BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 8th August

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 8th August


IELTS Speaking Interview



What is your full name?

My name is Yusaf Choudari.

How may I address you?

You may address me as Yusaf.

May I see your ID?

Sure, here you go.

What types of clothes do you like to wear?

Well, it depends. When I go to work, I always try to look sharp because I work in a formal environment. So that often means a suit and tie. But, if I’m just hanging out with my friends or taking a leisurely stroll, you’re more likely to find me in casual outfits: a well-worn pair of jeans, a T-shirt and some sneakers.

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What kind of clothes do you never wear?

I absolutely hate at leisure clothing. They say it’s supposed to be comfortable. I really don’t know why they say that. I get all hot and sweaty in it. I’d rather just work out in a t-shirt and shorts.

Where do you buy most of your clothes?

Hmm, again, it kind of depends. If I’m feeling flush, I might go to the splurge on some clothes. On the other hand, if I don’t have a lot of money, I might shop at flea markets. You can score some great deals there and buy tons of clothes without breaking the bank.

Have you ever worn a uniform?

Yes, absolutely. Wearing uniform is kind of the norm in my country. Students are often dressed in a plain white button-up shirt and a pair of navy slacks, and the shirt has to be tucked in. The look is quite sedate, and I am going to say I liked it, because I didn’t have to stand in front of the mirror fussing over what to wear to school.

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How often do you drink water?

Well, every day of course! Staying hydrated (provide water for someone to keep them healthy) is a priority for me since I easily get a headache if I don’t, not to mention my weight loss goals. Drinking enough water is of paramount importance for health.

What kind of water do you like to drink?

All different kinds; I’m not too picky (selective)! I either drink tap water that I put in a Brita filter, or bottled water from time to time (sometimes). I usually put water in my refillable water bottle and carry it around me with me all day.

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Describe a conversation topic you were not interested in

Speak about:

– Who you talked with

– When you had the conversation

– What the topic was

– And explain why you were not interested


Last month I had gone to my maternal uncle’s wedding. I met a lot of relatives and cousins there after a long time and had fun with them, but I clearly remember when I met two of my aunts there with whom I had a conversation that I was not interested in.

My aunts were talking about what is the right age for girls to get married and trying to convince me and my cousin to get married soon. They were trying to give us all sorts of advice and also suggested few boys that would be suitable for us to marry. Our marriage was the centre of their discussion. They told us that girls should get married to successful men right after their graduation or even before if they get a perfect match.

These aunts even told us that if we cross 25 years of age, there would be a question about our character and we would not find a perfect mate for ourselves. According to them we can be happy only after marriage.

I was definitely not interested in this conversation because the trend is changing now. In today’s world marriage is not the only milestone in an individual’s life, marriages can be delayed. Career is more prominent to survive in this world irrespective of genders. Even women have right to be educated and successful before they tie a nuptial knot.

I was in fact disheartened by their concept about marriage even at this point of time when people have started scrutinising this old norm of getting married early. I believe there is no right age to get married until the person is physically and mentally ready to take the responsibilities hence I felt this conversation was monotonous.

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How do you know if others are not interested in the conversation?

When people are not interested in a conversation, it reflects on their facial expressions and body language. They seem to be bored and sleepy, sometimes they can be yawning. If they are not interested then they would not respond much and conversation would be less interactive and more of one sided.

Do you think it is important to have a good sense of humour?

Yes, a good sense of humour is essential as it makes the conversation more interesting, it forms a good image and the person seems amiable. A sense of humour always helps in building good relationships with people irrespective of their variance.

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BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 8th August

IELTS Speaking Interview

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