Drinking Water & Maps Speaking Part 1 Questions With Answers

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Drinking water & Maps Speaking part 1 Questions With Answers. These are the IELTS Speaking part 1 Topics and Questions on general topics about your life. Your answers will be from your life and experience.


Drinking water & Maps Speaking part 1 Questions With Answer

Question 1. Do you think we should drink a lot of water?

Answer – Yes, of course; I strongly believe as a yoga instructor that water should be consumed in maximum and adequate quantity by each and every individual.

Question 2. How often do you drink water?

Answer – I like to keep one bottle full of water wherever I go, so I drink water more often, like in the cap of half an hour, and actually, I follow an organic schedule by drinking 4 to 5 litres of water every day.

Question 3. Do you drink bottled water or water from machines?

Answer – Well, I live in an area in my city where water from Municipal Corporation is yet to be provided as a connection, so I had to choose an arrow plant to surprise my needs, so yes, I drink water from the water purifier.

Question 4. What kind of water do you like to drink

Answer – I like both bottled water and regular water whenever I am travelling. I prefer bottled water, but whenever I’m at my home or working from the company, I prefer the water from machines

Question 5. Do you often use maps?

Answer – yes nowadays it has become so common amongst youngsters to use maps because our cities have developed a lot, and recently I moved to Ahmedabad, and it is very new to me so whenever I’m exploring some new shops or a new restaurant I need to use Google Maps to reach to the destination

Question 6. Who taught you how to use a map?

Answer – I am a technocrat person, and nobody has talked me how to use or explore places on the map. I myself, out of curiosity, have learned this.

Question 7. Do you prefer electronic maps or paper maps?

Answer – I think electronic maps are more preferable conceivably because whenever we are going nowadays, we are without fail to keep our mobiles with us. Hence, mobiles have such applications through which we can explore maps. In the case of paper maps, we have to keep them in the backpack because if we keep them in pockets, it is a risk that it will get wet in the monsoon season or it will become useless.

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