IELTS speaking introduction has three parts.
The first part is ‘self-introduction.’
The second part would be ‘speaking about a topic.’
The Third part would be “Follow-up Questions”.
IELTS Speaking Introduction
Self-Introduction part of the Speaking module.
In self-introduction, you have few questions related to yourselves. For example:
What is your full name?
What is the significance of your name in your religion?
What is the size of your family?
What are your hobbies?
Sometimes there may be also questions like:
if you are an employee, are you working in the same field as you took your education?
“Do you enjoy dancing?”,
why or why don’t you enjoy dancing?
Follow up question would be something like: Has anyone taught you dancing?
Part II- speak about a topic
In this part, you will speak about a given topic for about two minutes.
In this part, you would be asked to speak about a topic for two minutes.
You will be given cue card which contains the topic of which you have to speak.
The given cue card has a main topic, 3 suggestions for details to include and one opinion question.
Describe someone in your family whom you like. – This is your main Topic.
How is this particular person related to you? – This is your first suggestion.
What this person looks like? – This is your second suggestion.
What kind of person he/she is? – This is your third suggestion.
And explain why you like this person? – This is Your Opinion on the Topic.
Describe your favourite Restaurant. – This is your main Topic.
Where it is – This is your first suggestion.
What it looks like inside and outside – This is your second suggestion.
What kinds of foods they serve – This is your third suggestion.
What makes this restaurant so special to you and others – This is Your Opinion on the Topic.
Part III- Follow-up Questions
This part deals with follow-up questions on the topic you spoke in part two. We can say: this is an extension to part two. The questions in this part will be based on the topic given to you in part two.
The follow-up questions for cue card Family would be something like:
What are the values of family in your country?
How is family bonding necessary for happiness in life?
What type of family do you like? Nuclear family or joint family?
How family value and bonding have changed over the last decade?
The follow-up questions for cue card Restaurant would be something like:
The Which one is better: home-made foods or foods from a restaurant?
What traditional foods do you have in your country?
What are the tourist attractions in your city?