Evening Time, Computers, Collecting Things (IELTS Speaking Part-1 Answers)

In IELTS Speaking Part-1 Evening Time, Computers, Collecting Things topics, there will be a Question & Answer session between the candidate and the examiner around one of these topics, 5-6 questions at most.

The examiner will also ask some general questions at the beginning about the candidate, for instance, about where you live, where you work, study etc.

Evening Time, Computers, Collecting Things (IELTS Speaking Part-1 Answers)
Evening time, Computers, Collecting things
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Topic #1 – Evening Time

Following are the probable set of IELTS Speaking part – 1 questions that may be asked around Evening time:

  • Do you like the morning or evening?
  • What do you usually do in the evening?
  • What did you do in the evening when you were little? Why?
  • Are there any differences between what you do in the evening now and what you did in the past?

Do you like the morning or evening?

I am a morning person as I often get to enjoy the feeling of sunshine on my skin. Because everyone is busy getting ready for the day, the environment is quieter than in the evening or at night. The only sound you can hear is the wind chirping. When it has rained the night before, you can often smell the dirt and trees in the air, which gives you a nice feeling.

Normally, I watch TV, play some Cricket and spend time with my family in the evening hours. Sometimes, I read a self-help book when I lack motivation.

What did you do in the evening when you were little? Why?

As a child, all I wanted to do was go outside and play with my friends because the morning and afternoon were consumed by school and school-related activities. During vacations, I used to play a lot of video games as well.

Are there any differences between what you do in the evening now and what you did in the past?

Yes, as I already stated, evening time in my childhood was synonymous with friends; currently, I prefer to spend my nights with myself, my family, and occasionally with friends.

Topic #2 – Computers

Following are the probable set of IELTS Speaking part – 1 questions that may be asked around Computers:

  • In what conditions would you use a computer?
  • When was the first time you used a computer?
  • What would your life be like without computers?
  • In what conditions would it be difficult for you to use a computer?

In what conditions would you use a computer?

well, I would use a computer at home for several purposes like online bill payment, watching movies or shows at home, home tutoring, social media access, playing games, internet access, etc. Whereas, a computer would be primarily used to store and manage accounts and personal data, maintain projects, track inventory status, and make reports in the office.

When was the first time you used a computer?

I was in 5th standard when I used a computer for the first time. I use my computer throughout the day to check my email, Google information, hold online meetings, make reservations for flights or trains, reserve a table at a restaurant, book a hotel for a vacation, or make payments for other items.

What would your life be like without computers?

It would be an existential crisis without computers. It’s tough to envision living without computers nowadays; there will be limited connectivity. To replace it, one would need a camera, a dictionary, an atlas, a calculator, a watch, and so on. There will be no doorstep delivery, online classes, or long-distance face-to-face interactions. The list goes on and on.

In what conditions would it be difficult for you to use a computer?

When I am feeling unwell, the internet is down, or there is no power; it would be difficult to use a computer.

Topic #3 – Collecting Things

Following are the probable set of IELTS Speaking part – 1 questions that may be asked around Collecting things:

  • Do you collect things?
  • Are there any things you keep from childhood?
  • Would you keep old things for a long time? Why?
  • Where do you usually keep things you need?

Do you collect things?

Yes, collecting things has been my childhood hobby. Coins, stones, posters, movies, seashells, toys, art, manuscripts, stamps, and coffee mugs are some of the things I collected as a child.

Are there any things you keep from childhood?

There are two childhood things – A Baseball Cap and a seashell, I’ve kept in the chest of my drawer. They’re in pretty good condition.

Would you keep old things for a long time? Why?

Because I am an emotional person, letting go of sentimental items is tough for me. So I keep some old stuff closer to my heart for a long time.

Where do you usually keep things you need?

My daily necessities are stored near at hand in my cupboards and chest of drawers. I make sure to label everything so I can find it when I need it.


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IELTS Speaking Part-1 Questions & Answers

These IELTS Speaking Part 1 topics – ‘Evening Time, Computers, Collecting Things’ with Band 9 sample answers will help you to improve your language skills instantly.

I hope you’ve now learnt how to answer these topics. However, it is strongly advised not to reproduce the same answer during a speaking examination, as it may be used by many of our readers on the site. You should rather reformulate and personalise your answer.

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