Leisure Time IELTS Speaking Part 1 Questions With Answer

Leisure Time IELTS 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.


Leisure Time IELTS Speaking Part 1 Questions With Answer

Question (1) What is your favourite leisure activity?

Answer:- My favourite leisure activity is watching movies. I like to watch them as it keeps me relaxed and not thinking about work. It takes me to a new place, and I happily live in that place for 2 or 3 hours.

Question (2) What did you enjoy doing in your free time as a child?

Answer:- I enjoyed it, and I am still enjoying watching and playing cricket. When I was young, I used to collect cricket cards, which would be given free for chips or chocolates. I really enjoyed seeing my collection and would see them every day.

Question (3) Do you prefer to spend your free time with other people or alone?

Answer:- I like to spend my free time with my brother. He is ten years younger than me, and I tease him and play with him always. I also like to spend time with my friends as they are like-minded and we would definitely have a great conversation. I rarely spend time alone, and I like even that too.

Question (4) What is a common leisure activity in your country?

Answer:- Most of them go out for a walk or to eat. Apart from that few of them have a routine sports activity. Many elders prefer to stay at home watching the news on the television.

Question (5) Do most people in your country get two days off a week?

Answer:- No, it is one day off for most of them. MNCs give two days off as they work for western countries. I have two days off as I work for a corporate and that is more than enough for me to relax.

Question (6) Do you think leisure time is important?

Answer:- Of course, they are. It drives us to a stress-free life and keeps us fresh throughout. I feel the leisure time during the weekend is essential for cleansing our mind, so that we would be fresh for the upcoming week.

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