IELTS Speaking practice: Friends

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Part 1

Do you have a lot of friends?

Not a lot, but I have a few very close friendsA very good friend. … I think it is better to have one reliable friend that a thousand fair-weather friendsSomeone who is your friend only when you are cheerful and successful.... Although it's not easy to meet someone you have a lot in common withSomeone you have similar interests with., I think managed to do it.

How often do you see your friends?

As often as I can... We enjoy each other's companyTo like spending time with each other., so we see each other almost daily... What's more, we live very close to each other, so it's easy for us to meet upTo come together with someone..

Is there anything special about your friends?

Oh, that's an interesting question... I guess there are lot of things... For instance, my best friend can draw unbelievable art, good enough to sell. And my other friend is really keen on cooking... But most importantly, they are people, who are near and dear to my heartVery important to someone. .

For how long do you know them?

I’ve known my friends since my childhood… We've been through thick and thinTo have some good times and difficult times together. together… Probably that's why we're so close now.

Part 2

Now, have a look at the card and prepare a monologue.

Describe your friend. You should say:

  • Who is he/she
  • When did you meet
  • Why is he/she so close to you

and say what do you like about your friend the most

I would like to talk about my friend William... I wouldn't say he's my best friend, but I would rather call him as a good friend of mine... I met him last year at local sports centre. It turned out that we were studying at the same college... Then, miraculously, I got into the same class with him and we got on like a house on firePeople get on like a house on fire when they like each other's company and ​become ​friends very ​quickly.... He's the sweetest person I've ever met! He's smart, helpful, caring, funny and somehow good-looking... And most importantly, we have a lot in commonTo have similar interests. and he understands me as nobody else does.

Part 3

Do you think friendship is important nowadays?

Yes, certainly! Without my friends I’d be very sad and lonely, but they cheer me up and help in every way possible… Of course, all relationships have their ups and downsA mixture of good and bad things that happen., but we should definitely try not to lose touch withNot to lose contact with someone. our friends.

What do you think is the best time to get new friends?

Hmm... Probably, the best time to get new friends is your school and university years. You have many possibilities to get in touchTo contact somebody. with different people… And it is easier to find friends with similar interestsSomething in common....

Is it important to stay in touch with your friends throughout the years?

Yes, it very important not to lose touch withTo lose contact with someone. your friends… Surely, everyone changes and even close friendsA very good friends. can drift apartTo become less close to someone.. But, in my opinion, friends are your second familyThat is to say your friends love you and make you feel comfortable, like your family. and we should highly appreciate them.

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