Do you like chocolate?
“Sure. I don’t think there are many people who don’t like chocolate. I don’t really have a sweet tooth, but I still like to have it sometimes. It has to be good quality stuff though. Some cheap chocolate tastes terrible.”
Do you often eat chocolate?
“Um, not very often. I know some people find it hard to resist buying chocolate every time they go to the supermarket, but for me, I’ll only buy it when I get a craving. Maybe once or twice a month. I love really dark chocolate that has a slightly bitter taste.”
Is chocolate popular in your country?
“Definitely. I don’t know any country where chocolate isn’t popular. People in my country eat chocolate a lot, I guess. Some of it is cheap and not that good, but there is some amazing imported chocolate, although it is quite expensive.”
- Always try to say more than one sentence for Part 1. 2-4 sentences is best, depending on their length and complexity.
- Try to use some idioms or other natural language. In the first example, the term “sweet tooth” has been used to describe someone who loves sweet food.
- Try to use some other advanced vocabulary to show your range. In the above examples, “craving” and “imported” have been used.
- Try to use some topic-specific vocabulary. In these examples, the general topic is “Food”, so the phrase “slightly bitter taste” has been used.
- You can give a simple [one word] response before you give more details. This can make your speaking sound natural. In the above examples, “Sure” and “Definitely” have been used.