BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 11th October

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 11th October

IELTS SPEAKING INTERVIEW

IELTS Speaking Interview

IELTS SPEAKING INTERVIEW

PART – 1 INTRO

What is your full name?

My full name is Eina Rani.

How may I address you?

You may address me as Eina.

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May I see your ID?

Sure, here it is.

Do you often go to library?

No. I just go to library if I have to, maybe once a week. That’s because there are always some people doing things that are really annoying like, making a big noise of page turning or talking in whispers all the time. And it’s very hard to grab a seat in the library because most seats are saved by the people who never show up.

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What do you usually do in the library?

For the most part, I check out the books I need and flick through the papers in the reading area. By the way, I probably spend the whole afternoon in the library cramming for the exam. It’s very helpful to be absorbed in the work itself with my earphones on.

Did you go to library when you were a kid?

Actually, that’s a complete blur to me. I guess I did coz parents always hope their kid can do well in school and succeed in life. My parents are no exception, you know, to take me to the library checking out some books, and tell me bedtime stories.

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Do Chinese kids often go to library?

I guess the answer is no because most kids are crazy about amusement parks, but it’s hard to say. If parents have the habit of reading every day, their kids are more likely to be unconsciously influenced, and become the library goers because they love books so much.

Do you usually help people around you?

Yes, I do. I think I’m being a very helpful person and I’m always there to help when someone around me needs it. In my country, people tend to view helping others as a virtue.

How do you help people around you, such as neighbours, family and friends?

There are ways to actually help people who need help around me. Like if I see our neighbors struggling with a package, just offer to help them, or help to take care of pets when they are not at home. When my family or friends need to talk, I’m always happy to listen and comfort them.

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Do your parents teach you how to help others?

When I was young, my parents always taught me being kind and helpful leading by example, such as watching neighbors’ homes while away, or even just providing a listening ear when needed. Because of them, I learned how to help others and appreciate the value of sharing as well.

Did your parents help you a lot when you were young?

Yes, they did help me a lot, like helping me fix my bike, helping me with my math, cleaning up my mess etc., but my parents respect me enough to involve me in the decision.

They’ve been there every step of the way to steer my life and career.

What have you done to help the elderly?

I seldom come in contact with the elderly,but l have taught my grandparents a range of practical skills, including how to use technology such as smartphones, computers, and social media. Since they are retired, I also taught them how to use apps for online shopping and watching dramas.

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PART – 2 CUE CARD

Describe a natural talent (sports, music, etc) you want to improve

You should say:

– What it is

– When you discovered it

– How you want to improve it

And how you feel about it

SAMPLE ANSWER

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Speaking of natural talents, I guess I may have a little talent for writing novels. I actually didn’t discover it myself, but all my friends said I was adept at writing.

Several months ago, I had a meet-up at a coffee shop with a couple of my friends. One of them was Lisa, who loves writing so much. She told us that she was planning to take part in a novel-writing competition for sci-fi novels. She had come up with a good frame for the story. But to think up something more creative, she asked us for advice and hoped to get some inspiration for the details about the aliens. So we all expanded our imagining of aliens and had an unrestrained brainstorming sesp.

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I remember I said the aliens might have existed on Earth and lived among us. And they might have observed and intervened with human civilization for some purpose. I shared a lot of my thoughts. My friends all complimented me for my unique ideas. Lisa even said I was creative and had the potential to write fiction. You know, I was so flattered.

I do enjoy reading all kinds of novels. So what my friends said made me want to try it out. Since I’ve never written a novel, I definitely should have more writing practice. After all, the logic of writing matters a lot, which is what I think I’m lacking. Seriously, I’ll try my best to see if I can turn my talent into income one day.

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PART – 3 FOLLOW UPS

Do you think artists with talents should focus on their talents?

Yes, suppose that doing art is a wonderful activity and artists should definitely take advantage of their natural talents if they have a talent for art. Art can take many different forms including painting, drawing, sculpture, and music. A lot of children really love to do artwork, but not all of them continue with their art into adulthood. I think it would be better if people who have a natural talent for art are encouraged to explore that talent throughout their lives.

Is it possible for us to know whether children who are 3 or 4 years old will become musicians and painters when they grow up?

No, I don’t think it’s possible. I mean, it might be possible in some cases. For example, child
prodigies will probably be really successful later in life. And you can definitely show proficiency in some talents when you’re young. But you don’t know what kind of career path a child will choose to take, especially when malting that choice is still in the distant future. They might be an amazing painter and yet decide to become a doctor or a veterinarian. So it’s too hard to tell at that age.

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Why do people like to watch talent shows?

Well, a large part of it is because talent shows are really entertaining. You get to see fairly ordinary people doing cool things. Even if it’s something more regular like singing or playing an instrument, you get to see things that you might not be able to do. I think that makes it really interesting. I also think some people watch these shows sadistically, because they might like to watch the less talented contestants fail and get kicked out of the show.

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