IELTS Speaking Test in Saudi Arabia with Sample Answers – March 2018
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- 1 IELTS Speaking Test in Saudi Arabia – March 2018
- 2 Speaking Part 1
- 3 Speaking Part 2
- 4 Speaking Part 3
IELTS Speaking Test in Saudi Arabia – March 2018
Speaking Part 1
1What is your full name?
My name is Taniya Mishra
2Can I see your ID?
Sure. Here is my ID
3Where are you from?
I am from Goa. Goa is mainly known for its beaches. People think that Goa is full of beaches, but Goa has covered one-third of forests too. Indian tourism always arranges colourful carnivals in Goa for youth.
4Do you work or study?
I am a student of computer science engineering, Btech in IIT Goa. I am in second year. And I love my college.
5What do you do?
I am a student.
6Do you like boats? Why?
I like to ride boats. Sailing is fun and adventurous. So whenever I go sailing, I enjoy riding a boat.
7Would you like to have a boat?
No. As much as it is fun to ride a boat, maintaining a boat will be much more difficult than it seems
8Do you like rain? Why?
I don’t like rain. Due to rain, there’s water clogging everywhere, roads become dangerous to drive. You always have to carry an umbrella or your raincoat, and it ruins your outfit too. And if you happen to wear glasses in rain, it will be your worst nightmare. One cannot see anything for the water droplets.
9What do you do when it rains and you are outside?
When it rains, I tend to stay home and be my own self. I don’t really like rain. So when it does, I do anything to distract my mind from sadness.
Speaking Part 2
Talk about a business person you admire
You should say
- Who is he/she?
- What does he/she do?
- Why do you admire him/her?
The person I’m going to talk about is Bill Gates, one of the greatest businessmen that I have ever known.
He is well-known as a co-founder of Microsoft and the world’s richest man. However, for years, Gates has been a philanthropist as he donates his money to help less fortune people and invests in developing education or technology.
I could start off by saying that I have a great admiration for him because he established Microsoft cooperation and made computers more accessible for all people. Furthermore, he is not only a knowledgeable person but he is so benevolent and warm-hearted. He is the benefactor and savior of many people. For example, he has spent so much money recruiting the prominent scientists to help create life-changing vaccines, such as the world’s first ever malaria vaccine, which has now been given the green light to be used on babies in sub-Saharan Africa. Last but not least, he always inspires others to persist in pursuing the goals and achieve immense success. He has written a lot of books such as The road ahead or The road to the future to teach people to do business and have perseverance and decisiveness to overcome all obstacles on their way to success.
I wish that I would meet Bill Gate once time in my life, give him a warm hug and ask him for autograph. No one can become a source of motivation to me like him.
Vocabulary for Cue Card
- co-founder: A person who is involved with helping in the creation of a business, organization, union, or entity, but is not the original founding person
Eg: He is the co founder of that organisation
- philanthropist: a person who seeks to promote the welfare of others, especially by the generous donation of money to good causes.
Eg: He is a philanthropist who devoted himself to work
- benevolent: well meaning and kindly.
Eg: He was a benevolent old man
- Benefactor: a person who gives money or other help to a person or cause.
Eg: He thanked his benefactor.
- Perseverance: continued effort to do or achieve something despite difficulties, failure, or opposition
Eg: Perseverance is the key to success.
- decisiveness: the ability to make decisions quickly and effectively
Eg: His decisiveness was the reason for the group’s success.
Speaking Part 3
1What kinds of businesses are popular in this city?
There are many popular businesses in this city. Since it is a coastal area, tourism is a very common side of the city. Thus travel and tourism agencies are an effective source of income. And also transportation services, photography, brewpub business,farming etc. also good businesses here.
2What business will young people do?
Youngsters can do businesses or run start ups on computer repair service, social marketing, copywriting, jewelry designing, content writing etc. Since they don’t have experience, they can start with the basics of everything.
1When do people in your country retire?
The average retirement age is 61, most people can’t collect their full Social Security benefit until age 67. Also, you’re not eligible for medicare until age 65. So “retirement age” can have several definitions.
Vocabulary for Speaking Part 3
- Tourism: the commercial organization and operation of holidays and visits to places of interest.
Eg: He is into tourism
- Youngsters: a person who is young; youth
Eg: The youngsters are smart when it comes to work
- Security: taking care well.
Eg: An old man who was looking after our security.
- Eligible: capable
Eg: He is an eligible man.
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