IELTS Speaking Part 2 and 3 – Travel Far Away
IELTS Speaking Part 2
(Describe a place you plan to travel to that is far away from your home in the future)
Describe a place you plan to travel to that is far away from your home in the future
You should say:
- Where it would be
- When you would like to go
- How you would like to go there
- What you would do there
- Who you would go with
- And explain why you would like to visit the place
In the near future, I’m eager to travel to Europe, specifically Sweden. As a scientist, I’m keen on visiting various scientific facilities in Sweden and meeting with some of my peers there. I would love to engage in scientific discussions and exchange ideas. During my downtime, I also hope to witness the breathtaking Aurora Borealis. I’ve seen incredible pictures of it, and I know it’s best observed during the winter.
Regarding my mode of travel, I plan to take a plane to reach Sweden since it’s the fastest way to get there. However, once in Europe, I’d like to experience traveling by train as it’s known for being a unique and efficient way to explore the continent.
Now, when it comes to who I’d go with, I’m torn between two choices. I’d love to have dinner with my girlfriend, as we haven’t had a proper date for a few months, and I owe her some quality time. On the other hand, I also want to bring a colleague along. This trip could provide us with an excellent opportunity to witness scientific research firsthand, talk to experts in our field, and connect with peers in Europe.
As for why I’m so excited to visit Sweden and Europe, there are several reasons. While it’s primarily a work-related trip, I’m also looking forward to disconnecting from the stress of daily life for a few days. I want to immerse myself in the travel experience, away from my phone and truly appreciate the sights and experiences. Additionally, it’s a chance to bond with my girlfriend and create memorable moments together, which we haven’t been able to do for a while.
IELTS Speaking Part 3
1. Where do people usually travel on holidays?
People typically travel to various destinations, seeking a break from their work and the stresses of daily life. They often look for places that offer them a sense of freedom and the opportunity to spend time with friends.
2. Why do some people think it is enjoyable to stay at home on holidays?
Some people find staying at home during holidays enjoyable because they are homebodies who appreciate the absence of any obligations or the need to travel.
3. How do students who have taken a gap year differ from other students?
Students who have taken a gap year often exhibit greater maturity compared to their peers, but they may also face challenges when reintegrating into the academic environment, especially if their peers are fresh out of school.
4. Do teenagers usually travel with friends or alone?
Teenagers usually prefer to travel with friends or family, and solo travel is relatively uncommon, particularly in the current times.
5. What do you think is the most desirable place for people to visit during the holiday?
The most desirable holiday destinations are those that offer unique experiences not easily attainable in everyday life. People are drawn to places where they can create lasting memories to share with friends.
6. What does tourism have to do with cultural exchange?
Tourism plays a significant role in cultural exchange as it fosters interactions between tourists and local communities, allowing for the sharing of customs, traditions, and experiences. It helps promote understanding and appreciation of different cultures.
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