IELTS Speaking Part 2 Topic


Describe a journey you went on.

You Should say:

  • where you went
  • why you went to this particular place
  • what you did and with whom

and describe why you enjoyed your journey? Or, if not, why?

Describe a long walk you had.

You should say

  • When this happened
  • where you walked
  • who were you with

Also, explain how you felt after the long walk.

Describe a hotel you have stayed in.

You should say:

  • Where the hotel is
  • Why you stayed at that particular hotel
  • Give details description of the hotel and the view from it

and explain what makes the hotel special.

Describe a foreign country you have never been to.

You should say:

  • where the country is
  • when you will go there
  • why you would like to go there

and explain why this is a good country to visit.

Describe a quiet place that you like to go.

You should say :

  • where it is ?
  • when you go there?
  • why you like the place?

also, explain when was the last time you went there?

Describe your holidays.

You should say:

  • Where you go for the holidays
  • how long they last
  • Who you go with

and talk about anything interesting happens during your holidays.

Describe an interesting holiday destination.

You should say:

  • what the place is
  • what you can see and do there
  • what time of the year it is better to be there

and explain why you like it.

Describe a city you have visited /Describe your favourite city.

You should say:

  • what is the name and where is it
  • when you visited it.
  • why did you like it
  • what are the attractive places of this city

and explain what influence did the city have on you.

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