Recent IELTS Speaking Part 1 Questions With Answers: Your Country

Recent IELTS Speaking Part 1 Questions With Answers: Your Country. 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: Your Country

Question 1. Tell me about your country.

Answer – India is a multicultural nation. We accept and respect all religions, traditions, festivals and rituals. India was a developing country and developed greatly in the last few decades.

Question 2. Where is your country located?

Answer – My country India falls under the Asia continent. India connects with China in the west and Pakistan in the east, and from the south, joins Shri Lanka and the great Indian ocean.

Question 3. Which part of your country do most people live in?

Answer – India is a greatly dense country, but in terms of population, Uttar Pradesh has the highest number of residents.

Question 4. What are the main industries in your country?

Answer – India is full of great businessmen and entrepreneurs. Most leading industries in India are Tata group, Wipro, Reliance, Jindal steel, etc.

Question 5. What are some good things about living in your country?

Answer – Living in India has many good reasons, like places to travel, great history to learn, traditions to follow, variety of food to eat and many more.

Question 6. What are some bad things about living in your country?

Answer – There is one thing I dislike about India is the population, and I think it is the main reason for all the problems of unemployment, pollution, scarcity of resources, etc.

Question 7. Do you know the history of your country well?

Answer – No, I don’t reckon I know Indian history well. India has a vast and interesting history, and I know little about it.

Question 8. Which part of your country do you want to live in?

Answer – I like the place I live, but if I ever get a chance to shift, I would like to move to Himachal Pradesh. A beautiful, cold and less populated place Which holds many temples and other travelling places.

Question 9. What makes you feel proud of your country?

Answer – The great diversity and skills of people make me proud of my country. In India, most people are hardworking and talented.

Question 10. Will you stay in your country in the future?

Answer – Yes, of course, I want to start my own start-up in India after completing my studies abroad.

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