IELTS Speaking Part 1 – Ice Cream

IELTS Speaking Part 1 – Ice Cream

 IELTS Speaking Part 1 (Ice Cream)

Topic: Ice Cream
Difficulty: Easy

1. Do you like ice cream?

Though diabetes runs in my family, I can say that I love ice cream. Even though I’ve had to cut down my intake as I approach 30, I still enjoy it. Sometimes, I prefer Sundae and other times, I like pairing it with hot pie. I’m not a fan of eating plain ice cream; I prefer having it as part of a banana split with three scoops of ice cream – that’s what I like. I also enjoy treats like wafer ice cream sandwiches.

2. Do you eat ice cream a lot?

Often, I go out to a fast-food place, especially when it’s scorching outside. Ice cream helps me cool down. Additionally, as I’m on a diet and sometimes experience low sugar levels, I either take a solo ice cream or a small serving to bring my sugar levels back to normal.

3. Did you eat ice cream as a child?

Yes, my dad is the culprit for starting my love for ice cream. As a kid, he always treated us to ice cream, and it became a staple in our diet. He would take us to the local ice cream shop, Magnolia and Tivoli, and always get the flavor of the month. He could finish at least a tub every week, and it became the norm.

4. Are there shops selling ice cream near where you live?

Where I live, there are at least a couple of blocks with shops selling ice cream. We have convenience stores that sell ice cream, two 7/11 stores with a variety of frozen desserts, and a couple of local Korean stores that offer Korean ice cream. There’s also a nearby McDonald’s that serves ice cream – so, I’m surrounded.

5. Would you like to make your own ice cream?

When I was young, I was fascinated by a TV shopping segment that taught us how to make ice cream at home. However, upon looking it up online now, it seems a bit tedious, requiring you to freeze the device itself for four hours before you can enjoy the ice cream. So, I’d rather not go through all that hassle. Moreover, there are healthier alternatives available that are much easier to access than having to deal with a special device in the fridge and churning it for hours – it’s not really worth the effort.

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IELTS Speaking Part 1 – Ice Cream

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