BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 15th September

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 15th September

IELTS SPEAKING INTERVIEW

IELTS Speaking Interview

IELTS SPEAKING INTERVIEW

PART – 1 INTRO

What is your full name?

My name is Dashmesh Kumar.

How may I address you?

You may address me as Dashmesh.

May I see your ID?

Sure, here it is.

Do you think it’s better to use a paper map or a map on your phone? [Why?]

Personally, I find using a map on my phone to be more convenient and practical. The digital maps available on smartphones provide real-time navigation, accurate directions, and the ability to zoom in and out for a detailed view. They also offer additional features like traffic updates, alternative routes, and points of interest, making it easier to plan and navigate my journeys. Furthermore, carrying a phone with a map application is more compact and easily accessible compared to carrying a physical paper map.

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When was the last time you needed to use a map? [Why/Why not?]

The last time I needed to use a map was during a recent hiking trip in a nature reserve. The hiking trail was quite extensive and had several intersecting paths, so having a map was crucial to ensure I stayed on the right track and reached the desired destinations. The map helped me navigate through the different trails, identify landmarks, and estimate the distances to various points of interest. It was particularly helpful in areas where the signage was limited, and the terrain was unfamiliar. 

If you visit a new city, do you always use a map to find your way around? [Why/Why not?]

Yes, whenever I visit a new city, I generally use a map to find my way around, especially if I am unfamiliar with the area. Exploring a new city can be exciting but also overwhelming, and having a map provides a sense of direction and helps me navigate through the streets, locate landmarks, and plan my itinerary effectively. It allows me to get a better understanding of the city’s layout, identify key attractions, and find the most efficient routes to reach different destinations.

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In general, do you find it easy to read maps? [Why/Why not?]

Yes, I find it relatively easy to read maps. Over the years, I have developed good map-reading skills through practice and experience. Understanding the symbols, legends, and scales used on maps has become second nature to me. I can interpret different types of maps, such as road maps, topographic maps, or city maps, and effectively use them to navigate and plan my journeys. However, I do acknowledge that some maps can be complex, especially those with intricate details or unconventional layouts. In such cases, it may require more concentration and patience to decipher the information accurately.

PART – 2 CUE CARD

Describe a lecture that left you a deep impression.

You should say:

– when it was

– who had it

– what it is about

and explain why you had a deep impression.

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SAMPLE ANSWER

I‘d like to talk about a commencement speech which I listened to no so long ago. Couple weeks ago, I just graduated from my college. It’s a tradition. One of those professors would give us a brilliant commencement speech. I had listened to a number of lectures and speeches in my college life. But this one made me a deep impression. Let me tell you about it.

The speech was held in the lecture hall, which is located across the teaching building, about 5 minute walk away. It’s a modern building. It has advanced facilities. Since it’s been built many years ago, there were a number of famous professors had their lectures there. From time to time, some famous people would be invited here to pass on their knowledge and brilliant ideas.

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The person who did the speech is a famous professor, who has been teaching auditing for over 3 decades. He’s a nice person, who‘s intelligent, open-minded, and willing to reach out to make friends with students. We all love him so much. When he’s there giving the speech, we were so excited. That moment, he’s a superstar. In the speech, he gave the best wishes for all the graduates. He also gave us the most sincere advices for the future.

His Sense of humor made me a deep impression. He knows how to inspire us and at the meantime give us a good time. Not like most professors, who are rigid and serious all the time. He’s a funny guy. In that speech, he had used some humorous internet expressions and those popular, funny words. That’s why I think his speech’s very interesting.

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PART – 3 FOLLOW UPS

How do you remember things when you go to a lecture? Why?

I will take notes of course. A good memory is no better than a short pen. If my pen can’t catch up the professor, maybe I will record this lecture with my phone so that I can listen to it after the lecture.

Do you take notes when you have lecture?

Of course. A good memory is no better than a short pen. When I take notes, I can review it after the lecture.

How to improve lecture? Why?

Famous person or professionals, I guess. They need regular lectures to show their work. For example, a scientist can tell people his research through lectures.

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What kind of people need regular lecture? Why?

It’s hard to say. For me, I want to be a listener because I’m a bit shy and I’m still young and need to learn more until I can be a speaker.

Do people like to be a speaker or listener? Why?

Absolutely. When a lecture is interesting, it will catch people’s attention easily. The audience will be willing to listen to the lecture instead of thinking its boring and can’t concentrate on the lecture.

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