BEST IELTS Speaking Test, 5th April

BEST IELTS Speaking Test, 5th April

IELTS Speaking Test

What is your name?

My name Fatima Seena.

How may I address you?

You may address me as Fatima.

May I see your ID?

Sure, here you go.

BEST IELTS Speaking Test, 5th April

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How often do you look at yourself in the mirror?

I look at myself in the mirror everyday when I wake up; it’s sort of my morning ritual. I work in a professional environment, so I always do my best to look presentable. That’s why I have to look in the mirror to make sure my hair is tidy, my face is groomed and my clothes are not wrinkled.

Do you often buy mirrors?

Not really. I mean I only buy one when mine gets broken. But other than that, I don’t really buy mirrors. Girls might, though. I think most females have a habit of replacing mirrors quite often.

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Do you think mirrors are a necessary decoration?

I think it is a very useful decorative item. With a beautiful frame, it can nicely complement a living room or a bed room. In addition, in a small house, mirrors can actually make the space look bigger. Actually, a lot of restaurants use mirrors to give the guests the illusion that the space is bigger than it actually is.

What will you bring when you go out?

Well, you know, there are certainly some items that I’d consider essentials whenever I go out. For example, a pair of headphones to listen to music when I’m on the move. It really makes my daily commute less boring.

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Did you ever forget to bring something?

Well, I am going to admit that I’m quite a forgetful person. There have certainly been times when I’ve left the house without my keys, my phone or even worse, my wallet. It’s really a nuisance finding out that you have no cash on hand when you want to pay for, like, a coffee or something.

Will you bring different things in the daytime or at night?

I guess I do bring different items at different times of day. Like, for example, in the morning when it’s really sunny, a pair of shades might come in handy so I always bring that. By contrast, at night when it can get a bit cold, it’s quite useful to have a light jacket to brace yourself against the chill.

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We all have various possessions that are important to us for various reasons ranging from their value to the sentiments attached with them. I also have many valuable items, but the most prized one of them is my cell phone. It holds a special place in my heart as it was the last gift to me from my grandfather before his demise.

I was very close to him and the phone reminds me of him and holds many pictures of us that are reminiscent of all the memories we both shared. I received it last year in December when it was newly launched. I was awaiting its launch and often spoke about it with my grandfather. He understood my desire and on the day after the phone was launched, he purchased it and gave it to me as a surprise gift.

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It is a top of the line, flagship smartphone with various features. Not only does it help me keep in touch with other people through phone calls and text messages, but it also lets me use high-speed internet. I can check emails, play games, listen to music, watch videos, and browse social media apps. Besides, it facilitates the usage of important apps, reading e-books, and transferring data.

This smartphone is versatile and has a lot of specialties. Hence, it is not only important to me due to its usage or its value, but also due to my emotions attached to it and my grandfather.

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What kind of possessions do people value in your country?

That’s an interesting question. I suppose people tend to see modern devices as valuable. I guess this is due to the influence of modern media.  These days, advertisements for the newest device can be seen everywhere which causes people to feel like they need them. This is exemplified by iPhones. Even though they cost an arm and a leg, there’s always queues to buy them when a new model comes out. They fly off the shelves! 

Has it always been the same or did people value different things in the past? 

I’ve never thought about that before but if I had to guess, I’d say it hasn’t changed much.  I say this because it seems to me that people have always wanted the latest thing. I mean, obviously people didn’t value iphones twenty or 30 years ago as they weren’t available but , for example, I remember my dad buying a tv when I was just a child. He was very excited about it. Similar to iphones now; back then, I’m sure TV’s were the latest technological items.

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Why do you think people need to show their status in society?

Honestly, in my experience, it’s usually due to insecurity.  What I mean is, people lack confidence and as a result, need fancy products to make themselves feel and appear successful. For instance, even though Warren Buffet is one of the richest men in the world, he drives a normal car. In contrast, many people who aren’t very wealthy buy expensive cars in order to appear rich. 


BEST IELTS Speaking Test, 5th April

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