IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic Taking a break
Questions and Answers
1. Do you prefer a long break or several breaks?
I think that I would choose several breaks rather than a long break. Life is getting harsh these days and I believe that several breaks can help me relieve stress from working and studying effectively.
2. How often do you take a break?
Well, I often take breaks when studying or working for a long time to give my eyes a short rest. If I had to focus on one task for a long time, I could not perform well.
3. What do you usually do during a break?
If it is a short break, I will drink a cup of coffee, which helps me stay awake and refresh my mind. However, during long breaks, I will take a nap or grab something to eat to get more energy before turning back to my work.
4. When do you usually have a break?
I am currently a student; therefore, my studying schedule is quite tense. However, we always have long breaks in summers, which can take up to 2 or 3 months.
1. Harsh (adjective):
The children had had a harsh upbringing
2. To relieve stress (verb):
I need to travel so that I can relieve stress.
3. Awake (adjective):
Are the children still awake?
4. Take a nap (verb):
I need to take a nap; otherwise, I would skip the afternoon class.
5. Tense (adjective):
Example: The situation between the USA and North Korea is getting tense.