(2023) IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic Weekends

IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic Weekends

IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic Weekends
IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic Weekends

Questions and Answers

1. Do you like weekends?

Sample 1: Of course, I do. There is lots of stuff on my plate right now and weekends are typically the only time I can unwind. Also, all my good friends have busy schedules too, so we could hang out on the weekends.

Sample 2: Yes, absolutely, there is nothing better than weekends. Usually on Friday afternoon I would be raring to start my weekend life. There are many things to do. Like hanging out with my friends, going to the restaurant that is all over the social media recently or visiting a photogenic spot to take some good photos.

2. What do you usually do on weekends? Do you study or work?

I do neither, I think weekend is the time for people to relax, and I would just do things to help me recharge my batteries so on Monday morning I can be full of beans again. But having said that, when I have to cram for my tests, staying at the library to study is my only option.

3. What did you do last weekends?

I went to an internet-famous restaurant named tao tao ju. It is strongly recommended by some social media influencers, so I went there with my friends. But it left a bad taste in my mouth, there were so many people and I just waited for near one hours and the food is not as good as I expected. Total a waste of weekend.

4. Do you make plans for your weekends?

Sample 1: I think I am in the middle of being a planner and being spontaneous. I mean, I would make plan for things like where to go and who I would go with, so I can make some preparations in advance. But when I am alone, I tend to follow whatever comes to my mind, like watching a TV or go shopping.

Sample 2: Absolutely, since all my friends and myself have busy schedules, I always look forward to the weekends and plan ahead. For instance, the road trip we went last month was actually planned about three months ago.

Vocabulary

VocabularyMeaningExample
unwind (verb) /ʌnˈwaɪnd/to relax and allow your mind to be free from worry after a period of work or some other activity that has made you worriedA glass of wine in the evening helps me to unwind after work.
hang out (phrasal verb) /hæŋ/to spend a lot of time in a place or with someoneWho is he hanging out with these days?
photogenic (adj) /ˌfoʊ·t̬əˈdʒen·ɪk/having an appearance that is attractive in photographs
be full of beans (idiom) to have a lot of energy and enthusiasmI’ve never known anyone be so full of beans before breakfast.

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Credits

Image : Photo by Sincerely Media on Unsplash

Vocabulary: Cambridge Dictionary

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