IELTS Speaking Part 2 Topics Jan to Apr 2018

IELTS Speaking Part 2 Topics January to April 2018

Below you will find some IELTS speaking part 2 topics that students have posted so far this month. These topics will probably continue to be used for the next few months: January, February, March and possibly April.

Notice for all students using

  1. I do NOT offer a question/answer service on this website. I sometimes answer questions when I have time – you can’t demand this service. Most questions will NOT be answered.
  2. Most questions have been answered before, read the comments boxes.
  3. There are over 300 pages of tips on this site – all tips accessed through the RED BAR at the top of the website (or in the right hand side column)
  4. I will be on holiday for Feb, Mar and Apr. I will post a notice when I start my hols ๐Ÿ™‚

Using IELTS Speaking Topics

This topics are not predictions – they are reported topics. I will continue to up-date this page over the next few months as students report their topics to me.

  1. Will you get one of these topics?
    1. It is not possible to predict topics. However, current topics are frequently repeated in the IELTS speaking test. You need to prepare both current topics and common topics for IELTS speaking. It is not possible to do more. Below are current topics and here is a link to common topics: IELTS Speaking Page
  2. How can I use this list of topics?
    1. You can use the list to prepare ideas for your talk. DO NOT MEMORISE A FULL TALK OR A FULL ANSWER. If the examiner thinks you have actually memorised a talk, line by line, you will be given a different topic. IELTS do not accept memorised answers. So, use this list to develop your ideas and plan some words to use but not to memorise full sentences and answers.

IELTS Speaking Part 2 Topics List Jan-Apr 2018

  1. A recreational center that could be started in your town
  2. A day that cost you nothing (think of activities that are free to do)
  3. Something you bought recently that made you very happy
  4. An activity for health living
  5. A, interesting school subject
  6. A difficult decision
  7. A car journey
  8. A country you would like to work or live in
  9. A historical event
  10. A exciting book
  11. A good parent
  12. A good service from a shop or company
  13. Furniture you like
  14. A useful device (not a computer)
  15. Traditional clothing in your country
  16. A public place you visited
  17. An interesting foreign person
  18. A time when you helped an old person
  19. A time you taught someone something
  20. An unusual meal
  21. A school rule you didn’t like
  22. A season you enjoy
  23. A facility you would like to have in your town
  24. A time you saved money
  25. An occasion a visitor came to your house
  26. A popular person you know
  27. A time someone took a nice photo of you (see model answer link below)
  28. An area of water in your country (lake, river etc)
  29. A perfect holiday
  30. A traditional product of your country
  31. A toy from your childhood
  32. A time you had to be polite
  33. A good story you have been told
  34. A time you were glad you had your mobile phone
  35. An important letter
  36. Your biggest achievement
  37. A time you went out with friends
  38. A TV show
  39. A recent development in the place where you live
  40. A successful business person
  41. A special occasion in your life

You can find a model answer for topic number 27: Model Answer Nice Photo of you

For IELTS speaking tips, model answers and free videos, click here: MAIN IELTS SPEAKING PAGE. Use the RED BAR at the top of the website to find your tips and lessons ๐Ÿ™‚

All the best



  1. This website is awesome!
    Many thanks

  2. Kashyap Mehta says:

    Hi Liz, firstly thank you for the helpful tips. My speaking test consists of topics as below:
    19th March 2018,
    Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India.
    Part 1:
    Do you work / study?
    Which type of training that they provided?
    Does training is required for all the jobs.
    When you take a meal?
    Which meal do you like the most?
    How much you travel daily?
    Which medium of travel do you use?
    Part 2:
    And why it is so important.
    Part 3:
    How people in your country take care of their health.
    How does man / women do excercise.
    Is their any difference in doing exercise for old people and young people.
    How does school effects the health of a child
    Who is responsible for the health of a child, parents or teachers.

  3. rabia kamran says:

    I gave my ielts speaking on 16-3-2018 in Dubai.
    Part 1 qs
    what is your name?
    where do you live?
    how many years you are living in this country?
    which mobile applications you use frequently?
    In your country which mobile application people use more?
    if you get chance can you design any mobile application?
    How many hours do you sleep?
    How many hours an average person should sleep?
    Do you think afternoon nap is good for health?
    PART 2
    An occasion a visitor came to your home
    PART 3
    If you get a chance to travel to other country what would be your preference hotel or friend home?
    what facilities a hotel should provide?
    what they should do to improve their service?
    if you visit any other country will you adopt their culture?
    does tourism damage the environment, if yes what steps govt should take?
    Are you satisfy with the tourism of Dubai?

    • Thanks for sharing ๐Ÿ™‚

      • Ms Liz forgive me if this is a stupid question.. in answering speaking questions like for describing a movie youve watched or a book youve read, since i did those in the past should we use past tense? Like for describing the plot can we use present tense? Thanks so much

        • You need to show flexibility in using grammar tenses. Describing a plot will involve present simple, past simple, past continuous, present perfect etc.

  4. soman kutty says:

    I gave my ielts speaking test today i.e 14.3.18, from Pune.
    Question asked in the first section were,
    1. What is your full name and where do you live
    2. Are you a student or working, where ?
    3. How far is your office from home and how much time you take to reach and why?
    4. Was it easy to find the ielts speaking test venue
    5. Which mode of conveyance you use for traveling to office
    6. What do you do while driving
    7. Has usage of Internet has changed over time

    Second section part 2

    Topic: what are the things you do for a healthy living

    Part 3

    1. How can government inculcate healthy lifestyle in people.
    2 what role a school can play for healthy lifestyle of student.
    3. Does youth follow healthy lifestyle. State reasons.

    I think examiner was quite content with my responses. Hope to score at least 7.5 band

  5. IELTS speaking, Hyderabad,India
    What’s your favourite history time
    What did they do
    When was it

    My examiner was having some headache or something I don’t know she’s seem to be annoyed and kept rubbing her forehead
    Throughout my exam I had asked only once to repeat the question in part-3 for that she was annoyed and moody throughout the exam
    Will that affect my band score

    • Don’t worry about your examiner’s attitude. Examiners are only human and sometimes are not feeling well, but it won’t affect your score at all ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. Please be careful of using this website. I memorised an answer for my speaking tests and it clearly made the examiner angry. You should speak naturally. This website did not help me.

    • I have posted AGAIN AND AGAIN – DO NOT MEMORISE ANSWERS!!!!!!! My model answers are to learn skills and techniques. You can’t cheat IELTS.

      DO NOT MEMORISE ANSWERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Memorising answers is a form of cheating !!!!!!!!!!

      • Rightly said Liz ..
        Sahil..just because you did a mistake by memorizing you cannot damage the credibility of this website..
        This an awsome incredible weswbsite for ielts writers..

        • Sahil, donot post such offensive comments. It is your responsibility to read all the information posted on this website and it has clearly mentioned above the model answers!!!! NOT TO MEMORIZE!!! And also how can you be sure that examiner was angry due to your answer? Did he convey any clear and audible message rather than expressions? You are too quick to judge things.. please do take care..

    • ISu Upadya says:

      You are a complete idiot and im happy if u got bad results so that next time u can be more respective and greatful.

      Madam Liz, I got 8.5 because of you. Thank you sooooooooo much and I bless you for this amazing help and lessons.

      Im from Sri Lanka.

    • Sahil, very foolish of you to have memorized an answer; totally your own fault. Doubly foolish to tell everybody about it while trying to undermine an incredibly useful and professional resource such as this website. You’re an idiot.

  7. Hi Liz,
    Thank you for all the information you provide on web. It helped me to have an idea about IELTS system.
    Today I had my speaking test. It really surprised me, because the examiner didnt ask me about my family. She asked me about where I live and if it is close to the exam place and what I wanted to be when I was a child in first part.
    At the second part, the topic was about a sportsperson that I love. This topic was horrible for me because I dont follow any sports and any spesific person in this field. So I remembered a name and just made up things about him. I couldnt find a lot to talk about nothing but still tried my best. My grammer was almost all good, I tried to sound as clear as possible, and I tried using some complex sentences, but not too many I can say. What would my score be like in this case? She understood I didnt have much idea about sports but still tried to speak to fill this 2 minutes timing as I confessed.

    The third part of the test was related with the same topic: sports. But this time it was easier to answer, because it was all about life. To gain an achievement what one should do, is being a team or an individual in sports easier, should sports be compulsary at schools and why, why do some parents force on their children to be good at sports. These are the questions on the 3th part.

    Thanks for your help during my preparation to this exam. I hope I can take 6.5 overall to do a masters program!

    • Umm have you seen my post? I’m surprised you’ve not approved it.

      • You asked me about your score. I can’t predict scores. Your score is based on fluency, vocab, grammar and pron – I haven’t heard any of your English.

  8. Aucklander21 says:

    I had my speaking exam today (2nd of March in Auckland)

    Part 1:
    Below are some of the questions the examiner asked me:
    1. How far is your place from here? (the test venue)
    2. Do you find the place you currently reside interesting?
    3. Do you think sleep is important?
    4. How many hours of sleep should a person have?
    5. Do you think older people should get more sleep?
    6. Any methods to have a good sleep?

    Part 2:
    Cue Card: Recent development in your city
    1. Where is it
    2. What was the place before the development
    3. Duration of the work/development
    4. Importance of this development for the city

    Part 3:
    1. What kind of leisure can be both suitable for young and old people?
    2. Do you think going to the cinemas is a good kind of leisure?
    3. Do you think young adults should be interested in theatre?

  9. Manpreet Kaur says:

    Dear Liz,
    Thank you for your tips and learning sessions. Today was my speaking test in Delhi. I have made a list of questions which I have remembered.
    Part -1
    1. Where do you live?
    2. Do you work or do study?
    3. What is the work time suits you?
    4. Do you think people are getting good time to sleep? How much time you get for sleep and think it should be?
    5. How much time you sleep in a day?
    6. What do you think about sleep in noon? Why it’s needed? If so, then how much?
    7. Have you ever been visited zoo?
    8. Which is your favorite wild animal and why?
    9. If you get a chance will you and your family visit zoo and why?
    10. Have you had a pet animal at your home?
    11. Do you like pet animal if so which one and why?
    12. Do you think children should have concern about animals and why?

    Part- 2 – CUE CARD
    Somebody who took a pic of yours and it’s special to you.
    1. Who he/she was?
    2. Why do you remember that?
    3. Where it was?
    4. What was the special?

    Part -3 – talk about photographs
    1. Why do you think photographs are important in our life?
    2. What do you feel if you see photographs on screen rather than hard copies.
    3. What are the differences between them?
    4. Do you think it’s a good idea to hire photographer in special occasion and why?
    5. Some people think that digitize pics overcome the importance of hard copies pics. Do you agree with this? Why and how?
    6. Do you think it’s good to print the pics along with article or simple article is sufficient for newspaper? What is the importance of this? Why?
    Rest of other questions, I forget. ๐Ÿ˜ฌ๐Ÿ˜ฌ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜‰

  10. Hi Liz,

    Wanted to say thanks for sharing the list of recent speaking topics.
    Today was my Ielts speaking test in Mumbai and I got topic no. 20 an unusual meal, without your help I would have not performed in my test.
    Thanks for your kind help.


    • Waqar Raza says:

      Hello Liz
      Many thanks for sharing list
      I have my ielts speaking test 28 Feb an I got the same topic today . I’m from Karachi-Pakistan.

      Many thanks
      Waqar Raza

  11. Imam Hyder Ali says:

    Hi Liz,
    My speaking test was today, 27th February
    Questions in Part 1 :
    Are you working? or you a student ?
    What is your job?
    Why did you choose that job?
    Do you like you job?
    Do you plan to continue with your job in the future?

    Part 2:
    Describe a Car Journey you recently had

    Part 3:
    What professions require good drivers?
    People in your Country prefer public transport or private one ?
    How good is public transport in your country?
    Public or Private transport, which is better in your country?
    – I choose Private Transport for this question, then
    What do you think the government should do in order to satisfy the public ?

  12. Sheetal Sharma says:

    Hi Liz,firstly thank you so much for all your helpful tips. I had my speaking test on 24/02 in New Zealand and my topic for part 2 was โ€œTalk about an important thing that i learnt NOT from school or collegeโ€. I completely overthought the question and answered โ€œimportance of family โ€œ as my answer,though i justified what i said in regards to the question.Will they mark me down on this??Is there a right or wrong answer? Or do they just mark me on my language? Thank you๐Ÿ˜Š

  13. Dear Liz,
    24.02 was my exam, Moscow

    Cue card was with “a good parent” topic

    Thank you for your great website, it helped a lot!

  14. Hi liz,
    Today was my speaking exam in punjab
    Cue card- describe a toy that someone gifted you
    -what was it?
    -when did it given to u?
    -have you often play with it and with whom?

  15. Bunches of thanks for your madam!
    Today I had my speaking test (Uzbekistan) and the cue cards, posted by you, really helped me and did well ๐Ÿค—
    5th card: “Interesting school subject”

  16. Dear liz I had my speaking test today morning.. my topic was a special day that cost nothing. And I talked on whale watching and diving I went last year. Actually it cost nothing cause the boat owner is my uncle. I am really feel like it was not suitable.for.the question.though I told.the reason.why it was totally free. Plz answer me.

    • It sounds completely fine for your speaking test ๐Ÿ™‚ I don’t see any problem at all. Lucky you getting to watch whales ๐Ÿ™‚

      • Thank you so much madam for your kind reply. I was so fortunate to see both whales and dolphins ar the same location.

  17. Gurpreet kaur says:

    Hi Liz Mam
    Today is My Speaking Test Done
    20 February 2018
    IDP Patiala

    1. School
    2. Family/Family Activities
    3. Work/Study
    Describe an advertisement you saw or heard
    Follow-up questions related to:-

    Thank you so much mam

  18. Prachi Goyal says:

    Hi Liz, your site and videos are very useful. Thanks for being such a wonderful trainer, it really helps.

    Today I had my speaking test and unfortunately it didn’t go well.

    I was asked to talk about a river in my country. And I didn’t had much idea about it๐Ÿ˜ฅ.

    Tell me one thing, do the examiner herself provide a score or the recording is listened again and examined by someone else?

  19. Paba Madhumalie says:

    Hi all,
    I had my IELTS Speaking test today (11th Feb 2018) and this was the topic I got for my part 2.
    * Tell about a thing that you do to stay healthy.
    * What do you do.
    * When or how often do you do it.
    * Where you do it.
    * How does it help you to stay healthy.
    Hope this will help someone. Good Luck!
    And Liz, thanks a bunch for all the help youโ€™re giving out!

  20. Today was my speaking test.10-2-2018.
    She asked me about a Perfect House.

  21. My speaking topic for today was ‘Describe an interesting place in your city or country that tourists don’t know about’ why is it interesting and why would you recommend it for tourists. Test taken in Lithuania:)

  22. Talat Masood says:

    My topic for today speaking was “A country you would like to work or live in “.

  23. Dakin Gheorghe says:

    I had my speaking exam this morning and my topic for 2 minutes was “AN IMPORTANT LETTER”.

    I couldn’t remember the other follow up questions exactly in Part 3 but they were also related to the letter topic.

    Thanks Liz for all the tips.

    I think I did well today. No stutters and stammers.
    Hopefully, less mistakes. ๐Ÿ™‚

  24. My speaking test was today.
    I was asked to taleave about a time when I had to teach someone something.

  25. My speaking topic on 20th Jan was “Somebody you helped”

  26. Hi luz,
    For the cue card “a recent development in the place where you live” can we describe the opening of a sport and leisure centre in our neighbourhood which was built recently?

  27. Hi liz,
    In the cue card ” a day that cost you nothing” can we describe a walk to the countryside?

  28. Number 10. An exciting book.

  29. Dear Liz,
    Thank you very much for the great job you are doing. Your tips, advice, model answers are invaluable.
    The best of luck and health.
    Enjoy your holiday.
    Hope, you’ll soon be refreshed and back.
    Yours faithfully,

  30. Parita patel says:

    Thank you Liz for speaking topics…

  31. Liz, how are you doing? Seems you have started your holidays. Still looking out for your latest post.

  32. Thanks liz. Get well soon.

  33. Hello Liz!

    Thank you very much for all the information you have posted on your website! My IELTS Speaking Test is on 30th Jan 2018 and the L/R/W is on 1st Feb 2018. My test location is Mumbai.

    Your website and the Cambridge sample tests are the only study material I have needed so far. I am aiming for a Band 8.5. I will keep you posted. Enjoy your holidays!

    Take care,

    • Hi Anu,

      How was your speaking test and what topic did you get?

      • Hi John,
        The Speaking Test went fine. My topic was – Describe your idea of a perfect vacation. The people you would go with, the activities you would do etc. Then she asked about whether the vacation would help the company in any way, so basically whether it would impact employee productivity etc. All in all, the examiner was very kind and encouraging. She kept smiling and nodding through the interview, so that was very encouraging.
        All the best to you for your exam!

    • Same tests dates!)
      Tomorrow is my speaking too, good luck to us!))

  34. I love you Liz. It is well with you.

  35. Hi Dear Liz,

    I would like to how to answer for the following questions
    in Speaking part 2

    Describe the clothes you prefer wear?

    what the clothes look like?
    when you prefer to wear them?
    where you like to buy them?

    • There are NO questions in speaking part 2. I think you need to review the cue cards again – THERE ARE NO QUESTIONS AT ALL. No, cue card contains questions.

  36. Dear Liz

    Have a lovely break.
    Thanks a zillion for all your help.

  37. Thanks Liz. Your website was great help.
    Jan 20 US
    Where do you live?
    Tell me something about your town?
    Do u read newspapers? – I responded digital news like CNN
    What do you read first in the morning?
    Part 2:
    Tell me an event you celebrated
    Part 3:
    Do countries benefit from major events – e.g. Winter Olympics
    Many people think it is a bad idea to broadcast these events on TV -Agree/Disagree: I Disagreed

    Same day my wife:
    Part 1:
    City she lives in
    How far it is from here
    Part 2:
    Something that she had not learned in school but learned later in her life

  38. Hi Liz,

    Appreciate all your support for IELTS.

    I have doubt in speaking section. In cue card section, while speaking can we look in to the cue card (the key words written by myself ) and speak in case if i forget the points?

  39. my questions on january 6 exam (in turkey)

    in which district/neighborhood you live (in the city), how is that district (something like that), and do you like that district,?

    what do you use dictionaries for? ( thank god i saw that question in this website before :)) If someone gave you a dictionary as a present, would you be happy?

    she asked about hobbies, why do you think its important for adults to have hobbies?
    another question was: they say children learn easier than elder people (she told an idiom that i cant remember), do you agree? also questions about elderly people learning skills and having hobbies, probably about importance of having hobbies in that age group.

    cue card: tell about something you learned outside the school and university, what did you learn, how you learned it, how important /or valuable was it? and one more related question i believe. that was hard to prepare, because i’ve given no thought on that before

    the examiner was kind and calm, she was helpful in that respect. the previous examiner was more neutral (that’s ok) , but she was asking questions very fast, and really didnt allow time. she may have asked me more than 20 questions and probably gave around 30 seconds to reply. her hand was on the chronometer! ๐Ÿ˜€ towards the end i had to speak like a machine gun. i dont think people often meet an examiner like this one. anyway i got 7.5 in this attempt and 7 in first.

  40. Hi liz
    I just want to confirm that as rules are getting change in the following month. Is it possible that ielts band score table will b also changed ?
    If yes please reply me.

  41. Mam I am Sowmya from Kuwait. I am very much thankful to you for your valuable lessons.
    I had my Ielts test on January 20.My questions wer :name , profession ,outside activities
    part 2 was: unusual meal u had when ,where,with whom?
    Part 3:outside food ,why people choose restaurant food than home food?hw it affects the tradition?advantages and disadvantages of outside foods?

  42. tons of love that i found you in this side, it is really helpful to help me as a language learner. wish that you will always be healthy.

  43. Hi Liz
    My speaking topic was an unusual meal. Part three of the test had questions related to food, such as:
    – Advantages and disadvantages of food transport across the globe
    – typical meal in your culture
    – your opinion on meat processing in North America
    – what are the typical occasions when you give and receive presents in your culture

    • Thanks for sharing ๐Ÿ™‚ For other students reading these questions, any question relating to America will probably not be asked. IELTS speaking does not test your knowledge – never! Questions only ask for samples of your spoken English. Questions usually relate to the country you reside in.

  44. may the Almighty God, the healing master, grant you healthy life to continue to touch lives like mine

  45. Get well soon Liz! Loads of love.

  46. Gurpreet kaur says:

    Thank you so much liz mam๐Ÿ˜Š
    You are best teacher in the world according to my experience
    You are very helpful …god bless you mam
    Again Thanku You

  47. shinyrajsiril says:

    Writing task 2 (20Jan Academic module)
    Some people think that it is the responsibilty of government to transport the children to school and other people think that it is the responsibilty of parents to sent their children to school. Discuss both views and your opinion.

    • shinyrajsiril says:

      I appreciate your efforts… you are a great teacher. Thanks for the wonderful classes… i wish all of your students get band score 7 and above… Good luck.

  48. shinyrajsiril says:

    Hi i am Shiny,
    I wrote my exam on 20th Jan. Academic module, Test Centre- Kuwait.
    Following are the questions asked in the three different modules:
    Speaking cue card topic;
    A recent development that had happened in the place where you live.
    -what was it?
    -where is it?
    -how long did it take to complete the work?
    -what health benefits are getting for the people through this development.

    – does governments have any responsibilty in ensuring the law (rules and regulations) has been followed by the people while constructing new buildings?
    -what do you think about government…are they keen in observing things about other people and is corruption free.
    -modes of transportaton in your place and what are advantages of good transportation facilities for the nation.
    -Childhood activities
    -what childhood activities did you enjoy when you were a child.
    -outdoor activities that you like.
    -few questions about traditonal and modern achitecture.

    (-Examiner did not ask me from the question paper ๐Ÿ™‚ )

    Writing task 1
    Bar chart on the amount of time spent according to the status of employment by men and women during, 1998 2008 2012. (Categorised into 4- unemployed women, part-time employed women, full-time employed wom)

  49. Thanks Liz !!!

    Appreciate your help & input.

  50. Wishing for your quick recovery Liz.
    Enjoy the break.
    Just a small question. If I myself don’t have any particular experience regarding the cue card topic, can I say that I haven’t had that experience, but I know someone who did.
    Can I do that?

  51. Kushal Puri says:

    Thanks for sharing these topics.. Wishing you for an early recovery and great holidays.. Will we see sample answers on these topics?

  52. I had the ielts exam on 20th this month, question was about the newest development( construction, building, service, etc) in my city that I find most useful.

  53. I completed exam on 18jan, w. T-2 topic is science tell us that some activities are important to stay healthy, despite of knowing to everyone, millions of people do the bad activities. What are the causes and solutions . And speaking topic about part-1 is about regarding study, part-2 is about describe a park or garden u saw when u were a child. Part-3 is extension of part -2 questions.

  54. On 20th Jan I had a speaking cue card on a toy from childhood

  55. ABUL HASAN says:

    I strongly belive you are a best mentor of IELTS.

  56. Hi Liz,

    Speaking topic for section 2 in Auckland last week : describe a technology (not computer): what is it, what do you use for and how often do you use. Topic for section 3: why some older people struggle with new technology, how does it impact them and who should be responsible for teaching them; topic for section 1: home town, gifts ( a gift received recently, do you like to choose gifts? Any gifts you received but didn’t like): neighbor (relationship)

  57. Abhimanyu Kashyap says:

    My ielts speaking test was today on 22 January 2018
    In part 1
    I didn’t answer the two questions of why
    In part 2
    Last place you visited near your hometown
    In this i spoke and ended up by myself only
    In part 3
    There were question related to the topic in part 2
    I’m really afraid that i didn’t anwer 2 question in task 1 due to my nervousness whether i would get a minimum required band score or not?
    I would like to ask Liz Mam that what do you think the score i should get if my part 1 was not good but part 2 and part 3 were above average what kind of score should i get?


  58. Fatemeh Mohammadzadeh says:

    Dear Liz,

    Thanks alot for your nice website. it is really great. I offer your website to each person who is needed to learn for an Ielts.

    I have one problem in speaking which is about extra “s” I add at the end of some words whitout conscious. I know Grammer well and it is our of my hand. like accent. How I can solve this?can I tell this problem to examiner of speaking before starting the test?

    Best Regards

    • This is a pronunciation problem that you never fixed. If it is due to a medical reason, you might be able to submit a medical certificate about an impediment. But if it is due to bad habits, it will affect your score.

  59. Get well soon Liz, Thank you a lot for the lessons they helped me so much

  60. Thanks a lot Liz. Enjoy your holiday.

  61. Dianne Gansatao says:

    Hi, I had my exam last Saturday, January 20th and the Part 2 was about an achievement which I am very proud of. ๐Ÿ™‚

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