IELTS Speaking
IELTS Speaking Part 1 – Bags

IELTS Speaking Part 1 – Bags

IELTS Speaking Part 1 – Bags

  • Do you usually carry a bag? 

    Yes, I always carry a sling bag. It contains my wallet, phone, some spare change, and notes where I track my expenses. I also keep a pencil in it. It’s troublesome to hold everything, so the bag is perfect and it has a strap that goes around my body. This allows me to use my hands freely, making it convenient for short-distance travel.

  • Do you change your bags often? 

    No, I rarely change my bags. The ones I have right now are from three years ago. I only tend to replace my bag if someone gives me a better one. Most of my bags are heavy-duty and long-lasting, so I continue to use them. The oldest bag I have dates back to 2018, and although it has experienced a lot, it’s still in use.

  • What kind of bags do you use when traveling? 

    When I travel, I use different bags. Firstly, I have my sling bag for personal items like my wallet, passport, and tickets. These are the things I need to access immediately. Secondly, I have a laptop bag since I’m not comfortable without having my laptop or tablet when I’m on the go. Lastly, I have a luggage bag for my clothes and toiletries.

  • Is a bag an ideal gift? 

    Well, I think it depends on the bag and the person. For example, if a person is a traveler and you give them a durable travel bag, then yes, it can be an ideal gift. However, if you give a cheap brand bag, it’s probably better to find another type of gift because it might be seen as a burden. Not every bag is suitable as a gift.

  • Did you use a backpack when you were a child? 

    Yes, I had a backpack when I was a child. However, there was a point when I had too many books and notebooks, so my mom decided to give me a trolley bag instead. It was much easier to travel with that instead of carrying 20 pounds of books on my back. But yes, as a child, I did have a backpack at one point.

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