BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 2nd June

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 2nd June

IELTS SPEAKING INTERVIEW

IELTS Speaking Interview

IELTS SPEAKING INTERVIEW

PART – 1 INTRO

What is your full name?

My name is Arshdeep Sidhu.

How may I address you?

You may address me as Arshdeep.

May I see your ID?

Sure, here it is.

What is the importance of books in our life?

Books are one of the best friends of man. They give us the best knowledge very conveniently. They are the product of the best brains of the world. They stand by us when even our best friends desert us.

What are the reading habits of the people of your state?

With the spread of education, the number of readers is increasing very fast. Computer and Internet have added to the charm of reading. The increasing number of newspapers, magazines, books etc. are the witness that people are interested in reading the printed material.

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Do the people read English books in other languages?

The people in my state usually read books in their regional languages or in Hindi. The people who are graduates or post-graduates read books in English.

Which types of books are read by youngsters?

The young boys and girls like to read books of their syllabus. Some people, who have time, read books on romantic and detective stories.

What does the children/school going students read?

Children/School-going children are fond of reading books on fairy tales. Harry Potter series of novels have become a heart throb of the children.

PART – 2 CUE CARD

Describe a difficult thing you did and succeeded.

You should say:

– What it was?

– How did you complete it?

– Why it was difficult?

– And how you felt about doing it?

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Model Answer 1:

Introduction:

Well, I’m innovative, so I generally try to do or learn something new in my daily routine. Initially, new work is quite tricky for me, but I become habitual to it with practice.

Here I would like to talk about a time when I did something difficult and was successful.

What it was?

Actually, that difficult thing was driving a car in a metropolis where a huge crowd could be seen.

I vividly remember last year during my summer vacation; I was taking driving lessons from my father as he has a gifted hand in driving. So within few days I was able to drive a car in a local area of my hometown.

Why it was difficult?

However, I never drove a car in a city as I thought that it is a challenging task for me to drive a car in a crowded area.

I remember once my father was not at home, my grandmother’s situation was quite critical as she is a patient with high blood pressure.

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And how you felt about doing it?

At that time, I felt blue because I had only a little education regarding driving, and it was arduous for me to take her hospital on my two-wheeler as she is feeble because of old age.

How did you complete it?

So, I had to drive a car in order to take her to the hospital. At that time, I drove the car in a city for the first time and saved my grandmother’s life. Honestly speaking, my father was very proud of me and really appreciated my work.

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Despite the sorrowful situation, it was a win-win situation for me, as I saved my grandmother’s life and overcame my fear of driving the car in a crowded area. Now, I’m quite confident about driving a car in hilly areas too.

Conclusion:

Overall, this was the difficult thing that I did and succeeded.

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PART – 3 FOLLOW UPS

1. What kinds of jobs require people to be confident?

I think all jobs require a certain degree of confidence but the ones which involve dealing with customers require a lot more confidence. For example, if a salesperson is not confident enough then he will not be able to convince the customers about the product he/she is trying to sell.

2. On what occasions should children be encouraged? How?

I think children should be encouraged in those situations where they feel hesitant in doing something that is good for them. But also, the encouragement should be done to a certain limit, they should not feel like something is being forced upon them. For example, we can encourage children to learn something creative such as painting if they show interest in it. And to encourage them more, parents can take them to a museum so they can develop their interest further.

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3. How do you help children stay focused?

There are many ways in which children can be helped. First of all, one can provide them an environment which is free of distractions, like when they are studying, they should not be allowed to use cellphones. Another way to help them focus would be to teach them about meditation in which they have to focus on their breath or a single sound.

4. What challenges do young people face today?

Well, I think there are two main challenges that young people face these days. The first one is related to the mind and mental health, nowadays everyone is aware of the rise in depression and suicide cases among the youth. Another challenge faced by them is the ever-increasing competition in education or their professional lives.

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