BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 14th June

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 14th June

IELTS SPEAKING INTERVIEW

IELTS Speaking Interview

IELTS SPEAKING INTERVIEW

PART – 1 INTRO

What is your name?

My name is ABCD hill.

How may I address you?

You may address me by my first name ABCD.

May I see your ID?

Sure, here you go.

Are there many parks or public gardens where you like (or, in your hometown)?

Yes, there are many parks and gardens in my hometown. People have their private gardens in their homes and there are many public parks in my hometown.

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Do you often (or, ever) go to a park or a (public) garden?

I go to a park very often, in fact daily. I do to a park near my home for an evening walk.

How often do you go there?

I go there daily, mostly in the evenings.

What do you (like to) do when you go to a park or public garden?

I go for a walk in the park. Sometimes I just sit there and have a nice chat with my friends.

What do other people do in these places?

People do different activities in the park. Some people walk, some run, some jog, and some just come there to meet their friends. Some people do yoga or some other exercises. Children normally have a separate play area in these places and they play there or enjoy the swings.

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When do other people go there?

People go to the parks mostly in the mornings or evenings.

Do you think parks and public gardens are important to a city? (why/why not?)

Yes, definitely. Parks and public gardens are very important to a city. They act like lungs for the community/society. Parks promote good health as people get a place to exercise and walk. Parks also provide a safe place for children to play in. People stay connected with nature through parks.

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PART – 2 CUE CARD

Describe a time you used your cellphone/smartphone to do something important.

You should say:

– What happened?

– When it happened?

– How important the cellphone/smartphone was?

– And explain how you felt about the experience?

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Model Answer 1:

Introduction:

Well, today’s smartphones are loaded with features which we often use for different purposes.

What happened? and When it happened?

And here I would like to share the incident when I used my phone to find my father’s lost mobile phone. Actually, almost a month ago my father went to the market to buy some groceries. But when he came back, he was pretty disappointed as he had lost his phone in the market. I instantly tried to call the number but no response despite several attempts.

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How important the cellphone/smartphone was?

At this point, we understood it has gone into the wrong hands. It was not only an expensive device but had a lot of important information such as contacts, messages, photos and others.

When everyone lost hope, I decided to track the mobile. Actually, my mobile phone j has advanced features which helps to track different devices. Within 5 minutes I found the location of the handset.

However, it was the nearest tower, not the exact location. Simultaneously, shared the post on my social networking platforms Instagram, and Facebook and you won’t believe it, in half an hour, I received a call from a mobile phone store where a junky was trying to sell my father’s phone. I immediately visited the nearest police station and narrated the story. The police officer accompanied me to the outlet and arrested the thief and returned the mobile phone.

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And explain how you felt about the experience?

My father was extremely delighted to get his mobile phone back and he appreciated and felt proud on me for the way I handled the situation.

Conclusion:

Overall, it was the time when I used my smartphone for something important.

PART – 3 FOLLOW UPS

1. What do you usually do with a cellphone?

I use my cellphone for many purposes besides calling and chatting with my friends. I use it for playing games like chess and Ludo, listening to music, watching videos, and for navigation. Above all, I use it for photography.

2. What are the differences between young people and old people when using a cellphone?

Old people mainly use mobile phones for calling and to some extent for chatting. However, young people treat mobile phones like a mini computer. For most youngsters, their whole life nowadays revolves around the mobile phone. They use it for entertainment, for studies, for clicking photos, for shopping, for banking and so much more. The list is really endless.

3. Which one is more important, using a cellphone to make phone calls or to read messages?

I think it really depends upon the person. Some people like chatting, for them it’s about sending and receiving messages, while for others it is about calling.

4. Do you think there should be a law to stop people from making phone calls in public?

I think there might be emergency situations, where it might be necessary to make calls. So I don’t support a ban on calling in public places but I do think that we should encourage people to avoid calling as it can be really disturbing. I consider audio calls as a sort of noise pollution and it has a serious impact on our focus and concentration.

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