Video: Stunning 7+ Part 1 Sample Answers – Hometown

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Today learn from IELTS Speaking Part 1 sample answers about hometown- a very common topic!ielts 7 part 1 sample answers hometown

The first group of questions in IELTS Speaking Part 1 will be about one of the following topics:

So, today, I answer real IELTS Speaking Part 1 questions about my hometown, Carson City, Nevada.

As you watch, please take notes on my vocabulary, structure, and specific examples.



Also, note how I am not entirely positive about where I grew up. I am being honest! Honesty is a go-to strategy on the IELTS Speaking Exam!

You are not graded on being positive- you are graded on your communication. Thus, as life is not constantly peaches and cream, you can answer honestly about negative experiences.


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Being truthful allows you to express your ideas more fluently than if you completely make something up.

I’ll answer these questions today:

  • What did you like about your hometown?
  • Was it a good place to grow up?
  • Would you move back to Carson City?

Questions for you’re own further practice:

  • What did you not like about your hometown?
  • What jobs do people do in your hometown?
  • Is it a good place for families?

What do you think of today’s advice?

Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below!

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  • Home sweet home . I’m so far away from home . Please make yourself at home . My heart is still close to home .

  • inom

    it’s really amazing

  • natalia

    Disadvantages are the other side of advantages. I grew up in a village with a closely-knit community where we always helped each other. The other side of the coin is that in such places people know too much about each other and your privacy is often intruded. Quite often among neigbours there is rivalry in terms of demonstrating their wwelth. This “keeping up with the Joneses” syndrome may make life in a small settlement frustrating and stressful.