Your Neighbourhood Part 1 Questions With Answer: IELTS Speaking Test

Your neighbourhood Part 1 Questions With Answer: IELTS Speaking Test. 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.

Your neighbourhood Part 1 Questions With Answer: IELTS Speaking Test

Question 1:- Can you describe the house where you live to me?

Answer 1:- Well, yes, I can describe my house. It is a four-bedroom apartment which is located on the ground floor. It has one kitchen, an attached washroom along with the rooms and one big hall for the guest. Also, I have an open Garden in which my mother used to plant some vegetables, and in the winter, we sit in the garden and have some vitamin D from the sun.

Answer 2:- My house is located in hallelujah estate, Abeokuta, Ogun state. The house number is 22 B, the only house in the estate with a green gate. The exterior part is partly fenced with bricks and partly iron bars painted black. Flowers are planted around the house, and beautiful lighting is on the fence. The compound has an interlocking floor and a garage containing four cars. For the interior, it is a four-bedroom flat, and each room has its toilet. It has a kitchen, a big sitting room and a comfortable dining room. The wall is well plastered and painted grey colour while the floor of all room is fully tiled.

Question 2:- What is there to do in the area where you live?

Answer 1:- In the area where I live there are plenty of things which I can do, like from my house. There was a park which is 500, 500 m away and a lot of people came there to do yoga and karate practice, and in the evening we were used to loving, walking and especially young people run on the running track and also there is a market located near my house. People can purchase groceries and some food items for their homes.

Answer 2:- There are several things to do in my area. There is a sports complex at the centre of the area where inhabitants go to perform sports. Similarly, there is a small garden with beautiful flowers for relaxation. Finally, the biggest shopping mall is located in my area.

Question 3:- What do you like about the area where you live?

Answer 1:- I really like the area where I live because of the environment where I live and also the people around my house. The neighbours were fantastic, and they were helpful every time whenever I needed some help. Last Sunday, when my mother was not at home, she went out with her friends and my neighbour’s aunt. She cooked a meal for me in the afternoon, and I felt thrilled to receive this kind of gesture from her.

Answer 2:- I like my area and would reconsider it when I am asked to choose an area again. The serenity of my area is what captivates me most. Also, the inhabitants of my area are peaceful and friendly. For example, a neighbour helped me with one of my bags some time ago when I was returning home from the market.

Question 4:- How do you think it could be improved?

Answer 1:- It could improve if people did not throw garbage in the open area and the government had to clean the roads daily like last month. When I saw some people around my house, they threw garbage in an open area, and after some days, more and more people used to throw garbage, and it became a garbage hub for them. So I complained to the Secretary of society, and they removed that garbage and applied the proper rules for those who throw garbage in that area.

Answer 2:- My area lacks 100% accommodation because of poor electricity and bad roads. I think it can be improved by installing more transformers in the area because there are few which are not enough to serve the whole community. Also, Governmentment should construct drainage to prevent further damage to the roads, and new roads should be constructed.

Question 5:- Do you think it is better to live in the centre of town or outside of the country? Why?

Answer 1:- I think both points have a son advantages and disadvantages if you live in the centre of the town everything is available, just one step away, like getting medicines to your groceries to your daily needs items. If people live outside the country, they have two waits for the items which they will not get and also sometimes we have to travel and go to the city to purchase some specific items, and this is the difference of life in the centre of the town and outside of the country.

Answer 2:-I think it is better to live in the city centre because a metropolis provides better living conditions. Also, social amenities are available to make living easier.

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