BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 25th September

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 25th September


IELTS Speaking Interview



What is your name?

My name is Rekha Shakira.

How may I address you?

You may address me as Rekha.

May I see your identification?

Sure, here it is.

Are you a social person?

Very much so! I feel that I thrive on (survive) social interactions. I like a small amount of time to myself each day, but I feel most charged when I spend time with others. I prefer to spend my free time with friends or family rather than being in my room reading a book, for instance.

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Do you use social networking sites?

Yes, social networking websites have become part of my everyday life. My favourite one is Facebook, one of the most popular websites in the world, with millions of users in different countries.

What kind of people do you like to be friends with on those websites?

All kinds! I am friends with a wide range of people from my school years, family members, and friends I’ve recently met. I’m even friends with people who I’ve never even met before.

Do you like to use Facebook?

Yes, I love it! This social networking website allows me to keep in contact with my friends and find people you’ve lost touch with.

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How did you first find out about Facebook?

As far as I remember, one of my friends sent me an email inviting me to join Facebook. I signed up and I’ve been using it ever since.

Will you use these sites more in the future?

Well, I’m trying to refrain myself from these sites, as I find myself quite addicted to entertaining contents on Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, etc. and squandering too much time on them. So I’d say I’m about to make a change and make less use of such online networking platforms.

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Describe the best gift you have ever received.

– What was the gift?

– Who gave it to you?

– When did you receive it?

– And explain why it is the best gift you have ever received.


Over the years I have received many gifts on different occasions from many people. These consist of a variety of enticing presents that have touched my heart. Ranging from simple stationary and decoration trinkets to books and gadgets. It is a quite common phenomenon and I feel immensely happy to receive such thoughtful gifts.

As per my thought, the best present that I have ever got was a mobile phone. During my first year of college, I came to know about this smartphone that was just launched on the market. The phone had a lot of modern and rare features such as two cameras, increased memory, more speakers, and a large touchscreen amongst others. Made of tough materials the phone was durable and value for money. It was comparatively cheaper than the luxury smartphones available back then along with some class leading features.

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On my birthday that year, my uncle visited me in college and spent some time with me. While leaving, he gave me a gift box and I instantly opened it. I was surprised to see the same phone lying in the box. I was delighted upon receiving this phone as a gift as my current phone was broken and I desperately needed a new one. It was the most thoughtful gift in my view as my uncle had put a lot of thought and effort into it. I was very happy and I hugged my uncle while thanking him profusely.


What kind of gifts do you like to give?

I like to give things which are practical and usable. Gifts like clothes, shoes, watches, jewellery and so on are things which the receiver can use in future. I also prefer to give gifts, which the person likes and wants as they will be more happy and content with the gift. Giving a thing which has no value or use only makes the receiver upset, which I don’t like.

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Do you think gift-giving customs are different now than they were in the past? How?

I don’t think that there is a major change in the customs of giving gifts. However, there is a shift in the description of gifts. People still give gifts like they did in the past, but now many people outsource a person to prepare the gift they want to give. In the past, people prepared everything for their friends or family.

Do you think they will change in the future? How?

In my opinion, I don’t think that it will change. Gift-giving custom is something which is instilled in us by our parents since our childhood. And we will naturally pass it down to our future generation too. Because of this, I think that it will not change.

IELTS Speaking Interview


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BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 25th September

IELTS Speaking Interview

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