BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 31st August

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 31st August

IELTS SPEAKING INTERVIEW

IELTS Speaking Interview

IELTS SPEAKING INTERVIEW

PART – 1 INTRO

What is your full name?

My name is Radha Rani.

How may I address you?

You may address me as Radha.

May I see your ID?

Sure, here you go.

Where are you from?

I’m from Chennai. It was popularly known as Madras. It is a big city and is home to 7 lakh people. The weather is mostly bearable except in May when it becomes extremely hot. It rains around November-December.

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Do you work or study?

I’m currently in the final year of Journalism. I’m planning to pursue Masters in History after which I’m planning to work in some reputed company. I’m more inclined towards corporate content writing as the remuneration is very good.

Are water sports popular in your country?

I’m not that sure, but from what I can see, the young people around me tend to enjoy water sports, such as scuba diving and surfing, to have fun. But for others, like the older generation, they are not that into it.

What water sports do you like?

I’m into all kinds of water sports. In terms of the extreme ones, I enjoy scuba diving and surfing because doing it makes me feel excited and I really get a good kick out of it. And in terms of something gentle, I prefer water yoga as it helps me to keep fit.

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How often do you take a break?

I take breaks often while working or studying because it becomes difficult to concentrate for a long-time. If I were to focus on one task continuously I wouldn’t be able to perform well. Short breaks will allow me to refresh my mind to handle my tasks.

Do you like eating a cake?

Yes, I like eating cakes, but my dentist keeps saying that I ought to try to wean myself from sugary foods to protect my teeth.

PART – 2 CUE CARD

Describe a new planet where you would like to live

You should say

– Where it is

– How you know about it

– And why would you like to live there

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SAMPLE ANSWER

Well, currently in our galaxy, there is no other planet than earth where one can live. However, in coming centuries we might have some planets where life will be possible.

Here I would like to talk about the 4th planet in our galaxy that is Mars. To be honest, in case I get an opportunity to live on any other planet that would be Mars because there are many similarities between Earth and Mars. Currently, many researches are going on to acquire more information about this planet. Every nation is allocating huge budgets in this race to find ways for life on it.

As it is far away from the sun as compared to our planet, the temperature is in minus, which makes it uninhabitable. I have watched many documentaries and fiction movies about Mars. The way directors portray life on Mars is totally fascinating and reflects many things about the early years of life on earth. It is impossible to live on Mars in the foreseeable

However, the thought of life on Mars always gives hope to mankind and widens our horizon. As the climate on earth is changing day by day, in future, many people would like to live on other planets. At the same time, still there are so many unsolved mysteries on earth, so life on Mars may unfold the fact behind those mysteries.

In the starting, humans have to make many struggles to settle down on a new planet. However, I’m quite optimistic that in the future we would see life on Mars as well.

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PART – 3 FOLLOW UPS

Why do more and more people live in the city?

Generally, these days people always prefer the city lifestyle. There are many reasons behind this. Some people move to the cities because of education, work, lifestyle, and so on. However, many of them want to live in the city due to the financial growth, advanced facilities, better job opportunities, and entertainment needs. 

What are some factors that attract people to settle down in certain places?

In my opinion, there are many factors that make people settle down in certain places. Some people migrate to developed cities to access well-planned transportation, a wide variety of job opportunities, better infrastructure, attractive cinemas and malls, top schools, and more. Some people move to different places for a peaceful environment, soulful sceneries, etc. 

What are the differences between the young and old when choosing where to live?

As cities offer plenty of job opportunities, young people always prefer city life for their financial growth. Additionally, they also get many entertainment facilities in well-developed areas like malls, cinemas, restaurants, bars, and so on. On the contrary, old people prefer to spend time with their family members. So they don’t consider the advanced facilities and entertainment spaces. However, they look for good healthcare facilities in case of an emergency. 

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BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 31st August

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