BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 2nd August

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 2nd August

IELTS SPEAKING INTERVIEW

IELTS Speaking Interview

IELTS SPEAKING INTERVIEW

PART – 1 INTRO

What is your full name?

My name is Heaven Sharma.

How may I address you?

You may address me as Heaven.

May I see your ID?

Sure, here you go.

Do you think you are an ambitious person?

Yes, I consider myself to be an ambitious person. I have a strong drive to set and achieve goals in various aspects of my life.

Did you have a lot of ambitions when you were younger?

Yes, when I was younger, I had a lot of ambitions and aspirations. I dreamed of pursuing a successful career, traveling the world, and making a positive impact on society.

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What ambitions do you have these days?

These days, my ambitions revolve around personal and professional growth. I aspire to further develop my skills and knowledge, advance in my career, and maintain a healthy work-life balance.

Do you have more ambitions for your work or for your free time?

While I value both work and personal life, I tend to have more ambitions related to my work. I believe in continuous improvement and strive for excellence in my professional endeavors.

Have you ever achieved one of your ambitions before?

Yes, I have achieved some of my ambitions in the past. For example, I successfully completed a challenging certification that I had set as a goal for myself, which brought a great sense of accomplishment.

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Do you often sing? 

Yes, I enjoy singing and do it fairly often, whether it’s in the shower, while driving, or just for fun with friends.

When do you like to sing?  

I like to sing when I’m feeling happy or in a good mood, or when I’m listening to music that I really enjoy. I also enjoy singing in a karaoke setting with friends or at special events.

What kinds of music do you like to sing to? 

I enjoy singing to a wide range of music genres, from pop and rock to jazz and classical. I like to sing along with my favorite songs or try out new styles of music to challenge myself.

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PART – 2 CUE CARD

Describe an outdoor activity you did in a new place

You can say:

– where it is

– what the activity was

– what the place is like

– and if you enjoyed it 

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SAMPLE ANSWER

One outdoor activity I did in a new place was hiking in the Swiss Alps. The Alps are located in the central part of Europe, and I had never been there before. The hiking activity was organized by a local guide, who led a group of us through some of the most scenic trails in the region.

The place was breathtakingly beautiful, with towering peaks, crystal-clear lakes, and lush green valleys. The trail we hiked was challenging but rewarding, with stunning views around every turn. The guide was knowledgeable and friendly, pointing out interesting features along the way, such as alpine flowers and wildlife.

Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed the experience of hiking in the Swiss Alps. It was a unique and unforgettable way to explore a new place, and the combination of physical activity and natural beauty was invigorating. I would highly recommend hiking in the Swiss Alps to anyone who loves the outdoors and wants to experience some of the most beautiful scenery in the world.

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PART – 3 FOLLOW UPS

How easy is it to travel around your country?

We have a good number of public transportations including bullet trains, modern buses and aeroplanes and I would say someone can travel in my country very easily. Major cities in my country have airports and it makes commuters’ life hassle-free. Since we have eight-lane highways and they are maintained periodically, someone can drive his/her own car to commute from one area to another smoothly. Besides, metro rails are convenient for city-dwellers to commute to and from their offices and citizens can take long-route trains to visit other districts and they are comparatively cheaper.

Which method of travel do you consider the safest? Why?

Despite some common misconceptions, I believe airways are the safest means of transportation. We have frequent national and international flights and the service is really excellent. Aviation accidents are deadly and claim the lives of many, and such accidents often make headlines which gives an impression that air travel is nocuous. However, if we compare air causalities with that of road accidents, we can easily learn that air travel is the safest. Flying is the most secure way to get around in my country as flights are well-organised and the air traffic is controlled more efficiently by trained professionals.

Has travel become safer in recent years than that was in the past?

Some people would say that accidents and casualties are higher in modern time than in the past. But I believe that travelling in recent years has significantly improved and offers more convenience to commuters.

We see more accidents these days because they all are being reported in the news unlike the past when we could hear about only major accidents. In recent days, we have more strict traffic rules, acute safety measures including biometric checking, and modern transportations which are built considering safety in mind. Rigid airport rules make terrorist attacks almost impossible.

A typical train station in my country has more than 15 train schedules and they carry thousands of passengers each day. Such a station used to have only three to four trains a day. If we consider the number of vehicles and commuters with that of the past, we would get a real picture of road safety, which I believe has advanced in recent days.

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