IELTS Speaking Part 1: Topic Voice
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.