(2024) IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic Jewelry

IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic Jewelry

IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic Jewelry
IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic Jewelry

Questions and Answers

1. Do you often wear jewelry?

No, I rarely wear jewelry in my daily routine. That’s because choosing the piece of jewelry to go well with the clothes is like a headache for me. That can backfire if I’m not doing right. That being said, wearing jewelry really helps to improve personal charm, so I’m gonna learn something about it soon.

2. What type of jewelry do you like?

Personally, I’m gonna say no to the type that is way too fancy. I prefer silver rings coz they are chic. I can also use two of them as a kind of pendant, hanging from the necklace. Then it must be the accessory that is one of a kind.

3. Do you usually buy jewelry?

As a rule, I don’t buy jewelry. After all I know nothing about it, but things change once in a while when I find the design having great originality. By the way, love the same jewelry of my idol, which is gonna cost me an arm and a leg, so it just happens sometimes.

4. Why do you think some people wear a piece of jewelry for a long time?

I guess one of the reasons is the jewelry is like the lucky charm for them. It’s a kind of tradition in China you know. People wear zodiac pendants from childhood. Another thing is, the jewelry may be given by someone who means a lot to some people, so it’s of great sentimental value.

IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic Jewelry Sample


go with something /ɡəʊ/ (phrasal verb)If one thing goes with another, they suit each other or they look or taste good togetherI’m not sure that those shoes really go with that dress.
backfire /ˌbækˈfaɪər/ (verb)to have the opposite result from the one you intendedSome hotel owners worry that the idea of attracting more visitors may backfire and make the place less attractive.
charm /tʃɑrm/ (noun)a special quality of a person or thing that makes the person or thing attractiveI never could resist the charms of the city.
fancy /ˈfæn.si/ (adj)decorative or complicated, or (of restaurants, stores, or hotels) expensivea fancy hotel
chic /ʃiːk/ (adj)stylish and fashionablea chic restaurant

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Vocabulary: Cambridge Dictionary

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