Grammatical Range & Accuracy

Speaker : 25
Gender : Female
IELTS Speaking Score : 5.5
IELTS Speaking Session: Part 3
  E-examiner S-student
E: So, we’ve been talking about a place you would like to relax, and I am going to ask you some questions related to this.
S: OK.

E: Let’s talk about relaxing. So, how do you students relax in your country?
S: Maybe playing computer games would be a best choice… wo, would be a good choice for, for teenagers to relax in my country. {lip smacking noise} {noise} {laugh} {laugh} But {noise} I, I, I, I think it’s a two-side sword because computer games may make teenagers addicted and it will affect their... affect their academic life.

E: What activities do companies organize to help people relax?
S: A company?

E: Yeah, company.
S: My company…

E: How do companies, how do businesses help their, their staff relax?
S: I, I don’t have any experience in a company. But I guess maybe, maybe some, some, some snackers, some snackers the company provide may makes their staff relax. And if, and if the company could give more money to their staff, their staffs would be happier and more relax.

E: Thank you. Do people have more ways to relaxing now than they did in the past?
S: I believe people have more relaxing modes than, than it was in the past. {noise} Maybe in the past ten years, the people in my country can only, could only relax through watching TV, watching the… OK. But nowadays, people could, {laugh} could get more, get more… get access to more relaxing modes through, through the technic, for example, the computer, the Switch.

E: Thank you. Do older and younger people relax in different ways?
S: I believe it is true that there are s, quite a lot difference, differences between the relaxing modes, wi, between, between, between old people and young people. For example, as for my grandma, she always watching TV for relax. And he would like to take care o… she, she would like to take care of d, her, her plants. It would be her relaxing mode. And for young people, maybe {noise} we, we prefer some new modes, for example, through the Internet, playing computer games and so on.

E: Thank you. So, talking about plants, why do you think some people find natural scenery quite relaxing?
S: Maybe, {laugh} firstly, maybe the color green can make, make mequal, make people feel relax. I don’t {laugh}… Actually, I didn’t know, I don’t know the reason. But my grandma could {laugh} {laugh}, could, could, could, could {lip smacking noise} could get relax through this way. And maybe for the en, for the other reason, and, i, i, i, i, i, i w, it would be successful, it would be… to, to, to, to make a plant alive.

E: So, do you think people are more stressed nowadays?
S: Maybe for, for the mid a… mid, mid, mid, {sigh} mid-aged people, they are more likely to feel stressed. They are more likely to, {lip smacking noise} they are more likely to suffer from the anxiety because of the family stress and working stress.

E: OK. Thank you very much. That is the end of the speaking test.

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Grammatical Range & Accuracy

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