IELTS Speaking Part 1 – Friends

IELTS Speaking Part 1 – Friends

 IELTS Speaking Part 1 (Friends)

Topic: Friends
Difficulty: Easy

1. How important are friends to you?

– My friends are incredibly important to me, especially those I have known since middle school. They are like family to me, and they have been there for me during both happy and difficult times. The thought of us drifting apart is heartbreaking to me.
– Since I live far from my family, my friends are incredibly important to me. They are the ones who are there for me during the worst times and provide a shoulder to cry on. If we drift apart, I  would feel devastated.

2. Do you often go out with your friends?

– Yes, now that we have all graduated, we have more time to spend together. While we used to be quite busy during school, we make an effort to meet up once or twice a week.
– In the last few months, we haven’t been able to due to our busy schedules at school. However, now that it’s a school break, I am excited to meet them at least a few times a week.

3. Where do you often meet each other?

– Kate lives near a café that serves excellent coffee and delicious shortcakes. It has become our go-to place for meetups. However, depending on the situation, we may also meet at the mall or at her house if there’s something urgent to discuss.
– We usually meet at Starbucks, which is conveniently located near the train station, making it easy for everyone to gather. They also serve some of the best pastries, so we often order some while waiting.

4. What do you usually do with your friends?

– Our activities together are quite typical. We enjoy having brunch on weekends, going shopping, and simply hanging out to catch up with each other’s lives.
– We hang out, go shopping, and talk about life. But most of the time, we simply enjoy each other’s company and catch up on what’s happening in our lives.

5. Do you have a friend you have known for a long time?

– Kate is a friend I have known since middle school. I can’t recall exactly how we became friends, but we quickly became inseparable during that time. We have been through a lot together, and our bond is like that of sisters.
– Yes, I do. Their names are [insert name 1] and [insert name 2]. I have known them for almost [insert number of years] years now, and they are like sisters to me.

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