IELTS Speaking Test Questions (Part 1) Newspapers

IELTS Speaking Test Questions (Part 1)

Here are some typical IELTS questions about newspapers from Part 1 of the IELTS speaking test. You might be asked any of these questions about newspapers in the IELTS speaking test.

In Part 1 of the IELTS Speaking Test you are not expected to give very long answers, but try to avoid simple yes/no answers also. On or two sentneces are usually enough to answer this type of question.

How would you answer? Practice planning your answer for these IELTS speaking questions about newspapers. Try speaking and recording your answer and then listen to it.

How could you improve your answer? Do you need to learn any new vocabulary related to newspapers for the IELTS speaking test? make sure you can answers all the questions below with confidence so that you are well prepared for your IELTS Speaking Test.

Good luck!

IELTS Questions | Newspapers

  • Do you often read newspapers?
  • Are newspapers an important part of your everyday life? (Why?/Why not?)
  • Do you like reading magazines (and newspapers)?
  • Which do you prefer reading, magazines or newspapers?
  • What kinds of (types of) newspapers (or magazines) do you usually read?
  • How old were you when you first started to read newspapers?
  • When did you first start reading newspapers?
  • Do you think it's important to read newspapers? (Why?/Why not?)
  • Why do (you think) people read newspapers?
  • What can people get from reading newspapers?
  • What different types of newspaper are there in your country?
  • Do you care about the news?
  • Is the news important (to you)?
  • What kinds of news do people in your country read in newspapers?
  • Do you prefer to read about domestic (or local) news or international news? (Why?)
  • What are some methods that newspapers use to attract readers?
  • What influence do you think newspapers have on society?
  • Do you think the internet is a good way to get news?