BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 11th July

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 11th July


IELTS Speaking Interview



What is your full name?

My name is Tashu Gupta.

How may I address you?

You may address me as Tashu.

What kind of teachers do you like best?

I like teachers who are friendly and have patience; who do not get mad at me when I don’t understand anything. I like teachers who have depth of knowledge of the subject, and who have good communication skills to teach well.

Who was your favorite teacher when you were young?

When I was young Mrs. Promilla was my favorite teacher. She used to teach me maths. I remember I used to be very weak at Maths, but Mrs. Promilla taught us so well that Maths became my favorite subject.

Would you want to be a teacher in the future?

Yes, I would definitely want to be a teacher in the future. I think I have the patience. Moreover, teaching is a very lucrative profession nowadays.

Have you ever had bad teachers before?

No, I have never had bad teachers in my life. All my teachers have been very nice.

How do you feel about birds?

I feel that birds are very special. They are beautiful creations of God. They add diversity to nature.

How do Indian people feel about birds?

India is a diverse country. Everyone has different feelings. Some love birds, and keep them as pets. Others just admire them flying in the sky. Some even eat birds.

Are there many birds near your home?

Yes, there are birds near my home. I can see pigeons, crows, sparrows and even the cuckoo bird occasionally.

Have you seen many different kinds of birds?

Yes, I have seen many different birds. Apart from the birds I see routinely around my house, I have seen peacocks in my neighbouring village. I have also seen some rare birds, in the Chhattbir zoo. There were different varieties of parrots and the ostrich and emu over there.

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Describe a time when you were asked opinion in a survey.

You should say:

– What the survey was about?

– Why did you participate?

– What opinions you gave?

– How did you feel?

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Well, I have participated in quite a few surveys conducted by different organizations, but here I would definitely like to share the experience of participating in a survey that I had just last month. The fact is that I was at the bus stand waiting for my bus that was supposed to leave in another 20 minutes.

During this time, I saw a canopy of Samsung mobile phones with some people around. I, too, approached to see with excitement what was going on, and I got to know that Samsung Company is surveying its latest release, Note 10 plus mobile.

Since I’m a user of this mobile phone, I too decided to take part in it. Mr. Singh, who was one of the representatives at this canopy, handed over to me a questionnaire. There were about ten close-ended questions that were regarding different features of this mobile, and at the bottom, there was also a suggestion box.

I answered all the questions as per my experience with this mobile, and in the suggestion box, I left my comments that this mobile is a little too pricey and should be more affordable; during this time, they also served me a cup of coffee I must say taking part in this survey was quite a satisfactory experience.

I felt I was directly communicating with the company, and sharing my feedback would benefit the company.

Overall it was a wonderful experience, and now I never miss a chance to participate in a survey.

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Why do people change their opinions?

People change their opinions when they find some contradicting evidence or facts against their previous opinion. If they don’t change, they suffer from guilt and thus although they may resist at first, they slowly do change.

Who do young people turn to for advice?

I think young people mainly turn to family or their confidants like teachers and friends for advice. To whom they turn to for advice depends upon the matter concerned and the decisions’ relevance in their lives.

Do people like giving opinions about politics?

Most of the Indian people hold strong opinions when it comes to politics and they are not shy in expressing their beliefs as well. I think it’s good because this means people are politically active and they are thinking about governments’ decisions and policies. This also means they put a value on their vote.

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BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 11th July

IELTS Speaking Interview

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