IELTS Speaking
IELTS Speaking Part 1 – Happy Things

IELTS Speaking Part 1 – Happy Things

IELTS Speaking Part 1 – Happy Things

1. Is there anything that has made you feel happy lately?

Lately, everything has been going well. I can’t say I’m happy all the time, but I’m satisfied. I believe happiness is a fleeting moment between despair and boredom. I’m content with my current situation. Problems are solvable, and life has a mix of predictability and a bit of unpredictability that makes things satisfactory.

2. What made you happy when you were little?

When I was young, I was happy with simple things. We didn’t live a luxurious life, but having a meal with family, watching my favorite TV show, and being a good student made me happy. I didn’t need to be the top student or travel often. Just traveling once a year was enough, and I was happy with that.

3. What do you think will make you feel happy in the future?

If I can achieve my dreams in the next five years, I will be happy because I’ve worked hard for it. Living a longer, healthier life would also make me happy.

4. When do you feel happy at work? Why?

Work isn’t a place for happiness for me, but you should be able to be yourself at work. You don’t need to be happy; you just need to do your job well and feel satisfied with your efforts. Helping others through your work is enough.

5. Do you feel happy when buying new things?

Yes, buying new things makes me happy sometimes. Like everyone, I feel joy when an online order arrives. It’s exciting to buy and explore new things, and that brings happiness.

6. Do you think people are happy when buying new things?

Yes, people often feel happy when buying new things because it brings a short-lived sense of excitement. For example, buying a new phone makes people feel special, even if the happiness doesn’t last long. This is why some people become shopaholics or impulsive buyers, chasing that brief dopamine effect from purchasing new items.

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