IELTS Speaking Part 1 – Home town questions and answers (Cont.)

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Today, I will continue with the speaking lesson that let you know how to answer other 4 questions of IELTS Speaking Part 1 hometown and they are as follows:

What is your hometown known for?
Answer: Same as question 2 in previous lesson, click here.
(Note: if you have been asked for question 2, then examiner will not ask the same type of question again.)

What do people in your town do?
Answer: Delhiites are mostly involved in trading businesses. There are huge market areas in which people trade lots of foreign as well as domestic products on wholesales rates such as mobile accessories, computer peripherals and many more. On the other side, many youngsters are also earning their lively hood in IT as well as BPO industries.

What are the main industries in your hometown?
Answer: I guess Delhi is famous for two businesses i.e. Information Technology and Business Process Outsourcing. These two service sectors are the major industries in my city.

What problems you face in your hometown?
Answer: I would say that some parts of my city are well developed especially where I live. Nevertheless, the major drawback which people face, generally, is the traffic congestion problem on city roads. Another stumbling block could be that it is one of the most polluted cities of the world due to which many people are suffering with chronicle diseases such as ‘Asthma’. I guess it’s because there is a tremendous amount of pollutants generated by private vehicles.

What languages are spoken in your hometown?
Answer: As Delhi is a capital city of India, many people move from different states to this metropolitan in search of their livelihood. So, you will find different communities in the city who speaks different languages such as English, Hindi, Punjabi and even Bengali. However, I usually speak English and Hindi.

 

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