Accommodation IELTS Speaking Part 1 Questions With Answer. These are the IELTS Speaking part 1 Topics and Questions on general topics about your life. Your answers will be from your life and experience.
Accommodation IELTS Speaking Part 1 Questions With Answer
Question 1:- Do you live in a house or an apartment/flat?
Answer- Well, I live in a three-bedroom flat on the third floor of a 9-storey building.
Question 2:- Can you describe the place where you live?
Answer- I live in a spacious and comfy flat. In fact, it’s been 15 years since I shifted here with my family. I really like living here.
Question 3:- What do you like about living there? What do you like about your flat?
Answer- What I really like about my house is the kitchen which is an open-plan and modular one. It’s great!
Question 4:- Which is your favourite room in your home? Why?
Answer- My favourite room in the entire house is the living room. It’s a room full of contrasting colours, with decorations and ornaments on the bookshelves.
Question 5:- Which room does your family spend the most time in?
Answer- Well, we mostly spend our family time in the living room. In fact, we’ve got the antique rug which kind of gives a cosy and warm vibe.
Question 6:- What can you see from the windows?
Answer- The city Chandigarh is known for its greenery, and through the windows, I see a huge forest land. I really love to hear the birdsongs in the morning.
Question 7:- Would you change anything about your home? Why/why not?
Answer- It has all the mod cons of a modular flat. Moreover, I have decorated the whole flat myself and frankly speaking, there’s nothing that I would like to change.
Question 8:- Would you like to move to a different home in the future?
Answer- I would love to shift to the ground floor rather than living in a high-rise building.
Question 9:- What sort of accommodation would you most like to live in?
Answer- Honestly, I would like to move to a detached house wherein I can shift with my family on the ground floor as it’s quite difficult for my mother to use the stairs or lift to reach the third floor.
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