IELTS Speaking Part 1 ( Text Messages ) Questions With Answer

IELTS Speaking Part 1 ( Text Messages ) Questions With Answer. These are the IELTS Speaking part 1 Topics and Questions on general topics about your life. Your answers will be from your life and experience.


IELTS Speaking Part 1 ( Text Messages ) Questions With Answer

Question 1:- Do you like texting?

Answer 1:- Yes, I do. That is my favourite part, and I often use texting for multipurpose like writing books, Emails, thus leading to make my lifestyle convenient.

Answer 2:- Yes, I prefer texting a lot because it gives me a lot of time to chat with the other person, and also it improves my typing skills which is useful as a software engineer.

Question 2:- How often do you write texts?

Answer 1:- Well, in my day to day life, I interact with numerous errands related to texting. Apart from that, I often write texts while using emails and other works.

Answer 2:- Texting is a day to day activity because, in my profession, we usually talk with colleagues and clients via Microsoft teams which most of the time involves chatting and texting.

Question 3:- Why do you send texts?

Answer 1:- Well, I often use text in my day to day life to make my lifestyle easier apart from that, it is the easiest way to communicate with anyone else with the help of text; mostly, I use texting for conversations with my friends.

Answer 2:- It is one of the ways of communicating with the other person, and also texting is one way of staying in touch with friends and family in my professional life; I talk to clients via team messaging.

Question 4:- Do you use any apps to write texts?

Answer 1:- Yes, a lot of ways in which I recognise text in the easiest manner. With the help of apps, I improved my vocabulary skills and had an idea to write any sort of topic.

Answer 2:- There are so many apps that we use on a daily basis, is WhatsApp, and Facebook Instagram, for personal uses and for professional use. I prefer Skype teams zoom.

Question 5:- Do you text someone if they don’t answer your phone call?

Answer 1:- Yes, I always give a message when another person doesn’t pick up my call, even I give a text or call back later when you get free, so this kind of short text I mainly do with others whenever they don’t pick up my call.

Answer 2:- Yes, so firstly, I call a person, and if they don’t pick up my call, then I take them because there are situations where people may not be able to call us back, but texting is a short way of mentioning if they are busy or if they are on some other calls as well.

Question 6:- Do you prefer sending or receiving messages?

Answer 1:- Well, I am too comfortable with that sending or receiving messages because the part of texting whenever I need or find answers from others, so definitely I prefer to give a msg first and receive that answer later, so I think it is it is a part of Internet text when you send a message or definitely you will get back later.

Answer 2:- I prefer both sending as well as receiving messages, so if I want to communicate something on an urgent basis, then I would prefer sending a message, and if the other person wants to reply back, then I would also be waiting for the person’s request as well.

Question 7:- Do you always reply to text messages?

Answer 1:- Not instant I think it is a totally depends on my situation, whenever I am free I definitely give a reply of that message sometimes I busy in my work so that message could be late so every time when I see some important message, I definitely give a reply later.

Answer 2:- Most of the time, I reply to the text message, but if something has to be called, which has to be told in a lengthy manner, then I would call the person and talk directly, but most of the time, I prefer texting to call the person.

Question 8:- In what situations is making a call better than writing a text messages?

Answer 1:- There are certain occasions when people like to do a phone call rather than a message whenever people are stuck in a difficult situation and not a provision of the message with incompatible ambience, and even sometimes conversation takes too long so definitely Calling consider as a better option and most of the people getting enrolled with their businesses and work, they always prefer to do a call for instant reply.

Answer 2:- If I have to convey a piece of information that is in a very lengthy manner or something which cannot be understood in a text message, then insert scenarios. I would prefer calling the person directly, and once in a blue moon, it is always better to talk to the person rather than texting.

Question 9:- Is texting better than calling people?

Answer 1:- Yes, definitely texting is a better option rather than a phone call in the term of a positive reply from the other, so always go for texting for betel response, and it’s also useful for people who don’t like conversations on the phone.

Answer 2:- it actually depends upon the situation on how we want to communicate if there are if something which has to be communicated immediately, then we can call the person or if the other person can take time and reply to our message, then we can prefer texting

Question 10:- Have you ever received a confusing text messages?

Answer 1:- Yes, a lot of time, I receive a confusing text message which I find hard to read with the presence of mind; apart from that, I immediately call to next person also know the actual meaning of that in texting, so I often to receive a confusing texts in my day to day life.

Answer 2:- Yes, most of the time, I have received confusing messages expression during office conversations. The clients are mostly from other countries. They send text which is not easily understandable, so in that case, I would request them to have a call and make a call to them.

Question 11:- Do you receive texts with ads?

Answer 1:- Yes In, several times, I also received a text with ads. Sometimes in emails, I receive an advertisement along with the text. Moreover, I think it is a kind of business of the application, so they offer some ads for increasing the sales of products.

Answer 2:- Yes, nowadays, most social media platforms are inculcating ads, and it is also difficult to understand what they want to convey to us. This is actually very annoying to me, and I think that it is also disturbing to others as well.

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