BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 20th July

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 20th July


IELTS Speaking Interview



What is your full name?

My name is Fatima Arora.

How may I address you?

You may address me as Fatima.

May I see your ID?

Sure, here it is.

Do you like traveling?

Not really, to be honest. I’m a creature of habit (someone who doesn’t like changes to routine), so I’m usually not keen to change my daily routine. When I do mix it up, it often makes me feel anxious and disoriented (not a clear mind). Furthermore, I have a fear or airplanes and get carsick, so traveling just isn’t for me.

Do you often travel by air?

Not at all! I try to avoid it at all costs (very seriously). If I must travel, I will take some motion sickness (getting sick from any kind of transportation) medicine and go by car or train. I was once on an airplane on my honeymoon that came very near to crashing, so my phobia (strong fear) stems from (comes from. Stem is the part where the flower grows) this.

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How long was the longest trip you took?

I once had to go on business to the Philippines. It was a 24 hour flight! It was a nightmare (we saw this when something is very terrible). On top of this, I was seated next to a child who was relentlessly (not stopping) crying during the entire journey.

Which country would you like to travel to in the future?

I’m dying to (I really want to) go to Egypt. I’ve always dreamt of going there since I was a child, actually. I’m really fascinated by their ancient culture. I would be in awe of (amazed by) the Grand Pyramids I’m sure. Unfortunately, since I despise (hate) flying, I don’t think I’ll ever get there.

Would you like to travel to space?

Perhaps! I’m not sure how it feels to be in a rocket. I think it would be incredible to see a completely foreign galaxy (another world). I’m curious if other life forms (aliens) exist, so I would definitely go along on this journey to find out for myself. I also wonder if the moon is made out of cheese!

What is your favorite festival?

Hmm, that’s a tough question because I’m definitely a holiday person (a person who likes holidays), but I would have to say New Year’s Eve. I’m always keen (want) for change and new beginnings, so I love setting new goals at the start of each New Year, not to mention I really enjoy the parties.  Second to this would be Valentine’s Day, since I’m a hopeless romantic (a very romantic person).

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Describe a time when you had to walk barefoot.

You should say:

– When was it?

– Why you had to walk barefoot?

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Well, for me it’s not common to walk barefoot because you will always find me wearing footwear and here I would definitely like to share one experience when I had to walk barefoot.

Actually, I am in habit of visiting Gurudwara every evening where I spend 10 to 15 minutes praying to the lord as it gives me mental relaxation. It is a ritual when we enter the premises we have to take off the footwear that day I was wearing my flip-flops.

I just took them off and entered the Gurudwara but after 10-15 minutes when I returned I found my footwear missing. I was a bit angry and irritated to see this thing but then I realised maybe it’s the way that God wanted me to help somebody in need.

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For that reason I tried to cool down and decided that I would walk back home barefoot, the reason behind this was not have enough money in my pocket to buy a new pair on the way back home. Now, when I started walking barefoot it was not easy for me.

Pebbles were pinching my feet and I was feeling a bit of pain but honestly speaking, after 5 or 10 minutes I started enjoying it as it was very much like acupressure.

Now when I was near my house there is actually, there is a small park with lush green grass near my home so I decided to take a walk barefoot on the grass because it is one of the best things to do as it helps to improve our concentration and it is also a very relaxing activity to do.

After doing this activity for 15 to 20 minutes finally, I reached home and when my brother opened the door he saw me barefoot and started laughing at me but when I narrated the whole incident to him then he understood the situation. But overall it was the time I when had to walk barefoot.

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Would you say your city is a good place for walking?

I live in an eastern state of India, in Bhubaneswar and surely it is a good place to walk. With not much hustle and bustle of big city, you can actually just go out without any thoughts on getting hit by a car and have the street food.

Do people in your country walk a lot?

Most of the people in my country do go out for an evening walk. With IT becoming such a major market and the youth shifting towards it, not much of youth goes out for walk, but I think they tend to do some other form of exercise for that matter. But, apart from them, you can find women and children, going out for walk to catch up with their friends.

Do you think walking is important?

Definitely yes. Walking is surely an important part of our lives because it helps us in so many ways. You not only get positive results in terms of physical health but it helps improve your mental health, hence giving you the entire advantage. Also, with walking people become much more aware of the surroundings they live in, which is surely an important thing.

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BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 20th July

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