IELTS Speaking Part 1 city life

The questions in Part 1 are on general topics about your life. Your answers are from your life and experience. There is no right or wrong answer.

Questions and answers for IELTS Speaking Part 1 City Life:

Topic: City Life

Q1. Do you live in the city or the countryside?
Q2. Is it good for young people to grow up in the city?
Q3. Is your city/ village a good place for young people to grow up?
Q4. Have you ever been to the seaside?
Q5. Do you often eat out (go to restaurants)?
Q6. What food do you like?

Q1. Do you live in the city or the countryside?
I live in a village which is situated about 10 kilometers away from the city. All types of shops such as grocery, medical, jewelry, furniture and sweets are in my village.

Q2. Is it good for young people to grow up in the city?
Well, both cities and the countryside has benefits and drawbacks. You will be surrounded by miles of greenery, less population, and less pollution in the village. If we talk about cities, the area is full of big offices, pollution, and crowd. But if we talk about young people, then it is good if they grow up in the city because better education facility is only available in the cities and for job young people have to move from village to city, so it is good if they grow up in the cities.

Q3. Is your city/ village a good place for young people to grow up?
As I said earlier, I live in the village, and mostly all facilities are in my village but for higher education and job young people have to move to cities, so I think cities are a good place for young people to grow up..

Q4. Have you ever been to the seaside?
Honestly, I have never been to the seaside. I live on India’s northern side, which is far away from the sea, so I do get the opportunity to visit the beach.

Q5. Do you often eat out (go to restaurants)?
I always prefer to eat homemade food because it is healthy and fresh. But on special days such as birthday, wedding parties and at festivals I go to a restaurant.

Q6. What food do you like?
The most favorite food I like to eat is Punjabi food such as butter chicken, masala channa, dal Makhani. Apart from it I also like some south Indian dishes such as Dosa, Sambar.

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IELTS Speaking Part 1 city life

IELTS Speaking Part 1 city life

Q1. Do you live in the city or the countryside?
I live in a village which is situated about 10 kilometers away from the city. All types of shops such as grocery, medical, jewelry, furniture and sweets are in my village.
Q2. Is it good for young people to grow up in the city?
Well, both cities and the countryside has benefits and drawbacks. You will be surrounded by miles of greenery, less population, and less pollution in the village. If we talk about cities, the area is full of big offices, pollution, and crowd. But if we talk about young people, then it is good if they grow up in the city because better education facility is only available in the cities and for job young people have to move from village to city, so it is good if they grow up in the cities.
Q3. Is your city/ village a good place for young people to grow up?
As I said earlier, I live in the village, and mostly all facilities are in my village but for higher education and job young people have to move to cities, so I think cities are a good place for young people to grow up..
Q4. Have you ever been to the seaside?
Honestly, I have never been to the seaside. I live on India’s northern side, which is far away from the sea, so I do get the opportunity to visit the beach.
Q5. Do you often eat out (go to restaurants)?
I always prefer to eat homemade food because it is healthy and fresh. But on special days such as birthday, wedding parties and at festivals I go to a restaurant.
Q6. What food do you like?
The most favorite food I like to eat is Punjabi food such as butter chicken, masala channa, dal Makhani. Apart from it I also like some south Indian dishes such as Dosa, Sambar.