(2024) IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic Fast Food

IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic Fast Food

Haseeb Jamil
IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic Fast Food

Questions and Answers

1. What do you have for breakfast?

Sample 1: If I’m in a rush, I probably go to the street stalls and grab a bite to eat. And scallion pancake is my favorite. If I don’t sleep in, I just eat something at home, like, some whole wheat bread together with beef, an omelet and an apple.

Sample 2: I usually have simple food at breakfast like buns and soy milk or sometimes breakfast cereal. When I get up late and don’t have so much time for breakfast, I just grab a piece of bread.

2. Do you eat fast food?

Sample 1: Yeah, I do have fast food you know, it tastes good. The thing is, I just eat this kind of food occasionally because it’s very high in calories, and is not so good for health. After that, have to work out in the gym to burn off the calories.

Sample 2: Yes, of course. Fast food like McDonalds and Pizza Hut are my favorite. This kind of food tastes good and more importantly, it’s quick to have and I don’t need to cook. I know that some people think fast food is unhealthy for high levels of sugar, fat or salt. But it’s definitely a good option when you are running late and don’t have time to cook.

3. What are the different kinds of fast food in China?

There are many kinds actually, and I just wanna talk about two of them. The first one is Luosifen, river snails rice noodle from Liu Zhou. It smells awful but tastes great. Another one is ham sausage. It’s a good choice to have it with congee, or instant noodles.


VocabularyMeaning Example
rush (noun) /rʌʃ/ a situation in which you have to hurry or move somewhere quicklyI’m sorry I can’t talk now, I’m in a rush.
stall (noun) /stɔːl/a small shop with an open front or a table from which goods are solda market stall
scallion (noun) /ˈskæliən/a small onion with a white part at the bottom and long, green leaves which is eaten in salads
omelet (noun) /ˈɒmlət/a food made with eggs that have been mixed and fried, often with other foods addeda cheese omelette
buns (noun) /bʌn/a small, round cakean iced bun
soy milk (noun) /ˈsɔɪ ˌmɪlk/a liquid from soy beans that people use instead of milk
cereal (noun) /ˈsɪə.ri.əl/ a plant that is grown to produce graincereal crops
burn off (phrasal verb) /bɜrn/If you burn off pounds or something that you have eaten, you do exerciseWe eat too much and don’t burn it off with enough exercise.

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Vocabulary: Cambridge Dictionary

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