Science 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.
Science IELTS Speaking Part 1 Questions With Answer
Question 1:- Do you like science?
Answer:- Yes, definitely, I love science subjects like physics, chemistry, biology, history, like many more. There are plenty of subjects we studied in primary as well as in secondary education.
Question 2:- What science have you studied?
Answer:- As I said earlier, I have studied physics, chemistry, biology, history. Among those, I am more fond of studying chemistry.
Question 3:- What do you find most interesting about science?
Answer:- There are a lot of things we can do with science that is the most interesting part in that. For instance, electricity without science, we are unable to invent this electricity.
Question 4:- What science subject did you like the most in school? Why?
Answer:- I like chemistry subject because there are things that we can do on a trial basis. We can mix chemicals and can invent a lot of things by doing some practices.
Question 5:- How has the science that you have studied helped you?
Answer:- Yes, of course. As a computer science student, I have learnt a lot, and due to this science, I am earning money.
Question 6:- Did you like science classes when you were young?
Answer:- To be honest, I am not interested to learn novice things when I am younger. So, those days I am interested only in basic languages.
Question 7:- Do you think school children’s should have both science classes and art classes?
Answer:- Yes, obviously in many schools they are having both science classes as well as art classes without any option. They can benefit a lot while studying both in primary school.
Question 8:- Do you think science is important in our society?
Answer:- Yes. Without science and technology, our nation cannot move forward for a second. Because of the latest tech, with the help of science, society is also benefiting a lot.
Follow Us on IELTSDATA Twitter