BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 3rd September
IELTS SPEAKING FULL INTERVIEW
IELTS SPEAKING FULL INTERVIEW
PART – 1 INTRO PART
What is your full name?
My full name is Anika Bansal.
How may I address you?
You could call me by my first name Anika.
May I see your ID?
Here it is.
Where do you come from?
I come from………………………(Personal Answer).
Tell me about the place you are living in.
Well, currently I live in an apartment in stadium road Moga. It’s quite a bustling area with a lot of shops, offices and quite a big park just around the corner from my house. You can also find people from all walks of life around the area.
Do you know a lot of people there?
No, not really. I know just a couple of people who live in my building, but otherwise I don’t really know anyone.
Do you like your neighbors?
Sure. I mean we don’t meet each other very often or anything but they all seem to be nice as well as amiable Water.
How often do you drink water?
I drink a lot of water every day. Probably I drink between 2-3 liters a day, depending on how hot it is, or how much exercise I have.
Do you often drink bottled water or tap water?
Well, unfortunately tap water is full of chemicals that are harmful to your health, so I never drink it. I only drink filtered water that comes in big plastic containers.
PART – 2 CUE CARD
Describe a situation that you got a little angry
Where is happened
When it happened
Who you were and why you felt angry
I’m a kind of guy who is short-tempered unless some rough incidents provoke me, I maintain my composure. Though I understand perilous (= poisonous detrimental, dangerous) outcomes of losing temper, I sometimes can’t help myself on certain occasions. I remember the confrontational (= hostile, argumentative) incident that took place nearby my workplace.
It was around a week or so while I was heading home. I was walking down the stairs toward the parking lot and I saw a man spitting against the wall. He was chewing the betel quid (=pan masala [Indian tobacco chewing]), and right in front of my eyes, he spoiled the nicely maintained wall.
My colleague was with me, and both of us got shocked to see the audacity (= impudence, disrespectful behaviour) of that man. He dared to spit in our presence and he knew that we were noticing this deplorable (= completely unacceptable) act of him.
I hate when anybody spits especially the unsightly (= ugly, unpleasant to look at) red saliva, and stains the wall crimson (= a rich deep red). Such people are a great burden and the enemy of the aesthetic beauty of the city. Most of the Indian buildings are dirty because of splitting and the building maintenance officers face an uphill battle (= arduous, difficult) in keeping them neat and clean. On seeing this, I lost my temper and sounded him off and made a complaint to the state manager who made him clean the wall later.
PART – 3 FOLLOW UPS
Have do you control your anger?
Certainly, it’s a difficult task to control the anger but I always keep trying. Sometimes I win and the other time I lose too. The very first thing I do is to remain absolutely calm because in the heat of the moment (= while temporarily angry, excited, or engrossed, and without stopping for thought), we sometimes spit venom (= tense, nervous), I try to make a time out and focus on other things.
Why would some people get angry easily?
People are born with unique qualities and certain unspeakable characteristics too. Some are naturally bad-tempered and there’s no remedy to fix unless and until the person in question peeps into himself. Others grow in a disturbing environment; they really are unlucky ones. Their troubled childhood leaves settle, bring together again with them. This leads them to get angry easily when they grow up.
How does people’s mood get affected?
People’s mood gets affected due to many reasons. It fluctuates depending upon the personal way rationalizing this situation. It switches from time to time and situation to situation. For example, it really gets on my nerves (= get upset) when I see people are insensitive to animals or they’re indiscipline towards etiquette’s. Mood swings are common in our society and we must not be judgmental when somebody speaks something; we should try to take things easily. There could be many reasons attributed to the person’s mood. For example, people’s mood gets affected by illness, weather, disputes, personal vendetta (= feud, quarrel), and noisy surroundings to name a few.
Is it important to be clam?
It’s said that if you remain calm and composed, the half battle is won in our life. It’s really important because once the words are spoken, they can’t be retracted (= draw or be drawn back or back in). it spoils the relationship and, in some cases, people pay the heavy price. Moreover, the anger gives birth to animosity (= strong hostility) and it takes years to repair that damage.
What are the ways for people to control their anger?
Take a time out and relax for a while If you experience overwhelming rage (= too much of anger). Some people engage in physical activities such as Yoga or jogging every morning because not only it keeps them fit but also gifts them the peace of mind and positivity. In the moment of rage, the person must understand his anger. Some people also keep a journal for writing down the cause of anger for further analysis. There are too many ways to deal with it.
What would you do id you have happened to make others angry?
I live with a simple code. I would apologize to the person if I’m wrong once I’ve realized and analysed the situation or the cause of anger. The opposite is also true. I don’t care about others if I’m right. I wouldn’t mind fighting anyone for the right cause because a norm is also a kind of an act of endorsing the acceptance of brutality.