Speaking section consist of three sections, the first is the one in which questions related to you are asked. Let us have a look at some of the possible questions of the IELTS speaking module.
Tell me something about yourself.
My name is Anish and I belong to Almora, a city in Uttarakhand, a state in north India. My name is a Sanskrit word meaning Supreme and too an extent I believe that I go with my name. Not in a sense that I assume myself to be the best, but I try to give my best in whatever I do. The reason I am taking IELTS exam is because I wanted to further with my career and do a course on Journalism from Australia.
What do you do for living?
Presently, I am working with Fox Traveller as a host for their show that involves travelling around India and discovering its culture and people. We already have covered the southern part of India and now we shall be moving towards the eastern part. The show will go on air in January next year.
What do you do in your leisure time?
Well, during my leisure time, I usually read novels or go back home to spend time with my family. Usually my schedule is such that I am either travelling or doing some kind of activity with people around, so I prefer going back home and spending time with my family. Other than these, I often write in my blog to share my state of mind.
Where do you see yourself in the next five years?
I think I would have completed my journalism by that time and most probably would be doing something of my own. May be a company that provides education and other facilities to children who don’t get it. I think good education is every child’s right, however sadly some people stay deprived of it. My dream is to open a company that could provide quality education to people who can’t afford it other wise.
Describe your educational background.
I have completed my class tenth from Obra, near Varanasi and then shifted my grounds to Dehradun wherein I did my Inter college and Bachelors in Technology from Information Technology.
Describe the place where you belong to.
I belong to Almora, a town in Uttarakhand, a state in Northern India. Almora is a hill station and attracts lots of tourist from all over the world. It has some great temples with lot of significance. You can actually see Himalayas from Almora and it is almost breathtaking. Almora is famous for its rich cultural heritage, unique handicrafts, sumptuous cuisine and magnificent wildlife, coupled with an easy accessibility. According to me it is a must see place in India.