تجربه آزمون اسپیکینگ آیلتس سارا
تجربه آزمون اسپیکینگ آیلتس سارا یکی از زبان آموزان درخت جاویدان
98 تاریخ آزمون: 22 آذر
ممتحن : آقای دارابی
مرکز آزمون: ایرسافام
Do you work or study?
What do you like about your job?
What is more important to you, the people you work with or the type of work you do?
Do you often visit the countryside?
If so, who do you visit in the countryside?
Would you like to live in the countryside in the future?
Have you ever seen a wild animal?
What’s your favorite wild animal?
Some people believe it’s polite to only agree with people you are talking with. Why?
Do you like face-to-face conversations with people or you prefer to speak to people by phone?
Is there any differences between men and women’s conversations?
Describe an interesting conversation you had with other people.
You should say:
who the person was
where and when you talked with the person
what you talked about with the person
and explain why it was interesting.
I would like to share with you one of the most interesting conversations I had with my teacher about my university choice.
To be honest, at that time, I was so confused with a lot of choices that I was totally exhausted. It was a tough decision for me because university was a turning point for my future career prospect. If I chose wrong, I would waste a lot of time and efforts. The hardest part, I think, was to balance between my possibility to be admitted and the suitability between my potentials and the field of the university. I had chosen a famous and high-ranked university, but I wondered whether I was qualified enough to register for it.
As it was the first time I had to make such big decision, I came to my dear teacher to ask for some advice as she had a lot of experience in every field. After listening carefully to my explanation, she asked me why I chose that university. I told her that because I was impressive with their teaching methods and extracurricular activities. Besides, as their students were highly qualified, I thought I can build up a good network there and learn a lot from them. Then, she asked what made me afraid of this choice, I answered that’s I wondered if I were excellent enough to be admitted. She smiled when I said so, and calmed me down by saying that I were among the most outstanding students she had had, and she was extremely confident that I could manage to meet their requirements.
However, she implied that I shouldn’t worry too much about failure, instead, I should make a concerted effort to reach the goal I set, thus, in the end, though the consequence was good or bad, there would be no regrets. Her words really made me inspired that it could released all my fears and worries.
This conversation was interesting to me because apart from positive advice, she also helped to calm me down, thus, made me focus more on studying to achieve my goals. Then, I got a satisfied results for my application and had a wonderful university life. Until now, I still feel thankful to her for that interesting conversation.
Do you like giving presentations?
Why do some people feel nervous about giving presentations?
What do you think people should do before giving a presentation?
How can visual aids help in a presentation?
Is it important to use humor in presentation?