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|IELTS スピーキング パート１ Businessトピック ー 頻出例題
|IELTS スピーキング パート１ Educationトピック ー 頻出例題
|IELTS スピーキング 対策まとめ
【頻出例題】IELTS スピーキング パート１ Businessトピック
Q.Do you enjoy your job or study?
A.Yes, I really enjoy my job. Ever since I was a child I have always wanted to be a doctor; I’ve always wanted to be able to help people.
Q.What's the best thing about your job?
A.The best thing about my job is that I can make a difference in people’s lives. It’s a great feeling to see someone recover after an illness because my colleagues and I were able to help.
Q.Do you prefer working alone or with others?
A.In a hospital you have to work as part of a team. I’ve gotten used to working with others, and I think you can achieve a lot more as a team than you would alone.
Q.Could you tell me a typical day of yours at work?
A.Sure, I typically start work at 9am. From that point onwards I address and reply to consumer and client emails. Once that is complete, I meet with my supervisors, and if they ask, I prepare the board room for an afternoon meeting. This requires me to send out formal group invitations to requested employees, prepare baked goods and tea, and make a document to prepare meeting minutes. By 5pm I wrap up all daily tasks and prepare to go home.
Q.What is your dream job?
A.My dream job is anything that will allow me the opportunity to travel, earn a decent salary, spend enough time with my family, and allow me the time to heal after sickness or injury without perjury from supervisors and coworkers.
【例題】IELTS スピーキング パート１ Educationトピック
Q.Did you go to secondary/high school near where you lived? Why or why not?
A.No, I didn't go to a high school close to my place. I was interested in improving my English, but the schools close to my house didn't have a good curriculum. Instead of going to a local public school, I commuted about an hour to go to a school with good English language courses.
Q.What did you like about your secondary/high school? Why?
A.I liked the teachers there. They were very unique, had a lot of knowledge, loved students, and were very creative in how they delivered and organized classroom activities. To this day, I still keep in touch with some of the teachers from that school.
Q.Tell me about anything you didn’t like at your school.
A.I didn't like how girls had cliques and how they hung out only with their friends in their groups. I'm a kind of person who wants to hang out with many people, so building friendships beyond my clique was a challenge.
Q.How do you think your school could be improved? Why or why not?
A.I think my school could be improved in terms of their facilities. One of the gymnasiums was very old, and there was a rumor that the roof would fall off if a big earthquake should occur. Also, classrooms were small compared to the number of students. I recently heard that the school is now under construction to renew their facilities though.
Q.Do you think it's better to have a teacher or to teach yourself?
A.Well, there's no substitute for a good teacher. I think you can teach yourself, but you can learn a lot more quickly with the guidance of a teacher. For example, when learning a language, you really need someone to correct your mistakes; you can get the grammar and vocabulary from books, but books can't tell you where you're going wrong.
Work or Study
Why did you choose to do that type of work (or, that job)?
Do you miss being a student?
Is it very interesting?
Do you like your job?
Why did you choose to study that subject? / Why did you choose to study those subjects?
Is it very interesting?
What subject(s) are you studying?
Do you prefer to study in the mornings or the afternoons?
Are you looking forward to working?
Do you like your subject? (why/why not?)
What kind of housing/accommodation do you live in?
Do you live in a house or a flat?
What’s the difference between where you are living now and where you have lived in the past?
Can you describe the place where you live?
Which room does your family spend most of the time in?
How long have you lived there?
What do you usually do in your house/flat/room?
Do you plan to live there for a long time?
Are the transport facilities to your home very good?
Please describe the room you live in?
Do you prefer living in a house or a flat?
What part of your home do you like the most?
What’s the name of your hometown (again)?
Is that a big city or a small place?
How long have you been living there?
Do you like your hometown?
Is there anything you dislike about it?
What do you like (most) about your hometown?
Do you like living there?
Please describe your hometown a little.
Do you think you will continue living there for a long time?
Do you like reading?
Do you like to read at home or in other places?
In what places do you think it is difficult to read?
Do you like to read by yourself or with other people?
Getting up early
Do you often get up early in the morning?
What do you usually do when you get up early?
Do you get up early on weekends?
Which morning do you like best in a week?
Do you like singing?
When do you sing?
Will you take singing lessons in the future?
Did you enjoy singing when you were young?
Is it easy for you to remember people’s names?
How do you remember people’s names?
How do you feel when people cannot remember your name?
Do you often forget people’s names?
What scenery can you see from the window of your home/dormitory?
Do you like to watch the scenery from your window?
Do you want to live in a house with beautiful window views?
How do you feel when you cannot see any beautiful view from you window?
Do you think museums are important?
Are there any museums in your hometown?
Do you often visit a museum?
When was the last time you visited a museum?
Which part of your country do you want to live in?
What makes you feel proud of your country?
Do you know the history of your country well?
Will you stay in Japan in the future?
IELTS スピーキング パート1まとめ