IELTS Speaking Part 2 Practice 24

 
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In part 2, the examiner will give you a task card which asks you to talk about a particular topic. You will be given 1 minute to prepare and 1-2 minutes to talk about the topic. You will not be interrupted during this time, so it is important to keep talking.

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Speaking test part 2: candidate task card

Talk about another language you would like to learn. You should say:

  • Which countries or regions it is spoken in

  • How it is different from your language and from English

  • Why you are interested in that language

And say if you think it is more or less difficult to learn than English and your language, and why​


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Speaking test part 2: candidate task card

Talk about another language you would like to learn. You should say:

  • Which countries or regions it is spoken in

  • How it is different from your language and from English

  • Why you are interested in that language

And say if you think it is more or less difficult to learn than English and your language, and why​

 

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Speaking test part 2: candidate task card

Talk about another language you would like to learn. You should say:

  • Which countries or regions it is spoken in

  • How it is different from your language and from English

  • Why you are interested in that language

And say if you think it is more or less difficult to learn than English and your language, and why​

Sample Answer 1
In the future, I’d like to learn another foreign language, such as Chinese. I’m going to talk about how I can do that, and why studying Chinese interests me.

Spoken in Asian countries like China and Taiwan, Chinese is quite different from my first language, French, as well as different from English. Both French and English are European languages, and their grammar use tense and aspect in their verbs, but Chinese verbs do not. The vocabulary and writing are probably the most different, as Chinese uses characters instead of using an alphabet, and has tones for every word.

Chinese grammar does not seem more difficult than other languages, but writing and reading are most likely more challenging than most. I think English grammar takes time to learn, but Chinese writing is more difficult than that. Even though it won’t always be easy, learning Chinese could be very rewarding. Having some Chinese language ability will give me new opportunities in my work and my education. As the language in the world with the highest number of speakers, Chinese is extremely useful to know, especially for a career in business.

With skills in English, French and Chinese, I’ll be able to communicate with people from all over the world. In the end, I don’t know when or if I will ever be able to study Chinese, but I hope that it will be possible for me someday in the future.

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