IELTS Speaking Sample Answers # Arts

Art is that area that is in recent times being given a lot of importance. People have started to realize that it is equally important for the all round development of the child. Let  us have a look at some of the questions and the possible answers related to arts.

Are you good at art?

Art is a really vast subject, I believe and if it is about drawing things here and there, I would say I am pretty fine at it. But, I am surely not one of those swho can go on to make some master pieces.

I think I am good at, all thanks to the art classes that I attended during my teen years. They were a great help during my growing years and taught me lot of creativity. Now, I can easily draw simple day to day things like pen or a face.


Did you learn art at  school when you were a child?

Yes. We did had an arts subject during our school days and we were taught lot of basic things like how to color, shade or different kinds of paintings.

No, I did not. In our school, there was a choice between arts and music and I opted music.

What kind of art do you like?

I love sketching human faces. I really am fascinated by the different moods a face can easily depict. There is lot that be can said with a human face.

I like sketching natural things, the ones that are very near to nature. It could be mountains or rivers or the trees, anything that is near to nature.

Is art popular in your country?

I would say, art surely does gets importance as people really like to see great art work but when it comes down to choosing arts as a career it is not a very popular choice among people. They prefer pursuing their art goals a mere hobby.

Arts is truly respected in my country. People who can draw well are surely in demand in fields like army, police and country development. Recently, our prime minister hired twenty great artist of our country to create designs that will be painted on the walls of areas which are not very developed. He has a vision to ensure that every one lives in a nice livelihood.

Have you ever been to an art gallery?

I am not particularly an art fan. So, I have never visited any art gallery, although I do like watching the paintings made by my friends.

Oh! I have gone there so many times. I love them. It is so much fun to see people portray so much on a single canvas>

Do you think children can benefit from going to art galleries?

I think definitely yes. Art is that part of our lives that brings out the creative side of ours. If children go and visit art galleries, they might be able to understand things better and may be feel motivated to draw things and explore their creative side.

I don’t think children will be very much benefited by just going to art gallery. It is very important for them to understand what is being shown, what is the meaning, how it has been made and why is art important. It is only when they understand the answers to the questions, it makes sense to make children visit art gallery.




IELTS Speaking Sample Answer # Math

Today let us have a look at some of the questions related to math and their possible answers.

Are you good at math?

I would say, I am at an intermediate level. So, I know things but I am not very proficient at it.

No, I am not very good at Math. It is one of those subjects that truly scares me of but in recent times I have started working on it and by now I am able to do the basic things right.

Did you like mathematics when you were at school?

I loved math when I was at school. I remember I used to be the one child who used to do the math questions very fast. It was real fun and for me math was like a game, I enjoyed playing.

When at schoo, I really didn’t liked math. It was that one subject that scared me a lot. For some reasons, I could not understand the basic concepts. It was only in later years that I started understanding and began to develop a taste for it.

What was your teacher like in school?

My math teacher was really nice. She used to help everyone, starting from the ones who almost knew it all to the ones who couln’t barely move a pen. She belived that math is something that will come only by practice and we need to practice as much as possible to ensure we get a good hold of the subject.

I belive that the fear I had for math was partially because of the different teachers that taught me. I clearly remember, she used to teach us a few basics and then ask us to do the sums on our own. If we found any issues in any sum, she would simply scold. But the teacher that I got during my final years, was really nice. She would not only help us with sums but make sure we understand the concepts well.

What did you learn in math?

Starting with algebra, we learnt geometry, set concepts, trignometry and the other practical applications of math like Simple Interest, Compound Interest, Time and work etc.

Did you use calculator when doing math?

We were not allowed to use calculator during the initial days of our school, i.e. till I was in High School but when we reached our Intermediate schools, we were provided with calculator.

Calculators were not provided to us during our school days. It was only when I opted for math in my college years that I was provided with calculator.

Do you think math is an important subject for students to learn?

I think definitely yes. It teaches students the logic required to solve the everyday problems. It opens up the logical thinking of the human brain and I think no matter you don’t require it directly, it is always necessary for better understanding of our lives.


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Cue Card # TV Programme

Talk about a TV programme which you like

You should say:

  • The name of the programme
  • What happens in this programme
  • How often you watch it
  • Explain why you like this programme



Sample Answer:

Watching TV is my favourite pastime. Even though I am an adolescent, my preferences still tend to lean towards cartoons and animated shows. Today, I’m going to talk about an animated TV show I love. It is called My Little Pony (MLP). This show is about a pony named Twilight Sparkle who is introduced to us as an exceptionally studious and workaholic character. Along with her friends she goes on to becoming a protector of Equestria through the magic of friendship. As the show only airs on Sundays, I tend to watch it weekly.
The programme is oddly enjoyable due to the fact that it has a deep character study and simply because it is immensely imaginative. It hoists a surprisingly large fandom of mostly males aged 15 and above which is ironic as it was created for girls up to 15. The show is known for its plot twists and humour and especially the breaking of the fifth dimension. Another appealing aspect of the show is its amazing capability of inspiration making the fandom dominate several huge web galleries. As odd as it may sound, the fandom creation of products makes the show even more enticing and debatable. So, as you can guess, I always look forward to a Sunday.



IELTS Cue Card # Talk about any law in your country

IELTS Cue Card: Talk about any law in your country 


You should say:
• What is the law?
• Why is it important?
• When was it implemented?
• Explain what steps have been taken to implement it.


IELTS Cue Card Sample Answer:

In my view, when it comes to effective administration in a large democratic country like India, the legislature needs strict laws. But, it should be taken into consideration that the government should not take away the rights and freedom enjoyed by its citizens. For this, the Indian constitution provides a powerful law. Today, I will be talking about a law which comes under the article 32 of the Indian constitution.
According to this law, any citizen of India can move to the supreme court directly if he finds any of his fundamental right unprotected and the apex court can issue a writ in that case. This law is also called the heart and soul of the Indian constitution.
This law has an immense importance. It not only acts as a safeguard of the fundamental rights of the Indian citizens but acts as a watchdog on the government. It applies reasonable restrictions on the ruling party and its wilful working style. In short, it provides a provision that the parliament cannot override the constitution in any case.
This law was implemented with the commencement of the Indian constitution on 26th January 1950. Interestingly, various judgements have been made in favour of this law since then. To be honest, I am not aware of any steps that have been taken to implement it.

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