BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 3rd August

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 3rd August


ELTS Speaking Interview



What is your full name?

My name Davinder Sharma.

How may I address you?

You may address me as Davinder.

May I see your ID?

Sure, here you go.

Are there many small businesses in your area?

Yes, there are quite a few small businesses in my area. These can range from small mom-and-pop shops to independent boutiques and specialty stores.

Do you prefer shopping at small stores or big stores?

It depends on what I’m shopping for. For everyday items and convenience, I tend to prefer bigger stores with more selection and lower prices. However, when I’m looking for something unique or special, I enjoy shopping at small stores where I can find one-of-a-kind items and support local businesses.

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Why do some people prefer to shop at small businesses?

Some people prefer to shop at small businesses because they value supporting local communities and independent entrepreneurs. Small businesses often offer unique and personalized products and services, and shopping at these businesses can help to promote diversity and competition in the marketplace.

Would you ever like to run your own small business?

While I admire and respect those who run their own small businesses, it is not something that personally interests me as a career or lifestyle. I prefer to work in a different field, but I am still happy to support small businesses in my community as a customer and advocate.

When was the last time you bought something from a small business?

I actually just bought something from a small business last week. I purchased a handmade scarf from a local boutique as a gift for a friend. It was a bit more expensive than a similar item I could have found at a big-box store, but I felt good about supporting a small business and buying a unique and high-quality product.

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Describe a person who likes to work with nature (growing plants, vegetables etc.)

You can say:

– who the person is

– how you know them

– what they like to do with nature

– and say how you feel about them 

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One person I know who likes to work with nature is my friend Maria. We met at a gardening club a few years ago and have kept in touch ever since. Maria has an amazing talent for growing plants and vegetables, and she spends a lot of her free time tending to her garden.

She grows all sorts of things, from tomatoes and peppers to flowers and herbs. She’s always experimenting with new seeds and trying out different methods to improve her harvest. Whenever I visit her, she’s eager to show me around her garden and tell me about the latest plants she’s been growing.

I think it’s amazing how passionate Maria is about working with nature. She’s always learning and trying new things, and it’s inspiring to see how much joy she gets from gardening. I’ve even started my own small garden thanks to her encouragement.

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Some say that almost all emissions come from industries rather than people. Do you agree or disagree?

First of all, I believe the data is published out there somewhere so if one was so inclined it would be fairly easy to answer this question. However, owners of such industries and other parties with vested interest might try to hide the real statistics in order to stay in business. To be frank, seeing thousands of cars on the street puffing and blowing clouds of smoke, leaving puddles of oil it is difficult to say that contribution to emissions is sole responsibility of industries.

Do you believe that humanity will be able to coexist with nature peacefully in the future?

To address this question we have to take a look at the current trend of human-nature relationship. We’ve been systematically destroying the environment over the past 150 years and only recently have we realised the extent of harm we are causing. If we focus on mitigating the damage we have done the nature might be saved, and yes, in this case peaceful coexistence is possible. However, if the situation gets out of hand and we go back to our old ways of production which disregard the environment, then the definition of ‘nature’ might change itself. Consequently, it will turn into a different kind of question.

What is the importance of nature in human life?

The first reason of nature being important is biodiversity – the number different species existing and coexisting. This is a very delicately balanced system where animals and plants are interdependent. For instance, a common result of deforestation is loss of habitat for many animals who have no choice but to migrate to other areas, creating an excessive presence of certain species there. This triggers backlash and nature tries to balance itself, sometimes at the expense of humans. One example is thousands of fish jumping out of the sea onto the shore, displaced by oil spills and consequently leaving bigger species who rely on it as food hungry.

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BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 3rd August

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