BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 13th October

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 13th October

IELTS SPEAKING INTERVIEW

IELTS Speaking Interview

IELTS SPEAKING INTERVIEW

PART – 1 INTRO

What is your full name?

My full name is desahni Jagra.

How may I address you?

You may address me as Deshani.

May I see your ID?

Sure, here it is.

Who is your favourite celebrity in India?

To be honest, I have a great deal of acclaim for the entire celebrity community, but Akshay Kumar from Bollywood is my absolute favourite.

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Do you like any foreign people?

Yes, I am a fan of a wide heterogeneity of foreign celebrities, including actors, actresses, and businessmen from other countries.

Would you want to be famous in the future?

To tell you the truth, I don’t give it much thought, and I’ve found that being eminent isn’t something I enjoy for a variety of reasons.

Do you think we should respect famous people’s privacy?

Of course, they do; like everyone else, they share this planet and deserve the right to personal space. It’s important that we don’t intrude on their personal lives.

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How do celebrities influence their fans in India?

The impact of celebrities is felt not only by their ardent fanbases but also by the wider public. When a famous person condones a product, more and more people buy it and integrate it into their daily lives.

Who is the most well-known sports figure in your nation?

One of the most revered athletes in the world is Virat Kohli, the former captain of the Indian cricket team and a batting savant.

Who, among the famous people in your country, do you admire the most?

Among the most admired individuals in the country is Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan. Because of his talents and humble demeanour, he is considered by many to be one of the best actors Bollywood has ever produced.

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Are well-known people obligated to aid the poor?

Aiding those in need is a noble act, but it is not obligatory. It has been argued that those in prominent positions have a responsibility to assist those who are in need.

Is the rise of digital media making it simpler for content creators to gain recognition?

The internet has and will continue to rattle up the media industry, particularly in terms of how and where content is disseminated and ingested. Data consumption has increased around the world thanks to improved networks, coverage, and advanced technologies, which is an exciting benefit for anyone trying to get their work recognized.

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PART – 2 CUE CARD

Talk about a time you set a goal 

You should say 

– What was the goal? 

– Did you achieve the goal? 

– What did you learn along the way? 

And Explain why you set that goal. 

SAMPLE ANSWER

During Quarantine the world seems to have come to a standstill. Time, weekdays, and routines have become an abstract alien concept to the majority of us. To keep myself preoccupied and to prevent myself from wasting this precious time, I set myself some goals.

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My Goals were as follows: getting up early, every single day consistently; continue a modified version of my workout even at home; and to learn a new skill. 

The first two goals were easy enough to implement once I got used to the ideas. I made sure to keep my favourite song as an alarm tone. Rather than keeping my phone next to me while I sleep, now I kept it in the kitchen which is all the way across the apartment. Once in the kitchen, I have a glass of water to freshen up and get about the rest of my day.  

I soon noticed that getting up became easier every day, my moods got a whole lot better, and I just felt generally more productive. I managed to do variations of indoor yoga six days a week, for I gave myself a pass on Sundays. That’s another thing I did, I made sure not to lose track of the weekdays, and I treated every day like a work vacation; a day to get the most out of.  

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Now as for my last goal, it was to learn a new skill to keep me focused. The skill I chose to learn was animation. It was slow, time-consuming work; reading from the manuals and online free tutorials I could get my hands on. But lo and behold, two weeks later I had finished my very first simple animation of a 90-frame loop of a walking bird. I am very proud of my creation.   

So far, the quarantine is still not over but I am proud to announce that I have indeed achieved the goals I have set out for myself – I even look forward to achieving them tomorrow, and every day that is to come in the future. The main thing I learned along this journey is realizing as an adult how much your choices reflect in your lifestyle. How good improvement actually feels, and how easy it is to take that first step into the unknown.  

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PART – 3 FOLLOW UPS

Should parents set targets for children?

Parents are the ones who truly guide their children on what to and what not to opt for a better future. They are the first to inspire, the first to support, and the first to assist them in gaining the necessary confidence. I’m not sure if setting goals for children is appropriate, but I believe parents should encourage children to set their own goals. Parents and children should talk about their goals so that the parent knows what activities to expose the child to so that they can learn more about their goals/interests.

When do young toddlers begin to set their own goals?

In the era of science and technology, due to cut-throat competition parents help to assist their children on setting goals from a very young age. When they achieve their objectives, they will gain a sense of accomplishment. It inspires them to do better.

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Furthermore, this will vary from child to child, but I strongly advise allowing your children to guide as much of their lives as they can safely and responsibly. We allow our children to set goals as young as three years old. Children thrive when they can set and achieve goals that they care about.

What kinds of goals are not realistic?

In my perception, Unrealistic goals have no chance of success. But being unrealistic does not imply that what you believe is incorrect; rather, it indicates that you do not know what you want. It is an attainable goal if you know what you are doing. As an example, suppose you have an unrealistic goal of visiting Mars. Why is it implausible? Because you don’t know how you’re going to do it, you don’t have any knowledge, resources, or a plan.

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