BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 27th November

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 27th November

IELTS Speaking Interview

What is your full name?

My full name is Harshita Sharma.

How may I address you?

You may address me as Harishta.

May I see your ID?

Sure, here it is.

Do you like traveling?

Not really, to be honest. I’m a creature of habit (someone who doesn’t like changes to routine), so I’m usually not keen to change my daily routine. When I do mix it up, it often makes me feel anxious and disoriented (not a clear mind). Furthermore, I have a fear or airplanes and get carsick, so traveling just isn’t for me.

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Do you often travel by air?

Not at all! I try to avoid it at all costs (very seriously). If I must travel, I will take some motion sickness (getting sick from any kind of transportation) medicine and go by car or train. I was once on an airplane on my honeymoon that came very near to crashing, so my phobia (strong fear) stems from (comes from. Stem is the part where the flower grows) this.

How long was the longest trip you took?

I once had to go on business to the Philippines. It was a 24 hour flight! It was a nightmare (we saw this when something is very terrible). On top of this, I was seated next to a child who was relentlessly (not stopping) crying during the entire journey.

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Which country would you like to travel to in the future?

I’m dying to (I really want to) go to Egypt. I’ve always dreamt of going there since I was a child, actually. I’m really fascinated by their ancient culture. I would be in awe of (amazed by) the Grand Pyramids I’m sure. Unfortunately, since I despise (hate) flying, I don’t think I’ll ever get there.

Would you like to travel to space?

Perhaps! I’m not sure how it feels to be in a rocket. I think it would be incredible to see a completely foreign galaxy (another world). I’m curious if other life forms (aliens) exist, so I would definitely go along on this journey to find out for myself. I also wonder if the moon is made out of cheese!

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What is your favorite festival?

Hmm, that’s a tough question because I’m definitely a holiday person (a person who likes holidays), but I would have to say New Year’s Eve. I’m always keen (want) for change and new beginnings, so I love setting new goals at the start of each New Year, not to mention I really enjoy the parties.  Second to this would be Valentine’s Day, since I’m a hopeless romantic (a very romantic person).

How do you celebrate the festival?

In my culture, it’s more very family-oriented holiday. We usually have a special family dinner at home followed by the countdown to midnight. However, in my culture we add something special to it. At the clock ticks down to midnight, we eat 12 grapes which signify a different wish for each month. After this, we go out to the city or town streets to drink with our friends and wish them a happy new year.

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What is the most popular festival in your country?

Definitely Christmas, since I’m from a Catholic country. Nearly every town and city goes out of the way to deck (decorate) the streets out with Christmas lights and decorations. However, unlike other countries, we celebrate the epiphany, or day of the three wise men,  on January 6 just as much at the 25th. This is the day in which we exchange gifts and watch parades.

Do you like western festivals?

Of course! They are part of my culture. I especially love Christmas, Easter, and New Years since they have always been part of my upbringing (childhood).  However, I also find eastern festivals interesting. I lived in Vietnam for 2 years, and I was in awe (amazed) of the Lunar New Year and Mid-Autumn festival.

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Where do people usually go during festivals?

Between homes and the streets. We hold meals in our homes for the holidays, as we value home-cooked meals. However, we are people who enjoy going out, so we often go out to celebrate at bars or even in the streets. For example, the Christmas Eve celebration entails going to a bar with friends until the wee hours (early hours) of the morning, followed by a family lunch the next day.

With whom do you like to celebrate festivals?

I love celebrating festivals with all my loved ones. I’d usually hang out with my friends during the day, and night is family time, with my significant other joining us.

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Decisions are an integral part of everyone’s life. Sometimes we rely on others for making a decision. Today, I’m going to talk about one such time.

I’m a final year student of Bachelor of Technology at Delhi University. Thanks to its outstanding teaching methods, my university has an excellent reputation among employers. Every year many renowned companies conduct campus interviews in the University for recruiting fresh graduates. Right from their freshman year, students look forward to these interviews and being placed in their dream jobs.

In last month’s campus interviews, I did really well. I was hoping to be selected by at least one company. To my surprise, I received two offer letters, one from Wipro, an Indian IT Company and the other from Siemens, a German Company. I was puzzled. I didn’t know what to do. So, I decided to discuss the matter with my dad. He has more than 20 years’ experience in the real employment world of information technology.

We had a long healthy discussion. He explained the pros and cons of working in Indian and foreign organizations. In the end, he suggested me to join Siemens. In a way, he took this decision for me, but I wouldn’t say that he forced me to accept his judgement. It was my firm faith in his ability and vision which inspired me to follow his words.

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What decision do people make every day?       

People have many to decide every day, what to wear, what to eat, what to do next like this, even small things are there to decide. Based on their work some have to make a big decision with their work or with something else.

Why do people make decisions?   

It helps them to avoid confusion, we can save our precious time. For example, if a working woman does not decide about the next day’s food menu then she has the confusion about what to do for breakfast, lunch. It is a waste of time, so if she decides on it before it helps her for the next morning to do her work quickly.

Can children make decisions on their own?   

Yes, we should allow our children to make their own decisions for small things. It helps them to make a good decision to correct them. If they make any wrong with their decision we can advise them and teach them whether it is right or wrong. 

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When do people change their decision?        

If anyone interferes in their decision then people are changing their decision according to their words, do not let others interfere in your decision. Make your own decision only you know what to do and do not.

What kind of results did the decision bring in people’s lives?

Good decisions bring good results as I said above, some will get happiness from this decision and someone’s decision will bring changes in their entire life. It all depends on what we are going to decide and at the right time we should decide.

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