IELTS Speaking Part 1 – Jewelry

IELTS Speaking Part 1 – Jewelry

IELTS Speaking Part 1 (Jewelry)

Topic: Jewelry
Difficulty: Average

  • Do you often wear jewelry?

    • As a teenager, I don’t own much jewelry, as I don’t find it necessary in my daily life.
    • Our school has many clocks, so I don’t wear a watch. However, I do wear a beautiful gold-plated pearl earring given to me by my mother. It matches my outfits well.
    • For me, simplicity is beauty and I believe that one doesn’t need to wear expensive jewelry to look good. Instead, a well-put-together outfit, styled hair, shoes, and a bag can make a person look attractive without the need for jewelry.
  • What type of jewelry do you like?

    • When I am going window shopping, I am often mesmerized by the beauty of necklaces. There are two types, one is gold and one is diamond. I just think that is way better than a ring because people with long necks with necklaces will show more beauty.
    • I don’t have a particular interest in jewelry, but I am a big fan of video games and sports. If I were to buy any type of jewelry, I would opt for pieces that have a video game or sports theme.
    • I have a collection of earrings, ranging from pearl earrings to danglers. Ever since I was young, I’ve been fascinated by people with different earrings and started collecting them when I was X years old. I saved my allowance to buy some fancy earrings, and over time I was able to acquire expensive jewelry earrings.
    • While window shopping, I often find myself captivated by the beauty of necklaces, especially those made of gold or diamonds. I believe necklaces enhance the beauty of those with long necks.
  • Do you usually buy jewelry?

    • I am able to buy jewelry only once a year, usually for special occasions such as my birthday. Most of the pieces I have were passed down from my grandmother or mother or were gifts from former admirers. Over time, I’ve built a decent collection of jewelry.
    • I usually purchase jewelry as gifts. For instance, I am planning to buy a necklace or a ring for my friend’s 23rd birthday this month. Personally, I only purchase jewelry for myself on special occasions or once a year. Most of the jewelry I own is from my close family and friends as gifts.
  • Why do you think some people wear a piece of jewelry for a long time?

    • Some people wear jewelry as a symbol of a promise or tradition. For instance, in college, we receive a college ring to commemorate our alma mater. My parents also wear their wedding rings, which serve as a symbol of their commitment to each other through thick and thin.
    • Jewelry is often considered a symbol of value and strength, and many people purchase it as a gift for someone they love or admire. The recipient may wear the jewelry for an extended period to demonstrate their mutual love and affection. This is especially evident among married couples who often wear expensive wedding rings as a reminder of each other’s worth and value in their lives.

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