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Common Questions and Topics of IELTS Speaking Test 1

In the IELTS speaking test 1, the candidate has to appear for a face to face interview with the examiner. This entire process of the interview will take about four to five minutes in which there are 12 questions based on 3 topics.


Of course, part one of the IELTS Speaking Test is quite difficult as candidates hesitate to converse fluently with the examiner. However, you have to prepare for that interview session in advance because the examiner can ask any question that can be related to your life, country, job etc.

To make your IELTS Speaking Part 1 session with the examiner easier, below is the list of topics and questions that you can expect from the examiner.

First of all, look at the list of common topics –

  • Family and Friends
  • Life
  • Hobbies
  • Daily Routine
  • Birthdays
  • Work Life
  • Study
  • Hometown
  • Childhood
  • Weather
  • Reading

 Now, let’s discuss in detail about the most common topics and questions that you should prepare for it for your final IELTS exam.

Daily Routine

  1. At what time do you usually get up in the morning?
  2. What’s an important part of your Daily Routine?
  3. What is your daily routine?
  4. What are your views regarding the daily routine?
  5. Do you ever feel that you need to change your daily routine?


  1. Why did you choose this job?
  2. What kind of roles and responsibilities do you handle on the job?
  3. If you get a good opportunity to change your job, then would you like to change it?
  4. What are your future plans and what do you expect from your job?
  5. Do you cooperate with your colleagues?


  1. Where do you put up?
  2. Do you live in a house or a flat?
  3. How many rooms are there in your home and which room is your favorite?
  4. What’s your neighborhood being like?
  5. What is your future plan related to your home like any plans for shifting or renovating it entirely?


  1. Do you keep a pocket dictionary always?
  2. What kind of dictionaries is beneficial?
  3. For learning a language, do you think that dictionaries will be helpful?
  4. What type of information you usually search in the dictionary?

 Family and Friends  

  1. How much time do you spend with your family?
  2. Who you are close to in your family?
  3. Would you prefer to spend time with your family or friends?
  4. Who is your best friend and why do call him/her your best friend?
  5. Are you still friends with people from your childhood?

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