IELTS Cue Card Topics 2022 | IELTS Speaking Cue Card Samples Topics

IELTS Cue Card Topics 2022
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In the IELTS Speaking Test, you will be given a cue card that you need to talk about. Cue Card means the second section of the IELTS speaking test. In this section, you will be given one minute to prepare yourself for a specific topic. Your speech should last about 2 minutes until the examiner tells you to stop.

However, some topics might be quite difficult for many IELTS candidates and actually requires some intelligence to talk about such topics. The more you practice, the easier it will be to answer your cue card.

Here is the list of IELTS Cue Card topics 2022:

 IELTS Cue Card – 01
Describe a long journey you went on.
You should say:

  1. Where you went
  2. How long it took
  3. Who you went there wit

And explain why you went on that journey by car.

Cue Card – 02
Talk about a sport you do.
You should say:

  1. What sport it is
  2. When you play this sport
  3. who you play with, and
  4. why you enjoy this sport

and explain why it is important to you.

Cue Card – 03
Describe a gift you gave to somebody which took a long time to choose.

You should say:

  1. What the gift was
  2. who you gave the gift to
  3. What was the reason for giving the gift

and explain why it took a long time to choose.

Cue Card – 04
Describe a recipe that you like.
You should say:

  1. How it is made
  2. When you usually eat it
  3. Why do you like it

and explain how you felt about it.

IELTS Cue Card – 05
Describe a walk that you enjoyed.
You should say:

  1. When was it?
  2. Where was it?
  3. To whom did you go?

and explain why you enjoyed it.

IELTS Cue Card – 06

Describe an art exhibition that you visited.
You should say:

  1. When you saw this exhibition
  2. Where the exhibition was held
  3. What was on display

and explain your impression of the exhibition.

Cue Card – 07
Describe a foreign musical festival that you enjoyed.
You should say:

  1. when you enjoyed it
  2. where you enjoyed it
  3. who was there with you

and explain why you enjoyed it.

IELTS Cue Card – 08
Describe someone you know who has started an online business.
You should say:

  1. Who this person is
  2. What work this person does
  3. Why did this person decide to start an online business

and explain whether you would like to do the same kind of word as this person.

Cue Card – 09
Tell me about a time when you had to wait for a long time.
You should say:

  1. Where you were
  2. When it happened
  3. Why you had to wait

and explain how this situation made you feel.

Cue Card – 10
Tell me about a time when you had to wait for a long time.
You should say:

  1. Where you were
  2. When it happened
  3. Why you had to wait

and explain how this situation made you feel.

More IELTS Cue Card topics:

  1. Describe a famous hotel that you know
  2. Talk about a restaurant that you like to visit
  3. Describe your favorite festival in your country
  4. Talk about a time when you moved into a new apartment
  5. Describe an interesting conversation you had as part of your work
  6. Describe a difficult decision that you once made
  7. Talk about a time when you spent with your family
  8. Describe an interesting book you ever read
  9. Talk about a successful sportsperson that you like
  10. Talk about a historical place you visited on your vacation
  11. Describe a habit your friend has and you want to develop
  12. Talk about a person who motivates you
  13. Describe your favorite piece of clothing
  14. Describe a person you met while touring
  15. Talk about a gift you have received recently
  16. Describe a tourist attraction you enjoyed visiting.
  17. Describe a skill that is crucial in the modern generation
  18. Talk about a historical building in your town you like
  19. Describe a natural disaster that happened in your town
  20. Describe a piece of equipment that is necessary for your home

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