IELTS Speaking Part 1: Vegetables

It is possible to get a topic about vegetables in IELTS speaking part 1. Below are some of the possible questions with a model answer and also a link to learn vocabulary for this topic.

  1. Do you like vegetables?
  2. Are there any vegetables you dislike?
  3. Did you like vegetables when you were a child?
  4. Are vegetables popular in your country?
  5. Do most people eat vegetables with their meal in your country?
  6. Are there many vegetarians in your country?
  7. Do you think it is important to eat vegetables?
  8. How can parents encourage their children to eat more vegetables?

Model Answers

  • Question: Do most people eat vegetables in your country?
  • Answer: Yes, they do. Almost every meal has either rice or potatoes and also another vegetable as well, such as cabbage, carrots, green beans or something like that. Quite a lot of people have a small proportion of vegetables to meat but at least they always have some kind of vegetable with their meal.

 

  • Question: Are there many vegetarians in your country?
  • Yes, quite a lot. Many people choose to avoid eating meat and their diet consists of both vegetables and grains. There are quite a few restaurants in my city which cater to vegetarians and offer the most wonderful dishes such as fried aubergine, spinach and potato, onion cakes and things like that. They’re actually very delicious.

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  1. Hi Liz, How can I get all of your speaking lessons?

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  3. Good job Liz, very well done. This is what I was looking for. Actually I came across your site by googling the expression ‘ eat your greens ‘ and I was kind of amazed. Keep it up ! Take care. Alessio

    • I’m really pleased you found my site, Alessio! I only made that video for fun one day 🙂 I’ll try and make more English language videos next year.

      • I’d be chuffed to bits because you seem to be such an efficient communicator. Looking forward to other videos of yours then. Keep in touch

  4. hi liz
    Do you think interviewer read the person profile ( age, education, religion, nationality… and ask them accordingly?
    or the topics are just picked randomly?

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  6. Hi, dear Liz, I found yr website quite interesting, Thanks for giving lots of information and encouraging people who are in doubt.
    My daughter-in-law has to pass IELTS Skills for Life test.
    Could you recommend the best way to study preparation for speaking and listening as this is the requirement. Grade 4 will be enough to pass the test. What level is it? Elementary? Pre-intermediate or all together?
    The topics are covered in skills for the UK?
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  9. Victoria Nguyễn says:

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  10. Thank you very much for your generosity in sharing your lessons to me!
    In listening, if I’m not sure about two possible answers, can i write both with the hope that i can be marked the correct one?
    Please give me an advice!
    Thanks a lot!

    • If you write two answers, they will both be marked wrong. The words you put in the box on the answer sheet must match the answers that IELTS have – word for word.
      All the best
      Liz

  11. Manpreet Kaur says:

    Hello Liz,

    Your blog is interesting. it remove my all doubts that earlier i had. Please post the tips for matching headings in reading section as soon as possible as i have IELTS exam on 21st May 2015.

  12. Dear
    if the student did well in writting,reading,listening around 7 and the speaking test not the same level .ielts people will sdjust the result or this is not common . Thanks

    • Hi,

      If you get band score 7 in listening, reading and writing and only 5 in speaking, the four scores will be added together and then divided by 4 which would give 6.5 overall. This means your overall score will be the average of the 4 scores.
      All the best
      Liz

  13. Dear liz,
    yesterday i finish speaking test and it is very tough ,part 1 he asked me about meosum, sky and iam sure the total number of the question in part 1 is less than 12 , in part 2 the topic is about famous person ,the test in general took about 10 minute , iam not sure but the result next week ,thank you liz .

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