IELTS Speaking Part 1 – Home town questions and answers (Cont. 2)

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Finally, I will take last 4 questions of IELTS Speaking Part 1 hometown and answer all of them in my way. This is just an example or a way to answer part 1 hometown questions. You have to develop your content according to your city or place.

Tip: Remember do not over use connectives and do not repeat the words often. Most importantly, never cram the published content and speak in the IELTS test as examiner deducts your marks heavily for memorized answers.

What are the advantages of living in your hometown?
Answer: Obliviously, there are a variety of merits of living in this city. However, I guess the most evident would be that it is very well developed and every amenity is at a walking distance such as hospital, school, park, library and even shopping arcade. Another favourable part is its public transport in which most of the people travel daily like Metro and buses.

What are some problems faced by your hometown?
Answer: Apart from the problems, I illustrated above; I would say that as people from different cities are continuously moving to this urban area, housing problem emerged and it is becoming upmarket now. So, I believe that this city is very crowded now. Another drawback of this is that the beds are not available in government hospitals. So, I think there is also a shortage of medical facility now. I feel that our governing authorities should address this problem before it becomes serious.

Compare your hometown with another city.
Answer: If I compare my town with a smart city like London. I would like to say that this city is still lacking behind in several aspects. Firstly, we don’t have world class infrastructure such as wider roads to accommodate traffic. Secondly, public transportation such as Metro is still in its construction phase in several areas of the city. Finally, it is one of the most polluted cities of the world so many people are suffering from diseases.

What are some environmental problems faced by your hometown?
Answer: As I told earlier, air pollution is the biggest stumbling block for many people living here as they are suffering from diseases. Apart from this, water pollution is also polluting our rivers. Waste of several industries is polluting the river with chemicals and toxic materials. Due to this, the farmers of the city don’t get fresh water to irrigate the crops.

 

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