BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 17th September

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 17th September


BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 17th September
BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 17th September



What is your full name?

My name is Moniba Bardwaj.

Can I see your ID, please?

Yes, of course, here’s my ID.

Where are you from?

I am from Ahmadabad.

Do you work or study?

I am working at the moment; I am doing my internship at a chartered accountant’s firm here in Ahmadabad.

Do you find you job interesting? Why?

Yes, I love it. Every day I feel as if I’m learning something new related to some topics that I’ve only considered from an academic standpoint previously. My colleagues are generous enough to explain to me the intricacies of numbers when I’m confused.

What activities do you like to do during weekends?

Ah, I love weekends; they are brief, magical period where anything and everything goes. The very first thing is I’m not forced to wake up early, so I have some extra sleep time. The very first thing I’m not forced to wake up early, so I have some extra sleep time. That is relaxing and refreshing. Nothing is really decided on weekends. It could be something from binge-watching entire TV season of ‘game of thrones’ or being like a bump on a dog! Sometimes, I walk my dog and play with him at the park during noon. Or sometimes I spend time with the family or pursue my hobby.

What did you do last weekend?

Let me remember what I did last weekend. Got it! Last weekend I went out with my friends to do a bungee jump. It was the first ever experience of mine with the bungee jump. We had a lot of fun and it was an awesome experience. Really while I was coming down from the height of around 50 feet, the aerial view coupled with some excitement and a slight fear of falling was unforgettable.

Who was there with you?

My two of friends, Nikita and Yezdi were with me. They come to my home without any notice. I was all lying on bed, spending the afternoon just lazing around. As usual they came with all enthusiasm and pushed me to go with them.


Describe a story that impressed you the most in your childhood

Name the story

Who told you this story

Why you were impressed by this story


I used to live in a joint family in my childhood. My grandmother lived me deeply and so I used to sleep with her. My grandmother was a great storyteller. She told me many stories with her. My grandmother is great person. She told me many stories but the story that impressed ne the most is about the Ramayana. The Ramayana is the Lord Rama who was an ideal son, bother and above all ruler. We see that Lord Rama went on exile for fourteen years of the order of his father though he did not deserve that punishment.

Lord Rama as an embodiment if virtue fought against vice in the shape of Ravana. He put to an end of dictatorship of Ranvana.

We learn a lesson from the Rama that we should be obedient to our parents. Secondly we should fight against injustice and oppression. Not only Lord Rama but his Bharat Lakshman and his wife Sita also present the picture of devotion commitment and dedication to a noble cause all these characters are the eternal source of inspiration to me when I face the naked realities of life.


Do you think stories are important in a childhood?

Yes stories play a significant role in the development of a child. First these stories have a moral lesson which guides the young brain on the right track secondly; these stories are the best examples of creating verbal pictures they make the children visualize a particular situation. The children come to know the rich culture customs and traditions of their forefathers.

In which type of the families’ storytelling is common? Why?

According to me story telling is common in the joint families where there are grandparents. Grandparents have time and patience to listen to and tell the children stories.

Do you think modern parents tell their children stories? Why?

Modern parents are in their professions Bother the father and mother are employees or self employed and s they have neither the time nor the proper mood to tell their children stories.

Have the modern children any interest in the old stories?

Most of the children of today are not interested in the old stories First the parents do not have any time for them Secondly, the modern children are interested in watching TV playing video games watching cartoons

What should be the quality in a good story teller?

A good story teller must fell the pulse of the listeners. Story should not be flat. There should the main interest in listeners “What next?” This curiosity is a must. A story-teller should this curiosity up to the end.


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