1. Describe a water sport you would like to try in the future. You should say:
– what sport it is
– When and where would you do it
– What preparations and equipment you would need
and explain why you would like to try this sport

Part 3

  • Can you suggest why many people like to be in a place near water?
  • Why do think transport on the water was developed?

2.Describe a friend or a person who encouraged you to achieve a goal. You should say:
– What this person is
– What this person encourage you to do
– What this person have help
And explain why this encouragement help you to achieve the goal

Part 3

  • Is it important for teenagers to have goals?
  • What do you think would encourage young children to learn more?
  • How should we encourage children?
  • How could we make children interested in things that they don’t have interest?

3.Describe a singer that you like. You should say:
– Who he/she is
– Where and when you heard him/her sing for the first time
– What types of song she/he sings
and explain why you like his/her music

Part 3

  • Why do some people seem to be better at singing than others?
  • Do you think there are benefits from being able to sing well?
  • Do you think people need to learn how to sing (or is it a natural skill)?
  • Do you think everyone (or anyone) can be trained to become a singer?
  • Do you think women are better singers than men?
  • What advice would you give someone if they wanted to learn to sing?

4.Describe a time that you got up early in the morning
– when it happened
– why you got up early
– who you were with
and explain how you felt about getting up early.
Part 3

  • What effect would sleeping late have on one’s life?
  • What do you think are the benefits of getting up early?
  • What kinds of jobs require people to get up early?
  • Do you think old people find it easier to get up early than young people?
  • What time do people usually get to bed (in your country)?
  • What do you think are the benefits of having a nap in the middle of the day?

5.Describe a quiz program or game show on TV you like. You should say:
– What it is
– How you know it
– What it is like
– Why you like it

Part 3

  • Do people in your country like to watch TV?
  • Why do some people like to watch TV on their computer?
  • Are there any differences between the games children’s games and adults’ games?

6.Describe a time that you invited family or friends to have dinner at home or in a restaurant
– who organized this meal
– where you had it
– what you talked about during the meal
– what you ate and drank
and explain why you had this meal with your friends.
Part 3

  • Do people in your country prefer to eat at home or in restaurants?
  • What would you say are the benefits and drawbacks of eating in a restaurant?
  • What do people usually cook for special festivals? FQ
  • More and more people are having (or, getting) their meals delivered, so would people cook at home?

7. Describe a piece of information that you think is not correct. You should say:

  •  what information
  •  where you heard/read this information
  •  when you heard/read it
  •   and explain why you think it is incorrect.

Part 3

  • What kind of job need giving information?
  • How can someone tell if the information they receive is right or wrong?
  • Would you say people trust the information that is found online?

8.Describe a person who has interesting ideas or opinions. You should say:

  •  who this person is
  •  how you know this person
  •  what interesting ideas/opinions he or she has
  •   and explain you think why his/her ideas are interesting.

Part 3

  • At what age do you think (young) people begin to have their own ideas? (Why?)
  • When do children start to have their own ideas?
  • Who do you think has more influence on children’s ideas, their parents or their teachers?
  • Can you suggest why children, as they grow older, have more and more disagreements with their parents about ideas?

9. Describe a historical building you have visited. You should say:

  •  where it was
  •  what it looked like
  •  what you learned there
  •  and explain why you visited this historical building

Part 3

  • Are there any historical buildings in your hometown?
  • Do people in your country often visit historical buildings?
  • Do children like to go to that kind of place?
  • Do you think people who damage historical relics should be put in prison?
  • Would people in your country agree to using government funds to preserve historical buildings?

10. Describe a prize you would like to win/ Describe an award you would like to receive. You should say:

  • what prize (or award) it is (or, would be)
  • how you know about (or learned about) this prize/award
  • what you would need to do to get it (or, how you would win it)
  •  and explain why you would like to win this prize (or, receive this award)

Part 3

  • Is it good to have competition?
  • Do you think it’s good to award prizes in school and/university?
  • Do you think companies should give their employees prizes?

11. Describe a person you know who speaks a foreign language well. You should say:

  • who this person is
  • what language(s) they know
  • what he/she uses this language (or, these languages) for
  • and explain why you think they (he/she) learned it well.

Part 3

  • Do you think if it’s possible to learn a language perfectly?
  • Is learning a new language important?
  • What benefits for one’s career does knowledge of foreign languages bring?
  • Who do you think learns a language faster, children or adults?
  • Do you think that English will become the most commonly used language in the world?
  • Do you think foreigners will be learning your language in the future?

12. Describe a time when you used the internet to solve a problem. You should say:

  •  what problem it was
  •  when you did this
  •  how long it took you
  •  and explain why you used the internet to solve this problem.

Part 3

  • What influence does the internet have on people (individually), and the society?
  • Do you think libraries will disappear one day?
  • What do people use the internet for?
  • Would you say many people waste time “surfing the internet”? 
  • How do you think people will be using the internet in 10 years (time)?

13. Describe a time you received a call from someone you don’t know. You should say:

  •  when it was
  •  where you were when you received it
  •  what the call was about
  •  and explain how you felt (after) when you received this call.

Part 3

  •  Do you think it’s good to talk loudly on a bus?
  • In your opinion, would it be a good idea to have laws prohibiting speaking loudly in public?

14. Describe a famous person (still living), not from your country, who you would like to meet. You should say:

  • where this person comes from
  • how you first learned about him or her
  • why / how this person is famous
  • and explain why you would like to meet this person

Part 3

  • How do people become famous?
  • Do you think there are any drawbacks from being famous?

15. Describe a person who helps others in his spare time. You should say:

  • who he or she is;
  • what he or she always does to help others;
  • why he or she always helps others;
  • and explain how you feel about this person.
  1. Describe a park or garden you visited and liked. You should say:
  • where it was;
  • what it looked like;
  • what you did there;
  • and explain why you liked it there.

 Describe a time the vehicle you were travelling in broke down. You should say:

  • where you were going;
  • who you were with;
  • how long it took to fix the vehicle;
  • and explain how you felt about it.
  1. Describe something special you brought back home from a holiday. You should say:
  • what it was;
  • when and where you bought it;
  • why you bought it;
  • and explain how you felt about it.
  1. Describe a piece of clothing you often wear. You should say:
  • what it looks like;
  • how often you wear it;
  • where you got it;
  • and explain why you like it.
  1. Describe a time you gave advice to others. You should say:
  • who you gave the advice to;
  • what advice you gave;
  • why this person needed your advice;
  • and explain how useful the advice was.
  1. Describe something a child did that made you laugh. You should say:
  • who the child was;
  • how old he or she was;
  • what he or she did;
  • and explain why it made you laugh.

 22. Describe a practical skill you learnt. You should say:

  • what the skill was;
  • who you learnt it from;
  • how you learnt it;
  • and explain how useful it was.

 

  1. Describe an impressive advertisement you remember well. You should say:
  • when and where you saw it;
  • what was advertised;
  • what the contents of the advertisements were;
  • and explain why you remember it well.
  1. Describe an unusual vacation you had. You should say:
  • when and where you went;
  • who you went with;
  • what you did there;
  • and explain why it was unusual.
  1. Describe a regular thing you do every day. You should say:
  • what you do;
  • when and where you do it;
  • how long you spend doing it;
  • and explain why you always do this thing.
  1. Describe a person you know who is beautiful or handsome. You should say:

who this person is;

when and where you first met;

what personality he or she has;

and explain why you think this person is beautiful or handsome.

  1. Describe someone you would like to work or study with. You should say:
  • who this person is;
  • what you would like to work on with this person;
  • whether you’ve worked together before;
  • and explain why you would like to work with this person.

 

  1. Describe an intelligent person you know. You should say:
  • who the person is;
  • how old this person is;
  • what he does;
  • and explain why you think he or she is intelligent.

 

  1. Describe an interesting old person you met. You should say:
  • who this person was;
  • how you met this person;
  • what you did or talked about;
  • and explain why you think this person was interesting.

 

 

  1. Describe a person you wanted to be similar to when you were growing up. You should say:
  • who the person was;
  • how you got to know this person;
  • what impressed you most about this person;
  • and explain why you wanted to be like this person.

 

  1. Describe a new public facility, such as a road, a park, or a shopping center, which improves your local area. You should say:
  • what facility it is;
  • where it is located;
  • who uses this public facility;
  • and explain how it improves your local area.

 

  1. Describe a perfect house you saw. You should say:
  • when and where you saw it;
  • what it looked like;
  • what special features it had;
  • and explain why you liked it.

 

  1. Describe a kind of food people eat on special occasions. You should say:
  • what it is;
  • how it is cooked
  • why people eat it;
  • and explain how you feel about this kind of food.

 

  1. Describe something you bought but don’t use very often. You should say:
  • what it is;
  • when and where you bought it;
  • why you bought it;
  • and explain why you don’t use it very often.

 

  1. Describe a time you found something someone lost. You should say:
  • what it was;
  • when and where you found it;
  • what you did after you found it;
  • and explain how you felt about finding it.

 

  1. Describe a friend s success that you were proud of. You should say:
  • what he or she did;
  • why he or she did this;
  • what difficulties he or she had to overcome;
  • and explain why you were proud of his or her success.

 

  1. Describe a time you received bad service at a shop or a restaurant. You should say:
  • what goods or services you bought;
  • who you were with
  • when you were served;
  • and explain how you felt about the service.

 

  1. Describe an outdoor sport you would like to try for the first time. You should say:
  • what sport it is;
  • how you got to know it;
  • whether it is difficult to do;
  • and explain why you would like to try it.

 

  1. Describe an activity you do to stay healthy. You should say:
  • what you do;
  • when you started doing it;
  • how much time you spend doing it;
  • and explain how this activity helps you stay healthy.

 

  1. Describe a period of time in the history of your country that you want to know more about. You should say:
  • when it was;
  • what happened during that period of time;
  • who played an important role in this period of time;
  • and explain why you want to know more about the time period

 

  1. Describe a subject you didn’t like before but have interest now. You should say:
  • what it is;
  • when you studied the subject;
  • why you didn’t like it before;
  • and explain why you have an interest in it now.
  1. Describe a time you enjoyed a free day off work or school. You should say:
  • when it was;
  • what you did;
  • how long the free time lasted;
  • and explain how you felt about it.
  1. Describe something you want to do but don’t have time for. You should say:
  • what it is;
  • why you would like to do it;
  • how easy or difficult it is to do it;
  • and explain why you don’t time for it.
  1. Describe a job your grandparent did. You should say:
  • what job it was;
  • when and where your grandparent did the job;
  • how long he or she did the job;
  • and explain how you think about this job.
  1. Describe something you do that helps your work or study. You should say:
  • what it is;
  • how you do it;
  • when and where you usually do it;
  • and explain how it helps your work or study.
  1. Describe a party you enjoyed. You should say:
  • when and where it took place:
  • who held the party;
  • what people did at the party;
  • and explain why you enjoyed it.
  1. Describe a piece of good news you recently heard on TV or the Internet. You should say:
  • what the news was about;
  • when you got this news;
  • where you got this news from;
  • and explain why you think it was a good piece of news.
  1. Describe an important decision you made with the help of others. You should say:
  • what it was about;
  • who helped you make this decision;
  • what happened after the decision was made;
  • and explain how you felt about the decision.
  1. Describe a time you changed your plan. You should say:
  • what the plan was;
  • why you changed it;
  • what you did instead;
  • and explain how you felt about changing the plan.
  1. Describe a good law in your country. You should say:
  • what the law is;
  • how you first learned about it;
  • who the law affects;
  • and explain why you think this is a good law.
  1. Describe a place you plan to travel to that is far away from your home. You should say:
  • where it would be;
  • how you would like to go there;
  • what you would do there;
  • and explain why you would like to go there.
  1. Describe a game that you played in your childhood. You should say:
  • What the game was
  • When you played it
  • Who you played it with
  • How you felt about the game
  1. Describe a time you taught a young person how to do a thing. You should say:
  • what you taught;
  • who you taught it to;
  • why you taught it to this person;
  • and explain how you felt about it.
  1. Describe an important plant in your country. You should say:
  • What it is
  • Where you see it
  • What it looks like
  • Why it is important
  1. Describe a situation that others didn’t tell you the whole truth. You should say:
  • what the situation was;
  • who was involved;
  • why they didn’t tell you the whole truth;
  • and explain how you felt when you found out you were not told the whole truth.

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