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 Food and Restaurants category:
Question – What kind of food do you particularly like?
Answer – I really like spicy food. I am actually wild about Beijing duck, I could eat it every day.
Question – Is there any food you don’t like?
Answer – I don’t like sweet and sour food, because I don’t like mixing the two.
Question – What kinds of food are most popular in China? Or, what kinds of food do Chinese people like to eat?
Answer – Of course rice is the most popular food in China, but that goes without saying. Noodles are very popular along with breads.
Question – Do you like cooking?
Answer – I love to cook, but not for very many people, because then it’s just too much work. I think it’s very interesting to come up with my own recipes, and experiment with different dishes.
Note: Yes! I love cooking, it’s so much fun. I’m not very good at it but I find it fascinating. It’s like a hobby to me!
I have to say I dislike cooking. I find it a chore. My husband loves cooking though so he does most of it when he is not at work.
I like to cook because I like to eat. I hate the clean up afterwards though.
I love cooking and it’s good to try out new recipes or just improve some of the ones that you already know and make.
Question – Who usually does the cooking in your home?
Answer – I do most of the cooking, but there are others, like my mother, who take turns too. I learned most of my cooking from my mom. She is a great cook.
Question – Do you prefer to eat at home or in restaurants?
Answer – I prefer to eat in a restaurant, because then there’s no washing up. The atmosphere and setting are usually more relaxing and pleasant.
Question – Do you often eat with your family?
Answer – I eat with my family almost every day. Eating together is a special time for us, especially in the evenings, because then we spend time together and can talk about our day.
Note: I eat dinner with my family almost every night. If I miss dinner one night, it’s always for a good reason: studying late at the library, working out late at the gym, or having dinner with friends. But we have dinner together pretty much every night, and it has always been this way.
I live alone. So I always eat solo.
Question – Do you think it’s important for people to eat with their family?
Answer – I think it gives people time to spend with their family, when they can eat good food and enjoy each other’s company. It is almost the only time when you have all of the family together, so it is a good thing to do.
Question – Do you often go to restaurants to eat?
Answer – Not often, but every now and again. If I had more money, I would be eating out every night. It would save time on cooking and washing dishes and shopping.
Question – What kind of restaurants do you like?
Answer – For me, the most important part about the restaurant is the food. I like variety, too, so you will find me in just about any restaurant.
Note: Food wise, I like all kinds of restaurants – Italian, Mexican, Chinese. I tend to prefer smaller, non-chain type restaurants over the nationwide, homogenized places that advertise all over the television. I think restaurants are more about entertainment than the food these days. They have to have a “gimmick” to get people in the door.
Question – How do you think restaurants have changed over the past few years?
Answer – I think that there are more restaurants in the city. The food that they serve is more varied, and from more countries than before. The nice thing that hasn’t changed is the price, it is still pretty cheap to go out and eat.You may also like:
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