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IELTS Speaking Practice: Changes

In this post, we discuss IELTS speaking topic “Changes ” with sample questions/answers.

PRACTICE TEST

Speaking Part 1:

1. Are you open to change?

Changes are constantly happening. Yes, I am open to change. In our monotonous life, it is the only thing that keeps us going. Getting habituated is human nature. Thus every time with the emergence of new changes, they tend to get habituated with.

2. Are there any changes in your city or hometown?

Yes, like I have grown, my city has also developed. What used to be a small stall selling fast food has turned into a restaurant today. The kaccha roads are reconstructed to pakka roads. All the grounds, where we used to play as a child, have turned into multiplexes.

3. How have the changes benefited you?

Changes have always benefited us even if we think otherwise. With the advancement of the city, no matter how sad you become to witness your childhood memories change, I have always looked at the greater picture. A trip from my workplace to my hometown used to take 3 hours and now it hardly takes 1 hour. Thus it is an advantage.

4. What do you plan to change next year?

I have nothing in mind specifically but I want to change and renovate my home this coming summer. On the contrary I want to make some changes in my CV, like learning a new coding language and a new foreign language.

Speaking Part 2

Describe a positive change that you made to your life

You should say:

  • When it happened
  • Where it happened
  • What the change was
  • And explain how you have benefited from this change ( or, explain how you feel about this change)

Sample Answer

Speaking Part 3: Follow-up Questions

  1. What kind of events may be life-changing events?
  2. Do people in your country change jobs very often? Do you think that’s good?
  3. How do you think employers could encourage employees not to change jobs?
  4. Why do so many people in your country move to a different city or even go overseas to study or work?
  5. What do you think are the major challenges of working or studying in another country?
  6. Are young people in your country today more mature than in the past?
  7. What can young people learn from older people?
  8. Do you think young people can adapt to changes easier than old people?
  9. Do you think your country has gone through a lot of changes in recent years?
  10. What are the most positive changes?
  11. Do you think there will be more changes in the future?

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