IELTS Speaking Parts Two and Three on Animals

Student A

IELTS Speaking Part Two

You are the examiner. Make sure you understand the task below, as your partner might ask you if they have any questions.

Introduce Part Two of the exam, saying how long your partner should speak, how long they have to prepare and if they can make notes. Hand over the cut out copy of the task below. Time their preparation and speaking, then ask them one more question about what they said. 

 Talk about a pet you have or have had. You should mention:-What it looked like

-What its personality was like

-What you do or did with it

And say what kind of person a similar pet might be suitable for.

(Don’t forget to ask one more question about what your partner said)

IELTS Speaking Part Three

Ask your partner more general questions about the topic of pets. Possible topics include:

Types of pets that are getting more and less popular and why

The reasons why people keep pets

The kinds of people who keep pets

Things children can learn from keeping pets

If pets are well looked after in your country

IELTS Speaking Parts Two and Three Animals

Student B

IELTS Speaking Part Two

You are the examiner. Make sure you understand the task below, as your partner might ask you if they have any questions.

Introduce Part Two of the exam, saying how long your partner should speak, how long they have to prepare and if they can make notes. Hand over the cut out copy of the task below. Time their preparation and speaking, then ask them one more question about what they said. 

 Describe an animal that lives in the wild in your country. You should say:-What it looks like

-What its habits are

-How it interacts with people

And say if you think there will be more or less of this animal in the future and why

(Don’t forget to ask one more question about what your partner said)

IELTS Speaking Part Three

Ask your partner more general questions about the topic of wild animals. Possible topics include:

Endangered animals in your country

Young people’s awareness of conservation issues in your country

Opinions about zoos

Opinions about national parks and wildlife reserves

Protecting wild animals

Hunting

Copies to cut out 

 Talk about a pet you have or have had. You should mention:-What it looked like

-What its personality was like

-What you do or did with it

And say what kind of person a similar pet might be suitable for.

 Describe an animal that lives in the wild in your country. You should say:-What it looks like

-What its habits are

-How it interacts with people

And say if you think there will be more or less of this animal in the future and why

 Talk about a pet you have or have had. You should mention:-What it looked like

-What its personality was like

-What you do or did with it

And say what kind of person a similar pet might be suitable for.

 Describe an animal that lives in the wild in your country. You should say:-What it looks like

-What its habits are

-How it interacts with people

And say if you think there will be more or less of this animal in the future and why

 Talk about a pet you have or have had. You should mention:-What it looked like

-What its personality was like

-What you do or did with it

And say what kind of person a similar pet might be suitable for.

 Describe an animal that lives in the wild in your country. You should say:-What it looks like

-What its habits are

-How it interacts with people

And say if you think there will be more or less of this animal in the future and why

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