BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 16th February

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 16th February

IELTS Speaking Interview

What is your full name?

My full name is Eisha Tabiya.

How may I address you?

You may address me as Eisha.

May I see your ID?

Sure, here it is.

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Have you ever lost your way?

Several times. In fact, just last week I forgot the way to my friend’s house in Delhi. It’s been ten years since I last visited and this time I got lost in the maze of buildings. It was late at night on top of that!

What steps did you take to find your way?

I just called her, and sent her my location on Whatsapp, and she came and got me in no time. Thank God for technology! It would have been difficult for me to explain to her where I was because there are no landmarks or shops in that colony!

How do you find your way when you are lost?

I usually ask a local person to tell me which way to go. Sometimes, I try to work it out for myself by looking at online maps. Despite doing that, I always feel more certain if I double check with someone who travels the route regularly.

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Can you read a map well?

I haven’t got much need to read a proper map as I only use maps online now. They can be difficult to follow and see which way the arrow is pointing though. If I had to navigate using a paper map nowadays I think I´d be absolutely useless.

Have you ever helped someone who got lost?

On occasion, I have been approached in Manchester and asked for directions. Last week, a tourist asked for directions to the football stadium and I showed them the tram route to get there. I pride myself on being helpful and kind.

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Have you ever lost your purse or wallet?

Only once. I was taking the bus between Oxford and Cambridge and when I got off I couldn’t find my purse. I realised it must have fallen out on the seat, I ran after the bus but missed it. I wasted no time in calling the bus company but I didn’t get it back.

Have you ever lost a pair of sunglasses?

Luckily, I have never lost any. If I no longer use my sunglasses, I like to put them back in their case. I am very organised when it comes to looking after personal belongings.
I am happy to say that I have never experienced that. Because I don’t carry them around as much, I haven’t lost any.

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Honestly, I don’t go to someone else’s home very often, but I used to be a regular visitor to my cousin’s home. Her name is Lisa. I went there almost every two weeks when I was in middle school. Lisa lives with her parents and brother in an apartment located downtown. It’s the kind of luxurious duplex apartment, with a spacious living room on the first floor and bedrooms on the second. There are bathrooms on both floors. Decorated in a European style, it looks fancy and fashionable. A chandelier hangs from the roof, just like the ones we see in those expensive hotels.

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As for how I feel about it, it is like my second home to some extent. I say it is not just because I have spent so much time in the house, but more because of the close bond I have with the family who reside in it. During my childhood, whenever my parents were out on a business trip. I would sleep over in Lisa’s home. My aunt would cook delicious meals for me and tried her best to make me feel at home. I always feel so grateful for the selfless care she gave me.

Apart from that, Lisa is also like my sister. We are of similar age and interests and are thick like thieves. There is no secrete between us. When either of us experiences some ups and downs in life, we always share the news with each other in the first place. And her spiritual support helped me through a lot of tough times.

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What are the differences between buildings in the city and in the countryside?

I guess the biggest difference lies in the height of buildings. There are more high-rise buildings in urban areas than in the countryside and in some prosperous international metropolises, like New York and Hong Kong, skyscrapers form a major part of their incredible skyline. Buildings in rural areas, by contrast, are generally much lower. Another difference worth noting is the spacing between buildings. In densely populated urban areas, buildings are much more tightly packed than those in the countryside.

Do you prefer to live in the city or in the countryside?

Well, I guess most people prefer to live in the city. Although it’s common to hear people say how much they wish to settle in the countryside, it’s unlikely they would really live there for good. After all, the city boasts what rural regions are typically short of, including convenience, vitality/liveliness/vigor, openness and inclusiveness. These advantages without question will keep alluring more people to the city.

What safety risks are there in residential buildings in cities?

I think fire hazard is a common risk factor in residential buildings. Fire not only leads to the production and release of toxic gases, which poses a threat to human lives and environment, but also causes damage to properties and the structure of buildings. Apart from that, the objects accidentally or intentionally thrown out of the window from high-rise buildings can be life-threatening and thus people doing so will be faced with severe punishment.

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