Birds – IELTS Speaking Questions By Mark Allen

The topics in IELTS Speaking Exam are always about something familiar to you, such as “What you do”, “How are you? etc.

You should not speak too quickly or too slowly. It is also important to have good intonation and stress. You will not get a high score if you are too hesitant and have too many pauses when you speak, although a few pauses to collect your thoughts are fine.

Try not to speak too quickly, either. Rapid speech often indicates a lack of cohesion in what you are saying and severely affects the rhythm and flow of your speech.

Below is the list of few IELTS Speaking Questions by Mark Allen in Birds category:

Question – Are there many birds near your home?

Answer – Yes, there are, but you usually can only hear them sing in the early morning. There are also a lot of sparrows flying around and pigeons on the roof on my apartment building.

Question – How do you feel about birds?

Answer – I think some birds can be beautiful, and I enjoy listening to their singing. They’re so small and sweet. They really help me to leave this world a while as I look at them flying about so gracefully.

Note: Yeah they can be good companions but my main problem with them is that they tend to poo all over when you let them out to fly around. They can also be loud for no reason at all. They are good pets because they are easy to maintain.

No, actually I hate birds… small cute birds are okay, as long as they are outside, but I hate birds. I think I have a bird phobia. My heart starts pounding every time I walk by the parrots in the pet store (they are not caged or chained or anything. they just sit on their little tree freely). Birds freak me out.

Question – How do Chinese people feel about birds?

Answer – Just go to a park and you will see that Chinese people really like birds. They love to keep them as pets and fill their houses with them.

Question – Do any birds have any particular significance in China?

Answer – The Phoenix, which although is mythological, is a bird that has particular significance in China. It is a sign of good fortune and blessing.

Question – Do you think birds should be protected?

Answer – Well, I think birds, like any other animal, need to be protected if they become an endangered species. They really have a hard time protecting themselves and if they were gone, something special would be missing from life.

Question – How can they be protected?

Answer – We can protect birds by raising awareness about their situation, and by not buying endangered species, or destroying their habitats. We also need to keep an eye on the environment, which is their.

Question – Do Chinese people like raising (keeping) pet birds?

Answer – Yes, many people like to keep birds as pets. They like listening to the birds sing, and some birds can even be taught how to walk. Birds are great pets. They are so cute and sweet.

Question – Is bird-watching popular in China?

Answer – If people have the time and the money and can get to a location that has a lot of birds, then people will do it, but unfortunately that is not the case here in China.

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