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Speaker : 58
Gender : Female
IELTS Speaking Score : 7
IELTS Speaking Session: Part 3


E-examiner S-student
E: Thank you. So, we’ve been talking about an intelligent person and I’d like to discuss with you one or two more questions related to this. Let’s begin with, first of all, smart people. So, are smart people happier than others?
S: I think smart people are just like normal people because when you are thinking of the word ‘smart’, you always have smarter or more clever people. So, I think they are more like every people… every person around me and you can always sight some smart points of them.

E: So, in your opinion, are smart people sometimes quite selfish?
S: Well, I don’t think so, because smart people they can think of something very quick and also they can deal, they have a very high proficiency of problem-solving skills. And they can al, always be s, generates and also gentle, so it’s not real necessary for them to be selfish.

E: OK. Thank you. Why do you think some children are more intelligent than others?
S: Think for kids s… really essential to… for them when they are growing up. And during the… process of growing up, some of them are cultivated to some interest and some of them are cultivated to some habits. And I think that kind of good habits really make them more intellin… more intelligent than other children.

E: Do you think that by being intelligent it’s easier to be successful?
S: I think definitely being more intelligent means being more successful because you can have different perspectives of a certain things and you can think of more solutions to a certain problem. So yes, I think so.

E: So, who plays a bigger role in children’s development, the teacher or the parents?
S: I think the teacher role may be more suitable for me, because being parents meaning that you have a very close relationship with your own child, and I think that is not really my thing. And but children you can have many kids, because your students are always be your kid.

E: OK, thank you very much. That’s the end of the speaking test.


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