BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 5th September

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 5th September


IELTS Speaking Interview



What is your full name?

My name is Akshu Tari.

How may I address you?

You may address me as Akshu.

May I see your ID?

Sur, here you go.

Are you studying or working?

I’m currently a senior at X University, which is one of the top schools in the nation. Admission is incredibly competitive, so I’m very proud of being a student here.

What are you studying?

Well, I’m majoring in Accountancy, so as you can guess, I deal a lot with numbers and figures day in, day out. It can be overwhelming at times, but I think that I have a knack for mathematics and calculations, so it’s okay.

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Do you usually do the same things every morning?

As I’m a creature of habit, I would say yes. I always get up at 6:00 am, have noodles and tea for breakfast, brush my teeth, then brush up (quickly study) on what we learned the day before in class to make sure I’m well-prepared. After all of this, I leave for class at 8:30am. However, on weekends, I tend to hit the snooze button and end up sleeping till 9:00am then start my day.

Do you think breakfast is important?

Absolutely. Many experts state that it is the most important meal of the day. I believe it gives me the fuel I need to tackle my day (to strongly take on the day). Moreover, I think it’s critical to have a balanced breakfast to make sure I get all the proper nutrients.  I cannot imagine starting my day on an empty stomach!

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Did you have the same morning routine at an early age?

Yes, pretty much! As I’ve always been a scholarly person, I’ve always had the motivation to get myself up earlier than expected to have a balanced breakfast and prepare myself for the day ahead of me. However, I used to have more of a sweet tooth (a person who lives sweets) as a child, so I used to munch on (eat) some sweet bread instead of noodles.

Do you want to change your daily routine in the future?

I think it’s inevitable since I’ll soon be joining the workforce! I want to keep my organized, prepared habits, but I hope to sleep in a bit more in the future. I would like to at least sleep 30 minutes to an hour later, and not have to spend as much time preparing for my day. Furthermore, I hope to have my own car instead of taking a Grab every morning.

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Talk about an international day you want to celebrate.

You should say:

– What day is it

– when and how is it celebrates

– what is the importance of this day


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Although there are many national and international days celebrated throughout the world and many of them are not even known to us. But today I would like to talk about international women’s day celebrated throughout the world on 8 march. It is internationally recognized by United Nation Organisation.

It is a focal point in the movement of women’s rights. Today, International Women’s Day is a public holiday in some countries and largely ignored elsewhere. In some places, it is a day of protest; in others, it is a day that celebrates womanhood. International Women’s Day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity.

This day has been observed since the early 1900 and today acclaimed internationally throughout the world. In the past year, we’ve seen women from all walks of life stand up and start the conversation of issues women still face like gender equality and sexual assaults. Although women are respected and should be respected on all days, but particularly on this very day, people show their reverence towards women.

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At some work places women are given holiday on this very day, at some other places they are provided with some special gifts or incentives. The prime idea of celebrating the Women’s day is to make the women happy. It will make them feel that it is not just the love you have for her but that you trust her as a woman and respect her for the powerful women she is.

Most of the time, women at home spend their lives tending to others and often put their own plans on the back burner to accommodate family plans. On this special day, the least you can do is plan a small get-together/trip for your lady love. All you need to do is get in touch with her favourite girls and send them off for a few hours of absolute bliss!

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How people celebrate public events?

I would say a gathering with food, alcohol, friends, and family is the most common way to celebrate an event across the world. More specifically, for events such as New Years, people like to crowd a central area, such as the main square, usually for a concert or some sort of speaker or count down. Furthermore, people tend to like using fireworks, bells, airhorns or even just shouting when they feel excited about something.

Do you think it is important to celebrate events?

I have mixed feelings about this. On one hand, I think it’s nice to celebrate events to have something to look forward to (feel excited for) throughout the year, but I dislike the pressure aspect of special events. For example, people tend to get so stressed about buying gifts and decorating their homes during the Christmas season that they forget to simply enjoy their time with family and friends. However, when I think about it, I couldn’t imagine life without celebrating special events.

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Should the event be prepared in advance?

I would say so. When we procrastinate (wait to do something until the last minute), it tends to cause things to get pretty hectic (crazy) at the last minute. However, when we plan too far in advance, it may not go as planned, as things tend to change. For example, maybe an unexpected event arises which causes the plan to change.

On the other hand, I don’t think we should plan every detail in advance, as I’ve found that sometimes the spontaneous (unplanned) moments are the most enjoyable. So, all in all, it’s about balance. I’d like to have a rough plan (an idea but not a strict plan) of the event in advance, but not overly detailed nor several months in advance.

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How can you prepare an activity?

Well, firstly, I would like to know the approximate number of guests and their ages. Secondly, I would like to brainstorm (think of ideas) some different ideas of things that would be appealing to the audience. After this, I would find an appropriate place to hold the event, such as a home, a rented venue, outdoor area, etc and start to think about the type of food and refreshments would be appealing (tasteful) for this event.

After this, I would start to officially send out invitations via mail or email and see how many RSVP (respond to event). Upon obtaining the official numbers, I would either make the food and buy the drinks or hire a catering company to take care of the party. As the event approaches, I would double-check with the guests to see how many are coming. I’d say this plan would lead to a successful event.

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BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 5th September

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