IELTS Speaking Part 1: Topic Voice

IELTS Speaking Part 1: Topic Voice

  1. Is your voice similar to that of a family member?

→ I don’t think so. My parents have heavy local accents from central Vietnam while I don’t. I guess it’s because I was born and raised in the south. Not to mention that my parents’ voices are much thicker than mine.

  1. Do you enjoy recording your voice and listening to it?

→ I used to feel quite awkward when recording and listening to my own voice, but now, I really enjoy it. Actually, it’s the thing I do every day to become more fluent at speaking English. By listening to my voice, I can easily check my pronunciation, fluency and intonation.

  1. Was your voice different when you were young?

→ I’m not sure but I don’t think there have been any significant changes in my voice. I’ve always had this high-pitched voice. To be honest, I don’t really like my voice because it doesn’t sound “mature” at all.

  1. Does everyone have the same voice?

→ I guess not since I have never met two people with the same voice, let alone everyone. Voices vary from person to person and it either will be different in pitch, volume or tone.

  1. Are you using the same voice all the time?

→ Probably no. Whenever I am in a heated discussion , I often raise the tone and volume of my voice in order to place more emphasis on the message I am delivering.

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