Speaker : 2
Gender : Female
IELTS Speaking Score : 5
IELTS Speaking Session: Part 1
  E-examiner S-student
E: So, let’s begin with talking about what you do. Do you work or are you a student?
S: I’m a student.

E: What do you study?
S: Accounting.

E: Do you think this major is interesting?
S: I don’t think so. I think it’s a little boring because it has so many mathematics.

E: Now, let’s talk about picnics. Did you go on picnics when you were a child?
S: No, absolutely not, because my parents was, is, is… are very busy and I always at home and play with my friends.

E: How often do you go on picnics now?
S: I would say never, because I don’t like go to… go on a picnic because I think it’s, it’s not funny and I always hang out with my friends when I… when I’m free.

E: Where would you usually go on a picnic?
S: Where

E: Where?
S: Yeah, if I, if I have to go on picnic, I will choose, choose a park with, with a lake because I think it’s, it’s, s, sen, s… it’s charming. It’s charming, yeah, the, about the environment.

E: What is the difference between a picnic and cooking at home?
S: I think cooking at home, it’s a relax, relaxing style because you can cook everything you, you like. And if you go on a picnic, you can’t, you can’t do s {noise}, do… cook something easily, and you need to consider, consider your friends, like the foo, the food your friends like to eat.

E: Now let’s move on to talk about sports. Do you like to do sports?
S: Yes, I, I like every kind of sports. And I, and I especially like playing the badminton.

E: Do you watch sports matches?
S: No, absolutely not, because I, I’m not a, I’m not an aggressive peo, person and I, I play sports just by funny.

E: Do you think there are too many sports games on TV?
S: I think not very much… just not very much.

E: What sports did you do when you were a child?
S: I play basketball… I played basketball because… because my… I grow… I grow up with my, my brother, my little brother and, and I want to play with him. And h, he likes playing basketball very well.

Pronunciation guide: 
- /ɫ/: also known as the dark ‘l’, which is ‘l’ pronounced in syllable-final position


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