BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 9th September

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 9th September

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 it is.

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Is summer your favourite time of year? [Why/Why not?]

I like the summer season when it is not too hot, but I can not say that it is my favourite season because I like Autumn over any other season. During mild summer, which lasts for just a month or two, the weather is just perfect for outdoor activities and visiting beach areas. But the rest of the summer is too hot and too humid for my liking. In our country, the sun often shines mercilessly and the temperature reaches around 40 degree Celsius.

What do you do in summer when the weather’s very hot? [Why?]

I am extremely lucky that I own a house that has air coolers, and I work in an office that has a central air conditioner. I even have my own car. So I can mostly avoid the fierce hot weather and stay cool indoors. Sometimes when I go out without the comfort of the car, I can feel the heat and perspire profoundly. This is extremely annoying but this is the reality for millions of people in our country. During summer, I try to drink plenty of water and go out during the evening time after sunset to avoid direct sunlight. 

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Do you go on holiday every summer? [Why/Why not?]

Yes, I enjoy holidays during the summer season, when I get one or two weeks’ leave from my office. I either choose a sea beach or a location near a river or a lake in summer to enjoy the view and get away from the hustle and bustle of city life. 

Did you enjoy the summer holidays when you were at school? [Why/Why not?]

During my school days, the summer seasons were not as hot and humid as they are today, or at least this is what I think now! So I was not too concerned about the extreme weather during summer seasons back then. And of course, I loved the summer holidays as it meant a long leave from school, visiting grandparents’ house and doing fun activities with family and friends. Those were magical days. 

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What do you like to drink with your dinner? [Why?]

With my dinner, I usually prefer to drink water. Water is a refreshing and hydrating beverage that complements the flavours of the food without overpowering them. It helps to cleanse the palate and aids in digestion. Additionally, water is a healthier choice as it has no added sugars or calories, and it keeps me well-hydrated throughout the meal.

Do you drink a lot of water every day? [Why/Why not?]

Yes, I make it a point to drink an adequate amount of water every day. Water is essential for maintaining proper bodily functions, regulating body temperature, and promoting overall health. It helps to hydrate the body, flush out toxins, and support various bodily processes. Additionally, staying hydrated helps me feel more alert, energized, and focused throughout the day.

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Do you prefer drinking tea or coffee? [Why?]

Personally, I prefer drinking tea over coffee. I find the taste and aroma of different types of tea to be soothing and comforting. Tea offers a wide variety of flavours, ranging from herbal and fruity to rich and earthy. I appreciate the calming effect that tea has, and it often serves as a relaxing ritual for me. Moreover, tea contains less caffeine compared to coffee, making it a preferable choice for me as I am sensitive to the effects of caffeine.

If people visit you in your home, what do you usually offer them to drink? [Why/Why not?]

When people visit my home, I typically offer them a selection of beverages to choose from, including tea, coffee, water, and some soft drinks. I believe in providing options to accommodate different preferences and tastes. It allows guests to choose what they would enjoy the most and makes them feel welcomed and comfortable in my home. 

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PART – 2 CUE CARD

Describe a time when you told your friend an important truth

– Who your friend is?

– What the truth was

– What your friend’s reaction was

– And explain why it was important for you to tell the truth to your friend

Sample Answer

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I believe a lie spoken for someone’s benefit is better than truth. So, telling a lie momentarily for someone’s good is not a bad thing in my point of view. To the best of my recollection, today I want to talk about a time when I had to hide a bitter truth from my friend. His name is Mukul, one of my closest friend and I love spending time with him, sharing my happiness and sorrows. Last year, we were appearing for UPSC exam. As he was a very bright student since his childhood, he did all his best to crack this exam, studied 14 hours every day with full concentration and dedication.

Everything was proceeding as planned before the exam. We stayed up late together, working for final revision and solving all the questions that might appear in exams. Then just before the final day of the exam I accidentally picked up his phone while he went outside to get some fresh air.

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The call was from his aunty. It was a pickle situation as his father was hospitalized due to heart attack. But somehow, I accumulated my thoughts and told his aunty about the exams and explained everything. The only thing that came to my mind was that how is
he going to take it, will he be able to write his exams after this or not. Finally, I decided that we should not tell Mukul about this before exam.

When Mukul came back I pretended like nothing has happened and gave our exams to the best of our abilities. Finally, after returning to the hostel I decided to break the news to him. He started crying immediately. We booked his ticket and he left off immediately for his hometown. He did not talk to me for the entire vacation period.

Later, he cracked the exam with a very good rank and then he came to me and said that he was grateful for what I did. We are still good friends as we were before.

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PART – 3 FOLLOW UPS

Do you think we should tell truth at all times?

Honestly speaking, telling truth shows you care for others, but we cannot tell the truth all the time. Sometimes the truth may hurt the feelings. It does not mean that you should tell lies to others; in fact, you can hide the truth for some time and speak it later for someone’s benefit.

How do you know when others are telling the truth?

From my experience, I get to know that someone is telling a lie by their facial expressions. For example, people start sweating or avoiding eye contact when they are lying. However, sweating might also be due to other reasons and therefore it is not easy to determine if people are indeed lying or just physically uncomfortable.

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Do you think it is important to win the game or follow the rules?

As far as I believe, winning the game without rules is not fair enough. Deserving people will not get the chance to showcase their abilities. So, although the result is important, following the rules is even more important.

Sometimes people should tell lies. Do you agree?

As I mentioned above, lie spoken for someone’s benefit is better than truth. But it does not mean that we should speak lies all the time.

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BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 9th September

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