BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 28th June

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 28th June


IELTS Speaking Interview



May I know your full name?

My name is Simrandeep Kaur.

How may I address you?

You may address me as Simrandeep instead of calling me by my full name.

May I see your ID?

Sure, here it is.

What is your daily routine?

I get up early in the morning at about 5 a.m. Then I go for a morning walk. I go to the temple after taking bath. I go to college/office/working place at about 9 a.m. I come back after 6 p.m. take a cup of tea and watch T.V. for sometimes. Then it is time for my dinner. After taking my dinner, I stroll a little. We, all the members of the family, chat together and discuss important issue and to bed at 11 p.m.

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Can you tell me your attitude towards life?

I am an optimist. I look at the positive and brighter side of life. I personally believe that we should be up and doing. Nothing is impossible in life, what is needed is the sincerity towards your duty. If we lose, it should be boldly with the aim of converting it into gain.

Do you think hobbies are useful for human beings?

Yes, hobbies play a significant role in human life. Life becomes a boring affair without any pursuit of hobbies. They add charm and durable ventilation. Many times, hobbies lead to a whole-time profession.

How do you manage your affairs?

I believe in proper planning and time management. I never create artificial haste. I believe that “Haste makes waste”. First, I take into account all the points and problems, assess myself and then take up the job for completion. I make a proper planning of my strategy. I am happy that almost every time I have been successful in my mission.

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Describe a time when you had discussion on money.

You should say:

– When it was?

– With whom you had it?

– What did you learn?

– How it benefited you?

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Today, money is even more important than the fundamental needs of humans, and I feel lucky that I had an opportunity to discuss the value of money. The fact is that I used to be very spendthrift and spend all my pocket money on wasteful things.

When it was? and With whom you had it?

Considering this, my father requested my uncle, who is actually a businessman, to have a discussion with me related to money with me. My uncle, during the recent meeting, started by telling me a story of a businessman who was a millionaire, but he lost everything just because of his habit of being a spendthrift.

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What did you learn?

In addition, he also advised me about how to grow money because he himself started making money at age 12 by renting his comic book to his friends. I found this idea quite unique and innovative. In fact, he gifted me a famous book, “Rich dad, Poor dad”, to understand the basic concepts of money management and reduce expenses.

How it benefited you?

I must say, this discussion brought a huge change, and I stopped wasting my money on worthless things such as video games and chocolates and others. Last month,) paid my school fees with my savings, and my father was proud on me.

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Overall, it was a wonderful discussion related to money that I had.

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1. What is the difference between the conversation between men and women?

Generally speaking, men are attached to masculinity and women are related to femininity. So, I guess men talk more about topics related to power such as politics while women touch on subjects of beauty such as fashion. But, still, men and women talk on different topics as the rigid gender structures are disappearing.

2. Which conversation is better, phone or face-to-face?

I think one can talk on the phone if it is small talk while the face-to-face conversation is better for a long or serious conversation. Personally, I think physical presence is an essential part of the conversation. So, I believe that face-to-face conversation is better than a phone conversation.

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3. Why do people get nervous while they give presentations?

Most probably, they could be an introverted person. Introverts don’t like to be in a crowd and mostly they hate to be the center of attention. So, it is possible that people who get nervous during presentations are introverts.

4. Is it important to use visual aids during presentations?

Visual aids can make the presentation interesting. So, using visual aids for a presentation is a good idea.

5. Why is body language important?

Body language expresses more than verbal communication. It involves gestures, movements, and expressions that convey messages to people. Also, body language is entered into people’s minds before verbal communication.

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6. Do you think humour is important for the speaker?

Yes. Humour spice up the speech and can interest and sustain the audience’s attention.

7. What kind of speaker do you prefer?

I like the speaker who has the ability to hold attention. He or she should be lively and keep me entertained throughout the speech.

8. Is public speaking skill important for politics?

In Politics, it is important to communicate with the people and leaders must possess charisma. Public speaking is a way to build communication and charisma. Thus, we can say public speaking is an essential skill for politics. 

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BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 28th June

IELTS Speaking Interview

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