BEST IELTS Speaking Test, 15th March

BEST IELTS Speaking Test, 15th March

IELTS Speaking Test

What is your full name?

My name is Erika Kaberi

How may I address you?

You may address me as Erika.

May I see your ID?

Sure, here you go.

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What kind of hobbies did you have when you were younger?

Well, like a lot of young people I used to collect things. I remember being very proud of my stamp collection – and I was obsessed with watching football for a while.

Which hobbies are popular with young people in your country?

To be honest. I don’t think we really differ from young people anywhere. We like playing computer games – if you can call that a hobby. Lots of people do sport, but nothing in particular. Let’s talk about your leisure time.

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How do you usually spend your weekends?

My weekends always start on Friday night, when I go out with my friends to dance. That usually means I get up late on Saturday. I’ll often go shopping in the afternoon, and Sundays are usually spent relaxing and getting ready for college the next day.

What’s your favourite day of the week?

Friday, definitely. I have quite an easy day at college, so I’m often home by early afternoon, as I said before. I always let my hair down on a Friday night and it’s something I look forward to all week.

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What do you like to do to relax?

I like to read novels. I find I can get lost in a good story and forget about all the work I’ve got to do for college. And I always enjoy having my friends round to watch a film.

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Well, there are several moments I can think of. But I’d like to talk about something that happened recently as it’s still fresh in my mind. This was about six months ago. It was a Saturday afternoon and I remember that it was raining heavily. That was important because it meant Dad didn’t go to his football match. Instead, he came into the living room and announced that we should all get our coats on and go to the dog rescue centre to see if there was a dog we liked the look of.

I couldn’t believe my ears! My sister and I had been trying to persuade Mum and Dad to let us have a pet, and especially a dog, for months. I’d almost given up. It turned out they’d been secretly discussing this and had decided to give it a try. Anyway, you can imagine how exciting it was driving to the centre to pick our new pet. When we arrived, I couldn’t believe how many dogs there were to choose from different sizes and breeds.

What made it so special was that my sister and I both fell in love with one dog in particular. She was very small and was so pleased to see us. Her tail was wagging like mad, and we both fell for her instantly. To cut a long story short, we decided to get Bonnie -that’s her name. We had to wait two weeks before we could bring her home, but now she’s part of the family.

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In what ways can sport create thrilling moments for us?

Well, in football, for example, you never know how it’s going to end until the whistle goes, so when your team scores near the end of the match and wins the game, it’s probably one of the most thrilling moments I can think of, especially if it’s an important game. And the fact that you’re sharing the moment with others makes it special. Some people are thrill seekers.

What is it that makes them crave excitement?

I’m not a thrill seeker myself, so it’s difficult to say. If you mean the kind of people that do extreme sports like bungee jumping or parachuting, I suppose it’s about the adrenaline rush you get doing things like that. Perhaps if you’ve done something like that once, you become addicted to the feeling.

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How would you advise someone to get more excitement into their life?

Hmm. That’s a tricky question. As I said earlier, perhaps it’s about doing different things. We all have our daily routines, and perhaps at the end of the day some people just like to relax and take it easy. Personalty, I’d advise them to spend a Saturday at a football match. I’m sure that would work.

Do we get less excited about things as we get older?

Perhaps, yes. When you’re young, everything is new or feels fresh – like birthdays, for example. Certainly, the older I get, the less excited I am about my birthday. Again, I think it’s about doing something new and different. That can create excitement at any age.

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