BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 21st July

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 21st July


IELTS Speaking Interview



What is your full name?

My name is Rafique Shaja.

How may I address you?

You may address me as Rafique.

May I see your ID?

Sure, here it is.

Do you like taking photographs?

Why yes of course. They are a way to capture a moment in time. Moreover, I like to be able to show them to people so they can imagine that they were there with me. As I’m a big traveler, photos are my way of sharing my experiences without words.

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How often do you take photos?

I would say everyday. I’m a big fan of selfies, so I often snap a few of them to send to my boyfriend every morning before work. Moreover, I take hundreds of photos when I travel.

I which situation do you like take photos?

Any situation! But especially when I see something out of the ordinary. For example, I like to take photos when the light is setting just right on my street, or when I catch a glimpse (a look) of two children holding hands.

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Do you prefer to take pictures of people or of scenery?

Definitely people. I like to capture the raw (real; candid) emotions on their faces. I feel that photos of people can be quite powerful. Moreover, I feel that scenery photography never does the actual place any justice.

Do you prefer to take photographs yourself or to have other people take photos?

Definitely myself. As I’m quite picky about the photos that I take and post, I take this responsibility upon myself. Call me a snob (a person who feels superior to others), but I feel that most people don’t have any idea of what makes a good photo and end up taking unflattering photos of me.

How do you keep your photos?

On my iCloud! I’m really grateful for this type of technology that keeps this record of my photos for me. Moreover, I post my photos on social media, such as Facebook and Instagram, so that also keeps them secure.

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Describe a meeting in which you were speaker.

You should say:

– When it was?

– What type of meeting it was?


Well, I have been invited to numerous meetings but in very few have I had the opportunity to present my views as a speaker. I would take this opportunity to talk about one such meeting the very first meeting in which I was a speaker. I still remember that when I was in 6th grade I participated in this meeting which was organised by the school management.

This was something very nice about my school as it used to organise an annual meeting in which the staff that is the school management and the heads of 6th class onwards used to take part.

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It was a way to develop communication between the management and students at the same time take their feedback. There were approximately 80 members in this meeting and everyone was presenting and sharing their views. Everyone was listening patiently as well. And I still remember when it was my time to present the views I was kind of nervous but when I started delivering my views everyone was listening to me with curiosity and it helped me to develop confidence during the Speech I advised the management to introduce sports at school.

The fact is that my school was focused only on academics for this reason most students even at a very young age were not very active as well as healthy. Since sports are the best way to remain active and to improve physical and mental fitness. I recommended having some sports activities at school.

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In addition, there are numerous qualities like cooperation, leadership, and discipline which are hard to teach theoretically and sports are the best way to teach all these skills practically. In fact, I gave the example of Sacred heart school which was more focused on sports and many students had shined the name of that school with their performance at the national as well as International level.

The school principal was really impressed with the idea and the way I presented my views. The school management promised that they will surely consider my idea. This experience at a very young age boosted my confidence and later on, I took part as a speaker in many other meetings.

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What are the different types of meeting that people often go to?

I believe the type of meetings or assemblages’ people go to depends on their professions, ages and objectives. For instance, higher executives decide different future strategies in their meeting while a group of employees discuss their work and deadlines. On the contrary, neighbours in an area have meetings to solve a problem or to plan for the coming events. Besides, students meet mostly to discuss a topic or their preparation for coming exams. This way the meetings and gatherings vary to a large extent.

Some people say that no-one likes to go to meetings – what do you think?

I believe when meetings are boring and have no productivities to yield people find them uninteresting and a waste of time. However, there must be occasions when people look forward to joining a meeting. For instance, most of the students like to join the meeting where they are allowed to express their view. Similarly, employees love to be present at a meeting where they are allowed to talk, express their opinions and can participate.

Why can it sometimes be important to go to meetings?

Meetings are meant to bring out a solution to a problem or let people discuss, complain or share opinions. This is why it is important to share our opinion in a meeting. For a professional, meetings are almost mandatory and they need to answers many queries from the top management. For all these reasons, attending a meeting is often important.

IELTS Speaking Interview


IELTS Speaking Interview

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BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 21st July

IELTS Speaking Interview

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