In IELTS Speaking Part-1 Spending time with others, there will be a question/answer session between the candidate and the examiner around the topic.
Examiner will also ask some general questions at the beginning about the candidate, for instance, about where you live, where you work, study etc.
The probable set of IELTS Speaking Part-1 Spending time with others topic questions are listed below:
- Do you like talking with people? Why?
- How do you like spending time with your friends?
- Would you prefer to study alone or with others?
- Do you remember a time when you need to cooperate with others?
Topic – Spending time with others
1. Do you like talking with people? Why?
Yes! I am fond of socializing with people. Because I am an inquisitive person. I like talking to people to know about them, their views and their experiences and also to share my stories as well. I have a job with an ample amount of public dealing and as such I talk to hundreds of people on weekly basis.
3. Would you prefer to study alone or with others?
Honestly speaking, I prefer to study in isolation. Because I hate distractions which are too common in group studies. Moreover, being a solo reader, I can plan a study schedule that works best for me and take breaks when I please.
4. Do you remember a time when you need to cooperate with others?
Yes, there was a time when I collaborated with Government agencies and NGO partners to launch a social welfare programme – Unnati. The project was my brainchild. From planning till execution, everything was a team effort.
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