IELTS Speaking Test in Nepal – March 2018 with Answers
- 1 Speaking Part 1
- 2 Speaking Part 2
- 3 Speaking Part 3
Speaking Part 1
1What is your name?
I’m Sejal Bhoyar
2Can I see your ID?
Yes, sure. Here it is
3Where are you from?
I’m from the pink city of India that is Jaipur. Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan. It is famous across the country for its rich tradition and diverse culture. There is a lot of beautiful architecture.Besides, it is also included as a part of the “golden triangle”.
4Do you work or study?
Right now I’m pursuing my post-graduation studies under the course of MBA (Masters of Business Application) and working as an intern.
5What kind of outdoor activity do you often do?
I get involved in sports activities like lawn tennis, basketball, badminton and cricket too at times. I even go to the gym. Overall I like to go out for my physical exercise which helps in stimulating positivity and refreshing my body.
6Which kind of outdoor activity did you do when you were a child?
When I was a kid I used to go out for camps where overall development was taken care of. There were a lot of exercises which improved physical as well as mental fitness.
7Do you often write?
Yes, I do often write. They may be some inspirational quotes or just random thoughts. I even write my journal daily. I’m currently working as an intern for a company which gives me daily article to write or a report to submit.
8Do you prefer writing to typing?
I prefer both. It depends on the situation actually. If I need to send an official document or a report which contains more than 100 words I prefer typing and if I have to write an exam or some assignment given by my college I prefer writing. Also in situations where I have to send unofficial information I prefer writing a letter.
Speaking Part 2
Describe an occasion when people gave you a positive feedback
You should say
- what the situation was
- who congratulated you
- why you were congratulated
- and explain how you felt.
I still remember the day when I successfully presented the project made by 6 of us. I was in charge of the project. Needless to say, the project was a big success. And being in charge and an active participant in it, I was appreciated and congratulated a lot. Only 3 out of 10 projects were selected for Ureckon Fest, and we were one of them.
All the professors and our classmates congratulated us for the great success. In Fact they had witnessed the efforts we had put into the project to make it a success.
After successfully representing the project, I was able to sense that the people were awestruck by the uniqueness. We made a device that detected our body temperature and blood pressure for emergency purposes. When you are far away from the reach of the hospital, you can test the medical conditions I mentioned earlier in this device and take some action immediately to lighten the situation.
It felt great to be appreciated and recognised, especially after all the hard work we had put into the device. This was one of the many instances where I realised that people are always appreciated if they put in their hard work and apply their intelligence. Overall, I was delighted about the success of our project.
Vocabulary for Cue Card
- Appreciated: congratulated
Eg: She was congratulated for the success
- Intelligence: knowledgeable
Eg: She was appreciated for her intelligence
- Uniqueness: different from others
Eg: He is unique in his own way
- Awestruck: surprised
Eg: She was awestruck by the beauty.
Speaking Part 3
1How important is public recognition?
Public recognition is really important for an organization as it heartens employees to continue working and also motivates them to put their best in any project assigned to them. It also promotes a sense of pride.
2Does everyone want public recognition?
Yes, everyone seeks public recognition as it boosts one self-confidence and also makes him /her believe that they are really capable of doing better. Also, once gained it will make them give their best in any situation.
3What are the advantages of positive feedback?
Positive feedback by a senior employer can change the person’s attitude towards the whole firm. It creates a sense of motivation and a spirit of working at his best for that particular firm or organization. It also increases the employee’s self-respect and they will always be ready to do any task you give to them.
4How do people take positive feedback compared to negative feedback?
The main difference between positive and negative feedback is that positive feedback amplifies the change in behaviour, change in working style, change in the way he/she treats others and etc but negative feedback works completely the opposite way. It will reduce the person’s interest and willingness to work in an organization
Vocabulary For Speaking Part 3
- Amplifies: Enlarge upon or add detail to
Eg: This instrument is amplifying the noise
- Willingness: The quality or state of being prepared to do something.
Eg: A person must always have a dedication and willingness to work.
- Feedback: Information about reactions to a product
Eg: Please can you give the feedback of the report which I sent you?
- Firm: A business concern
Eg: I’m excited to join this firm
- Heartens: Encourages
Eg: My sick mother was heartened when she saw the positive body language of the doctor
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