(2023) IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic Keys

IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic Keys

IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic Keys
IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic Keys

Questions Answers

1. Do you always bring a lot of keys with you ?

Yeah, I take keys with me every day, but not many. I have a key ring with a home key and a locker key on it. They’re kind of like the daily necessities for me. And by the way, they are portable.

2. Have you ever lost your keys?

No, I haven’t experienced that kind of thing so far. That’s probably because I’m not a scatterbrain. I have the habit of checking my bag before leaving in case I’ve left anything behind.

3. Do you often forget the keys and lock yourself out?

No, that rarely happened to me, but one of my best friends experienced that kind of thing and shared it with me. She said she had to call the police and let the locksmith deal with the problem. That really caused her a lot of trouble.

4. Do you think it’s a good idea to leave your keys with a neighbour?

No, I don’t think so. In most cases, neighbors are sort of like casual acquaintances, so it’s not very safe to leave my keys with any of them, who can be unreliable. I probably keep them all by myself.

Vocabulary

VocabularyMeaningExample
key ring (noun) /ˈkiː ˌrɪŋ/a metal or plastic ring used for keeping your keys together
locker (noun) /ˈlɒk.ər/a cupboard, often tall and made of metal, in which you can keep your possessions, and leave them for a period of time
scatterbrain (noun) a person who forgets things easily or does not think seriously about thingsI’m such a scatterbrain – I’m always leaving my bag behind.
locksmith (noun) /ˈlɒk.smɪθ/a person who repairs and/or makes locks and supplies keys

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Credits

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Vocabulary: Cambridge Dictionary

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