Math & Museums IELTS Speaking Part 1 Questions With Answer

Math & Museums IELTS Speaking part 1 Questions With Answers. 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.

Math & Museums IELTS Speaking Part 1 Questions With Answer

Question 1:- Is math difficult for you to learn?

Answer:- Well, to be honest, I am not good at solving complex mathematical adversity but, I am a master in basic maths such as additional, substantial, multiplication etc.

Question 2:- Do you think math is difficult?

Answer:- Yes, I think mathematics requires memories, several formulas as well as lots of practice.

Question 3:- When did you start learning math?

Answer:- I learnt several maths formulas and solved them yet but, firstly I started basic maths in my primary school when I was 5 years old.

Question 4:- Do you like math?

Answer:- As I said earlier, maths is no piece of cake for me, and maths requires a host of formulas and rules. Thus, I don’t adore maths subjects.

Question 5:- Who taught you math?

Answer:- I learn maths subjects from my school and college teachers as well as from my parents.

Question 6:- Do you like to use a calculator?

Answer:- Yes, I regularly use calculation for calculating because I am not good at calculation.

Question 7:- Do you think museums are important?

Answer:- Without any doubt, yes, museums preserve our culture and ancient people history wisdom. We all know that paramount to history.

Question 8:- Are there many museums in your hometown?

Answer:- No, I came from a rural area; in our area no museum but 150 KM away from our hometown 2 Museum.

Question 9:- Did you often visit museums?

Answer:- I love to visit museums and ancient historical places. As a result, I visit there in my holiday or spare time with my friends or family.

Question 10:- When was the last time you visited a museum?

Answer:- This time corona pandemics; thus, for the last one year, I’d avoided going outside, but two years ago, after competing for the college exam, I visited the royal jr Museum at Jaipur, Rajasthan.

Question 11:- Did you go to any museums when you were a child?

Answer:- I vividly remember my childhood memories, but one time my father told me we visited Museums in Junagadh when I was 3 years old.

Question 12:- Why is it boring for children to go to museums?

Answer:- In this contemporary era, children cherish to enjoyment additional, and they have no interest in knowing history.

Question 13:- How can we make museums interesting for children?

Answer:- Bureaucrat and organizational can renovate Museum where enjoyment equipment is available for children such as small garden.

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