IELTS Speaking
IELTS Speaking Part 1 – Keys

IELTS Speaking Part 1 – Keys

IELTS Speaking Part 1 – Keys

1. Do you always bring a lot of keys with you?

Most houses in China now have digital locks, so you enter with a biometric scan or a PIN code. The only time I need keys is for my dorm room. I have a couple of keys for my drawer and my dorm, so I only carry about four keys. Sometimes, I put my keys in a secure place when I go out to avoid losing them. Usually, I just carry my dorm key on my ID lanyard.

2. Have you ever lost your keys?

Yes, I have lost my key before. I once put it in a shallow pocket, and it fell out. I had to get a duplicate key and now I make sure to keep my key on my ID lanyard so I can hear it and not lose it again, especially since most of my clothes have shallow pockets.

3. Do you often forget the keys and lock yourself out?

Since we have digital locks, this doesn’t happen often. However, when I first moved into my dorm, I forgot and locked myself out. Fortunately, my roommate arrived five minutes later and let me in. Sometimes, in our excitement to leave, we forget our keys. In those cases, we either ask someone to help or get a duplicate key from the student staff.

4. Do you think it is a good idea to leave your keys with a neighbor?

From my experience, it’s not a good idea, even if the neighbor is trusted. If they have my key, they become responsible for anything that happens. I wouldn’t want to burden them with that responsibility. Instead, I’d prefer to let my neighbor know I’m leaving and ask them to call me if there’s a problem, rather than giving them access to my house.

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