Latest IELTS Speaking Part 2
In IELTS Speaking Part 2, you are presented with a topic card that contains a specific task. You’ll have one minute to prepare your response and then you’ll need to speak for up to two minutes.
Keep in mind that topics can vary and are updated periodically by the IELTS organization. For the most accurate and up-to-date information, I recommend checking official IELTS resources or recent test-takers’ experiences.
The topics (IELTS Speaking Part 2) can cover a wide range of subjects, such as:
1. Describe a Place:
City or country you have visited.
Place you would like to travel to in the future.
Describe a historical place you have been to.
2. An Event: Describe a
Wedding or a celebration you attended.
Sports event you watched or participated in.
Memorable event from your childhood.
3. An Object: Describe a
Piece of art or a painting you like.
A gadget or technological device you use often.
Gift you received that was meaningful to you.
4. A Person: Describe a
Family member you are close to.
Famous person you admire.
A friend who has an interesting personality.
5. A Book, Movie, or Song:
Book that had a significant impact on you.
Movie that made you laugh or cry.
Asong that you find memorable.
6. Experience :
Achallenging experience you overcame.
Time when you learned something new.
Describe a time when you helped someone.
Remember: IELTS Speaking Part 2
In this section, it’s important to follow the prompts on the topic card, speak clearly and coherently, and use descriptive language to engage the listener. While I can’t provide specific recent topics, practicing with a variety of potential topics can help you feel more prepared and confident on test day.