FCE Speaking Part One on hobbies/ leisure/ free time

Student A

  1. How do you usually spend your free time?


  1. Are you going to do anything interesting at the weekend?
  2. Do you do anything to keep fit?
  3. Do you have the same interests as your parents?
  4. Do you prefer to go out or stay at home in the evenings? (Why?)
  5. Do you spend a lot of time watching television?


  1. Are any of your friends particularly interested in sports?
  2. Did you have more hobbies when you were younger?
  3. Do you use your free time productively, would you say?
  4. Have you got any plans to take up a new hobby?
  5. Have you had much free time recently?
  6. Have your hobbies changed since you were a child?
  7. Tell us about the last time you tried a new leisure activity.
  8. What sort of sports do you follow?
  9. Would you describe yourself as a workaholic?


Student B

  1. Do you have any hobbies or interests?


  1. How do you usually spend your days off?
  2. Do you plan to meet up with your friends in the next few weeks?
  3. What kind of television do you watch?
  4. What things were you interested in when you were a child?
  5. Would you say that you have enough free time?


  1. Are you interested in visiting museums?
  2. Did you collect anything when you were younger?
  3. Do any of your friends spend too much time on the internet?
  4. Do you like to get out of town on your days off?
  5. How do you usually plan how to spend your free time?
  6. What is your favourite way of spending your evenings?
  7. How sporty are you?
  8. Is there are sport that you’d like to try in the future?
  9. Would you prefer to have more money or more free time?


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