In the IELTS Speaking Test Part 1, a simple question such as “Where are you from?” can be answered to with a detailed response, as follows: I live in a metropolitan city called Delhi. It is a capital of India. If I have to describe Delhi, I would say that it’s too crowded because it […]
There is one-to-one conversation between an examiner and a candidate which lasts between 11-14 minutes and has 3 parts. It begins with talking about everyday subjects like family, friends, hobbies, work, study, pastimes, etc. in part 1 and ends with discussion questions about more complex and abstract issues and ideas in part 3.