BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 6th September

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 6th September


IELTS Speaking Interview



What is your full name?

My name is Gurma Jayu.

How may I address you?

You may address me as Gurma.

May I see your ID?

Sure, here you go.

What do you often do in the evening? 

In the evenings, I usually spend time with my family, watch TV, read a book, go for a stroll, or prepare dinner.

Do you often study/work in the evening? 

Absolutely. I frequently study or work in the evenings to stay on track with my goals and tasks. I’ve discovered that focusing on my job in the evenings keeps me productive and motivated.

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Do you do the same thing every evening?

No, I don’t repeat myself every evening. I like to change it up depending on the day and what I’m in the mood for. My evenings benefit from variety and balance.

Who do you usually spend your evenings with? 

My evenings are frequently spent with my family. We all like spending time together and catching up on the events of the day. It’s an excellent way to connect and remain connected.

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Do you do the same thing in the evenings as you did when you were a child? 

No, I no longer spend my evenings in the same way I did as a child. I used to spend a lot of time outside with my friends back then, but now my evenings are filled with indoor activities like watching TV or reading a book.

Do you prefer staying at home or going out during evenings? 

In the evenings, I normally prefer to stay at home. After a long day, it’s a perfect time for me to relax and decompress. Going out in the evenings can be enjoyable, but I usually prefer to remain inside and relax.

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What do you do when you go out in the evening? 

When I go out in the evening, I usually visit a restaurant or cafe with friends, see a movie, or visit a bar or club. It’s a terrific way to meet new people and have a good time.

What is a popular activity for young people in your country in the evenings?

Going out to restaurants, clubs, and parks in the evenings is a common activity for young people in my nation. It’s a terrific way to interact and have fun.

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Talk about a time when saw an insect dancing.

You Should Say:

– what did it happen

– where have you seen this

– what was the situation

– and explain how did you feel about it.


Well the topic sounds very interesting and thought provoking as it is very rare and fascinating that you saw an insect dancing. Or maybe if we have seen this sight then we are not aware that we call it dance of insect.

Here, I would like to share the incident when I saw something like this. Although, when I saw it, I did not know that what we call it but later when I research a bit on it I got to know about it. The insect that I saw was honey bee. It was during the spring season when the flowers blossom.

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One of my neighbours has a small and beautiful lawn in his house. I use to pay visit to his house often and it was at his house that I saw honey bees dancing. It was during a fine day; we were sitting in his lawn and sipping tea when I saw honey bees flitting among flowers. Although it is a very common sight, as it was the spring season and it is during this season that honey bees drink nectar from the flowers.

All of a sudden, it struck my mind that what are they actually doing by revolving around the flowers. When I saw it deeply, I observed that they fluttering around the flowers making a pattern very much looks like the number 8.

Later, on reaching home when googled it and searched on it I come to know that it was actually that bees were dancing. And we call it “waggle dance” in scientific language. Through this dance honey bees pass information to each other. It was quite surprising to know that even such wonders also exist on earth.

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Do you think insects are useful?

I think everything must have a reason for its existence. Some reasons are obvious like bees and butterflies help pollinate plants and earthworms make soil richer so that healthy plants can grow on it. Insects like rats or cockroaches though, I personally don’t really understand what purposes they serve in ecosystems, but of course I don’t think they exist just to gross people out.

What kinds of insects make some people scared?

I think people tend to associate certain insects like rats and flies with poor hygiene and diseases, and so they want to avoid them as much as they can. Some other insects like bees and fire ants can really hurt people through bites or stings because they have venom, and that’s why people are afraid of them. 

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BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 6th September

IELTS Speaking Interview

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