IELTS Speaking Part 1 Shopping

IELTS Speaking Part 1 Shopping

IELTS Speaking Part 1 Shopping

IELTS Speaking Part 1 Shopping
IELTS Speaking Part 1 Shopping

Q1. Do you like shopping?

 Being a shopaholic, I love to avail all opportunities for shopping. Apart from this, it is a leisure time activity for me.

Q2. Do you compare prices when you shop?

I hail from a middle-class family, and a penny saved is earned for me. So naturally, I usually compare the prices before shopping for anything.

Q3. Is it difficult for you to make a choice when you shop?

I get confused, especially while buying clothes, because I have this uncanny knack for non-conventional garments, and trying to purchase differently sometimes becomes challenging. But, then, I spend hours buying the right one.

Q4. Do you enjoy shopping?

Yes, I enjoy shopping because I get fully involved while buying things, and my troubles go for a toss.

Q5. Do you like shopping on the internet?

In this modern era, fierce competition has become integral to our lives. Due to this reason, I usually do not have much time at my disposal. In such a scenario, buying things online works like a charm for me because it saves my two precious resources: time and money.

Q6. Do you have any favorite stores?

I do not have a favorite store. Whoever gives me the best deal gets business from me. Moreover, I get bored when I visit the same shop repeatedly. Therefore I frequently change shopping places.

Q7. Which is the most popular place for shopping in your home town?

Although my hometown has numerous shopping malls and plazas, the most popular place for buying things is a local street market in the heart f the city. This place offers a massive variety at a reasonable cost. Due to that, a sizeable proportion of city dwellers come here to purchase various goods.

Q8. Is shopping a popular activity in your country?

Yes, shopping is a popular activity in my country, and people from all walks of life live to indulge in it. Especially on weekends, there is a massive crowd in shopping malls, plazas, and street markets.

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