BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 25th July

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 25th July

IELTS SPEAKING FULL INTERVIEW

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 25th July
BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 25th July

IELTS SPEAKING FULL INTERVIEW

PART – 1 INTRO PART

What is your full name?

My name is Natasha Gambtoo.

May I see your proof of identification?

Yes, sure. Here you are!

Where do you come from?

I have lived my entire life in Mumbai until now.

What is your hometown famous for?

Mumbai is famous for a few reasons. It’s one of the biggest metropolitan cities in India and there are lots of international companies there. It’s very popular tourist place in India. It’s also considered the commercial capital of India.

What is the meaning of your name?

Well, it is Russian name and its meaning is “Natal Day” or “Birthday”.

What is your first name?

My first name is Natasha.

What is your last name?

My last name is Gambtoo.

How old you are?

I am 22 years old.

Describe yourself physically.

My height is 5 feet 6 inches. I have brown hair and my complexion is very fair. Luckily, my body type is mesomorph (= a person whose natural body shape is neither thin nor fat, with quite a lot of muscles) by birth.

Why are you taking the IELTS exam?

I’m taking the IELTS exam because I want to study Masters in Physiotherapy at a well known university in Canada. I have chosen a few universities and they require at least 7.5 overall band score.

Why are you going abroad?

I’m going abroad because I want to do my degree in Canada. My father wanted me to study in India, but my heart was always set on studying in North America.

Will you come back to your country?

Yes, I will definitely come back to my motherland because I want to practice as a physiotherapist here in India.

PART – 2 CUE CARD

Describe your favourite car

You should say:

– Name of the car

– What you like about that car

– How it is useful for you

SAMPLE ANSWER:-

Well… Driving is enjoyed by everyone but to drive the vehicle of own taste is different in everybody Nowadays, keeping a car is not considered as luxurious as it was in traditional times. Earlier, it was a status symbol but these days it has become the necessity of life. My favourite car is “Skoda Octavia” The Octavia is well equipped with great technology and unbeatable performance.

It is available with various features like a 528-litre double bed boot, anti-lock breaking system (ABS), rear spoiler, alloy wheels, double galvanized body, tilt and rack adjustable steering, and so on. The Skoda Octavia series are offered in petrol and diesel versions with a choice of two transmissions, a 5-speed manual and a 4-speed automatic. The estimated fuel efficiency is 8 km/1 in the city and 12 km/litre on the highway. The starting price of Skoda Octavia is Rs. 11.36 lakh.

Keeping a car serves me many purposes. Firstly, if you have this vehicle, you have also more freedom because you don’t depend on public transport and its timetable. Secondly, you can travel and go wherever you want and the cost of this trip will not be so expensive as travelling by plane or any other means of transport. Thirdly, for a family of medium class, the cost of having a car is better than the cost of paying different transports for every trip. Finally, if you have an emergency, you can drive your car to solve your problems.

PART – 3 FOLLOW UP QUESTIONS

How should petrol in the cars be consumed?

As we all know, the recession period is going on. During this period, it is our moral duty to conserve the important fuels like petrol. We should consume this natural resource by stopping the car near traffic lights and jams. One should clean carburettor frequently and keep in trim order. Moreover, one should move nearly places by walking instead of using cars.

What are the basic reasons for traffic jams?

Traffic jams at one place or the other are often seen. The basic reason for traffic jams are poor traffic sense among the masses, electricity problem because of which traffic lights stop functioning and sometimes, when some political leaders or celebrities visit your city. Most of the areas and market are sealed, due to which the traffic is jammed in the outer skirts of the city.

Do you think a license is necessary to drive a car?

Yes, of course a licence is necessary to drive a car because it gives the authentification of the driver. He/She knows how to drive a car. Otherwise, anybody can drive his/her car in a ruthless manner. Keeping a licence is the basic rule of conduct for driving any vehicle.

Is keeping a car a luxury or necessity?

Traditionally, keeping a car was considered as a luxury item because at that time people were living with very small amounts of money. Moreover, only few could afford it. But in the contemporary times it has become the basic necessity of life. It is indispensable for our houses in the present times. Nowadays, people love to keep branded cars like Octavia, Honda city, Limousine, Mercedes, etc., just to raise their status in the society.

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