BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 13th September

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 13th September

IELTS SPEAKING INTERVIEW

IELTS Speaking Interview

IELTS SPEAKING INTERVIEW

PART – 1 INTRO

What is your full name?

My name is Devika Rafa.

How may I address you?

You may address me as Devika.

May I see your ID?

Sure, here it is.

Tell me about the kind of accommodation you live in?

I live in an apartment with my family and the apartment is approximately twenty-five hundred square feet. Our apartment is on the fourth floor and it has four bedrooms, a guest room and a large dining space. The building is located near the city centre and we enjoy a good view from our apartment.

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How long have you lived there?

My father bought this flat almost 3 years ago, and since then we have been living there. Before that, we used to live in a rented flat in the same area.

What do you like about living there?

We are happy with the apartment we live in and a great lake view from the apartment is the best thing about it. Since the building is located beside a lovely lake, we enjoy the fresh air and can walk by the lake in the morning and evening. I also like the area because almost all the modern amenities we need are present in the vicinity.

What sort of accommodation would you most like to live in?

Honestly speaking, I prefer a house over an apartment as a place to live in. However, due to increasing housing and accommodation demands, owning or renting a house in the city centre is really impossible. So for the time being, we are happy with the apartment we live in. But if I have a choice, I would relocate to a town and own a large house with a beautiful lawn in front of it.

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Do you enjoy the advertisements on television? [Why/Why not?]

I don’t exactly enjoy watching advertisements on television simply because I think of them as a waste of time. Besides, I also think that most advertisements have poor content and they try to deceive prospective customers into buying something that they don’t need.

Do you think most programmes on television are good? [Why/Why not?]

Well, it depends on what kinds of programmes I am watching.  However, having said that, I would say that many programmes on television are not good because they offer very little educational perspectives. Even the news shows these days are not “objective” enough to offer the values of “news” and therefore, are not trustworthy. 

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PART – 2 CUE CARD

STATE OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT.

You should say:

– What are different types of public transport systems

– What is the benefit of public transport

– How to maintain public transportation vehicles

– Explain what you feel about their usage in your country

SAMPLE ANSWER

Public transport is one of the most economical and easily accessible modes of reaching different places in our country. These are available in various forms like Metro Trains, buses, EMU trains and government approved taxi services. These transport systems are the best via media to commute in today’s fast moving world.

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Due to its nominal rates even a common man is able to move without burning his pocket. Government promotes public transport as it not only helps to reduce heavy traffic, but also helps to keep pollution under control.

Though public transport is of great assistance but it is disheartening to see the state of the vehicles especially the buses and the EMUs. It is the responsibility of the citizens to help the authorities to keep these transport facilities clean and hygienic. Most of us do not respect the law and make these vehicles dirty which reflect our society in a very negative way.

Like in Metro Trains, there should be strict laws so as to impose heavy fines if someone is found littering and spoiling public transport .Media should also be made responsible to create awareness and more and more people should be educated to respect this wonderful facility provided by the Government.

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PART – 3 FOLLOW UPS

In what ways can we fix traffic problems?

There are multiple solutions to fix the traffic problems. Firstly, we can reduce the number of private vehicles on the roads by promoting public transport and carpooling solution. Secondly the governments can widen the existing road infrastructure and implement stricter laws so that people obey the traffic rules

Is it fair to limit the use of cars?

Yes the use of cars should be limited as cars are one of the biggest sources of pollution which is causing diseases like asthma. Moreover limiting the number of cars will also help in solving problems like traffic jams etc.

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Should governments encourage people to use public transport?

Yes governments should motivate people to use public and shared transport as it will beneficial for the environment and will also help in preserving our natural resources

What is the most popular means of transportation in your country?

The most popular means of transportation in my country is public transport like bus as India is a developing country and not all people have their own private vehicles

Do you prefer public or private transportation? Why?

Well it depends on the situation, if I am getting late for an important event then I prefer private transport, in all other situations, I try to use public transport as it is good for our environment and it is also a less expensive or pocket friendly option.

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BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 13th September

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