BEST IELTS Speaking Test, 27th February

BEST IELTS Speaking Test, 27th February

IELTS Speaking Test
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What is your full name?

My full name is Radhika Yuvedi.

How may I address you?

You may address me as Radhika.

May I see your ID?

Sure, here it is.

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Are clothes important to you?

Well, definitely clothes are essential for me. However, I believe dresses are a way of presenting myself. Still, I do not follow any trend or fashion. I wear not only those clothes that suit my personality but comfortable also.

What kind of clothes do you usually wear?

I usually wear formal clothes because it gives me a professional look.

Do you ever wear the traditional clothes of your country?

Well, I belong to Punjab. So, I mostly preferred to wear Punjabi suits on special occasions. But I always change my dress according to festival and region.

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Where do you usually buy your clothes?

I am a very shopaholic person, firstly I check cloth quality and price then, I purchase clothes, and I always prefer to do shopping from different shops.

Have you ever worn a uniform?

To be honest, I wouldn’t say I like to wear the same cloth every day like a uniform, but I wore it during my school and college time.

Do most people in your country follow fashion?

Yes, mostly youngster follows all trends to keep themselves up to date and they spend a big chunk of money to buy new clothes.

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Do you think the clothes we wear say something about who we are?

Yes, some people are careful about what they wear because they want to show their stylish look and their wealth.

What kind of clothes do you dislike? [Why?]

I’m not too fond of synthetic and shiny garments because I do not feel comfortable in them.

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Okay, so the main thing I need to replace soon is where I live. It’s not that I don’t like sharing with my friends, but because of my work I’m expecting to be posted to another city within the next 6 months or so. It will mean having to find somewhere new to live. And because the new position is effectively a promotion with a better salary I’ve decided to replace my rented apartment with a new apartment which I’m going to buy.

It’s something I’ve been thinking about for a while now. And now seems like a good time to do it, as I’ll have to move anyway for work. It’ll be nice to have a place of my own, a real home. A bit more space and somewhere which is more permanent because I can imagine living there for many years if things go well. I know the city quite well and already have a good idea of the area in which I would like to find an apartment. So, I’ve already started an initial search for the right place. Even though it may be some months before I actually move I’d like to get everything organized as soon as possible.

As for the decision, well, I’ve been renting apartments for a few years now, ever since I graduated from university and started working. It’s okay, but it’s so much better having your own place. You can do what you want with it, you know, change it, improve it, and make it a real home. So, the decision was a logical one, as now my work has become more stable and my income will allow me to finally buy a nice place to live, which will actually be cheaper than renting, so I’ll actually save money in the long run.

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In your opinion, it is a good idea to replace things frequently? What are some of the advantages?

Yes, it’s generally a good thing. It makes you feel good, even if only for a short time. There are also times when you need to replace things, for example, when they are worn out or broken, so you maybe don’t have much choice in the matter.

For example, last month I had to replace my mobile phone because it was damaged, and it was beginning to bother me. Sometimes, it would just switch off without any warning. I didn’t mind having to replace it because I had had it for almost three years, so it was about time to replace it anyway to take advantage of all the new features that current phones have.

Is the younger generation more likely to replace things regularly? Why is that?

I think that’s probably true. Especially when it comes to technology, which gets updated so regularly. In the past things didn’t change so much, or so quickly, but nowadays, every couple of months there’s something new, and each year there are newer and better versions of all your gadgets available.

It’s only natural that young people always want the latest things and so are willing to replace them frequently. Younger people tend to see the advantages of newer versions of products more than older people. Young people are generally bigger consumers than the previous generation – it’s how they’ve been brought up – to consume constantly.

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