Speaking Club September 2😊
• What's the last book you read, and what did you enjoy about it?
• How do you choose the books you want to read? Do you have a favorite genre?
• Do you prefer reading physical books or e-books? Why?
• What's a book that you've read multiple times because you love it so much? What draws you back to it?
• How do you find time for reading in your daily routine? What's your reading ritual like?
• Have you ever been so engrossed in a book that you lost track of time? Which book was it?
• Are there any books that have changed the way you think or view the world? What impact did they have on you?
• Do you enjoy discussing books with others after you've finished reading them? Why or why not?
• If you could meet any author, living or deceased, who would it be and why?
• How do you feel when a book you're really enjoying comes to an end? Do you ever wish for sequels or more chapters?
• Turn over a new leaf:
• Definition: To start fresh or make a positive change in one's life.
• Example: "After finishing that inspiring book, I felt motivated to turn over a new leaf and pursue my goals."
• Read between the lines:
• Definition: To understand the hidden or implied meaning in a text.
• Example: "The author didn't directly mention it, but if you read between the lines, you can see the character's true feelings."
• Hit the books:
• Definition: To start studying or reading intensively.
• Example: "I have an important exam coming up, so I need to hit the books and review all the material."
• What's your favorite way to spend a lazy weekend afternoon?
• If you could learn any new skill just for fun, what would it be and why?
• What's a hobby you enjoy that you could spend hours doing without getting bored?
• How do you like to unwind after a long and busy day?
• If you had a whole day to yourself with no obligations, how would you choose to spend it?
• Kick back and relax:
• Definition: To take it easy and unwind, often by enjoying leisure activities.
• Example: "After a busy week at work, I like to kick back and relax by watching my favorite TV shows."
• On cloud nine:
• Definition: To be extremely happy or joyful.
• Example: "Winning the game put me on cloud nine for the rest of the day."
IELTS Speaking Exam part 2
• Describe a place you have visited that has a lot of natural beauty.
• Talk about an important decision you recently made and its impact on your life.
• Describe a time when you had to overcome a challenge or obstacle.
• Have you ever thought about starting your own store or business? What would you sell?
• What does it mean to have a job or work at a job? Can you give an example?
• Do you know what a boss is? What do they do?
• What's your favorite thing about going to a store or a restaurant?
• Have you ever earned money for doing something, like chores or helping someone? What did you do with the money?
• Can you think of a job that helps keep people safe, like a police officer or a firefighter?
• Do you know why people use money? What can you do with money?
• What's a product you really like? It could be a toy, a snack, or something else.
• Do you know what a customer is? Have you ever been a customer?
• Can you think of a place where people go to buy food? What's that place called?
• Have you ever seen a delivery truck? What do you think they deliver?
• What's the difference between a small business and a big business?
• Do you know why people work together in a team at some jobs?
• Have you ever heard of someone being an entrepreneur? What do you think they do?
• Cutting corners:
• Definition: To do something quickly or with less effort, often sacrificing quality.
• Example: "If we keep cutting corners in our work, the final product won't be as good as we want."
• Put all your eggs in one basket:
• Definition: To risk everything on a single opportunity.
• Example: "Investing all your money in one stock is risky because if it fails, you've put all your eggs in one basket."
• Ballpark figure:
• Definition: An approximate or rough estimate.
• Call the shots:
• Definition: To be in charge or make important decisions.
• Example: "As the team leader, you get to call the shots and decide how we proceed."
• In the black / In the red:
• Definition: "In the black" means having a positive financial balance, while "in the red" means having a negative balance.
• Example: "After the successful sale, our company is finally back in the black and making a profit."
IELTS Speaking Exam part 2
• Describe a memorable event from your childhood.
• Talk about a hobby or activity you enjoy doing in your free time.
• Describe a person who has been a positive influence in your life and explain why.