IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic Reading
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
1. How often do you read?
As soon as I wake up and before going to sleep at night, so about two hours every day. During the day I’ll read online news or magazines, and occasionally some more from a book.
2. Do you have many books at home?
Yes. I do. I have a pile of books by the bed and often swap from one to another, non-fiction as well as fiction. I think reading is truly essential in keeping the brain informed as well as entertained.
3. Do Vietnamese people do enough reading?
My opinion as a 20-year-old Vietnamese student, is in short a yes. There are plenty of Vietnamese who have very good book reading habits, but, the majority of the Vietnamese do not. Some people who are provided with a good study environment very often read books, and I do myself. However, many teenagers nowadays are more connected with their devices and therefore are reluctant to pick up a book to read it.
4. What kind of people like reading and what kind of people don’t?
From my personal experience I’d say that with so many other aspects in life, reading is a preference you become acquainted with in early childhood or you don’t. My grandmother practically almost always gave me books as presents. My grandparents were highly educated,literature was very important to them, so they passed on their passion for books. This was the reason why I started reading.
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