Tea and Coffee & Voice 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.
Tea and Coffee & Voice Speaking part 1 Questions With Answers
1. Do Indians people like to drink tea or coffee?
→ I would say that Indians like both. People who often burn the midnight oil to meet the deadlines would prefer coffee, while those who want to be in the perfect shape would choose tea
2. Do you prepare tea or coffee for guests at home?
→ Yes, I usually make some tea or coffee for my friends when they come to my house. Actually, I don’t know how to make a fresh and delicious cup of tea or coffee, so I use an instant one.
3. When was the last time you drank tea or coffee?
→ I guess it was last week. I drank tea when I went to the supermarket with my family before the quarantine. But the drink at this supermarket was quite bitter for me.
4. Has your voice ever changed?
→ I would say that my voice hasnot changed. I mean, my voice remains the same as when I was a kid
5. Is your voice similar to your parents?
→ Actually, my voice is completely different from my parents’. Their voices are thicker than mine since they were born and raised in the
middle of India, while I was born in the South.
6. Do you like your voice?
→ Sometimes, I find my voice so cute when I speak in Hindi or English. However, this kind of voice brings many problems to
me since my voice is not mature enough to persuade other people.
7. Do you like to record your voice?
→ When I was a child, I found it very awkward to record my voice since my voice through the recorder was weird. However, when I grow older, I think that recording my voice is very necessary when I learn English because I can find mistakes in pronunciation and intonation when I listen to my speech again
8. Does anyone in your family have a similar voice?
→ As I shared earlier, my father and my mother came from a similar region, which is the middle of India, so their voices are not as different as chalk and cheese
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