IELTS Energy 654: How to be a Hometown Hero with Speaking Vocabulary

Today you’ll get amazing speaking vocabulary to describe your hometown or city for your next IELTS Exam.

hometown speaking vocabulary

We had a question from a 3 Keys student in our Facebook group:

Could you suggest a fancy way of saying ‘there is a lot of interesting things to do’ in someplace?

The vocabulary today is super useful for Speaking Part 1 and Part 2.

IELTS Vocabulary for Towns and Cities

loads– a lot

whatnot– stuff

For instance, you could say, ‘There’re loads of cool activities to do and whatnot.’

Or, for a more formal sentence in Speaking Part 3, you could say, ‘There exist a great deal of attractive entertainment options.’

Remember to get specific about what these interesting activities are.

tons– a lot

check out– see/experience

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a small town/cosmopolitan/urban feel– here, ‘feel’ is the same as ‘vibe’

Click here for another episode about describing parks.

mom and pop shopssmall stores that are family owned

health/education/art oriented– what the place is focused on

Here’s your homework!

Use today’s vocabulary to answer these questions:

Speaking Part 1

Was your hometown an interesting place to grow up?

What do people do in their free time where you live now?

Speaking Part 2

Describe the most interesting town or city you’ve visited.

(Choose a place you know very well so you can talk about it for 2 minutes.)

Use one of today’s phrases in the comments section below!