BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 23rd August

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 23rd August


IELTS Speaking Interview



What is your full name?

My name is Bath Ravi.

How may I address you?

You may address me as Bath.

May I see your ID?

Sure, here you go.

Do you like (to learn about) history?

Yes, I am a big fan of reading historical stories. When I was a little boy, I always took some historical books from my father’s bookshelf and read the historical events. I feel that history not only can cultivate my mental development, but also give me a better picture of human society.

What historical event do you find most interesting?

Personally I am fond of the Battle of Red Cliffs happened in the early period of Three Kingdoms, which was a decisive battle at the end of the Han Dynasty. It was also the typical battle in Chinese history renowned for the fewer and weaker defeating the more and stronger.

Do you think history is important?

Yes, the main factor is that like our native language, history forms a cultural identity and keeps a unique record of country, and also we can learn the experiences from history to correct our current actions.

Do you like to watch programmes on TV about history?

Yes, I enjoy watching some documentaries about history on TV because I can see a lot of video materials that cannot be seen in the textbooks. I always watch them at home during my time off with my son to learn something about history.

Do you think you can really learn history from films and TV programmes?

I don’t feel that watching the current TV series can make you be aware of the history, you know, TV programmes are more engaging than books, however the true historical events in most of the TV series have been distorted by the producers to cater for the audience. It’s really shame as the young people will misunderstand the history by these irresponsible productions.

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Describe a family (not your own family) that you like.

You should say:

• where this family lives

• who the members of the family are

• how you know them

• what each person in this family does in life (student/work/retired etc.)

and explain why you like this family.   


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I would like to talk about a family that I am very close to, it’s my uncle’s family.

His family has 2 daughters who are around the same age as me; therefore, I usually drop in to his house to chat with them. At times, we bake some cakes and take them to our grandparents’ house; then we have an overnight sleep there. Besides, we often hang out together, especially at the weekends just to take it easy and enjoy ourselves so as to get ready for a new week.

Their parents, I mean my uncle and aunt, are very warm-hearted, and they both work as college teachers. So, whenever I run into difficulties with my homework, I usually turn to them for help. I remember when I was small, I used to live in my uncle’s house and they looked after me as if I had been their daughter. Hence, our relationships are out-of-this world, although we don’t have much time together like before. But on special occasions such as the Tet holiday, we will gather at my grandparents’ house to make Chung cake, enjoy a firework performance as well as wish New Year’s greetings to each other.

As a final point, I hope that we can maintain this close relationship for ever.

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How many generations usually live together in your country?

I think the situation in my country is undergoing a change. Earlier joint families were more common and three or four generations used to live together. On the other hand, nowadays nuclear families are more common with a maximum of two generations living together.

Is it important to visit family members?

Yes, it is really important to meet the family regularly. I think family defines us and family is what supports us and stands with us in bad times. However, I think this selfless bond only stays if we remain in contact with each other.

What are the values of family in your country?

The think the main values of family in my country are respect for elders and prioritizing the needs of the family over our individual needs. That is why, in my country we think in we rather in I, for example we own a house, we own this car.

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BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 23rd August

IELTS Speaking Interview

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