Recent IELTS Speaking Part 1 Questions With Answers: Mirrors

Recent IELTS Speaking Part 1 Questions With Answers: Mirrors. 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.


Recent IELTS Speaking Part 1 Questions With Answers: Mirrors

Question 1:- How often do you look at yourself in the mirror every day?

Answer 1:- See myself in the mirror at least four or five times a day whenever I get ready to go to work or whenever I come back, and I have to look at myself, and how I look, then I would use the mirror.

Answer 2:- I look in the mirror every day. In fact, it is part of my daily routine. When I have to go out shopping for studies as well as hang out with my friends, I usually look in the mirror to check how I look.

Question 2:- Have you ever bought mirrors?

Answer 1:- Definitely, I bought a mirror recently. A couple of days back, we were buying a new house, and we wanted to embellish a room with different equipment, so the mirror was one of them.

Answer 2:- Yes, I remember last year I bought two pairs of mirrors which were so astonishing and one of them I hang out in my room, and now it increases the beauty of my room, and I love it very much.

Question 3:- Would you use Mirrors to decorate rooms?

Answer 1:- Of course, I like to have a reflection on how we look and attach liquids are the optimistic belief that power off actually creates a strong positivity in ourselves, so I have very habit of decorating rooms as much as I can

Answer 2:- Yes, absolutely; I would love to use various kinds of mirrors to design my whole house because I consider that mirrors add up more to the beauty of any place.

Question 4:- Do you check yourself when you decide to buy a mirror?

Answer 1:- Before buying any equipment, I have the habit of making a trial, so even when buying a mirror, I see if it is proper and if my images are accurate.

Answer 2:- Yes, the one thing I always check when purchasing a mirror is any dents or scratches.

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