IELTS Speaking Test 10 – Describe an important conversation


-What is your full name?
-Can I see your ID?
-Where are you from?
-Do you work or study?
-What do you do?
-Do you like your job?
-Is it related to your future career? Why?
-Tell me about a typical family in your country.
-How many hours do you sleep in a day?
-Do you perform better when you sleep for an hour during the day?
-Are you good at timekeeping?
-How do you manage your time?
-How did you learn to manage your time?

Cue Card

Describe a situation (or time) when you received some useful advice.

Describe an important conversation that you had with someone.

Describe a situation (or time) when you received some useful advice

You should say:
what the situation was
who gave you the advice
what the advice was
and explain how this advice was useful to you.

Describe an important conversation that you had with someone.

You should say:
when you had this conversation
who you had the conversation with
what the conversation was about
and explain how this conversation influenced you.

It was 5 years ago when I was in my junior year of college,I was struggling to find out what career would I follow in the future.As juniors, we had to choose courses related to our business concentration such as marketing, finance, human resources or management.At that moment, I was confused since I did not specifically like any of them.

As the deadline closely approached, I had to quickly make my decision. I decided to talk with my father, a wise man, about my problem.Different from many other parents who always make decisions for their children; my father guides me to the answer and lets me choose what I want.

He asked me what I would like my life to be like when I graduated, then analyzed my personality, discussed my strengths and weaknesses.He also showed me some career paths I could follow if I chose certain options.

After an hour of talking to him, everything had become clearer and I finally made my decision to follow a career in finance.Thanks to the conversation that day, I understood more about myself. Five years have passed,I am now a financial analyst for an entertainment company and I have never regretted my decision.


career: your profession, the type of employment you will likely have for a long period of your life or perhaps your entire life;“She was happy to have chosen a career that suited her personality perfectly.”

related to: having to do with, having an association with; in this context the student needs to take courses that are related to business;“She is tired of taking courses related to her major; now she just wants to take classes for fun.”

deadline: a time when something is due, when it has to be done; “I am hoping that we will finish this project by our deadline.”

closely approach: to get closer and closer to a certain point or destination in a short amount of time;when something is closely approaching it means you are very near to that time;“The baby’s due date is closely approaching and we still aren’t prepared.”

guides me: to guide is to help someone by showing them a way or by giving specific information or assistance without actually doing the task for them;“The teacher guides us in how to learn proper study techniques.”

analyzed my personality: to examine, assess or evaluate your personality from different points of view;you can take a personality test like the Meyers-Briggs to help see your patterns and propensities;“My mother is a psychologist and she loves to analyze people’s personalities to see what makes them tick.”

regret: to feel sad, repentant, or disappointed over (something that has happened or been done, especially a loss or missed opportunity).“He regretted not having attended college sooner.”

9 Tháng Mười, 2017

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