BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 22nd August

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 22nd August

IELTS SPEAKING INTERVIEW

IELTS Speaking Interview

IELTS SPEAKING INTERVIEW

PART – 1 INTRO

What is your full name?

My name is Rishika Rani.

How may I address you?

You may address me as Rishika.

May I see your ID?

Sure, here you go.

What’s your favourite vegetable and fruit?

My top three are broccoli, celery and grape because all of them are both nutritious and delicious. Also, I want to give mushrooms an honourable mention as they are one of my favourite things to cook with, although they are a fungus.

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How often do you eat fruits?

I think I eat fruits at home on a daily basis. I always buy a lots of different fruits in the shopping mall in the weekends for my whole family.

Are there any special fruits in your hometown?

Oh yes, there are loquat trees everywhere in my hometown. Loquat is very sweet and has lots of nutrition and can become medicine.

Should we eat vegetables every day?

Yes, we do. We really need to eat vegetables every day because you simply cannot find another food group that is as perfectly matched to our everyday human needs as vegetables. There are various protein, fibre and vitamin that cannot be found in other food like meat.

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Is the news important to you?

Yes, I feel that it’s very important for me and other people to know what happened in the domestic and international events.

What kinds of news do Chinese people read in newspapers?

It’s kind of hard to say but people that I know around me tend to read the political news because they are interested in what happens in the domestic country and abroad, but maybe for others, they just care more about the sports and fashion events. 

Do you prefer to read about domestic (or local) news or international news? (Why?)

Well, if I were to choose between the two, I’ll probably go with reading domestic news because they are closer to home, and affects me more; whereas, you know, international news sometimes have nothing to do with my daily life, so I just read the headlines.

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PART – 2 CUE CARD

Describe a person who gave a clever solution to a problem

You should say:

• Who the person is

• When and where it happened

• What the problem was

And explain why it was a clever solution.

SAMPLE ANSWER

To ‘think outside of the box’ is always the term that comes to mind whenever a problem arises and not everyone succeeds in coming up with a solution, but there is one person on this planet though who always surprises me with his cleverness and ability to come up with a solution to even some of the toughest problems. His name is Nam and he’s my older brother.

My mother always told us that even though we’re brothers and we have a close–knit relationship, we’re still as different as two people could possibly be. I’m quite an active person and have a tendency to make very quick decisions, while my brother is extremely calm and usually solves problems in a level-headed kind of way, and that’s the reason why he has been a kind of saviour to me on a number of occasions.

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There was a time that I consider as an important landmark in my life which was when I took the entrance exam to university. And similar to my mother, I suffer from hypotension which is low blood pressure and sometimes causes dizziness when I’m hungry or tired. In certain circumstances, I just need the sugar from a couple of candy bars to recover, but actually I’m quite an absent-minded person so I usually forget to carry any with me.

On that day, when the start of the examination was getting nearer, I was so nervous that I couldn’t think clearly and my hands had begun to shake. All of a sudden I found some tiny chocolate bars in my pocket, and they absolutely saved my life! In the end, it turned out that my brother remembered to put some in my pocket for me in order to avoid this situation. So thoughtful and so smart he was to do such a thing!

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PART – 3 FOLLOW UPS

Do you think children are born smart or do they learn to become smart?

Well, if you ask me, I consider that no one is born with talent, everyone develops in the journey of their life. The children have experienced real life and when they are out of the nutshell, they learn how to become smart and thus are able to solve any problem.

How do children become smart at school?

School is the primary place where children learn things. They observe not only their mentors but also their peers and gain knowledge about many things. This academia also tests their abilities which polishes their skills and thus they enhance themselves.

Why are some people well-rounded and others only good at one thing? 

The answer to this question is the difference in exposure people get. Two people from the same background but with different exposure have a huge difference in their attitudes. They have experience in how to tackle every situation even before they enter the real world. 

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BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 22nd August

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