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Please note that at the beginning of the IELTS Speaking test, the examiner will always ask the same standard introductory questions to check the candidate's identity. These questions are not included in these mock tests. The introductory questions will look something like this:

  1. Good morning (good afternoon). My name's X. Can you tell me your full name, please?
  2. What can I call you?
  3. Can you tell me where you are from?
  4. Can I see your identification, please?

Part 1

Let's talk about what you do.
  • Do you work or are you a student?
  • What work do you do? / What are you studying?
  • Why did you choose to do the type of work that you do? / Why did you choose the subject you are studying?
  • Do you plan to continue doing this work in the future? / Was it an easy choice?
Let's talk about clothes.
  • Are clothes important to you?
  • Do you think you'll be wearing the same kind of clothes when you are older?
  • Are clothes expensive in your country?
  • Are young people in your country interested in fashion?
Let's talk about films.
  • How often do you watch a film?
  • Do you prefer to watch films in a cinema or at home?
  • Has your taste in films changed since you were younger?
  • Do you watch foreign films?

Part 2

Describe what you did last weekend. You should say:
  • What you did
  • Who you met
  • Whether you enjoyed it

And explain what your normal weekend is like.

Follow-up question

Are you looking forward to next weekend?

Part 3

  • What do most people in your country do at the weekend?
  • Do you think two days of rest at the weekend is enough?
  • If the government changed weekends from two days to three days, what do you think the result would be?
  • Do you think working at home might become more common in the future?