IELTS Speaking Part 1 ( HomeTown ) Questions With Answer

IELTS Speaking Part 1 ( HomeTown ) 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.

IELTS Speaking Part 1 ( HomeTown ) Questions With Answer

Question 1. Tell me about your home town?

Answer- My home town is located in Harare, and it is the capital city of Zimbabwe. It is densely populated because a lot of job opportunities are found here as we as better schools and it is also good for business opportunities.

Question 2. What’s your home town known for?

Answer- As said earlier that there are a lot of business opportunities. As we know, a lot of foreigners are pouring in from different parts of the world to do their businesses.

Question 3. Do you like your hometown?

Answer- I really like it a lot and wouldn’t want to go and stay outside this town. Never imagine myself staying somewhere else. What ike most about it is the affordability of life there.

Question 4.s it big or small?

Answer- It is a huge sprawling city, where if one decides to tour on foot, you might need a week or so to make sure that you reach each and every corner of it. When viewing it from a ta building, that’s when one can really appreciate its size.

Question 5. How long have you been living there?

Answer- I’ve been staying there for ten years now, and before that, I used to stay with my aunt in one of the smallest towns in my country. Then moved to this town when I got married.

Question 6. Do you think you wi continue living there for a long time?

Answer- Without a doubt, yes, because my husband and I have a company there, and now that we have established a lot in this town, we are not gonna move out any time sooner.

Question 7. How has your home town changed in the past 20 years?

Answer- Oo yes, I can say it has changed significantly because when I move around with my father, he usually tells me the changes that have happened so far. For example, a lot of streets have changed their names about 2 to 3 times. Some buildings were demolished, and new buildings were erected. He always tells me that it’s only a few buildings, such as the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe, that remained the same from 2 decades ago.

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