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Speaking Club  September 9

Level 3

• What do you think are the most common challenges that young people face today?

• How has technology impacted the lives of young people, both positively and negatively?

• What are some common stressors that young adults experience in their daily lives?

• Do you believe that the pressure to succeed academically is a significant issue for young people? Why or why not?

• What role does social media play in the lives of young adults, and how can it be both helpful and harmful?

• Are there cultural differences in the challenges faced by youth in different parts of the world?

• How can young people balance the pursuit of their dreams with the expectations of their families and society?

• Have you ever experienced peer pressure? How did you handle it?

• What are some effective ways for young people to manage their time and responsibilities?

• In your opinion, what is the biggest misconception adults have about the problems faced by young people today?

• How can schools and parents better support the mental health and well-being of young people?

• Do you think there is too much emphasis on material success in today's society? Why or why not?

• Do you think there is too much emphasis on material success in today's society? Why or why not?

• What advice would you give to a younger sibling or friend who is struggling with the challenges of youth?

• Are there any positive aspects of facing challenges and problems during one's youth?

• How can young people develop resilience and coping skills to navigate the difficulties of life?

Idioms :

• The Ball is in Your Court

• Definition: It's your turn to make a decision or take action.

• Example: "I've done everything I can to help you find a job. Now, the ball is in your court to start applying."

• Walking on Thin Ice

• Definition: Being in a risky or precarious situation where any action or mistake could lead to trouble.

• Example: "After that argument, I feel like I'm walking on thin ice with my boss."

• Hit the Nail on the Head

• Definition: To describe or identify something exactly or precisely.

• Example: "You hit the nail on the head with your analysis of the current market trends."

• Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining

• Definition: Even in difficult or challenging situations, there is something positive or hopeful to be found.

• Example: "Losing my job was tough, but it led me to discover a new career opportunity. Every cloud has a silver lining."

Question: What is your favorite sport to watch, and why?

• Idiom: "Hit it out of the park"

• Definition: To do something exceptionally well.

• Example: "The team hit it out of the park with their performance in the championship game."

2. Question: Have you ever participated in any team sports? If so, which ones, and what did you enjoy most about them?

• Idiom: "A level playing field"

• Definition: A situation where everyone has an equal chance or opportunity.

• Example: "In this competition, the rules are fair, and it's a level playing field for all participants."

3. Question: How do you feel about extreme sports like skydiving or bungee jumping? Would you ever try them?

• Idiom: "Go for the gold"

• Definition: Striving to achieve the highest level of success or excellence.

• Example: "She's been training for years to go for the gold in the upcoming Olympic Games."

Question: Do you think sports can teach important life lessons? If so, what lessons have you learned from sports?

• Idiom: "Play ball"

• Definition: To cooperate or participate in a task or activity.

• Example: "We all need to play ball and work together to complete this project successfully."

5. Question: Who is your sports hero or role model, and why do you admire them?

• Idiom: "The ball is in your court"

• Definition: It's your turn to take action or make a decision.

• Example: "I've done everything I can to help; now the ball is in your court to make the final call."

6. Question: What are some benefits of staying physically active through sports or exercise?

• Idiom: "Keep your eye on the ball"

• Definition: To stay focused on a goal or task without being distracted.

• Example: "If we want to succeed, we need to keep our eye on the ball and not get sidetracked."

7.Question: How do sports impact your local community, and do you participate in any local sports events or leagues?

• Idiom: "Off to the races"

• Definition: To start something energetically or enthusiastically.

• Example: "With the new project funding, we're off to the races to improve our community center."

IELTS Speaking Exam part 2

Describe a piece of art or a painting that you admire. You should say:

• What is the name of the artwork or painting?

• Who is the artist?

• Why do you admire it?

Describe a memorable event in your life that made you happy. You should say:

• When and where did this event take place?

• Who was with you?

• What made it a happy memory for you?

Level 2

1. Question: What's your favorite subject in school, and why do you like it?

• Idiom: "A piece of cake"

• Definition: Something that is very easy to do.

• Example: "Math is like a piece of cake for me; I love solving problems."

2. Question: Tell us about a time when you had to work together with your friends on a project.

• Idiom: "Teamwork makes the dream work"

• Definition: Success is more achievable when people work together.

• Example: "Our group project was a success because we believed that teamwork makes the dream work."

3. Question: What's your favorite way to spend a rainy day?

• Idiom: "Read between the lines"

• Definition: To understand the hidden or implied meaning.

• Example: "When it's raining outside, I like to read between the lines of a good book."

4. Question: Describe your favorite animal and why you like it.

• Idiom: "The cat's out of the bag"

• Definition: When a secret is revealed.

• Example: "I can't keep it a secret anymore; the cat's out of the bag. I love dogs!"

5. Question: What's the most adventurous thing you've ever done?

• Idiom: "Take a leap of faith"

• Definition: To take a risk with no guarantee of success.

• Example: "I decided to take a leap of faith and try zip-lining for the first time."

6. Question: Who is your best friend, and what do you like to do together?

• Idiom: "Two peas in a pod"

• Definition: Two people who are very close and have a lot in common.

• Example: "Sarah and I are like two peas in a pod; we enjoy the same hobbies."

7. Question: What's your favorite holiday, and how do you celebrate it?

• Idiom: "Have a blast"

• Definition: To have a great time and enjoy oneself.

• Example: "During Christmas, I have a blast decorating the tree and opening presents."

8. Question: Describe a time when you felt really proud of yourself.

• Idiom: "On top of the world"

• Definition: Feeling extremely happy and successful.

• Example: "When I won the spelling bee, I felt on top of the world."

9. Question: What's your favorite type of music, and why do you like it?

• Idiom: "Music to my ears"

• Definition: Something you enjoy hearing because it's pleasant or good news.

• Example: "The sound of rain outside is music to my ears; I find it very soothing."

10. Question: Describe a time when you had to make a difficult choice.

11. Question: What's your favorite type of weather, and what activities do you like to do in it?

12. Question: Describe a time when you had to wait for something exciting, like a special event or a gift.

13. Question: What's your favorite hobby, and how did you get interested in it?

14. Question: Describe a time when you helped someone in need.

15. Question: What's your favorite season of the year, and what do you like to do during that season?


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