BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 1st July

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 1st July


IELTS Speaking Interview



What is your full name?

My name is Nemo Founda.

How may I address you?

You may address me as Nemo.

May I see your ID?

Sure, here it is.

Do you like to travel?

Yes, absolutely.Travelling is my top hobby because whenever I travel, I can meet and get to know many new people from different cultures and nations, which helps me to broaden my horizons.

Do you often travel by air?

No, not much.Travelling by air too often is out of my reachfor a student like me. However, I do travel by air once or twice a year to an ASEAN member because the airfares to these destinations are quite affordable.

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How long was the longest trip you took?

I went on a 9-day trip to Thailand and this was my longest trip ever. I spent 3 days in Bangkok, 2 days in Pattaya and 3 days in Phuket. The remaining one day was allocated for moving.

Which country would you like to travel to in the future?

Italy is my dream destinationas it is hometothe most stunning churches in the world. Also, I love the Italian culture, language and friendly people whom I’ve met in Vietnam.

Would you like to travel to space?

Yes, it sounds a bit weird and scary though.

I am curious about how other planets look and how I would be when there is no gravity. This idea really scares me off but as it sounds pretty intriguing, I would like to try travelling to space once.

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Describe something you taught to your friend/relative.

You should say:

– What you taught him/her?

– When it was?

– How long it was for?

– And explain how you felt about it.

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Model Answer 1:


Teaching is a great way to share knowledge and skills with those around us. Recently, I had the opportunity to teach something new to my friend. Here, I would like to talk about that experience.

What you taught him/her?

The thing I taught my friend was how to cook a delicious meal. I had picked up the basics of cooking on my own, and my friend could also benefit from learning these skills. It would be nice to share something I enjoyed doing with someone else.

The meal we ended up making was a classic Italian dish. We made pasta with tomato and basil sauce. It was simple but very tasty. I had picked up the recipe from a cooking class I had taken a few months prior. I was excited to share this knowledge with my friend.

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I explained to my friend the ingredients needed and how to prepare them. I showed him how to correct the ingredients’ proportions and mix them together to create the sauce. I also showed him the techniques for cooking the pasta to the perfect consistency.

When it was?

I taught my friend the basics of cooking this Italian dish about a month ago. We had a free weekend, and it would be a great opportunity to spend some time together while learning something new. We made sure to set aside a few hours so that we could take our time and properly learn the steps without any distractions.

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How long it was for?

The cooking lesson didn’t take too long. We were able to complete the entire process in about two hours. This included the time it took to prepare the ingredients, cook the meal, and finally, enjoy the meal together.

And explain how you felt about it.

I felt great about teaching my friend something new. It was a great opportunity to bond with my friend and share something I enjoy doing. Seeing my friend’s enthusiasm as he learned the basics of cooking was very rewarding.


Overall, we both enjoyed the meal we had prepared and had a great time.

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1. What are things that young people can teach old people to do?

I think they can teach them anything they are good at. However, if I had to pick something specific I would say the use of technology like how to use mobile phone features, apps and computer software.

2. Why do older people have problems learning new things?

I think its about memory. I think people’s memory deteriorates with time and people start forgetting things. For example, sometimes when I am teaching my mother, she forgets the previous steps. However, when I repeat it once or twice, she picks it up.

3. Do you think showing is a better way than telling during education?

Of course. It’s easier to remember things we see. I am not sure why but I think our visual memory is far better. Moreover, there can be misunderstandings when telling something as words can be interpreted differently.

4. Do you think constant training is important for people to study something?

Yes, practice is the key to success. I remember I once watched a video which said that if a person spends about 1200 hours on something, he can become an expert at it. I couldn’t agree more. I remember I taught my mother how to use Microsoft Word and now she knows about it more than me because she uses it much more.

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BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 1st July

IELTS Speaking Interview

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