work
  • underneath them?
  • Is it good for workers if the company applies sports facilities for them?
  • Are knowledgeable people popular at work?
  1. Describe something you would like to learn in the future

You should say:

  • What it is
  • How you would like to learn it
  • Where you would like to learn it
  • Why you would like to learn it

And explain whether it’s difficult to learn it

Part 3:

  • What’s the most popular thing to learn nowadays?
  • At what age should children start making their own decisions? Why?
  • Which makes young people choose a major, income or interest?
  • Do young people take their parents’ advice on choosing a major?
  • Besides parents, who else would people take advice from?
  • Why do some people prefer to study alone?
  1. Describe something you did that made you feel proud

You should say:

  • What it was
  • How you did it
  • How difficult it was

And explain why you felt proud of it

Part 3:

  • Which is more important, personal goals or work goals?
  • Have your life goals changed since your childhood?
  • Does everyone set goals for themselves?
  • Does everyone set goals for themselves?
  • Do you think material rewards are more important than other rewards at work?
  • What makes people feel proud of themselves?
  1. Describe a time when someone gave you something that you really wanted

You should say:

  • What it was
  • When you received it

And explain why you wanted it so much

Part 3:

  • Should employees have their own goals?
  • How should bosses reward employees?
  • What kinds of gifts do young people like to receive as rewards?
  • How should children spend their allowance money?
  • Why do people like shopping more now than in the past?
  • Do you think shopping is good for a country’s economy?
  • Who gave it to you
  1. Describe a time you taught something new to a younger person.

You should say:

  • When it happened;
  • Who you taught it to;
  • Why you taught it to this person;

And explain how you felt about it.

Part 3:

  • What skills should children learn before entering school?
  • What can children learn from teachers and parents?
  • What are the skills that you want to learn?
  • How does a good learner learn something new?
  • How can people be motivated to learn new things?
  1. Describe a special meal someone cooked for you.

You should say:

  • Who it was
  • What meal it was
  • Why he/she cooked a special meal for you

And explain how you felt about it.

Part 3:

  • Should students learn to cook in school?
  • Will people’s eating habits change?
  • Will some people never eat meat?
  • Why do many of them not eat meat?
  • What would happen if there was more meat in Vietnamese food?
  1. Describe a person who can play an instrument or has musical talents

You should say:

  • Who this person is
  • How and where you knew this person
  • Why you think he/she is talented

And explain how you found out that he/she is talented

Part 3:

  • What will children do after hearing music?
  • What kind of music do children like?
  • Why does the teacher play some music in class?
  • Why is music often played in stores?
  • How does the store owner know what kind of music is attractive?
  • Should children learn musical instruments when they are young?
  • Is music important in movies?
  1. Describe a situation someone congratulated you on something you ‘ve done well

You should say:

  • What the situation was
  • Who congratulated you
  • Why you were congratulated

And explain how you felt

Part 3:

  • On which occasions do people congratulate you in your country?
  • What kinds of ways do people celebrate in your country?
  • Why do some people want to be successful?
  1. Describe a small shop or store you often go to

You should say:

  • Where it is
  • What type of people go there
  • What types of goods are sold there

And explain why you go there and like/dislike most about it.

Part 3:

  • How do you look upon online shopping?
  • Are there any changes in the way people shop today and the past?
  • Is there any difference between the shopping habits of the old and young?
  • What is the difference between going to the shopping mall and going to a small shop?
  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of online shopping?
  1. Describe something kind that someone did for you

You should say:

  • Who this person was
  • Where and when it happened

And explain how you felt after they did this

Part 3:

  • How essential is it for people to be nice to one another?
  • What are some of the benefits of being nice in our daily lives?
  • Do you believe individuals are inherently predisposed to be friendly, or must it be taught?
  1. Describe a restaurant that you like to go to with your family or friends.

You should say:

  • Where is it?
  • Why did you choose this restaurant?
  • What kind of food do you like there?

And explain why you enjoyed eating in this restaurant.

Part 3:

  • Why do you think people go to restaurants when they want to celebrate something?
  • Which are more popular in your country: fast food restaurants or traditional restaurants?
  • Why do you think that is?
  • Do you think there will be a greater choice of food available in shops in the future, or will there be less choice?
  • What effects has modern technology had on the way food is produced?
  1. Describe a difficult thing you did well

You should say:

  • What it was
  • How you overcame the difficulties
  • Whether you got help

And explain how you felt after you succeeded

Part 3:

  • Should people set goals for themselves?
  • How would you define success?
  • How can we judge whether young people are successful nowadays?
  • Are successful people often lonely?
  • What kinds of success can students achieve at school?
  • Should students be proud of their success?
  1. Describe an important letter that you received

You should say:

  • Who wrote it to you
  • What the letter was about
  • How you felt about the letter

And explain why the letter was important to you.

Part 3:

  • What are the differences between emails and handwritten letters?
  • Will the hand-written letters become obsolete in the future? Why?
  • Why should we write letters to friends and relatives?
  • What are the important qualities of a good letter?
  1. Describe a food of another country you would like to try

You should say:

  • What it is
  • Where you can eat it
  • How you know about this food

And explain why you would like to try it

Part 3:

  • What is the food of your country cooked at home?
  • Any equipment to help cook that previous people did not have?
  • Few people today can’t cook, is it true?
  • Is it a good idea to teach children about food?

[UPDATE]

  1. Describe a TV program that you like to watch
  2. Describe a song that you remember from your childhood
  3. Describe a time when you gave a gift to someone
  4. Describe a people who won a competition
  5. Describe one of your favourite books from your childhood.
  6. Describe a group or a club you have ever joined
  7. Describe an area of your hometown that has recently changed quite quickly
  8. Describe a place (near where you live ) where people go to swim
  9. Describe something interesting you would like to do
  10. Describe a foreign culture that you are interested in
  11. Describe a time when you lost something
  12. Describe a ” Dream job” when you were a child
  13. Describe a piece of furniture in your home
  14. Describe a subject that you studied ( in secondary or highschool) that you thought was
  15. interesting
  16. Describe something you made yourself (either alone or with others)

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