IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic

Neighbours IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic Neighbours

Here are some of the questions asked:

1. Do you know the people who live next door to you?

Knowing is a big word I’d say. I’ve seen them multiple times in the hallway or passing on the stairs. We say hello to each other, but that’s about it. So, I know who lives next door to us, but I don’t know what kind of people they are.

We live in a small village, so there’s no escaping each other. Everybody knows everybody, so naturally we also know our neighbours. We often go over for tea or they’ve even had dinner at our house on multiple occasions.

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2. Do you like your neighbours?

3. How often do you see each other?

4. What kind of relationship do you have with your neighbours?

5. Are neighbours usually close to each other in your country?

6. What is your neighbourhood like?

7. Do you think your neighbourhood is a good place for children?

8. How could your neighbourhood be improved?

9. Do you think it is important to have a good relationship with your neighbours?

10. How can neighbours be helpful?

11. What kind of problems can people have with their neighbours in a big city?

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