Speaking Part 2 Revision – Describing an Important Possession
1. Sample Topic:
Describe a physical possession which is important to you.
You should say:
- What the possession is?
- How long you have owned it?
- How does it look like?
And explain why it is important to you.
- As always, make sure you use 1 minute of preparation wisely, by writing notes consisting of key words ONLY.
- Beware of situations where you have to use the past tense, for example, past memories with your possession.
- Create INTERESTING stories around your possession, if possible, to better grab the attention of the IELTS examiner.
- Don’t forget to describe its values to you – Why it is so important to you that you chose to talk about it in 2 minutes, and not about other possessions.
3. Sample Ideas (to the topic presented above):
- What: My smart phone
- When: 2 years ago
- Where: Bought it in Germany
- How: White, thin, facial and fingerprint recognition, high-quality camera and speaker
- Why: It is really “smart” – Functions (study, news, music, etc.)
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Watch the documentary below, produced by the BBC, to understand how private gun ownership (or possession) has contributed to creating “the lost streets” in Chicago, USA.