MAY TO AUGUST 2022 – IELTS SPEAKING TOPICS

IELTS speaking topics 2022

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The list below has the latest questions on IELTS Speaking from across the globe. You can also download this as a PDF IELTS Speaking topics may to august 2022. Most of these questions are from students who appeared for the test. The list has 51 part 1 questions and 80 part 2 and 3 question. Candidates preparing for the test are advised to frame their own answers for all the questions listed below. Remember, do not copy answers from the internet or reference books. Hope these questions aid you in your preparation. Best of Luck!

PART 1 Speaking Topics and Questions

  • Home

Where is it?

What kind of home do you live in?

Tell me a little about your home?

How many rooms do you have at home?

Which is your favourite room?

What changes would you like to bring in it?

Do you plan to live in the same house in the future?

How is your neighbourhood?

Sample Answer

  • Hometown

Where is it?

What facilities are there around?

What improvements would you like to have there?

Do you like it?

What can a visitor do there?

What are the common occupations of people there?

How is the traffic?

Is it a good place for a child to grow up there?

Sample Answer

  • Work

What is your present area of work?

Where do you work?

Why did you choose this domain at work?

Do you like your present area of work?

What do you not like about it?

Do you plan to change your domain in the future?

Sample Answer

  • Study

What have you studied?

Where did you study that?

Why did you choose this course?

Do you like your area of study?

What do you not like about it?

Do you plan to change your area of study?

Sample Answer

  •  Pets & animals

Do you like animals?

Which is your favourite animal?

Do people in your country prefer pet animals?

Do you think pet animals provide company to children at home?

Which was your favourite animal as a child?

What animals do children like in your country?

Did you watch any animal cartoons as a child?

  • Public gardens & parks

Do you like parks? Why / why not?

How often do you visit parks?

Why are parks an important part of many towns and cities?

Do you think plants should be maintained in public gardens?

What do you think could be done to make public gardens better?

Did you enjoy going to parks as a child?

  • Gardening

Are you interested in planting or gardening?

Do you water plants at home?

What advantages do you think plants have?

What would you prefer at home – a garden or potted plants?

Are plants good for home décor?

  • Colours

What’s your favourite colour? Why?

Do you like the same colours now as you did when you were younger? Why/Why not?

What can you learn about a person from the colours they wear?

Do any colours have a special meaning in your culture?

Do you like to wear dark or bright colours?

Do colours usually affect your mood?

Do colours matter when you buy things?

Which colour would you not like to have in your house?

  • Getting lost

Have you ever been lost?

How can you find your way if you do not have a phone or map with you?

Have you ever lost anything valuable?

Can you read a map and help yourself if you are lost?

Have you ever helped someone who has lost his way?

  • Science

Did you like science as a subject back in school? /Did you enjoy learning science in primary or high school?

Do you think it is important to study science?

What kind of science lessons did you take at school?

How has science helped you to learn better?

Which field of science interests or interested you the most?

  • Travel and Vacations

Are you fond of going on trips?

How do you plan your vacations?

What essential things do you carry when you are on a vacation?

Who do you prefer to travel with – alone or family or friend?

What insights do such trips to places bring in you?

Do people in your country like travelling for pleasure? Why?

Do you think tour guides and travel books help your experience?

  • Primary School

Did you have many activities to do in your primary school?

Can you mention a cherished memory that you have really enjoyed?

What kind of extracurricular activities do primary schools offer in your country for a student?

Do you think they need to be improved?

Have the concepts learnt in primary school helped you in life?

  • New Year

Do you celebrate the New Year?

Do youngsters have plans for New Year parties in your area?

Do you think celebrating events like New Year’s Day brings people together?

Have you ever hosted a New Year party for friends?

What do you do at New Year parties?

  • Decoration

When do you usually put up new decorations in your house?

What is the importance of home décor?

What is the usual décor in your house?

Would you like to change the decoration?

What colour of decorations do you prefer? Why?

What kind of items can be used to have a simple and pleasant décor?

  • Home Country

Which is your home country?

What cultures and traditions of your country do you follow?

Do you like your home country?

What can a visitor do if he or she visits India?

What are some of the best cities to explore?

How is the traffic in your home country?

Do you feel there are good opportunities in your home country?

  • Reading

Do you like reading books?

What kind of books do you like to read?

Where do you like to read books?

Have you had family members with reading habits?

Do you spend time at a library reading books, or do you prefer buying them?

  • Getting Up Early

Do you usually get up early every day?

Do you think waking up early is a good habit?

What do/ can you do when you get up early?

Do you prefer getting up early on weekends?

Do you have anyone in your family who gets up early?

What benefits would you have over others who wake up early?

  • Clothes And Fashion

Is fashion important to you?

Do you think it is important to be updating your clothes and hair, as fashion trends change?

What kinds of clothes do you like wearing?

Where do you usually buy your clothes from?

Have you worn a uniform when you were in school?

Are you fashion conscious now?

  • Recycling

Do you practice rubbish recycling at home?

Are people in your country aware of the importance of rubbish recycling?

How can it benefit the environment if we segregate waste and effectively recycle it?

Are students in your country taught about waste management?

Why should such an idea be made compulsory?

  • Sports

What sport have you done?

How do you feel about taking part in a sports activity?

Have you taken part in sports events in school or college?

Do you think participating in sports competitions brought discipline to you?

Do you enjoy watching sporting events on TV?

Do you play any sport at present?

Have you been a part of any sports league or team?

What kind of sports do you want to try in the future?

  • Flowers

Do you like flowers?

Is it common to gift flowers on special occasions in your culture?

Do you grow flowering plants at home?

Where do you buy flowers in your hometown?

Do you think flowers improve the décor of a room?

  • Barbecue

Have you ever eaten barbecue food?

Is barbecue common at get-togethers in your culture?

What kind of food would you like to barbecue?

Would you like to have friends and family for a barbecue?

What is the preference for barbecue food among youngsters?

  • Wallet

Do you have a wallet?

Have you happened to lose your wallet ever?

What do people usually carry in their wallets?

Have you gifted a wallet to someone?

Do people commonly use a wallet in your place?

  • Trees

Have you ever planted trees?

What kind of trees do you know about?

What is the benefit of growing trees?

Is it important to have enough trees around your living space?

Do you have a forest area near your hometown?

What kind of trees do people usually plant in your country?

  • Phases of life

Do you think stages in life teach us valuable lessons?

In what stage of your life were you the happiest?

Which is the most important stage in your life?

Do you think you are happy in this present state of life you have?

Do you have any plans for the future stages of your life?

  • Singing

Do you know to sing?

Do you have friends or family members who sing very well?

Is it difficult to sing well?

Have you ever wanted to be a singer?

How do you feel when someone is not singing well?

  • Gift

Do you buy a gift for friends and family members on their special occasions?

What do you usually buy if you want to gift someone?

What was the last gift you received?

When did you buy a gift last time and for whom?

Do you think it is kind to get a gift if someone is celebrating?

  • Insects

Are you scared of insects?

What kinds of insects scare people?

In what ways are insects useful?

Are there many types of insects around where you live?

  • Market

Do you usually visit the market for your everyday needs?

Why do people prefer going to street markets?

Have you visited any street markets on your vacation?

What is the difference between a street market and a supermarket?

  • Shopping

Do you shop often?

What do you prefer – online or offline shopping?

Do you go shopping alone or with someone?

What do you usually shop for?

Are you able to make choices when you shop?

Do you feel that expensive items are more qualitative?

Do you shop for branded items always?

  • Physical exercise

Do you do a lot of exercise?

Do you think physical exercises are beneficial?

How much time do you spend on physical fitness?

Do you think young people are more fit than in the past?

Has fitness become a more popular subject nowadays?

Are there gyms in your hometown?

Do you think physical exercises make you more alert and disciplined?

  • Animals

Do you like animals?

Which is your favourite animal?

Do people in your country prefer pet animals?

Do you think pet animals provide company to children at home?

Which was your favourite animal as a child?

What animals do children like in your country?

Did you watch any animal cartoons as a child?

  • Age

Do you think age matters when you interact with people?

Do you respect people younger than you in age?

What is the best age for a person to learn to drive or ride?

Are you happy at your age or do you wish to be younger?

Do you feel growing older feels good?

  • Music

What kind of music do you prefer? Why?

When do you spend time listening to music in a day?

Are you fond of learning any musical instruments?

Does music help you ease in any way?

Have music trends changed much since your teenage?

  • Borrowing and Lending

Did you borrow any books from your friends in your childhood?

Do you like to lend your phone when someone asks?

Do you like to borrow money from others?

Have you lent money to someone?

Do you think it is okay to borrow or lend money to a family member?

  • Comedy or Jokes

Are comedy shows popular in your country?

Why do people like to watch them?

Do you like listening and telling jokes?

Have you ever watched a live comedy show?

What are some common topics that people like to joke about?

  • Saving money

Are you a person who saves money?

Do you think savings are important?

How does that help you?

Do you think parents should teach children to save money?

Are savings done by children encouraged in your culture?

  • Drinking water

Do you think you drink enough water?

How does it benefit you?

Do you drink bottled water or water from machines?

What type of water do you prefer to drink?

  • Driving

Do you know to drive? / Are to planning to learn to drive?

Do you have a license to drive yet?

Do you think it is difficult to drive a car?

Where do you usually drive to in your free time?

Do you think you are a safe driver?

At what age are people allowed to drive a car in your country?

What is the advantage of learning to drive?

Do you drive often?

Do you want your children to learn to drive in the future?

  • Photography

Are you interested in photography?

Do you think it’s a popular hobby nowadays?

Why do you think people can take such great pictures now?

Do you consider photography a fruitful habit?

Do you think taking photos is a skill or anyone can do it?

Are there places near you to click nice pictures?

  • Teacher

Do you remember your teachers from school or college?

Who was your favourite teacher?

Do you think teachers play an important role in a student’s life?

Do you remember someone who taught something you recently?

How different are teachers now than they were in the past?

Do you think teaching is a difficult job?

Why do you think teachers are paid lower than most professions?

  • Indoor games

Which indoor games do you play now?

Do you think indoor games are better than outdoor games?

Do you prefer indoor games or outdoor games?

Have you played indoor games in your childhood?

Which indoor games do children play now?

Do you like to play video games?

Do you think children are more interested in indoor games than outdoor games now?

  • Films

Do you enjoy watching films?

What was the latest movie you watched?

Do you watch them alone or with friends?

What kind of movies do you prefer watching?

Do you think the movie experience is better in theatres?

Which do you prefer – movies from your country or foreign movies?

Do you remember the first film you watched?

  • Social Network

Which social networking site is your favourite?

Why do you think such networks or platforms are so popular now?

What kind of chatting applications do people in your country use commonly?

Are you a social person?

Do you think one can find real friends on social networks?

Do you feel social networking wastes a lot of time?

  • Politeness

Do you think you are polite?

Do you think technology has made people more arrogant?

Why do you think people should be polite?

What changes in politeness do you see in people now compared to the past?

Do you have friends who are polite and kind?

Do you think children should be taught to be polite at a younger age?

Has someone told you that you were being rude?

  • Fruits and vegetables

Did you eat fruits and vegetables as a child?

Do you eat them more now or in your childhood?

What is your favourite fruit and vegetable?

Are you fond of a particular fruit or vegetable?

How do you consume vegetables in a routine?

Do you prefer to eat fruits or drink fruit juices?

  • Emails

Do you often send or receive emails?

Is it common for you to email people?

How soon do you answer your emails?

Has an email ever made you happy?

Do you like to get emails or texts?

  • Sleep

How many hours do you usually sleep?

What time do you go to bed?

Do you go to bed at the same time every day?

Do you ever have a nap during the day?

Do you think it is important to sleep?

Should older people sleep more than children?

  • Family & Relatives

Do you live in a large or nuclear family?

Are you close to your family members?

How did family members help you?

Do you think it is beneficial to have relatives as neighbours?

What kind of things do you like doing with family and relatives/ cousins?

Do you have a good connection with your relatives?

  • Sharing

Are you comfortable sharing stuff with others?

What was the last thing you remember you shared with someone?

What is your personal opinion on sharing?

Should children share food in school?

Is technology a hindrance to this virtue of sharing?

  • Advertisements

Do you watch advertisements on television?

What kind of ads do you usually see?

Tell me an ad that you have seen from the start till the end?

Have you made a recent buy seeing an advertisement?

Do you think ads help you to make a purchase?

IELTS PART 2 and PART 3 Speaking Questions

  • Describe a rule that you dislike and want to change

What is the rule?

Where did you face or see it?

Why did you dislike it?

Explain the change you want to have in the rule?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on rules:

Do you think children should be made to follow rules in schools?

Is it right to have rules in colleges for attendance and other marking parameters?

What kind of mindset do young people have towards rules and regulations?

Do you think rules imposed by the government have made the public become more aware? Give a few examples

Why do people, in general, have a disliking towards rules?

Are laws important for the smooth management of a community?

  • Describe a time you received a cake from someone

When was it?

Where did you get

What is special about the cake?

Explain how you felt while receiving a cake?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on cakes and confectionaries:

Do you think cakes and confectionaries make an event more desirable?

Why do people usually have a concept of wedding cakes?

How do people in your culture celebrate birthdays? Is cake a part of the celebration?

Do people celebrate graduation parties by cake cutting?

Why do you think children are so fond of eating cakes?

  • Describe the piece of cloth you received

What is it?

From whom did you receive it?

When did you receive it?

Explain how you felt about it?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on cloth:

What kind of presents do people usually give each other on occasions?

Do you think one finds happiness when someone gifts?

What kind of gifts should be given to children?

What kind of clothing do you prefer to wear at the workplace in India?

Why do certain jobs have a compulsory uniform for employees?

What kind of clothing do people prefer to wear at home?

  • Describe a story someone told you and you remember

Who told you the story?

What was the story about?

Why do you remember the story?

Explain how did it inspire you?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on storytelling, childhood stories:

Why do elders and grandparents narrate stories to children?

How do these stories help us in life?

Why do people remember so many stories from their childhood? /What makes them so memorable?

Do you think the art of storytelling is forgotten or lost in these times?

Do you think technology is bringing back the art of storytelling among people?

  • Describe a piece of local news that people are interested in

What was the news about?

Where did this happen?

When did this happen?

Explain why people are so interested in it?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on news:

Why do people follow local news so closely?

What are the advantages when you know about local news and happenings?

What are the benefits of knowing and following a news update?

How can one follow news in this technological age?

Do you think online news has brought a change in reporting the latest headlines?

How do you compare the past media and now in terms of news?

  • Talk about a habit your friend has and you want to develop

What is the habit?

Why does your friend practice it?

Why do you like such a habit?

Explain how will it help you?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on good habits, bad habits, learning from others:

Why do people leave good habits they have as they grow up?

How can one form a habit that they want to develop?

Do you think people nowadays follow good habits or was it more prominent in the past?

What kind of qualities or skills can we learn from others?

Do teachers help us to acquire habits that may be useful to us?

  • Talk about a person who has done something for the society

Who is this person?

How do you know this person?

What has he contributed to society?

Explain why do you like this person?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on society, development, love for society:

Are you a person who loves to work for society?

Who gets paid more in today’s society – Youngsters or Old people?

What is more important – qualification or experience?

Do you think online sessions are effective?

How is society benefitting from the online mode of education?

How are people in society able to help each other? Give a few examples.

  • Talk about a famous person who interests you

Who is this person?

What are his achievements?

How did he become so famous?

Explain why you like him so much?

  • Part 3 Follow Up questions on famous people:

Do you think people nowadays follow both native and foreign personalities?

What makes some individuals so influential than others who do the same activities?

What important qualities are required to come up as a popular personality?

Do you think there is more to learn from foreign personalities? Why?

Do youngsters find role models in celebrities?

What kind of activities done by famous people impresses the public?

  • Describe a cafe you like to visit

What is its name?

When did you first visit it?

Do you go to a cafe often?

Explain why you like it?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on café visits, preferences among young and old people:

Do people prefer to go out to cafés in your country?

What kind of people usually step out to eat or try new drinks?

Are cafés popular with youngsters in your hometown? Why?

Do older people prefer to have coffee at coffee shops or at home?

What kind of experience does visiting a café provide?

  • Talk about a time when you moved into a new house or school

When was it?

Where did you move to?

Why did you move to a new house/school?

Explain how it made you feel?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on having moved into a new house or school:

What are the reasons that make people move to a new home?

What problems do people face after moving to a new place or new environment?

What are the advantages of living in the same place for a long time?

What are the advantages of living in the same place for a long time?

Is it good to move to a new place frequently? Why?

  • Describe a time you(or someone else) organised an event successfully

What was the event?

When was it?

How did you get the opportunity?

Explain how you felt when it was successful?

  • Part 3 Follow Up questions on events, conducting events, successful and unsuccessful events:

What kinds of celebrations do people generally have in India?

Do people like to have an event for occasions in the family?

Why are youngsters so enthusiastic about conducting events?

Is it easy to conduct events successfully?

What kind of challenges do people face while hosting events?

How do you think people feel if an event they planned turns unsuccessful?

Do you think events will be more popular in future?

  • Describe an ambition you have not been able to achieve

What was the ambition?

Why couldn’t you achieve it?

Do you want to achieve it in the future?

Explain how do you plan to achieve it or Why have you thought of leaving it?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on ambitions, planning:

What kinds of ambitions drive people to achieve them?

Is it important to have goals and aims in life?

How can we encourage young people to have goals?

Do you think you have enough opportunities in your country?

What are the challenges young people face while planning for goals?

Do you think elderly advice should be taken while planning?

  • Describe a course that impressed you a lot

What the course was about?

Where did you take the course?

What did you do during the course?

Explain why it impressed you a lot?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on courses, training, online and offline courses:

Should individuals take up courses to update themselves after they get a job?

What are the benefits of updating oneself?

Do you think online courses have been helpful?

What are the practical challenges of doing courses online?

What benefits an individual the most while training himself offline?

Do you think education should be promoted through an online medium?

  • Describe an interesting conversation you had with your friend

To whom did you speak?

Where you were?

What the conversation was about?

Explain why you think it was interesting?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on conversations:

What are the most common topics of conversation among young people in your country?

Do conversations with people teach us a lot about others’ experiences?

Are interactions between young and old people important to learn life lessons? Why? / Why not?

Why do some conversations end up in an argument? What are the reasons for it?

Do you think teachers should interact more openly with students? Why? / Why not?

What are the advantages of having open-minded conversations?

  • Describe someone you really like to spend time with

Who is this person?

Where did you meet this person?

What do you do when you meet her or him?

Explain why you like spending time with them?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on spending time with friends, family, strangers:

How do people plan on meeting and spending time with friends?

Do you think it is important to spend time with old members in the family?

Apart from family and friends, who do you people like to spend time with?

Why is it important to spend time with others even if you do not have any business with them?

Do you think parents are able to spend enough time with children in these times?

How can they spend more quality time with their loved ones?

  • Describe a new place you visited on your vacation

Where is it?

When did you go there?

Who accompanied you on this vacation?

Explain what did you do there?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on holidays, vacations, homestays:

What are the main factors that make a holiday destination interesting?

Why do people nowadays prefer to travel alone?

Do you think websites offering vacation rentals and homestays are helpful?

What kind of places do most youngsters want to visit?

Do you think people should plan their vacations or not?

  • Describe a person who impressed you most when you were in primary school

Who is this person?

How did you meet him or her?

What did they do?

Explain what impressed you about him or her?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on school years, teachers, making impressions:

What do you think is better, to have a teacher training you or self-teaching? Why? / Why not?

What qualities are important for a teacher to have? Why?

Do you think teachers will no longer be required for teaching in the future? Why? / Why not?

What changes will traditional classrooms and teaching methods have in future?

What is the role of a teacher in a classroom?

  • Describe an activity you usually do that wastes your time

What is the activity?

When do you usually do this activity?

How do you plan to control it?

Explain why do you think it wastes your time?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions wasting time and saving time:

Why do we continue to waste time on things we know would affect us?

Is it important for individuals to develop some control over themselves?

Do you think technology allows people to save time or waste time?

How do you think the youngsters nowadays can be encouraged not to waste their time?

Do you think with the use of smart applications, one can save time?

  • Describe a time when you paid more than expected

When was it?

What did you pay more for?

Why did you decide to pay more?

Explain how did you feel about it?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on paying for good services and bad services:

Do you think people feel fine paying more for something if they feel satisfied?

What are the main reasons that compel a person to buy without looking at the price?

Do advertisements play a key role in promoting buyer behaviour these days? Why? / Why not?

Why do people raise complaints when they receive bad service?

Why do some customers raise a complaint about pricing after getting the best services from companies?

  • Describe a skill that was hard to learn

What was the skill?

When did you learn it?

Why did you learn this skill?

Explain why it was hard to learn?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on skills and skilful people:

Do you think skilful people are more successful? Why? / Why not?

How do you differentiate between talent and skill?

What are the skills you have that you are proud of?

How have these skills helped you achieve what you have right now?

Why do some individuals find certain skills so difficult to learn?

  • Describe a time you gave a clever solution for a difficult problem

Who is this person?

How did you know him or her?

What was the difficulty?

Explain how the solution helped?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on solutions, problems faced by people:

Why do people plan for things that seem difficult?

Do you think planning ahead reduces problems?

Should people discuss their issues with others or handle them themselves?

Do you think people should consider different kinds of solutions to a problem?

Are youngsters able to find clever solutions to the problems they face?

Has technology helped us to find clever and smart solutions in everyday life?

  • Describe a resolution you made in the new year

What was it?

How did/ do you plan to complete it?

Why did you make this resolution?

Explain how did you feel about it?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on resolutions, goals, and new year plans:

Has it become common for people to come up with resolutions every New Year’s? Why?

What kind of goals do youngsters want to achieve nowadays?

Are people in your country serious about achieving their goals?

Should we engage young children to plan to achieve their goals in future?

Why do people feel so positive about having a New Year’s resolution?

What challenges does one face when they set out to achieve what they want?

  • Describe a toy or an item you liked as a child

What was it?

Who gave it to you?

How did you play with it?

Explain why did you like it so much?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on buying for children, spending on toys:

How do you think the media attract children to toys?

Do you think children learn something from toys?

Do the parents spend too much on buying toys for their children?

What should be the preferable toys for the children?

  • Describe a house or apartment that you would like to settle in

Where is it?

What made you like it?

How would you settle there?

Explain why you want to be there?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on visiting places:

Has advancement in technology made people fearful these days? What are the reasons?

Do people feel scared or excited when they do something they have never done before? Why? / Why not?

What discomforts are most common when you meet new people? Why?

Are young people more flexible and welcoming to changes than compared in the past?

What are the disadvantages when you are uncomfortable but “have to” do a task?

  • Describe a time you bought something from an outdoor market that you had visited

Where is it?

What did you buy from there?

What did you like about that place?

Explain how was your experience?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on Outdoor markets, relevance in your country, changes in shopping, Online and Offline Shopping:

Is open market or outdoor market a popular concept still?

How do you think the idea of shopping or going to markets is changing nowadays?

What kinds of things of people in your country often buy from online shops?

What are the reasons for the popularity of online shopping?

What are the possible disadvantages of buying online?

Why do you think people buy things that they hardly use?

  • Describe an art or craft activity [painting/woodwork etc.] that you had

What was it?

When did you buy/ get it?

What did you do?

Why do you remember it so well?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on activities, school curriculum, theory vs practical study, technology:

Do you think the school curriculum has become more practice-oriented? Why? / Why not?

What new facilities or subjects should be added to schools?

Do you think students should be allowed to choose their stream of study? Why?

What benefits can a revised education policy with technological influence bring to a country?

Do you think more resources made available to students will make them understand topics better? Why?

  • Describe an item that has been in your family for a long time

What is it?

Who gave it to whom?

Is there a use or purpose to this item?

Explain what is its importance or specialty?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on family traditions:

Do you think people globally follow any kind of family tradition?

Are family traditions important in every culture?

Should children be encouraged to learn about festivals and traditional practices?

Do you think traditions are dying off due to modernization? Why? / Why not?

Do you think it will be challenging to maintain family traditions in the future?

  • Describe a time you helped a friend of yours

Since when are you, friends?

What was the help?

Were you able to help your friend easily?

Explain how did you feel about helping your friend?

  • Part 3 Follow up questions on being helpful and helping nature:

Are people more helpful nowadays than in the past? Why? / Why not?

Why do you think people help each other?

Do you think helping people make more friends? Why?

Do you think neighbours should help one another? Why? / Why not?

Are children more helpful than adults? Why? / Why not?

  • Describe your time in a gym or a fitness centre

When was this?

Were you alone or with someone?

Which exercises did you do?

Explain how did it make you feel to spend time there?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on fitness:

What types of fitness centres are popular in your country these days?

Are there any negative effects of exercising at gyms?

Do you think exercise and good health are being given more importance in society now? Why?

How do young people in your country feel about fitness?

Do you think gyms can introduce more fitness-related programs than just exercising on machines?

  • Describe something you found interesting on social media that keeps you healthy

What is it?

How did you find it?

When do you do it?

Explain how does it help you to stay healthy?

  • Part 3 Follow Up questions on healthy living:

What are the most popular ways of keeping healthy in your country?

Do you think most people worry more about their health as they get older?

Why do you think some people continue bad habits when they know that they are damaging their health?

How can children be encouraged to adopt healthy eating habits?

Do you think people have become more health-conscious in recent years?

Could governments do more to promote healthier lifestyle options?

  • Talk about something interesting you came across on social media

Where were you?

What was it?

What did you do?

How was your experience with it?

  • Part 3 Follow up questions on social media, its effects, its benefits and drawbacks:

Do you think social media apps are the most popular these days? Why? / Why not?

Do you think people spend too much time on these apps? Why? / Why not?

What kind of apps do youngsters use mostly in your country? Why? / Why not?

How do you think health or fitness-related apps benefit people?

Should children be encouraged to study through educational apps on phones? Why? / Why not?

  • Describe a difficult decision you took recently

What was the occasion?

What was the decision you made?

How did it affect or what was the result of this decision?

Explain how did you feel about it?

  • Part 3 Follow up questions on decision making:

Who usually takes decisions in families in your country? Why?

Why is decision making skill so important for a person?

Should children be allowed to make decisions regarding their activities?

Is decision making an important skill for managers at work? Why? / Why not?

What consequences do you think can happen if there has been a wrong decision made?

  • Talk about a song you like

Which song is it?

When did you listen to it?

How did you come across this song?

Explain how does it make you feel?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on singing, the fame of music, new singers:

Do you think it is true that anyone can sing with the right training?

Do you think pop stars can be a bad influence on young people?

How much does the internet influence how you listen to music?

Many recent singers and groups have become famous through television talent shows. What do you think about this?

Do you think social media platforms play a role in boosting upcoming singers?

  • Talk about a movie or show that you enjoyed

What is its name?

When did you watch it?

Did you watch it alone or with someone?

Explain why did you find it so funny?

  • Part 3 Follow up questions on movies, comedy movies, popular shows:

What do people in your country watch more- series or movies? Why? / Why not?

Do you think comedy shows are more popular now than in the past? Why? / Why not?

What kind of movies are loved by all age groups?

Why do you think some people are easily able to make others laugh?

Should popular shows be telecasted at peak watching hours or other hours?

  • Describe a quiet place that you would like to visit

Where is this place?

Would you go alone or with someone?

When do you plan to visit it?

Explain what do you like about this place?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on travelling, navigation, noise pollution and loud noises:

Why do people like travelling to unknown or new places?

Is travelling important for a person? Why? / Why not?

Has the use of technology allowed people to travel safely without being lost?

Do you think noise pollution affects us in a negative manner? Why? / Why not?

Do noisy environments make individuals irritated?

  • Describe a time when you tried to do something but it was not very successful

What was it?

When did you do it?

Why did you not succeed in it?

Explain how did you feel about this?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on success and happiness, successful business:

Do you think achievements are important for a person to feel successful? Why? / Why not?

Is happiness an important factor for success in life? Why? / Why not?

Do you think that rich people are happier than poor people? Why? / Why not?

What qualities do successful entrepreneurs have over others?

Do you think running a business is easier than doing a job? Why? / Why not?

  • Talk about an exciting or interesting book you read

What is the book’s name?

When did you read it?

Were you able to finish it?

Explain how it was exciting/ interesting?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on reading and writers:

Which is more effective in communication – verbal or non-verbal?

Why do you think people with reading habits are skilful in expressing themselves?

Is writing considered to be a scholarly skill in your country among young people?

What are the reasons some people can write poems and stories so well?

Most celebrities turn into writers and motivate us to read – What is the reason for it?

  • Talk about a situation when you had to be friendly with someone you did not like

Who was this person?

What made you dislike him/ her?

When did this happen?

Explain why did you have to act friendly with him/ her?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on friendship, school and college friends:

What kinds of qualities are important to be friends with someone?

Why do we make friends with people we don’t get along with?

Do you think it is easier to find a school or college friend on social media with the current advancement in technology?

What is the difference between being friendly and being kind?

What are the main reasons friends are not able to maintain their friendship after school or college?

  • Describe an occasion when you received good customer service from a company or shop

When was it?

What was the product they serviced?

What service did they give you?

Explain why they gave you good service?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on customer service, the importance of customers:

Why are companies and customers dependent on each other?

What does one mean by a satisfied customer?

Why do service centres need to be prompt to consumer complaints?

Do you think companies understand the importance of maintaining customer relationships?

Have customer services improved as technology has advanced?

  • Describe a successful sportsperson that you like

Who is it?

How is he/ she successful?

When did you find out about him/her?

Explain why you like him?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on a successful sportsperson that you like:

Are team activities popular in the community around you? Why? / Why not?

Why do you think sports teams perform so well?

What are the most important qualities that a sportsperson should have?

Do you think people’s engagement in sports and fitness has increased in present times?

Do people in India keep a track of sports news? Why? / Why not?

How do sports personalities influence youngsters?

  • Talk about a long bike, motorbike or car trip that you would like to take

Where would you go?

When would you leave?

Would you go by bike, motorbike or car?

Explain why you like this destination?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions taking a long bike, motorbike or car:

Do you think people choose travel destinations as per popularity?

Do you think journeys have become easier due to the use of navigation apps?

Has backpacking become popular nowadays?

Do people explore some destinations due to personal interest?

Do you agree that travelling with friends and couples has become popular? What are the reasons?

  • Describe an interesting foreign personality that you know

Who is this person?

Where is he from?

What is he or she popular for?

Explain why you find this personality so interesting?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on an interesting foreign personality that you know:

Do you think people nowadays follow both native and foreign personalities?

What makes some individuals more influential than others who do the same activities?

What important qualities are required to come up as a popular personality?

Do you think there is more to learn from foreign personalities? Why?

Do youngsters find role models in celebrities?

What kind of activities done by famous people impresses the public?

  • Talk about a time you waited for something special to happen

Who/ What where did you wait for?

How long did you have to wait?

Why did you wait for so long?

Explain how did you feel about it?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on patience, waiting, impatience:

Why do think people are so patient while they wait for special things to happen in life?

What are the benefits of being a patient person?

How do you feel when you have waited for a long and things still become unfavourable?

Is it a benefit to show impatience just to get your work done?

What benefits does a calm and patient person have over others who are in hurry?

Do you think creative people are advantageous in the workplace? Why?

  • Talk about a business person you admire/like

Who is this person?

What does he do?

How do you know this person?

Explain why you admire him or her so much?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on a business person you admire/like:

Is it important for a business to be competitive? Why? / Why not?

How do successful businesses impact their surrounding region?

Do you think entrepreneurship has increased with the advancement in technology? Why? / Why not?

What kinds of businesses are most popular in your country? Why?

What qualities do successful entrepreneurs have more than others?

Do you think running a business is easier than doing a job? Why? / Why not?

  • Describe a family member who did something that made you proud

Who is this person?

Where is he or she?

What did he or she do?

Explain why do you feel so proud about his/ her achievement?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on a family member who made you proud:

How helpful are family members with each other in your country?

Do you think people are close to their cousins and relatives these days compared to the past?

How can children help their parents in a family?

Are children more helpful these days than in the past?

Should children be encouraged to help their parents in doing household work?

In what ways can children be rewarded for their kindness and help?

  • Talk about something you did that was difficult but successful

What did you do?

When did you do it?

How was it so difficult?

Explain why it became so successful?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on success, happiness, and/or having a successful business:

Do you think achievements are important for a person to feel successful? Why? / Why not?

Is happiness an important factor for success in life? Why? / Why not?

Do you think that rich people are happier than poor people? Why? / Why not?

What qualities do successful entrepreneurs have more than others?

Do you think running a business is easier than doing a job? Why? / Why not?

  • Describe a person you know who gave a clever solution to a difficult problem

Who is this person?

How do you know him or her?

What was the difficulty?

Explain how the solution helped?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on difficult jobs, being clever:

What benefits do people get if they have clever people as friends?

Do you agree that clever people do not face a lot of difficulties?

Do you think people who do difficult jobs develop thinking skills?

What kinds of jobs require a lot of labour?

Do people who face a lot of challenges have strong willpower?

  • Describe a time when you gave advice to others

What was the advice you gave?

Who did you give it to?

How did it help the person?

Explain how it made him or her feel?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on family advice and advisors at work:

In your culture, is it common for family members to advise each other?

What kind of qualities does a sound advisor have?

Is it important to take advice from elders and experts in the community? Why? / Why not?

Who can be the best advisor at the workplace? Why?

Do you think nowadays people give a lot of advice? Is it because of technological exposure? Why? / Why not?

  • Describe an occasion when you got up early

When was this?

Where were you?

Why did you wake up so early?

Explain how did it make you feel?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on getting up early:

Is it easier for older people to get up early than young people?

What are the benefits of getting up early?

Why do some people go to sleep late at night?

Why are early risers more productive than people who wake up late?

Should children be given a routine where they wake up early?

  • Describe a law related to the environment that you know

What is the law?

What is its importance?

How can you practice it?

Explain why you think it is useful?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on Environment:

Do you think most people are concerned about the environmental issues around them?

What can people do to save the environment?

What are the main factors that affect the environment nowadays?

Is pollution the main reason for environmental problems?

Do you think students are aware of environmental issues?

Are these environmental challenges to face in the future? What are they?

  • Describe a famous athlete you know

Who is the person?

When did you start watching him/her?

What made you start noticing him/her?

Explain how this athlete influenced you?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on sports:

How important is physical education in a student’s curriculum?

Should athletic activities be encouraged among children in school?

Do you think athletes have enough recognition among the public?

Should governments do more to popularize the achievements and hard work of such national achievers?

Do you think athletes have to put in a lot of effort to achieve their goals? Why?

  • Describe a piece of equipment that is important in your home

What equipment is it?

Who bought this equipment?

Do you frequently use this equipment?

Explain how is this equipment important at home?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on using new gadgets, local vs foreign products:

Do people in your country try new gadgets and appliances in the market? Why? / Why not?

Some people find it easy to follow instructions while assembling a gadget, others find it difficult – Why is it so?

Do people feel uncomfortable using new products at home or work? Why? / Why not?

Do advertisements play a key role in promoting innovative and trendy products these days? Why? / Why not?

Do people now prefer to buy local products over imported items? Why? / Why not?

  • Describe a street market in your city

Where is this market?

How often do you visit this street market?

What do you usually purchase?

Explain the difficulties you have to face while you purchase from street markets?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on Outdoor markets, Changes in markets, Online and Offline Shopping:

Are street markets commonly seen around your country?

Do people in your country freely go to open-air markets? Why? / Why not?

What benefits do street markets have over single retail shops?

Do people explore street markets in new places they visit?

Do you like this concept of open-air markets?

  • Describe a time you told your friend a truth

Who was this friend?

What was the issue about?

How did you say the truth?

How did you feel when you told them the truth?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on Forgiveness and being apologetic:

Do you feel people are more apologetic today than in the past? Why? / Why not?

What are the advantages of being forgiving to others?

How do people feel when they are apologetic but still not forgiven?

Do you think people may take advantage of those who are forgiving and kind? Why? / Why not?

Should children be taught to be forgiving with their friends and be apologetic?

Do you think online learning teaches values like kindness and forgiveness? Why? / Why not?

  • Describe a puzzle (jigsaw/crossword/etc.) you have played

What kind of puzzle was that?

When did you start solving puzzles?

Who was with you to play the puzzle?

Explain why did you play with it so much?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on solving puzzles:

Do you think it is fair to assess someone for a job based on puzzle-solving or logical skills?

Do youngsters in your country enjoy puzzle-solving games?

Should one be exposed to such analytical and logical skills from school?

What are the advantages if someone is smart at such skills?

Do you think puzzle solving was more popular in the past or is it now?

  • Describe a natural talent that you want to improve

What talent is that?

Who noticed this talent first?

How is this talent useful to you?

Explain how do you want to improve on this natural talent?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on talented people, talents and skills, the importance of innate talents:

Do you think talented people are generally happy? Why? / Why not?

How do you differentiate between talent and skill?

What are the talents you have that you are proud of?

How have these talents helped you achieve what you have right now?

How important are those talents for you as an individual?

  • Describe a plan in your life that is not related to work or study

What is the plan?

When did you start planning for this?

Who motivates you to execute this plan?

Explain how can you work this plan successfully?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on future related aspects

Which is better – Having a lot of plans or having no plans at all?

Why do most people make plans before they go travelling?

Do you think planning helps us to be prepared for unseen troubles?

What do you think people do when they face unpredictable issues?

How do individuals feel when their plans do not work out?

Do you think being unsuccessful is a sign of poor future planning?

  • Describe an art or craft activity (painting, woodwork etc.) that you had done at some point in your life

What was the activity?

Who introduced you to this activity?

How often do you do this activity?

Explain how useful was this activity to you?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on Art, school activities, their importance:

What kind of extracurricular activities do schools offer in your country for a student?

Do you think they need to be improved?

Have school activities improved any skills within you?

Is learning performing arts or drama encouraged among children in your country?

  • Describe a time when you helped a friend

Who was seeking help from you?

What was the situation?

How did you help your friend?

Explain how did you feel about it?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on being helpful and helping nature:

Are people more helpful nowadays than in the past? Why? / Why not?

Why do you think people help each other?

Do you think helping people make more friends? Why?

Do you think neighbours should help one another? Why? / Why not?

Are children more helpful than adults? Why? / Why not?

  • Describe an activity that you do after school/work

When did it happen?

Who was with you?

What did you do?

Explain why do you remember it so well?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on free time:

How important is free time for individuals?

Do people learn something about themselves when they go for such leisure activities?

While doing leisure activities, is it a good idea to take risks?

What benefits do people have when they travel to new destinations for leisure?

Do you think an individual feels demotivated when he does not get enough free time?

  • Describe a LIVE sports match that you have watched

When was it?

Where did you watch it?

What were the special features?

How was your experience watching it live?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on popular shows, online and offline preferences:

Do you think people enjoy live shows more than watching them on television or online? Why?

What kind of live shows are popular in your country? Why?

How are concerts and live shows now different from the past?

Do you think live streaming is slowly reducing the number of people attending live events?

  • Describe a health article you read in a magazine or on the internet

What was the article about?

When did you read it?

How did you come across this magazine and/ or article?

Explain what lessons did you learn from it?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions healthy living, eating habits, healthier lifestyles:

What are the most popular ways of keeping healthy in your country?

Do you think most people worry more about their health as they get older?

Why do you think some people continue bad habits when they know that they are damaging their health?

How can children be encouraged to adopt healthy eating habits?

Do you think people have become more health-conscious in recent years?

Could governments do more to promote healthier lifestyle options?

  • Describe an occasion when you were not allowed to use your mobile phone

What was the occasion?

Where were you?

Why was no mobile phone allowed there?

Explain how did you feel about it?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on mobile phones:

In what kind of places or situations should mobile phones be banned?

How has the use of cell phones impacted our everyday lives?

What do young people use the most on mobile phones these days?

How do you compare life without a phone and now?

Should children be encouraged to use mobile phones from a young age? Why? / Why not?

  • Describe a tall building in your city you like/dislike

Where is it?

When do you go there?

Do you prefer to go there alone or with family and friends?

Explain why is it the most favourite or disliked place for you?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on public places:

How different are the public facilities in rural and urban parts of your country?

Why do you think people should be made aware of hygiene and cleanliness in public places?

Do you think there are enough public facilities in your country?

What steps can be taken to improve the quality of old public facilities?

How can we avoid people from damaging public places or facilities?

  • Describe a company/organisation in your hometown that employs a lot of people

Where is it?

What does the company do?

What kind of occupations does it provide?

Explain whether it is an advantage or a disadvantage to have it there?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on companies, work culture, technology at work:

What is the benefit of working in large companies?

Do you think the work environment or work culture plays an important role at a firm?

Do big organizations provide better opportunities than smaller organizations?

Has technology become inseparable at workplaces today?

What do you think the future of technology at the workplace would be?

  • Describe a leisure activity you want to try near the sea

What is the activity?

Where can you do it?

What do you do in it?

Explain why do you want to try it?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on water activities:

Why do you think people have a good time near water?

Do you think indulging in water sports creates any sort of pollution?

Do you feel these activities should be supervised?

What kind of risks can people face if leisure activities are not regulated?

Most of the water activities are done as per the weather – Do you think lifeguards and safety gear should be made compulsory for these activities?

  • Describe your favourite weather

What is it?

When does it occur?

What can you do in this weather?

Explain why you like it?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on weather Apps, fun activities in different weather conditions and climate change:

Do people use weather apps in your country?

Do you think weather apps can be considered reliable? Why? / Why not?

What kind of fun activities can people do on a rainy day?

What kind of weather do people prefer to have while they are on holiday?

Do you think rapid weather changes are a result of global warming? Why? / Why not?

  • Describe a time when you shared something with others

What was it?

Who did you share with?

Where were you?

Explain how was the experience?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on sharing:

What was the last thing you remember you shared with someone?

What is your personal opinion on sharing?

How do you explain sharing and caring to a child?

What kind of things are not suitable for sharing?

Is technology a hindrance to this virtue of sharing?

  • Describe your favourite movie

What is its name?

When did you watch it?

Did you watch it alone or with someone?

Explain why did you like it so much?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on acting, movie watching:

Do you think we can learn a lot from watching movies?

Why do you think people like watching films?

Do you think films have changed since you were a child? How?

As the technology for home viewing improves, do you think people will stop going to the cinema in future?

How do you feel about internet series and sitcoms? Do you think they have made the watching experience more informative?

  • Describe a time when you got lost in a place you didn’t know

When did this happen?

Where was the place?

Who was with you at that time?

Explain what you have done to overcome the situation?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on travelling and navigation:

How important are navigation skills while a person is travelling to an unknown place?

Do you think the use of maps and other apps helps to reach a destination accurately?

Why do people like travelling to unknown or new places?

Is travelling important for a person? Why? / Why not?

Has the use of technology allowed people to travel safely without being lost?

  • Describe your first day at school

When was it?

What was it like?

Did you enjoy yourself?

Explain how you felt on that day?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on school education:

Do you think students should be taken to school by their parents or go by themselves?

Should children be taught to rely on their parents or to be independent?

In what ways can children become more independent?

What is the effect if parents interfere with children’s life too much?

How can parents encourage children to learn moral values?

  • Describe an aquatic animal

What is it?

What does it look like?

When did you find out about this animal?

Explain why you like this animal?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on wild animals, hunting, animal meat:

Why do people like to keep pets at home?

Is it fair to make pets out of wild animals?

Should people be allowed to hunt animals for their own entertainment?

Do you support doing experiments on animals?

Why do some people refuse to eat animal meat and be vegetarians?

  • Describe a bag you want to own

What does it look like?

When did you first see it?

How much does it cost?

Explain why you like it?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on bags, backpacks:

Why do you think some women have a craze to buy lots of bags?

What kind of convenience does one have while they carry a multi-functional bag?

Should children be made to carry the same bags to school just like the uniform they wear?

What futuristic changes do you think backpacking would have?

What are the main reasons people buy branded bags?

  • Describe your favourite singer

Who is it?

Where is he from?

What kind of songs does she or he sing?

Why do you like her or him so much?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on singing, the fame of music, new singers:

Do you think it is true that anyone can sing with the right training?

Do you think pop stars can be a bad influence on young people?

How much does the internet influence how you listen to music?

Many recent singers and groups have become famous through television talent shows. What do you think about this?

Do you think social media platforms play a role in boosting upcoming singers?

  • Describe a time you made a promise to someone

Who was it?

When was this?

What did you promise?

Did you fulfil it or not? And how did you feel about it?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on making promises:

Should parents make promises to children?

Are most parents able to fulfil their promises? Why? / Why not?

What kind of promises do children make to their parents?

How do you feel when people break the promises they have made?

Are you able to trust people who do not keep their promises?

  • Describe an art exhibition that you visited

When was it?

Where did you go?

What did you see there?

What made the experience so interesting?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on Art Exhibitions:

Do you think people enjoy visiting art galleries and museums? Why?

What kind of exposure do art exhibitions provide? Why?

Have art and painting developed as fields of study in the present than in the past?

Is learning performing arts or drama encouraged among children in your country?

Do you think children must be encouraged to learn drama and other art forms like painting and dancing in schools? Why? / Why not?

  • Describe a skill that you can teach other people

What is the skill?

How do you plan to teach them?

How would this skill help them?

Explain why you think you can teach this skill so well?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on teaching, the importance of skills and helping others:

Do you think a helpful neighbourhood is better than being on your own?

Should children be taught helpfulness at home? Why? / Why not?

Do you think children learn alone or when they are with their friends? Why? / Why not?

Do you think people help others so that they get something in return? Why? / Why not?

Will you help someone even if they haven’t been of help to you? Why? / Why not?

  • Describe a time when you had to wait in a long line

When was this?

Where were you?

What did you do when you waited in the queue?

Explain how you felt about this?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on waiting in line, patience and impatience:

Is it very common in your country to have people standing in queues and waiting?

Do you think technology has played an impressive role to reduce waiting time? How?

Do you have to wait in line for a long time at banks and supermarkets? Why?

How do you feel when someone breaks the line impatiently?

Do you think customer service helplines make you wait for a long time?

  • Describe a short trip that you often take but you do not like

What is your means of travel?

Where do you go?

When do you do this journey?

Explain what you dislike about this journey?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on Journeys, backpacking and navigation apps:

Do you think journeys have become easier due to the use of navigation apps?

Why do people usually embark on journeys in your country?

As travelling has eased, do people nowadays plan their journey routes as compared to the past?

Has backpacking become popular nowadays?

What are the reasons people choose to travel and explore new places?

What are the most essential items to carry on a journey?

  • Describe a city/town where you would like to live in the future

Where is it?

How do you know about this city?

What is it famous for?

Why would you like to live there?

  • Part 3 Follow Up Questions on city-dwelling, lifestyles, preference of old vs young, advantages and disadvantages of living in a city, comparison with the rural area:

Why do many people prefer to live in the city?

Where do old people and youngsters like to live? Why?

How can technology help to improve the quality of living in cities?

What are the disadvantages of living in the cities?

What is the most important reason people move from rural areas to cities?

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