COMMON IELTS SPEAKING QUESTIONS: TRAVEL and TRANSPORT (PARTS 1,2,3)

Looking for IELTS Speaking Questions about Travel and Transport to practice with? Below is a collection of common speaking questions related to the said topic. Feel free to leave comments or feedback. You may add questions about the topic to help others too.  

INTERVIEW:

What kind of transportation do you use?
– Do you like walking? Why?
– Are there specific places for walking in your area?

Do you usually take a bus or a taxi? Why?
– Is it easy to use a bus or a taxi in your area?

Do you like to travel?
– How often do you travel?
– Can you describe the transportation system in your city or country?
– Is it convenient and easy to use?

What transportation is available in your country?

Can you describe the transportation system in your city or country?
– Is it convenient and easy to use?

CUE CARD:

Describe a long car journey that you remember well. Please say

– When was it?
– Where did you go?
– Who did you go there with?

Talk about a journey that you remember well. Please say
– When and where was it?
– Who did you go with?
– Did you like or dislike the journey? Why?

 DISCUSSION:

Why do you still remember that trip?
– How did you feel after finishing it?
– What do you think about the car industry now?
– What do you think about new technology development in the car industry?
– Are there environmental issues related to car industry in the world?
– How can these issues be resolved?

What types of cars are popular in your country? Why?
– What cars are preferred by men and by women? Why?
– Do people purchase a car to show their status?

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