BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 21st September

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 21st September


IELTS Speaking Interview



What is your full name?

My name full name is Veerga David.

How may I address you?

You may address me as Veerga.

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May I see your ID?

Of course, here you go.

How important is the internet to you?

Extremely important. I depend on it for work, research, study, and entertainment, so without it I’d be completely lost.

How often do you use the internet?

I use it constantly throughout the day, every day. I check my emails when I get up in the morning, I use it for work all day, and then I watch videos, read books or listen to music through it at night.

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Do you use it more for work or in your free time?

I’d say both really. About 50% of my job involves researching and writing on the internet so I would use it for about 4 hours a day. When I get home, I’m normally too tired to go to the gym or play sports, so it is really easy to download a movie or stream some music, and I normally do that until I fall asleep.

What are your favourite websites?

For work, my two favourite sites are WordPress and Google. WordPress is a blogging tool that allows you to publish blogs easily and maintain a professional-looking website. Google, of course, allows me to find the information I need quickly and accurately. In my spare time, I use Facebook like everyone else in the world, but my favourite site is The Guardian because it allows me to keep up to date with everything that’s happening.

Do you use apps?

I’m a bit of an app addict. My favourite app at the moment is one called Stitcher. It allows you to listen to podcasts and helps you discover new podcasts. You can download them and then listen to them whenever you have time.

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Do you think you use the internet too much?

I think most people do these days. My problem is that there are so many sites and apps that you end up checking them way too often, which wastes lots of time. It can also be a bit anti-social if you check your phone when you are with other people.

How will the internet develop in the future?

I think it will be more on mobile phones than computers. Smartphones are becoming more powerful and more affordable all the time, so I think we will see a shift from people using the internet on desktop computers to mobiles and apps rather than traditional websites.

Are there any negative things about the internet?

Being connected all of the time is not a good thing. Before, you had to sit at your computer and log on, which took time, so you didn’t do it so much. Now all people have to do is look at their phones, which is too much for me. I’ve been trying to leave my phone at home when I socialise with friends and family to stop myself from focusing too much on the phone rather than them.

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Describe a common dress that females in your country wear.

You should say:

– What type of dress it is?

– What it looks like?

– Is it common in other countries?

and explain whether you like this dress or not.


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Sarees are pretty common attire for the women in India. As a matter of fact, India is a land of traditions and according to our ancestors, women generally wore cover up clothes like sarees and suits which is a symbol of Indian cultural values. There are 29 states in my country and each state has different types of sarees available and the material depends upon the climatic conditions of that state. A traditional saree is more than just a piece of clothing as it is said to accentuate women’s beauty and elegance.

Saree is a classic long piece of unstitched fabric draped by women. It is passed down through generations in our country. In fact, there are nearly 50 ways in which one can drape a saree and it looks graceful in each way. The Indian women consider saree to be one of the most practical dress and they hardly take five minutes to drape it.

Though saree is not a common dress in other countries, western women nowadays like to wear it occasionally as they believe it highlights the curves of the body and helps conceal the flaws as well. Many lightweight and printed sarees are gaining popularity in the international market these days and has become a subject of appreciation for worldwide designers.

I personally admire and choose to wear a saree on special occasions as they are available in different materials and designs. Adding a saree to one’s collection adds a sweet spot to a women’s wardrobe. Though I don’t own a saree of my own, I consider my mother’s saree collection to be a special treasure as they have a vintage touch to it which makes them all the more beautiful and exquisite.

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What is the difference between the dressing style of young people and that of old people?

Dressing style of young people is mostly western. Girls like long dresses, skirts, jeans, T shirts and also like the blend of Indian and western. Boys like jeans, T shirts, trousers, shirts. Elderly people wear traditional clothes. They feel more comfortable anthem.

Do the people living in north part of your country wear different clothes as compared to the people living in south?

Yes, there are differences in the clothing of north and south India. Suits are more popular in the north whereas saris are commonly worn by women in the south. Men wear a lungi in the south, which is not so common in the north.

What kinds of clothes do people wear after work?

People wear comfortable and casual clothes after work, because usually at work, people have to wear uniforms or formal clothes. Once people come back home, they like to relax and want to be more comfortable.

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BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 21st September

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