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Đề thi IELTS Speaking năm nay như thế nào? Xu hướng ra đề ra sao?… là những điều mà bất cứ bạn nào chuẩn bị thi IELTS cũng đều quan tâm.

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MỤC LỤC:I. Đề thi IELTS SpeakingII. Một số mẫu đề thi IELTS Speaking (Giải chi tiết + Audio)

I. Đề thi IELTS Speaking – Tháng 6

#1. Ngày thi 22/6

Đề thi của IDP Tp. Hồ Chí Minh

Part 1:

  • Chủ đề Home: Giám khảo sẽhỏi bạn đang sống ở nhà hay ở chung cư? Sống ở đây bao lâu rồi? Phòng nào mình thích nhất tại sao?
  • Chủ đề Garbage: Giám khảo sẽ hỏi tại sao mọi người hay xả rác? Bạn có thói quen sử dụng lại, hoặc tái chế giấy hay nhựa không? và Bạn có giúp đỡ những người làm cho thành phố sạch không.
  • Chủ đề Smile: Bạn sẽ được hỏi rằng, bản thân có hay cười không? Lần cuối bạn thấy nhiều người cười là khi nào? Bạn có cười khi chụp hình không và Nụ cười giả tạo là như thế nào?

Part 2: Describe a time when you enjoyed your visit to a park or garden.

Part 3: 

  • Lợi ích của việc có công viên trong thành phố?
  • Người trẻ hay người già thì thích đến công viên hơn, xu hướng đó có thay đổi trong tương lai không?
  • Mỗi công dân có cần có trách nhiệm giữ cho công viên sạch sẽ không, chính phủ thì sao?
  • Có nên có một khu vườn trong nhà hay không hay điều đó là không cần thiết?
  • Nói chung là còn cỡ vài câu nữa mà mình không nhớ lắm, đều liên quan đến park vs garden hết ạ?

#2. Ngày thi 21/6

Đề số 1 – IDP Hà Nội

Part 1: Chủ đề Work, maths…

Part 2: Quiz game, 2 phút nhanh như 1 cái chớp mắt. Bùm, hết giờ.

Part 3: 

  • Trẻ con ngày xưa và ngày nay khác gì trong việc chơi game?
  • Thế chơi game trên điện thoại có lợi ích gì không?…

Đề số 2 – IDP Đà Nẵng

Part 1:

  • Work or study: What will you do after graduate from high school?
  • Reading
  • Do you like reading?
  • What kinds of book do you like to read?
  • What was your favourite book when you were a child?
  • Will you read book when you get older?
  • Smiling
    • Do you like to smile?
    • How often do you smile?
    • When was the last time you saw people smile?
    • Can you feel if someone’s smile is fake? Why fake?

Part 2: Describe a person who encouraged and helped you to achieve a goal.

Part 3:

  • Làm thế nào để trường học thúc đẩy học sinh năng động hơn?
  • Thầy cô hay cha mẹ sẽ làm cho học sinh năng động hơn? Bằng cách nào?
  • Cách mà mọi người động viên học sinh để họ đạt được mục đích của mình?
  • Động viên hay thực sự là gây áp lực lên học sinh?
  • Các học sinh ở trường bạn sẽ làm gì khi phải chịu áp lực từ gia đình, nhà trường? (chắc tại vì lúc đầu lỡ nói Gifted school)

#3. Ngày thi 20/6

Đề số 1 của BC 

Part 1:

  • Chủ đề Home: Describe about your home, what is the room you like the most
  • Chủ đề Garbage: Why people thrown away garbage into the street?  How do you think?  Can we change it?

Part 2: Describe about a person who has an interesting ideas or opinions

Part 3:

  • Làm sao để khuyến khích con trẻ developing their own ideas?
  • Ý kiến của trẻ con có giống người lớn không? Tại sao?

Đề số 2 của BC

Part 2: A time when someone din’t tell whole truth.

Part 3:

  • Tai sao k tell the whole truth ?
  • Consequences of telling white lies.
  • Những trường hợp nào thì nên telling white lies…

Đề số 3 từ British Council
Part 1:

  • Hỏi về home, miêu tả ngôi nhà của bạn, bạn sống ở đây bao lâu rồi, phòng nào bạn thích nhất.
  • Street market: Người Việt Nam có hay đi chợ không? Bạn thấy chợ với siêu thị thì khác nhau cái gì?…

Part 2: Describe the time you invited your friend or family for a meal.

Part 3: Chủ đề về ăn nhà hàng và những món ăn truyền thống.

Đề số 4 từ IDP Hà Nội

Part 1: 

  • Chủ đề Work or study
  • Chủ đề Sky
    • Bạn có thích ngắm mây kkhông?
    • Theo bạn ở thì địa điểm nào là hoàn hảo để ngắm mây?
    • Còn về những ngôi sao bạn có hay ngắm vào buổi đêm không?
    • Phòng của bạn có thuận tiện để ngắm bầu trời k?
  • Chủ đề Sharing
    • Bạn có hay chia sẻ không?
    • Bạn hay chia sẻ gì với bạn bè?
    • Bố mẹ bạn có dậy bạn cách chia sẻ không?

Part 2: Miêu tả 1 lần mà ai đó nói không đúng sự thật với bạn.

Part 3:

  • Bạn hãy nói vêc lợi ích và bất lợi của nói dối?
  • Bố mẹ có nên chia sẻ cách để con cái của họ tránh được lời nói dối của người khác không?
  • Bố mẹ bạn có bao giờ nói dối không?
  • Bạn nghĩ nói dối mang lại những mặt tốt gì cho người nghe?
  • Nói dối nhiều lúc như là một lời biện minh cho một hành động sai trái? Bạn có nghĩ thế không
  • Sau đấy hỏi thêm về giáo dục của cha mẹ như là khả năng phát triển com cái bị ảnh hưởng ntn rồi vai trò ba mẹ với trách nhiệm nuôi dưỡng con cái…. 

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#4. Ngày thi 18/6 – Đề thi computer-based tại IDP

Part 1: Hỏi về studying or working, tea and coffee

Part 2: A period of history you want to know more (cái này anh Bách có dự đoán rồi)

Part 3: Preservation

#5. Ngày thi 14/6

Đề số 1:

Part 1: Home weather social networking

Part 2: Water sport would like

Part 3: Water sport activity/ travelling products on the water

Đề số 2 từ IDP

Part 1: House / Study / Weather / Perfume

Part 2: Describe a park or garden that you enjoyed

Part 3: Vegetable / park

#6. Ngày thi 13/6

Đề số 1 – BC

Part 1: Home/weather/social networking

Part 2: Water sport

Part 3: Water sport activity/ traveling products on the beach.


Đề số 2-  IDP  

Part 1:

  • Describe the house or flat you are living in
  •  Weather

Does the weather in Việt Nam change a lot?

You work better in hot or cold weather?

Do you prefer to live somewhere with the different climate?

  • Borrowing

Have you ever borrowed books from your friends?

Do you think it is ok to borrow money from your friends?

Do you like others to borrow your mobile phone?

Part 2: Describe an occasion that your vehicle broke down?

When?

Who were with you?

How long did it take to fix the problem?

Part 3:

Public transport in Vietnam.

Which is the most popular?

Who use it more often? Young or Old?

Should trains be built more in Vietnam?

Private cars

Problem?

Why Vietnamese prefer to buy big cars instead of eco-friendly ones?

Đề 3 – BC

Part 1:

  • Study
  • Feelings
  • Tea or coffee

Part 2: Describe a job that your grandparents did

Part 3: Xoay quanh job của robot với con người

Robot có thay thế con người không?

Cuộc sống sẽ ntn nếu robot làm mọi công việc?

Công việc nào cần đc tăng lương thêm?

Công việc nào theo bạn là hard nhất?

#7. Ngày thi 12/6

Đề số 1- IDP

Part 1 : Home / social network / balance time

Part 2: A place you visited with your friend

Part 3 : Social skill

Đề số 2:

Part 1: Yourself : study, sleep, tea and coffee

Part 2: Good news you have read

Part 3: Old and young people access news

Đề số 3 – IDP HN 

Part 1: Home, nước hoa

Part 2: Program on TV or on online

Part 3:

  • Difference entertainment now and the past
  • Watching time of people in Vietnam
  • Playing game on computer with children

Đề số 4:

Part 1: Job, patient

Part 2: Ideal house

Part 3:

  • Old building là mấy cái nhà cổ mấy chục mấy trăm năm á?
  • Tại sao nhiều người thích sống trong mấy cái đó?
  • Mấy có đó có ý nghĩa gì?

#8. Ngày thi 2/6

Đề 1 – IDP

Part 1 :

  • Your area

Sống bao lâu ở đấy rồi

Có điều gì mà thích về nơi mình ở không

Có điều gì muốn nơi mình ở thay đổi không

  • Tea and coffee

Cái gì phổ biến hơn ở nơi bạn sống?

Lần gần nhất uống là khi nào?

Biết brand coffee nào hay thích nhất brand coffee nào không?

Nếu phải gthieu đồ uống cho ai đó thì sẽ chọn tea or coffee ?

  • Public holiday

Nước bạn có Public holiday không?

Mọi người chúc mừng public holiday như nào?

Bạn thích public holiday nào nhất?

Part 2 : Describe an intelligent person that you know

Part 3 :

  • Về việc làm gì để cải thiện sự hiếu học của trẻ
  • Vai trò của bố mẹ , của thầy cô trong việc đó
  • Trẻ nhỏ nên học từ bố mẹ hay thầy cô ?
  • 1 người thầy cô tốt thì cần có điều gì ?

Đề số 2 – BC

Part 1:

  • Bạn có nghĩ social networking phổ biến? Có thay đổi gì so với ngày xưa?
  • Độ tuổi nào tốt nhất để kết hôn?
  • Hiện nay ng ta kết hôn sớm hơn hồi xưa hong?
  • Khi còn nhỏ thích chơi ở đâu? Sau giờ học thích đi đâu? Có thích qua nhà bạn chơi hong?

Part 2: Describe a time when a child makes you laugh

Part 3: 

  • Ba mẹ cần có đức tính gì để nuôi dạy tốt con cái?
  • Có nên tham gia parenting course hong?
  • Ba mẹ có nên bị phạt khi con họ trở thành người xấu hong

Đề số 3

Part 1:

  • Where you live?
  • Some questions relate to work.
  • What you like the best from your work?
  • What you don’t like.
  • Pet: what pet you like, is it common to have pet in VN, what pet you don’t like

Part 2: Describe a subject you didn’t like in school but now you are interested in

Part 3:

  • About teaching method: teacher should be closed to students? How did you feel about your teacher back then?
  • About research: should pp have more research? Which area( sector or subject) need to have research?

Đề số 4: 

Part 1

  • Work or study: do you work or are you a student? Do you like your job? How many hours do you spend on working every week? What do you do to reduce stress at work?
  • Sharing: is there anything you would like to share with others? Did your parents encourage you to share when you was a kid? What do you think that should not be shared?
  • Patience: Are you a patient person? Did you tend to be more patient when you was young?
  • Transport: do you think the public transport in your country is good? Do you drive to work?

Part 2: Describe your ideal house 

Part 3: 

  • Urban life:

What are the disadvantages of living in cities? Can you think of any solutions for the problems of urban life that you just mentioned?

What do you think about the idea of turning the central area of cities into a place for office buildings and retail shops only and relocating residential areas on the outskirt?

  • Transport

Do you think that in the future people will use more public transport?

What do you think about the idea of sharing cars?

#9. Ngày thi 1/6

Đề số 1 – BC 

Part 1: 

  • Work/Study: Bạn làm việc gì, có happy với công việc không…
  • Social network: Có dành nhiều thời gian cho social network không, có nên kết bạn trên social network không, trong tương lai có thay đổi thời gian dành cho nó không?
  • Travel: Có thích đi du lịch không, nơi đẹp nhất từng đi ở VN là ở đâu?

Part 2: Mô tả 1 lần đưa ra lời khuyên cho người khác

Part 3:

  • Tại sao lại có những người ko thích nghe lời khuyên của ng khác?
  • Bố mẹ có nên đưa lời khuyên cho con cái về việc chọn bạn bè không?
  • Khi nào cần xin lời khuyên từ người chuyên nghiệp?
  • Khi người ta ko hỏi thì có nên đưa lời khuyên ko?
  • Bác sĩ cần có skill gì khi đưa ra lời khuyên cho người khác?

Đề số 2

Part 1: Living area + Favourite movie stars

Part 2: Describe a period of history that you would like to know about 

Part 3:

  • Bạn có nghĩ học tập về lịch sử là qan trọng đv trẻ em việt nam?
  • Tại sao mọi người thường không hứng thú khi học lịch sử?
  • Ai nên có trách nhiệm trong việc bảo qản các old historical building?
  • Bạn nghĩ các old historical building có nên đc nhà nước kiểm soát bvệ hay đc mua bởi những người có tiền? 

Đề số 3 từ IDP

Part 1:

  • Work
  • Smile (hỏi khoảng 4 câu xoay quanh chủ đề smile)

Part 2: Describe a park/garden 

Câu hỏi phụ: bạn có dự định trồng 1 cái vườn lớn không?

Part 3: Xoay quanh chủ đề park

  • Park giúp gì cho xã hội
  • Có sự khác biệt giữa park cho trẻ con và người già ko?
  • 2-3 câu nữa cũng tương tự vầy 

II. Một số mẫu đề thi IELTS Speaking (Giải chi tiết + Audio)

#1. Sample IETLS Speaking Test 1

Examiner:  Hello. Come in please and have a seat. 

Candidate: Thank you. 

Examiner:  And can I have your passport, please? 

Candidate: Yes. There you go. 

Examiner: Thanks, and may I have your full name, please? 

Candidate: My name is Nargess Barzegar, but everybody calls me Ameneh. It’s been my nickname since I was born. 

Examiner: Does your name have any special meaning? 

Candidate: Well, yes. The name Nargess is a flower. It’s in actual fact a Daffodil. 

Examiner: Alright. And who gave this nickname to you? 

Candidate: Well, it’s an interesting story because at the time that I was born there was a very popular song, a pop song by the name of “Ameneh”, and my older siblings who were children at the time, decided there and then that this should be my name, Ameneh, but my parents didn’t agree. 

Examiner: Alright Ameneh. Is your name important to you? 

Candidate: Well yes, I think everybody’s name is important to them. It’s the one thing that you fully associate yourself with. 

Examiner: OK, thanks Ameneh. And tell me where do you come from?

Candidate: Well I come from Tehran, which is the capital of Iran. Tehran is a bustling city with a very large population of! think about E7 million people. It’s a very busy and polluted city, but at the same time it’s very charming and you can meet people from all sorts of backgrounds. 

Examiner: Alright Ameneh. What do you like about your hometown? 

Candidate: Well, like I said, I like the fact that you can meet people from all sorts of backgrounds. My hometown, Tehran, has beautiful mountains in the North. It’s very vibrant. You can almost find something interesting in every neighbourhood. There’s lots of activity going on during the day, which makes it very interesting as a city. 

Examiner: OK, Ameneh. Tell me, what do most of the people do in your hometown? 

Candidate: Well, as Tehran is the capital, there’s a variety of vocations and activities going on during the day. Obviously it’s the base of a country, so you have businessmen, you have lots of shops, and you have many ministries, many schools. All in all, there’s a variety of jobs and activities going on. 

Examiner: OK, thanks Ameneh. Now let’s move on to the second part. I would like to show you a topic card, and you have to talk about this topic for about two minutes. You have one minute to prepare yourself. Here is a paper and a pencil. You can write down your notes if you wish. 

Candidate: Thank you very much.

Describe the most important success in your life.You should say:When you achieved it?Who contributed to your success?How you have managed to succeed and explain why it is do important to you?

Examiner: OK Ameneh, now you must start talking please. 

Candidate: Well, in relation to success, I have to say that I consider my education by far my most important success. This is due to the fact that while I was in university I did meet my husband and I married, so that was before I finished my degree. Since then, even though I have started a family, I’ve managed to obtain a degree with Honours, and subsequently was accepted on a post graduate programme which was actually quite difficult to get into. I think the main people who contributed to my success must have been my immediate family. My parents were very supportive in all my decisions. And also my spouse gave me all the support that I could possibly need from a husband. I have to say that the most important factor was my own self-determination, my self-discipline, time-management, and also uncompromising goals that I set for myself. Little goals, but nonetheless goals that made me reach where I am flow. It’s very important, in my opinion to feel successful in an area that you choose. In my case it was education. Of course, this success has opened many doors for me, and will of course open many more. For instance, I know that I will be financially independent, I know that I will have a sense of achievement that is probably not comparable to much else.

Examiner: Thanks Ameneh. Now I would like to ask you a few more questions related to the same topic. How important is goal-setting in your life? 

Candidate: This is extremely important. If you don’t set goals – reachable, feasible goals – then you may as well just stop doing what you’re doing. If you don’t set these goals, then you lose track of what you’ve been up to and what else needs to be done. This leads to really destructive disorganisation, and at the end of the day you probably will end up without enough time, sufficient time to reach what you set out to reach. That’s why self-discipline in keeping within your timeframe for these goals, and working hard to reach them really does make a difference. 

Examiner: Tell me Ameneh, do you consider yourself a real success?

Candidate: That’s a difficult question to answer, because I might not be the biggest success compared to other people. But for me personally, yes. My personal opinion of myself, with the circumstances that I had, I do consider myself quite a success because after all, I did manage to divide my time fairly between my studies, the pursuit of my education, and my family. I don’t think I compromised my family in order to reach my educational goals. So therefore, yes, I do consider myself a success. 

Examiner: OK thanks. And do you think having an organised programme can lead to people’s success? 

Candidate: Well I think it’s of the utmost importance actually. I think that not having an organised programme or schedule will almost certainly result in the shortage of time. It’s specifically important for short-term goals, as time is of the essence. A schedule is also necessary for long-term goals. Because its human nature to put things off till later, or you know, procrastinate, and you end up running out of time without even realising it. So, having a schedule will help you keep track of it. 

Examiner: Thank you very much. This is the end of the speaking test Have a nice day. 

Candidate: Thank you. You too. 

#2. Sample IETLS Speaking Test 2


Examiner: Good Afternoon.

Candidate: Good afternoon. 

Examiner: Come in please and have a seat. 

Candidate: Thank you very much. 

Examiner:  Alright. Can I take a look at your passport, please? 

Candidate: Yes. Here you go. 

Examiner: Thanks, and what is your full name? 

Candidate: My name is Sara Akbari. 

Examiner: Alright Sara. What is the meaning of your name? 

Candidate:  I think Sara means pure and innocent. However, this is an international name, as I have heard it in many other languages as well. 

Examiner: All right Sara. Do you think your name is important to you? Do you like it or you would like to change your name? 

Candidate: Well, I’ve never given it much thought. I think that must mean that I’m quite content with the name I have. And although I think it’s quite a common name, I am nonetheless happy with it. 

Examiner: Alright Sara. Please describe your daily routine.

Candidate: Well, I’m a university student in my second year. My daily routine during the week would consist of me waking up quite early in the morning — I’d say about 6 o’clock. From about six till eight I’ll get ready, I’ll have my breakfast. If there’s any work that needs to be done before attending class, I’ll try and fit it in there. I take the bus to university, after which, of course, I attend the classes. Lunchtimes, we normally go off campus with my friends for a sandwich or a quick bite to eat. If we have more time, we might sit in the park and discuss sonic of the subjects we’re doing. If I have classes in the afternoon, I’ll return to campus and attend those. On a normal day, I’d say I’m finished at university by about 5 o’clock. And by the time I get home, it should be close to seven. After this, well it depends on how much work I have to do for the next day. Or, whether or not I have enough free time, in which case I will sit down and watch some television or spend some time with my mother. 

Examiner: Alright Sara. What do you do on weekends? 

Candidate: Well, preferably, I’d like to spend weekends relaxing and refreshing myself for the coming week. But, there will be times when I’ll need to sit down and do some studying. Maybe I’ve fallen behind on a certain subject, or maybe! need to do some research. But! do prefer to relax, spend some time with my family, maybe go out with my friends, and generally feel rested for the following week. 

Examiner: OK, thanks Sara. What are some of your hobbies? 

Candidate: Well, if! have the time, I do enjoy going for a swim every once in a while. I also enjoy going window shopping with my friends, and reading. But during university, you have so much to read that I sometimes don’t feel like reading fiction during my spare time. 

Examiner: OK Sara. How much time do you spend with your friends in your spare time? 

Candidate: Well, I like to divide that spare time between my family and my friends. Obviously, I see my family every day, mostly over a meal in the evening. Friends, it’s not so. Of course, my university friends I’ll see during the day, if we have classes together. But other friends, it’s difficult to catch up on a regular basis. I’d say I wouldn’t mind spending one day a week catching up  with my friends and seeing what they’re up to, and exchanging our weekly stories. 

Examiner: Alright Sara, now we move onto another topic. I will show you a topic card and I would like you to talk about the topic for about two minutes. You have once minute to organise your mind and think about the topic. Here is a paper and a pencil and you can write down notes if you wish. 

Candidate: Thank you very much. 

Describe your favorite photograph. You should say:Where was the photo taken What can be seen from the photo?Why you took that photograph and explain?Why it is your favorite photograph?

Examiner: Now you may start Sara. 

Candidate: Thank you. Well my favourite photograph has to be one taken of my father many years ago. I think it must have been even before he married my mother. It’s a very quaint photograph of him sitting in a tree with a very playful look on his face. And all his friends and colleagues standing under the tree, and I think, wondering how on earth he got up there in the first place. But they’re all very amused, and they look like they’re having a very good time. I didn’t actually, obviously, take the photograph myself. I’m imagining that it must have been one of my father’s friends or colleagues on the university campus he was working at during that time. But I have to say it’s a very candid photo, and it really captures the moment, and my father’s very playful nature. This photograph of course is even more special to me since my father is no longer with us, and this really reminds me of how he was when I was a child, and how wonderful it was to be around him. 

Examiner: Thank you Sara. Now I would like to ask a few more detailed questions. How can someone take a good photograph? 

Candidate: Well, I do enjoy photography, but I’m in no way a professional photographer. I’d have to say a good angle, the right subject. I think light is very important, obviously, well, it would depend on the subject as well and location, but I think there are many different aspects involved in taking a good photo. 

Examiner: Do you prefer to keep a film or a photograph? 

Candidate: Well, you have to consider them both really. Photographs are obviously moments in time that have been captured and you can take them out at any given time and have a look at them and feel those emotions again, and see the happiness or whatever the occasion was and what feelings it induced in the people in the photograph or the subject of the photograph. Film has its advantages of being more real, having motion and movement and also sound. But on a personal level, I think there’s something magical about a photograph that will never be about a film. 

Examiner: Do you prefer a black and white photo or a colourful one? 

Candidate: Again, that depends on the subject matter. I think portraits are more beautiful when they’re black and white. But some landscape and sceneries are obviously all the more breathtaking because of the colour. So it would be a shame to take the photograph in black and white. 

Examiner: How do you feel when you look at your family album?

Candidate: A great sense of nostalgia. I absolutely enjoy going through my family albums and looking at my parents and relatives from even before I existed. I like to think what they were thinking then and how they felt, and the funny part, I think, is the way they used to dress. It’s just such a beautiful experience, to be able to go back and see what your loved ones looked like, or try to imagine what must have been going on through their minds at the time when this photograph was taken. It’s a lovely experience.

Examiner: Thank you very much Sara. That is the end of your speaking test. Have a nice 

Candidate: Thank you very much. 

#3. Sample IETLS Speaking Test 3 

Examiner: Good Morning. 

Candidate: Good Morning.

Examiner: Come in and have a seat please. 

Candidate: Thank you very much. 

Examiner: May I have a look at your passport? 

Candidate: Yes, here you are. 

Examiner: OK thanks, and may I have your full name please? 

Candidate: My name is Nazli Parvizi. 

Examiner: Alright, thanks Nazli. Who put this name on you? 

Candidate: Nazli, is actually my paternal grandmother, and my parents decided to name me after her. 

Examiner: What kinds of names are popular in your country? 

Candidate: Well, I’ll have to say that there’s a variety of names. For girls it’s mostly flowers, or ancient Persian names, and obviously religious names. But for boys, it tends to be, I think, mostly religious names and also ancient Persian names. You will come across quite a few people who have been named after a prominent religious figure, a historical religious figure. So they would use that for official purposes, but they might be called something totally different at home.

Examiner:  Alright Nazli. Tell me, what is your major? 

Candidate: I have a degree in Teaching English as a Foreign Language. 

Examiner: Do you like your major, and why. 

Candidate: Yes I do indeed. I wanted to learn English fluently ever since I was a child. So, being lucky enough to get accepted on this course was a dream come true for me. And I enjoyed the course thoroughly. And of course, I’ve reached my childhood dream now. 

Examiner: And what do you do at the moment, Nazli? 

Candidate: At the moment I’m teaching English, both at an institute and also privately. 

Examiner: Ok thanks. And tell me, what do you like about your job?

Candidate: Well, what I enjoy the most about my job, as I think most teachers would agree, is the sense of satisfaction, and gratification you get when your students learn what you’re actually trying so hard, and they’re trying so hard to. Nothing replaces that, I think, as a teacher. It’s the most wonderful feeling. 

Examiner: Is there anything you dislike about your job? 

Candidate: Well I wouldn’t go as far to say dislike. But I find it quite frustrating sometimes if a student is lacking in concentration, or is not even interested in learning this language. You do come across people who are forced by parents, or think it’s absolutely necessary to learn English, but don’t really commit to it much as they could. Trying to encourage these students, it is quite an ordeal. But it’s not something I would hate my job for. It’s something that’s just an obstacle that I have to overcome as a teacher. 

Examiner: Alright Nazli. Would you like to have your own business one day? 

Candidate: Yes, actually. My ultimate dream would be to open an English Language institute, which would of course be for all ages and levels. This would probably not materialise for quite some time yet. But I am working my way towards reaching this goal. 

Examiner: Thank you Nazli. Now we move on to a topic. I would like to show you a topic card. You have to talk about the topic for about two minutes. You have one minute to think about the topic. Here is a paper and pencil, you can write down notes if you wish. 

Candidate: Thank you very much.

Describe an important letter/e-mail you have received.You should say:When you received the letter?Who sent you that letter?What it was about and explain the reasons why it is important?


Candidate: Well, you’ve asked me to describe an important letter or email I’ve received. It was about a year ago that I made an application to a very reputable university to pursue my studies in English. I received a letter a few months back from the Head of the Department of Languages. This letter was of course one of the most important letters I’ve ever received in my life because not only did it confirm my place on that course, but it also offered me a full scholarship, which was the best news I could have got. The only thing holding me back all these years was of course the question of finds, but now that is no longer the problem. The letter also mentioned when the course begins, and how to go about registering. 

Examiner: Alright, thanks Nazli. Now I would like to ask a few more questions. What is the difference between a letter and an email?

Candidate: Well, we can say the main difference is I suppose the speed in which we receive a letter as opposed to an email. Modern life probably necessitates speedier access to communication. So therefore, an email is much more convenient and less time-consuming. 

Examiner:  How do you think internet has changed traditional letter writing? 

Candidate: Do you mean in the aspect of whether it’s a good change or a negative change? 

Examiner: That’s right. 

Candidate: Well, I think that it has a little bit of both. The internet facilitates the speed in which you can communicate important matters and personal matters with others. And also, it doesn’t necessitate a person sitting down and writing a letter, and having to post it, and waiting for the time that it would take to deliver in order to get a reply. With the internet you can write a message and convey a certain thing within minutes, and receive a reply within minutes. On the downside, I would have to say that an email lacks the emotion that maybe the sender is trying to convey. With letters you can perhaps tell a lot about its context because of the person’s handwriting. It has a generally more personal touch to it, which I think is quite special. So, maybe emails are a good thing, but on special occasions for the people who matter to you, sending the occasional letter I think is a nice gesture.

Examiner:  And the last question Nazli. Would post offices disappear in the next fifty years?

Candidate: Well, I wouldn’t be surprised if they did, or at least they were diminished in numbers greatly. The reason is that obviously people are relying more and more on the internet to communicate. But on the other hand, as is the case now, a lot of people around the world still don’t have access to the internet, so I think it wouldn’t altogether disappear. At the end of the day you can’t send a parcel, or a small package via the internet. So perhaps not entirely, but maybe you’d come across them a lot less often than you do now. 

Examiner: Thank you very much, Nazli. This is the end of the speaking test.

Candidate: Thank you.

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