Speaking part 1 Saving Money

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.

Topic: Saving Money

1. Did you save money when you were young?
2. Have you ever given money to other children?
3. Do you think parents should teach children to save money?
4. Do parents give children pocket money in your culture?
5. Are you good at saving money?
6. What kinds of things do people save money for?
7. Why do you think some people cannot save money?

Q1. Did you save money when you were young?
Yes, I saved money when I was young. I had a piggy bank that my parents gave to me to save money. I always used a small amount from my pocket money and put the rest of the money in my piggy bank.

Q2. Have you ever given money to other children?
Yes, sometimes I help other children by giving them money, but I got the money back after some time.

Q3. Do you think parents should teach children to save money?
Yes, saving money is a good habit, so parents should teach children to save money and, for that, parents should set their example in front of children because most children copy their parents’ footsteps. So if parents save money, then children automatically learn this habit.

Q4. Do parents give children pocket money in your culture?
Yes, parents give children pocket money in my country; in fact, not only in my culture but in all areas/ cultures, parents give pocket money to their children.

Q5. Are you good at saving money?
Honestly speaking, no, I am not good at saving money, but it does not mean that I do not save money. I save money but for a short time, not for a long time.

Q6. What kinds of things do people save money for?
Well, it is the individual’s choice. Some people save money for small items such as laptops, phones, and clothes, but some people save money to buy luxuries such as a car or house.

Q7. Why do you think some people cannot save money?
Some people cannot save money because they want to immediately fulfill their ambitions or say they do not have any future planning or dream. They live in the present and do not want to save money for the future.

You may also like :

Credit :

Image: Photo by Michael Longmire on Unsplash