BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 28th October

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 28th October

IELTS SPEAKING INTERVIEW

IELTS Speaking Interview

IELTS SPEAKING INTERVIEW

PART – 1 INTRO

What is your full name?

My full name is Qabir Singh.

How may I address you?

You may address me as Qabir.

May I see your ID?

Sure, here it is.

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Do you play any sports?

Not as much as I should. I’m really busy with my job these days, so I don’t get the chance to do as many sports as I would like. I try to play basketball on Saturdays for a couple or hours and I occasionally play golf.

Have you played basketball for long?

Since I was about 10 years old. I remember playing a computer game about basketball when I was about 10 and it made me obsessed with the sport. From then on I played basketball every day until I went to university and then other things took priority, but I regret not maintaining it because it was something I loved doing.

Do you watch sport on TV?

Football is my favourite sport to watch on TV. I’m terrible at football but I love watching it on TV, especially big games like the Champions League. I follow Liverpool Football Club and so do a few of my friends, so we normally go the pub every weekend and watch whoever Liverpool are playing and a few of the other big games in the Premiership.

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What is the most popular sport in your country?

In my country, there are two dominant sports Gaelic Football and Hurling. Gaelic is a little like soccer but you are allowed to pick up the ball with your hands and you can kick the ball over the bar for one point or in the goal for 3 points. Hurling is played with sticks and a smaller ball and involves hitting the ball over the bar or in the goal. Both of them are really fast-paced and a bit brutal at times. You can tackle someone much harder than you can in soccer.

How do people in your country stay fit?

We are blessed with beautiful countryside and a nice temperate climate so most people either go running or walking. Lots of young people play field sports, but more and more people are joining gyms. Gyms have really taken off recently as people worry more and more about their appearance. I think it has much more to do with how good people look rather than actually keeping fit.

Is it important for children to play sports?

Definitely. Sport not only keeps them healthy, but it also teaches them discipline and keeps them out of trouble. For instance, in my school, the kids who were dedicated to sport also achieved the highest grades in school and went on to good universities where they continued to work hard.

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PART – 2 CUE CARD

Describe a foreign country you would like to visit.

You must say :

– which country is it?

– when would you like to visit?

– what is the reason for visiting the country?

– also, explain, how is it different from your homeland?

SAMPLE ANSWER

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Visiting a foreign land has always been on my checklist and it was recently when I had the resources to visit a foreign country. Through extensive searching, all thanks to Google, I have decided to visit Ireland in the near future. Ireland is an island in North Atlantic and is near to the United Kingdom. It is believed to be one of the safest countries to visit. Even more, over the years, I have heard so much about the Irish people that visiting the country and meeting its people is definitely something to look forward to.

What excites me the most is that Ireland has the smallest of the Aran Islands, Inisheer, which is, home to a population of just 250. It also has a state named Dublin which has as the Guinness Storehouse and Book of Kells. When I chose Ireland as my first place for international travel, I was fascinated by the people and the culture of the country. It was the first country to have found the potato and being a potato lover added up.

Ireland and India, are different in terms of culture, the people but we do share the same historic bond. Rebellions in Ireland in the past have motivated people in my country to fight for freedom as well. I hope I am able to plan better and enjoy a harmonious stay in Ireland.

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PART – 3 FOLLOW UPS

Why do Indian people like to travel abroad?

Indian people like to travel abroad because they like to explore the foreign shores. They are fascinated by the popular tourist destinations abroad and they want to see everything themselves.

What can people benefit from international travel?

People can earn a lot of benefits from international travel. They learn about new cultures, food, popular tourist destinations and their history.

What effects will tourism have on our environment?

Tourism can take a heavy toll on the environment if there is uncontrolled cutting of trees and excessive use of fossil fuels. This can lead to a environmental degeneration. 

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Why do people like to travel abroad?

People like to travel abroad because they like to take a break from the monotonous routines. They think that travelling to foreign shores can help to broaden the horizons of their knowledge. They learn about new cultures, languages, food and lifestyle when they travel abroad. 

What’s the difference between travelling abroad and studying abroad?

Travelling abroad is mainly for the leisure. People travel to enjoy their vacations but studying abroad is for learning more about your field of education. 

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