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IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic Chocolate
Questions and Answers
1. Do you like eating chocolate? Why/why not?
Sample 1: I think I have mixed feelings about chocolate. That’s because the silky smooth texture makes me feel like, I just can’t get enough of it. The point is, it also makes me gain weight so easily, so every time I only eat a little to tickle my sweet tooth.
Sample 2: Absolutely! I love all kinds of milk chocolate. They are simply pleasurable to eat! I love the rich, smooth, and creamy texture of chocolates. Not to mention, I simply feel happier after eating chocolates, the unique flavor is just so appealing to me.
2. What’s your favourite flavour?
Sample 1: The flavor I like the most, well that must be the nut chocolate. Honestly, it’s really moreish. When I have a bite of it, it’s like the hazelnut and the chocolate itself are mixed together. I should say, I’m really hooked on its layered taste.
3. Do you think it is good to use chocolate as gifts to others?
Yeah, it’s always a good idea to get people for chocolate gifts. Some young people use it to tell someone how he or she feel, maybe on Valentine’s Day. And it’s also great to give a blind box of chocolate as a kind of gift to the friend who happens to be a chocolate addict. The process is gonna be fun.
5. What’s your favourite flavour?
Milk chocolate, hands down. They are so smooth and creamy, which is such a pleasure to eat. Occasionally I do consume some variation of flavors such as mint, they are quite refreshing to have, but not as good as milk chocolate.
6. Do you think it is good to use chocolate as gifts to others?
I don’t know about history, but it is a tradition that people give chocolate to their significant other on Valentine’s Day. Other than that, I would say chocolate may not be a good gift choice because many people have dietary restrictions that prevent them from eating chocolate or certain types of chocolate. For example, many people are allergic to nuts, dairy products, or alcohol, which many chocolates have them as part of the ingredient.
|silky (adj) /ˈsɪl.ki/
|soft and smooth, like silk
|Persian cats have long, silky fur.
|an increase in body weight
|I gained a lot of weight while I was on holiday.
|nut chocolate (noun) /nʌt ˈtʃɒklət /
|chocolate containing nuts
|moreish (adj) /ˈmɔː.rɪʃ/
|having a very pleasant taste and making you want to eat more.
|These peanuts are very moreish, aren’t they?
|hazelnut (noun) /ˈheɪ.zəl.nʌt/
|a nut with a hard, brown shell. Hazelnuts come from the hazel tree.
|layered (adj) /ˈleɪ.əd/
|arranged in layers or thin sheets, one on top of another
|She wore a silk layered gown.
|a blind box
|Blind Box is a type of packaging that keeps its contents hidden
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