Recent IELTS Speaking Part 1 Questions With Answers: Books & TV. 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.
Recent IELTS Speaking Part 1 Questions With Answers: Books & TV
Question 1:- Do you like watching TV?
Answer – Yes, of course, I like to watch tv during my free time, but I am not addicted to that because it can disturb my attention to my dreams.
Question 2:- How often do you watch TV?
Answer – I generally watch daily at night because I want to spend some quality time watching TV in the evening after a stressful day in my office.
Question 3:- What kind of TV programmes do you like to watch?
Answer – Probably sometimes reality shows, game shows and, more often, web series. Apart from these, I am generally keen on watching movies.
Question 4:- What are your country’s most popular TV shows?
Answer – Most of the masses in my country generally watch big boss because it is available in all the regional languages and it is pretty interesting to watch as it is a reality show.
Question 5:- Has the internet affected your viewing habits?
Answer – Definitely, because when I was younger, I majorly watched shows unrelated to the internet for my tv. Nowadays, most of the time, I watch shows on OTT channels, which can stream over the internet.
Question 6:- How often do you read?
Answer – I am not keen on reading books or novels or even stories. I am not even interested in reading books online because I can easily get distracted while reading.
Question 7:- Do you like reading books? Why?
Answer – As I said earlier, I am not interested in reading books and don’t read online.
Question 8:- Do you have many books at home?/ What kinds of books do you like to read?
Answer – When I was younger, I read science fiction books.
Question 9:- Do you prefer to buy books or borrow them?
Answer – During my schooling, I generally prefer to buy books instead of borrowing books from others.
Question 10:- What are the benefits of reading?
Answer – While reading, we can improve our knowledge and gain more confidence.
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