IELTS Speaking Test Part 1 ( Work/Studies ) Questions With Answer

IELTS Speaking Test Part 1 ( Work/Studies ) 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 Test Part 1 ( Work/Studies ) Questions With Answer

Question 1:- Do you work or are you a student?

Answer 1:- I’ve been working as a software engineer in one of the reputed firms, Accenture, for the past 3years.This job is special to me because it is my first job, and I have got the desired location to work.

Answer 2:- I am working as a software professional. I have virtues in this career-long time back, and it’s been more than five years since I started my career. All these years have been an incredible journey, and I have had a good experience throughout my career.

Question 2:- Why did you choose this kind of work/to study this subject?

Answer 1:- I have become a software engineer because of my passion for this field. I was interested in knowing about the working of software applications while doing the main project in my final semester of BTech. Hence I had prepared myself to get a job in the software field.

Answer 2:- In childhood, I always had the interest in becoming a software engineer because, in my locality, most of the people work in an IT company, so that created interest and pursuing this career and achieving this was a piece of cake to me.

Question 3:- Do you like your job?

Answer 1:- Yes, I love my job as it requires me to do creative things every day. For instance, my project requires me to automate repetitive tasks to contribute my time to do innovative things.

Answer 2:- Yes, I love my job because I get to learn different varieties of Technologies and also implement them in my real life as. Well, along with that, I also tend to do a lot of certifications, which eventually help me to switch jobs in the future.

Question 4:- What’s the most interesting part of being a … (… / student)?

Answer 1:- One of the interesting parts of being a professional is being independent. I don’t have to depend on my parents to meet my daily expenses as well as my needs. Moreover, there would be yearly increments and perks, and it would help to motivate employees.

Answer 2:- So many fascinating things of being a software engineer expression during the weekends we get together as a team and organised so many parties outside of working has also and along with that we go for some trips during a long vacation, so in such kind of situation, it’s very good relaxation.

Question 5:- What’s the most difficult part of being a … (… / student)?

Answer 1:- The difficult phase in employee life is meeting the deadlines and working with zero escalations. Otherwise, it would affect the performance of the employees and their promotion.

Answer 2:- The most difficult part of being a software engineer would be I have to extend the house of the work is not completed on time and in such scenarios, I have to wait for the transport to be arranged and it is difficult to wait and then also my food timing starting to get changed.

Question 6:- What do you dislike about your work or studies?

Answer 1:- As the work from home started, everyone had started working remotely, and there was less face to face interaction. We had one to two video conference calls which were not enough. Regular video engagement calls are vital to promoting an active working environment. This is one area of improvement in my project which I dislike.

Answer 2:- I don’t need this like my job because I always have a passion for pursuing this career during my school days, so I like my job. However, there are some situations which we cannot exclude, so there are both pros and cons. Normally any work will have the other side also.

Question 7:- What was your dream job when you were a child?

Answer 1:- Like every child, my ambition was to become a pilot. You know most of the children’s dream would be either to become a doctor, engineer or pilot, and they would definitely divert from that plan when they become mature and realises their field of interest.

Answer 2:- Since my childhood, I have always wanted to become a teacher. Then when I went to my elementary school, I got fascinated with the huge buildings and lots of trips which people took when they joined software companies, so it eventually changed my mind.

Question 8:- Have you changed your mind since then?

Answer 1:- Yes, of course, I changed my mind when I reached secondary school and enrolled in the science stream to widen my knowledge in science.

Answer 2:- Of course, so after my 5th grade, I decided to become an engineer because, during my childhood days, I was taught that being a doctor or teacher is the main profession, but later on, I got to know what I wanted to become in my life.

Question 9:- What kind of work would you like to do in the future?

Answer 1:- I would like to work in the same field as I work in now. But I’m looking for more career prospects; hence I would like to pursue a course in a related field in Canada for my higher education.

Answer 2:- In future, I want to become a manager, and I also want to lead a team that helps to improve my communication skills my leadership skills. I am looking forward to reaching that goal in the near future.

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