IELTS Speaking Part 2 Topic: Describe an area of science that you are interested in
You should say:
- What is it?
- What do you learn from it?
- When did you get interested in it?
- And explain why you enjoy it so much?
(What is it?) Science has hidden mysteries, and when they unfold, they fascinate human beings and widens their knowledge about everything that surrounds them. It is through science subjects that we start to think logically and find answers to the questions. Every branch of science has made an immense impact on our lives. My favourite branch was Biology. (What do you learn from it? ) I was very keen on learning about living organisms, their structure, and vital processes. Through biology, I discovered many astonishing facts about the human body, plants, and animals. Darwin’s Evolution Theory was an eye-opener, and our human body functioning seemed to be quite interesting. (When did you get interested in it?) It was during class 8th, when I found myself interested in Biology. My exceptionally knowledgeable teacher introduced me to Biology, and it’s fascinating facts. I came across some of the incredible facts about human anatomy. (And explain why you enjoy it so much?) I learned that the most wonderful yet most complicated structure on Earth was the Human Body. I understood how life on Earth is balanced, and with the help of biology, many scientists have determined the leading cause of the diseases. Overall, learning biology always enthralled me and still does.
Vocabulary for IELTS Speaking Part 2
Unfolds(verb): To spread or open an information.
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Eg: She unfolded the Ghost house mystery.
Mysteries: Something that is difficult or impossible to explain.
Eg: Rose tried very hard to solve the mystery.
Fascinates(verb): To attract someone strongly.
Eg: The beauty of Burj Khalifa fascinated me.
Eye-opener(Noun): An event or situation that proves to be unexpectedly enlightening.
Eg: It was an eye-opening moment for me when I discovered the animal kingdom in the ocean.
Enthralled(verb): capturing the attention.
Eg: John was enthralled by the beauty of Niagara falls.
IELTS Speaking Part 3 (Discussion)
What’s the best invention in the past hundred years?
Many inventions have transformed the way we live, but computers and Internet services can be considered the best. Without these inventions, there would be no computer chips, game consoles, laptops, or digital lifestyle, and no fingertip information. Perhaps these are the most influential inventions of the last 100 years.
What’s the influence of science on human life?
Science has a significant influence on human life as it creates logical thinking and reasoning. It reduces the impact of superstition and illogical beliefs by making humans open-minded. Science has increased the quality of our lives by making us think from a different perspective.
What can individuals do for scientific research?
To do scientific research, Individuals must develop an idea, observe it, think logically, test the hypothesis, collect data accordingly, analyse the results, draw conclusions, and report the results. Otherwise, they can simply donate to the scientific community and fund the research.
What influence can international cooperation in science bring about?
If international cooperation is achieved, then it promotes mutual respect and trust around the world. Thus, International collaboration can help gather funds and give access to more information and aid scientific research.
Vocabulary for IELTS Speaking Part 3
Influential: having influence or power
Eg: He is considered an influential personality in his community.
Logical: something that is sensible or reasonable
Eg: I need a logical reasoning to this problem.
Beliefs: a feeling of something being true
Eg: My belief is that everybody should be treated equally.
Hypothesis: an idea that might be possible for something that is not declared true
Eg: The scientists have been working on several hypotheses
Collaboration: working together
Eg: Our collaboration shall reap fruitful results