In this section, a list of IELTS speaking latest cue cards for September-December 2019 are given and you can download the whole pdf from the given link as well. All the topics are very important for IELTS speaking exam.
Quick Tip :
Before beginning with the solution, we would recommend you to try to think as many points as you can in your mind or write them down on the paper. Try to construct the sentences with proper vocabulary. IELTS speaking test is for assessing your vocabulary and grammar. Try to speak in front of mirror and always record your speech in mobile phone and listen to it. It will enable you to identify your mistakes. IELTS examination is not all about how many exercises you have completed instead how well you have improved in each exercise. So, try to improve your language.
CUE CARD LIST:
1. Talk about an interesting conversation.
2. Describe a film you would like to share with your friends.
3. Describe a place where you read and write, apart from your home.
4. Describe a school you went to in your childhood.
5. Talk about a toy you liked in your childhood.
6. Describe a person who likes to travel by plane.
7. Talk about someone who is professional in his or her job.
8. When was the first time you admired the sky.
9. A leisure activity that you do with your family.
10. Describe a place full of colour. [Read More]
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The above model answer is for your reference only. According to your ideas you should change the sentences. This structure is for your reference, do not copy this word to word, instead try to convert it in your own words. The purpose of this format is to show you the proper structure which you should follow to get 7+ bands in IELTS speaking.
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